Explore Myths about Earth
Thousands of years ago, Geb was worshipped in lower Egypt as the earth god. Geb was depicted ...Read more
Coatlicue, whose name means "Serpent Skirt," was the Earth goddess of life and death in the ...Read more
Gaea, or Mother Earth, was the great goddess of the early Greeks. She represented the Earth ...Read more
Hou Ji was originally a Chinese hero of royal descent. His ancestor was Huang Di. Tang, the ...Read more
Incas of ancient Peru believed that Pachamama personified the Earth. Incas ruled Peru from ...Read more
The Maya believed the Earth was flat with four corners. Each corner represented a cardinal ...Read more
According to the Maori people of New Zealand, Rangi was the Sky Father and his wife was the ...Read more
Midgard is the realm where humans live, the Earth. It was created when the god Odin and his ...Read more
Enlil was the Sumerian god of Earth and air. Sumerians were living more than three thousand ...Read more
Explore myths related to phenomena on Earth like storms, wind, rainbows, and more. ...Read more
Did you know?
Did you know that in Norse mythology, there is a huge rainbow bridge called Bifrost
that connects Midgard
, the realm of humans, to Asgard, the home of the gods?
Did you know that the Yoruba god of the sea, Olokun, lives in a palace under the sea, with human and fish attendants?
Earth and Space Science Concept of the Day
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xRefraction : Refraction is the deflection, or bending, of the ray path of a seismic wave caused by its passage from one material to another having different elastic properties; or the bending of a tsunami wave front owing to variations in the water depth along a
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Scientists who study plants in the Sonoran Desert are worried about global warming. While desert winters have become warmer and drier over the years, climate changes have pushed the arrival of winter rains...Read more