China creates a huge desert instead of an artificial lake

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It seems that China has failed pretty bad there! Instead of a nice artificial lake, they have created a huge (four football fields long and ten meters deep) desert. This beautiful...

Environmental Mystery: Why Is Oregon’s Only Salt Water Lake (Lake Abert) Drying Out?

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Oregon’s only saltwater lake is disappearing, and scientists don't know why An environmental mystery is taking place at Lake Abert. Scientists are baffled as they cannot find why the only...

Geological Oddity: 100,000 Years Ago The Sahara Was Awash With Mighty Rivers

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The world's most famous desert wasn't always quite so dry as it is now. 100,000 years ago, the Sahara was awash with rivers that might well have led humanity's...