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Fireball caught on camera

Wait for it…

The Sound of Ice Cracking on Sardine Lake


Lava Poured Onto Ice

To investigate what happens when lava flows onto ice researchers from Syracuse University did just that. Expectedly the result was ‘it does cool stuff’.

Lava Pour No. 5 from robert wysocki on Vimeo.

Bergy Bits and Growlers

Small icebergs rising between one and four metres out of the water are known as ‘bergy bits’.

Smaller than this they are known as ‘Growlers’ as sometimes when air bubbles escape from them they make a noise not unlike an animal growling.

Iceberg Tsunami

eeeeeeeeeeep

The Sky in Billions of years

As we race towards the Andromeda Galaxy our night sky will change over coming millennia. This might have a bit bearing on your horoscope in the next few billion years, if you believe in that bobbins… I know I don’t… but then again I’m a skeptical soul, that’s me… typical Aquarius.

Iceberg flips over

An iceberg is calved by Argentina’s Uppsala glacier.

Mammatus Clouds

Mammatus clouds are so called due to their resemblance to boobage. Just one of the reasons that we at The Proceedings think they’re brilliant.

Photo by Steve – http://flic.kr/p/4npUn

Photo by Daveybot – http://flic.kr/p/x4E3t

The currents of the ocean via NASA

Water in front of a speaker

Pour water in front of a speaker with a 24hz sine wave and it will freeze, blare out a 23hz sound wave and the water will flow upwards… at least it will look like it is doing if your camera is set to the right frame rate.