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There is One who dwells (inspired writings around the year 732 BCE) above the circle of the earth, And its inhabitants are like grasshoppers. He is stretching out the heavens like a fine gauze, And he spreads them out like a tent to dwell in. (Isaiah 40:22)

There is One who dwells (inspired writings around the year 732 BCE) above the circle of the earth, And its inhabitants are like grasshoppers. He is stretching out the heavens like a fine gauze, And he spreads them out like a tent to dwell in. (Isaiah 40:22)

A natureza é fascinante, ela nos mostra coisas que são praticamente inexplicáveis. Seus fenômenos são hipnotizantes e nos fazem perceber que não somos nada perto dela. Separamos 30 gifs que mostram…

30 gifs que mostram que quem criou a natureza arrasou

A natureza é fascinante, ela nos mostra coisas que são praticamente inexplicáveis. Seus fenômenos são hipnotizantes e nos fazem perceber que não somos nada perto dela. Separamos 30 gifs que mostram…

Teton mountains - Been There!  Who needs to go abroad when the US has so many beautiful places to visit!

Teton mountains - Been There! Who needs to go abroad when the US has so many beautiful places to visit!

This Pin was discovered by Reba James. Discover (and save!) your own Pins on Pinterest. | See more about clouds, sky and god.

This Pin was discovered by Reba James. Discover (and save!) your own Pins on Pinterest. | See more about clouds, sky and god.

Kawah Ijen's "Blue Lava" isn't the lava itself, but is due to the combustion of sulfuric gases in contact with air at temperatures above 360°C. There's so much sulfur, that at times it flows down the rock face as it burns, making it seem as though blue lava is spilling down the mountainside. But because only the flames are blue, rather than the lava itself, the effect is only visible at night—during daytime, the volcano looks like any other. And it was sooooo beautiful

Why Does This Indonesian Volcano Burn Bright Blue?

Kawah Ijen's "Blue Lava" isn't the lava itself, but is due to the combustion of sulfuric gases in contact with air at temperatures above 360°C. There's so much sulfur, that at times it flows down the rock face as it burns, making it seem as though blue lava is spilling down the mountainside. But because only the flames are blue, rather than the lava itself, the effect is only visible at night—during daytime, the volcano looks like any other. And it was sooooo beautiful

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