Earth-The Wonderful World

The neighborhood is the planet and having a better understanding of knowing how she functions,  is just more ways to loving her.  The Discovery Channel Song  “Bom de Ada bom de Ada”  is going to kick this post off with how the Sun, Water,  Ice Water,  Fire,  Air,  and the rotation it’s self,  fuels all life on Earth,  “Bom de Ada bom de Ada”.

Some comments on this video:

Anyone else find the voice of the women who says “I love the lemur eye’s” beautiful?

Xepler 3 months ago

Am I the only one who wishes they still aired this ad?

theg432 1 week ago

Ever once in a while this song just pops in my head for no reason.

JunsnipesS266 1 week ago

The world is just plain awesome! Bom de Ada bom de Ada … 😀

HunterPayne4 3 weeks ago

I like sandwiches

ultracetnic2711 8 months ago

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What A Wonderful World

Originally uploaded by the BBC on Dec 7, 2011 a celebration of Natural History on BBC One with David Attenborough.

Sir David at his very best – To honor the 85-year-old national treasure who just concluded narrating his final series on the BBC, a UK ad agency mashed up footage from his BBC shows with his spoken-word recording of Louis Armstrong’s “What a Wonderful World.”

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Understanding Earth From Space

Venture on an epic quest to discover the invisible forces and occurrences that sustain life on this planet and  for the first time  see these processes in action.   A 10 part series,  I know it’s long but once you start watching this you can’t stop,  you’ll want to see more!

Earth Science include the near-term launches of the Ocean Surface Topography Mission in June 2008 and the Orbiting Carbon Observatory in December 2008, and the initiation of a new funding wedge to accelerate the implementation of the satellite missions called for by the NRC in its first decadal survey for Earth Science (“Earth Science and Applications from Space, National Imperatives for the Next Decade and Beyond”).

The budget request continues full funding for the Glory (launch date early 2011),  NPOESS Preparatory Project (5/2010),  Aquarius (5/2010),  Landsat Data Continuity Mission (7/2011),  and Global Precipitation Missions (2 launches,  6/2013 and 6/2014),  each of which has an associated NASA-funded science team.

All in all in geostationary orbit,  the UCS Satellite Database is a listing of the more than 900 operational satellites currently in orbit around Earth  and NASA has its own fleet.

UCS Satellite Database

From NASA Science Earth:

Earth is a complex, dynamic system we do not yet fully understand.  The Earth system, like the human body, comprises diverse components that interact in complex ways.  We need to understand the Earth’s atmosphere, lithosphere, hydrosphere, cryosphere, and biosphere as a single connected system.  Our planet is changing on all spatial and temporal scales.  The purpose of NASA’s Earth science program is to develop a scientific understanding of Earth’s system and its response to natural or human-induced changes, and to improve prediction of climate, weather, and natural hazards.

Now that some data is in,  we begin to really know home.  Which in turn will help us be a better steward,  so we fit into this Matrix of Earth. 

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Dance to the pulse of Home

That was a great series,  what you just learned none of the teachers’ and professors’ knew of this when I was in school.  The planet orbits around the Milky Way which takes about 26,000 years,  we’re going to go through the Dark Rift and maybe with that we are going to have a better idea of what it is to be human as in humane.  A little help from our friends, Mother Earth, what a ride!

We all have something in common and that is we love something,  so let’s dance.   Bom de Ada bom de Ada … 😀

The dancers in Syria are blurred for their safety.

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Walking On Air

A wonderful world indeed and look at all the happy feet that walks, crawls, slithers, swims and flies, with that I would just like to say,  “to all a good night and sleep tight”.

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This video features a series of time-lapse sequences photographed by the Expedition 30 crew aboard the International Space Station. Set to the song “Walking in the Air,” by Howard Blake, the video takes viewers around the world, through auroras, and over dazzling lightning displays.

Song lyrics:

We’re walking in the air
We’re floating in the moonlit sky
The people far below are sleeping as we fly

I’m holding very tight
I’m riding in the midnight blue
I’m finding I can fly so high above with you

Far across the world
The villages go by like dreams
The rivers and the hills
The forests and the streams

Children gaze open mouth
Taken by surprise
Nobody down below believes their eyes

We’re surfing in the air
We’re swimming in the frozen sky
We’re drifting over icy
Mountain floating by

Suddenly swooping low on an ocean deep
Arousing of a mighty monster from its sleep

We’re walking in the air
We’re floating in the midnight sky
And everyone who sees us greets us as we fly

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