The mysterious origins of black diamonds, the natural nuclear reactor in Gabon, the singing sand dunes, and blood rain from intercontinental cloud algae.
Some crescent sand dunes sound like a sad tuba when you walk on them.
Black diamonds are only found in two places in the world, and we don’t know why.
In Gabon, scientists found evidence of a prehistoric naturally occurring nuclear reactor.
Some blood rain comes from desert sands… but some blood rain comes from intercontinental cloud algae.
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