Những Tác Phẩm Tuyệt Vời của Đức Chúa Trời

Kỳ Quan vũ trụ do Đức Chúa Trời tạo dựng thì muôn mầu muôn vẻ. Cả thế gian cũng không thể chép hết được. Điều đó chứng tỏ Ngài là tuyệt đối còn loài người chỉ là vật thọ tạo do tay Ngài dựng nên.  Nhân loại thế giới này chỉ như hạt cát so với chính Ngài là đại dương bao la, cao cả. Nước Trời sẽ tiếp tục sưu tầm các hình ảnh để gởi đến Quý độc giả trong và ngoài nước thấy sự khôn ngoan và quyền năng tốI thượng của Ngài ngõ hầu chúng ta cùng ca ngợi, cảm tạ và thờ phượng Ngài, Đấng dựng nên vũ trụ và mọi sinh vật trong đó, thay vì thờ xương người chết (xá lợi) hay cục đất sét, gỗ, đá, kim loại… đúc hay nắn nên ông này bà kia

 
1. Dirty thunderstorms, aka volcanic lightning, occur when lightning is produced in a volcanic plume.
Dirty                                                            thunderstorms                                                            , aka volcanic                                                            lightning,                                                            occur when                                                            lightning is                                                            produced in a                                                            volcanic                                                            plume.
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They look like the entrance to Hell!

They look                                                            like the                                                            entrance to                                                            Hell!
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2. Oh wait, here’s The Door to Hell, a gas fire in Turkmenistan accidentally ignited by scientists in 1971 and still burning. Oops.

Oh wait,                                                            here's The                                                            Door to Hell ,                                                            a gas fire in                                                            Turkmenistan                                                            accidentally                                                            ignited by                                                            scientists in                                                            1971 and still                                                            burning.                                                            Oops.
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3. Flammable ice bubbles: frozen bubbles of methane, trapped beneath Alberta’s Lake Abraham.

Flammable                                                            ice bubbles :                                                            frozen bubbles                                                            of methane,                                                            trapped                                                            beneath                                                            Alberta's Lake                                                            Abraham.
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4. The Catumbo Lightning, which occurs during 140 to 160 nights a year, 10 hours per night and up to 280 times per hour.

The                                                            Catumbo                                                            Lightning ,                                                            which occurs                                                            during 140 to                                                            160 nights a                                                            year, 10 hours                                                            per night and                                                            up to 280                                                            times per                                                            hour.
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5. Christmas Island’s Red Crabs: Each year an estimated 43 million land crabs migrate to lay their eggs in the ocean.

Christmas                                                            Island's Red                                                            Crabs : Each                                                            year an                                                            estimated 43                                                            million land                                                            crabs migrate                                                            to lay their                                                            eggs in the                                                            ocean.
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Authorities close most of the island’s roads during the migration, which normally takes at least a week.

 

6. Monarch butterflies: The eastern North American population is notable for its southward late summer/autumn migration from the USA and Canada to Mexico, covering thousands of kilometers.

Monarch                                                            butterflies:                                                            The eastern                                                            North American                                                            population is                                                            notable for                                                            its southward                                                            late                                                            summer/autumn                                                            migration from                                                            the USA and                                                            Canada to                                                            Mexico,                                                            covering                                                            thousands of                                                            kilometers.
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No individual makes the entire round trip. Female monarchs lay eggs for the next generationduring these migrations.

No                                                            individual                                                            makes the                                                            entire round                                                            trip. Female                                                            monarchs lay                                                            eggs for the                                                            next                                                            generation                                                            during these                                                            migrations.

7. Surreal spiderwebs: Fleeing torrential floodwaters near Wagga Wagga, Australia, thousands of spiders cover fields with cobwebs.

Reuters / Daniel Munoz
Reuters / Daniel Munoz
 

8. Namibia’s mysterious Fairy Circles: Studies suggest that a sand termite is responsible for their creation.

Namibia's                                                            mysterious                                                            Fairy Circles                                                            : Studies                                                            suggest that a                                                            sand termite                                                            is responsible                                                            for their                                                            creation.
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9. Underwater crop circles in the ocean off Japan: created by a male pufferfish in order to woo females.

