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The Earth from Space (11 pictures)


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A selection of spectacular satellite images, featured in Earth from Space, published by the Guardian and A&C Black, clearly shows man's devastating impact on our planet, from the disappearing Aral Sea to deforestation in Brazil, urban growth in Dallas and light pollution across the globe:

http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/gallery/2007/aug/08/2?picture=330352718[/url:3dbed]

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I just saw these pictures to some friends of mine and they had a head like this icon_surprised.gif They're starting to believe that global warming is for real finally!!! But still many other friends don't care a bit... I have to saw them these photos to finally understand it???

I'm gonna saw them to as many people as i can, it might change their mind after all...

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I just saw these pictures to some friends of mine and they had a head like this They're starting to believe that global warming is for real finally!!! But still many other friends don't care a bit... I have to saw them these photos to finally understand it???

I'm gonna saw them to as many people as i can, it might change their mind after all...

Keep doing it, send them to as many people you can

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