Beautiful Bing

What a wonderful world we wade in! :-)

If this sentiment seems missplaced in today’s world then maybe that’s a symptom of our Monoptic Media. Have a look at this beautiful view of our world:

It comes from , a rival to Google.  Smaller, not as good … yet, but daily has a fantastic reminder of the big picture in life. Here are some more views of the amazing planet we live on, to maybe reinspire and reclaim that passion and pleasure for life that should never be placed in doubt.



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4 Responses to Beautiful Bing

  1. Thank you, thank you for the pictures of the beautiful, peaceful world we occupy!

    How far removed is this peaceful world from the scary pictures presented by those who seek to control us by fear-mongering.

    The best available space-age measurements over the past 50 years (1960-2010) suggest that every atom in our world today was once an angry, resentful neutron at the core of the Sun!

    Repulsive forces between neutrons caused the Sun to explode 5 Gyr (5 x 10^9 years) ago and eject debris that evolved into the material shown in Bing’s pictures above.

    This video clip on Cassiopeia A and the birth of the Solar System:

    Explains the mystery that plagued space sciences since 1975: Why was all Helium tagged with “strange” Xenon at the birth of the solar system?

    With kind regards,
    Oliver K. Manuel

  2. I could not agree more, the world is beautiful

  3. Harry Costas says:

    We live in a perfect world
    Smile and live another day

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