Underwater                                                            crop circles                                                            in the ocean                                                            off Japan:                                                            created by a                                                            male                                                            pufferfish in                                                            order to woo                                                            females.
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10. Spherical boulders in New Zealand: exhumed from the mudstone enclosing them by coastal erosion.

Spherical                                                            boulders in                                                            New Zealand:                                                            exhumed from                                                            the mudstone                                                            enclosing them                                                            by coastal                                                            erosion.
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11. The Great Blue Hole: a large submarine sinkhole off the coast of Belize, over 300m across and 124m deep.

The Great                                                            Blue Hole : a                                                            large                                                            submarine                                                            sinkhole off                                                            the coast of                                                            Belize, over                                                            300m across                                                            and 124m                                                            deep.

12. The Black Sun: Huge flocks of up to 50,000 starlings form in areas of the UK just before sundown during mid-winter. They are known as murmurations.

The Black                                                            Sun : Huge                                                            flocks of up                                                            to 50,000                                                            starlings form                                                            in areas of                                                            the UK just                                                            before sundown                                                            during                                                            mid-winter.                                                            They are known                                                            as                                                            murmurations                                                            .
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13. The Sardine Run: occurs from May through July when billions of sardines move north along the east coast of South Africa. Their sheer numbers create a feeding frenzy along the coastline.

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14. The Giant’s Causeway, Northern Ireland: an area of about 40,000 interlocking basalt columns, the result of an ancient volcanic eruption.

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15. Sailing stones in Death Valley, USA: a geological phenomenon where rocks move and inscribe long tracks along a smooth valley floor without human or animal intervention.

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16. Tidal bores on the Amazon in Brazil and the Severn in England: a tidal phenomenon in which the leading edge of the incoming tide forms a wave of water that travels up a river against the flow.

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17. The Flowering Desert: occurs in the Atacama Desert, Chile, in years when rainfall is unusually high. Normally the region receives less than 12mm of rain annually.

The                                                            Flowering                                                            Desert :                                                            occurs in the                                                            Atacama                                                            Desert, Chile,                                                            in years when                                                            rainfall is                                                            unusually                                                            high. Normally                                                            the region                                                            receives less                                                            than 12mm of                                                            rain                                                            annually.
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18. Circumhorizontal arcs, misleadingly known as fire rainbows: an optical phenomenon featuring an ice halo formed by plate-shaped ice crystals in high level cirrus clouds.

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19. Lenticular clouds over Mount Olympus: stationary lens-shaped clouds that form in the troposphere. Because of their shape, they have been offered as an explanation for some UFO sightings.

Lenticular                                                            clouds over                                                            Mount Olympus:                                                            stationary                                                            lens-shaped                                                            clouds that                                                            form in the                                                            troposphere.                                                            Because of                                                            their shape,                                                            they have been                                                            offered as an                                                            explanation                                                            for some UFO                                                            sightings.

20. Mammatus clouds, aka “mammary clouds” or “breast clouds”: a meteorological term applied to a rare pattern of pouches hanging underneath the base of a cloud.

Mammatus                                                            clouds , aka
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21. Polar stratospheric clouds: also known as nacreous clouds (from nacre, or mother of pearl, due to their iridescence).

Polar                                                            stratospheric                                                            clouds : also                                                            known as                                                            nacreous                                                            clouds (from                                                            nacre, or                                                            mother of                                                            pearl, due to                                                            their                                                            iridescence).

22. Undulatus asperatus aka “roughened or agitated waves”: This cloud formation has been proposed as a separate cloud classification by the founder of the Cloud Appreciation Societyand would be the first new type of cloud recognised since 1951.

Undulatus                                                            asperatus aka
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23. Tanzania’s Lake Natron: a salt lake fed by mineral-rich hot springs that is the only regular breeding area in East Africa for the 2.5 million lesser flamingoes.

