By: Bright Side
If you compare some of the photographs which can be found on NASA’s website, you can really see how human beings have changed the appearance of our world over the years. The time difference between these images ranges from five to 100 years. Incredible stuff.
Pedersen Glacier, Alaska. Summer, 1917 — summer, 2005.
Aral Sea, Central Asia. August, 2000 — August, 2014.
Lake Oroville, California. July 2010 — August 2016.
Carroll Glacier, Alaska. August 1906 — September 2003.
Powell Lake, Arizona, and Utah. March 1999 — May 2014.
Bear Glacier, Alaska. July 1909 — August 2005.
Forests in Rondonia, Brazil. June 1975 — August 2009.
McCarty Glacier, Alaska. July 1909 — August 2004.
The Dasht River, Pakistan, August 1999 — June 2011. The Mirani Dam supplies clean drinking water and power to the surrounding area. The dam also helps support local agriculture.
Matterhorn Mountain in the Alps, on the border between Switzerland and Italy. August 1960 — August 2005.
Mabira Forest, Uganda. November 2001 — January 2006.
Toboggan Glacier, Alaska. June, 1909 — September, 2000.
Great Man-Made River, Libya, April 1987 — April 2010. This is the greatest engineering project in the world: a network of pipes, aqueducts, and wells more than 500 meters deep. The water system provides the desert area with water.
Qori Kalis Glacier, Peru. July 1978 — July 2011.
Mar Chiquita Lake, Argentina. July 1998. — September 2011.
Muir Glacier, Alaska. August 1941 — August 2004.
There’s 16 bible verses on waters drying up… Isaiah 19:5-7
The waters from the sea will dry up, And the river will be parched and dry. The canals will emit a stench, The streams of Egypt will thin out and dry up; The reeds and rushes will rot away. The bulrushes by the Nile, by the edge of the Nile And all the sown fields by the Nile Will become dry, be driven away, and be no more.
Lake Oroville, California, present day: http://imgur.com/s7eIoCN
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Aral see looks also better right now…
“after the emergency spillway was used for the first time in its history!”