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Our Earth, also known as the World, Terra or Gaia, is the third planet in its distance to the Sun, being the largest one among other terrestrial planets of the Solar System. Nowadays only Earth is considered to be the object in the Solar System known for its ability to accommodate life.

Four complex systems work together on Earth: life, air, water and rocks known also as biosphere, atmosphere, hydrosphere and geosphere. It’s interesting to know that the process of moving energy and matter from one sphere to another is called the sphere interaction. Surely life, water, air and rocks interact and affect each other greatly.

We’re the humans, only one element of the complex biosphere, but we affect all the spheres in a unique way. Our Earth comprises about 6 billion human beings and each person affects all the systems at a definite level every day. May be your interaction is not so tremendous, but when it’s increased to 6 billion, it becomes unbelievable!

This site is created for those people who want to feel themselves the part of the complex system known as Earth and to answer the question how the World is being changed and what the peculiarities of life on it are.

Featured Activities

San Lorenzo de El Escorial
San Lorenzo de El Escorial

San Lorenzo de El Escorial, about 45 kilometers northwest of Madrid, was the summer home of Spain's kings, and in 1563, work was begun here on a huge complex, which would include a monastery, church, royal palace, mausoleum, library, and museum.

Gallarus Oratory
Gallarus Oratory

Gallarus Oratory is Ireland's best preserved early Christian church. The exact year of its construction is not known, but it is believed to be more than a thousand years old

Sky Road
Sky Road

Even though it’s only seven miles long, Clifden’s Sky Road feels like a journey through all of Connemara and time.

Mountaineering in Antarctica
Mountaineering in Antarctica

To take part in the mountaineering activities you'll need to be fairly fit - you should be fairly regular walkers and happy with quite rugged terrain.

Ross Castle
Ross Castle

A vision on the shores of Lough Leane, the 15th-century Ross Castle was built as a medieval fortress for an Irish chieftain named O’Donoghue and was said to be one of the last strongholds to fall to the brutal English Cromwellian in mid 16 century.

Kayaking in Antarctica
Kayaking in Antarctica

Bumping through the ice, gliding across a glassy bay, these are experiences shared when sea kayaking in Antarctica - a very different side to the White Continent.

Northern Lights in Nuuk
Northern Lights in Nuuk

Chase the dancing Northern Lights and explore every corner of Greenland's capital city on this 2-hour nighttime tour in Nuuk.