Our Amazing Planet: Land/Sea infographic
SHARE
TAGS
<< Back to listing
Vote up (39) down (39)
Our Amazing Planet: Land/Sea infographic

Our Amazing Planet: Land/Sea infographic

Relative to the planet, our atmosphere and the Earth's crust are very thin. But on a human scale, it's a different story, as this amazing infographic by Karl Tate shows.

You can comment as a guest, but registering gives you added benefits

Add your comment
Submit as guest (your name)

Copy code captcha


Submit as member (username / password)

CANCEL
Guest: (3691 days ago)
Look out for the depth of the Grand Canyon
ReplyVote up (134)down (95)
Original comment
Look out for the depth of the Grand Canyon
Add your reply
Submit as guest (your name)

Copy code captcha


Submit as member (username / password)

CANCEL
Guest: ronald mc ******* donald (3691 days ago)
stupid americunts
ReplyVote up (105)down (88)
Original comment
stupid americunts
Add your reply
Submit as guest (your name)

Copy code captcha


Submit as member (username / password)

CANCEL
Guest: (3691 days ago)
THEY WOULD BE CALLED FSH IF THEY DIDNT HAVE EYES
ReplyVote up (87)down (101)
Original comment
THEY WOULD BE CALLED FSH IF THEY DIDNT HAVE EYES
Add your reply
Submit as guest (your name)

Copy code captcha


Submit as member (username / password)

CANCEL
NaturalBornWaiter NaturalBornWaiter (3691 days ago)
Why do Fangtooth fish have eyes when they live so deep where there is no light - does anyone know?
ReplyVote up (83)down (101)
Original comment
Why do Fangtooth fish have eyes when they live so deep where there is no light - does anyone know?
Add your reply
Submit as guest (your name)

Copy code captcha


Submit as member (username / password)

CANCEL
Guest: god is dead (3690 days ago)
Latest comment: Some fish can make their own light (by bio fluorescence) to catch prey, attract a mate or whatever so the Fangtooth can probably see quite well in the optical wavelengths (I guess it is not its primary sense though) . I found this LINK
ReplyVote up (95)down (107)
Original comment
Latest comment: Some fish can make their own light (by bio fluorescence) to catch prey, attract a mate or whatever so the Fangtooth can probably see quite well in the optical wavelengths (I guess it is not its primary sense though) . I found this LINK
Add your reply
Submit as guest (your name)

Copy code captcha


Submit as member (username / password)

CANCEL
WalterEgo WalterEgo (3691 days ago)
Deepwater Horizon drilling depth is quite impressive
ReplyVote up (105)down (123)
Original comment
Deepwater Horizon drilling depth is quite impressive
Add your reply
Submit as guest (your name)

Copy code captcha


Submit as member (username / password)

CANCEL
RELATED POSTS
Robert Zubrin - Why we should go to Mars
Robert Zubrin - Why we should go to Mars
There are more stars in the universe than...
There are more stars in the universe than...
Astronaut returns to Earth amid COVID-19
Astronaut returns to Earth amid COVID-19
That Mitchell and Webb Look - Moon landing hoax
That Mitchell and Webb Look - Moon landing hoax
Six decades of a warming Earth
Six decades of a warming Earth