What on Earth is a show on the Science channel. It was showing results
from a satellite named GOME. Its job is to monitor ozone levels. It
other things as well. Scientists were a bit baffled by a big cloud over
U.S. The cloud covered a large share of the country east of the Rockies.
It turns out the cloud was because of the countries corn crop growing.
The U.S. corn crop puts out 40% more oxygen then the Amazon rainforest.
A bit here:
if anyone is interested.
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On Saturday, May 28, 2016 at 1:57:12 PM UTC-4, Dean Hoffman wrote:
There are 2 issues that I have with "What On Earth":
1 - I hate the flickering, flashing, whatever you want to call it "camera
work". So distracting, so annoying, so not necessary.
2 - Everything is such a mystery, so sinister, so conspiratorial...until it
Sometimes they really stretch to come up with possible explanations
just to fill time. e.g.
"Could it be that these ancient ruins were built by people from the
Terameatabic tribes as an offering to the Gods of agriculture during a
"No, because the Terameatabic tribes lived on the other side of the world
10,000 years before the earliest documented date of the ruins."
So why the h*ll did you even bring it up? Couldn't you have found a tribe
that at least lived on the same hemisphere in the same frigging millennium?
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