Tanzania's                                                            Lake Natron :                                                            a salt lake                                                            fed by                                                            mineral-rich                                                            hot springs                                                            that is the                                                            only regular                                                            breeding area                                                            in East Africa                                                            for the 2.5                                                            million lesser                                                            flamingoes.

The flamingo population has been adversely affected in recent years by suspected heavy metal poisoning, and the lake is currently under threat by a proposed soda ash plant by Tata Chemicals.

The                                                            flamingo                                                            population has                                                            been adversely                                                            affected in                                                            recent years                                                            by suspected                                                            heavy metal                                                            poisoning, and                                                            the lake is                                                            currently                                                            under threat                                                            by a proposed                                                            soda ash plant                                                            by Tata                                                            Chemicals.
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24. Canada’s saline endorheic alkali Spotted Lake: contains some of the highest quantities of magnesium sulfate, calcium and sodium sulphates in the world.

Canada's                                                            saline                                                            endorheic                                                            alkali Spotted                                                            Lake :                                                            contains some                                                            of the highest                                                            quantities of                                                            magnesium                                                            sulfate,                                                            calcium and                                                            sodium                                                            sulphates in                                                            the world.
Bridges to Cross ...
  
If you wish to experience the breathtaking panoramas of the mountainous Ai-Petri region on the
southeastern coast of Crimea , you must first brave the wooden bridges that tower over vast ravines.
 
Stomach-jolting: You have to have nerves of                                                          steel to risk                                                          death or                                                          serious injury                                                          when you take                                                          on one of the                                                          world's most                                                          dangerous                                                          trails - Mount                                                          Hua in China.                                                          It features                                                          stomach-churning                                                          drops,                                                          vertical
 
Stomach-jolting: You have to have nerves of steel to risk death or serious injury when
you take on one of the world's most dangerous trails — Mount Hua in China . 
It features stomach-churning drops, vertical ascents, steep staircases and
narrow walkways . . . with only a small chain to cling onto.
 
 
 
One way of getting across the Hunza River in                                                          the Karakoram                                                          Mountains of                                                          Pakistan is by                                                          the rickety                                                          Hussaini                                                          bridge, which                                                          consists of                                                          various pieces                                                          of wood                                                          strapped                                                          horizontally
 
One way of getting across the Hunza River in the Karakoram Mountains of Pakistan is by the
rickety Hussaini bridge, which consists of various pieces of wood strapped horizontally.
 
 
 
A long way to go: Trift Bridge in Switzerland                                                          is the longest                                                          pedestrian-only                                                          suspension                                                          bridge in the                                                          Alps at 557                                                          feet in length
 
A long way to go: at 557 feet in length the Trift Bridge in Switzerland is the longest
pedestrian-only suspension bridge in the Alps .
 
 
 
The Titlis Cliff Walk in Switzerland hangs                                                          9842 ft above                                                          sea level and                                                          offers                                                          mountainous                                                          views - and                                                          sweaty palms -                                                          for those                                                          willing to                                                          travel across                                                          it
 
While the Titlis Cliff Walk in Switzerland hangs 9842 feet above sea level
and offers mountainous views — and sweaty palms — for those willing to travel across it.
 
 
 
One of travellers biggest fears was realised                                                          last week when                                                          a tourist                                                          dropped a mug                                                          on a glass                                                          walkway on the                                                          Yuntai                                                          Mountain,                                                          Henan Province                                                          causing the                                                          floor to                                                          shatter. The                                                          attraction                                                          opened in The walkway when it                                                          first opened                                                          at the end of                                                          the monthA glass-bottom walkway                                                          installed on                                                          the side of a                                                          cliff has                                                          cracked under                                                          the pressure                                                          of huge                                                          throngs during                                                          the week-long                                                          National Day                                                          holidays
 
Many travelers' biggest fears were realized when a tourist dropped a mug on a glass walkway
on the Yuntai Mountain in Henan Province , causing the floor to shatter. 
The attraction opened in September and has now been closed for repairs.
 
 
 
Completed in 2004, the Langkawi Sky Bridge is                                                          built on top                                                          of the                                                          Machinchang                                                          mountain in                                                          Malaysia and                                                          hangs at about                                                          328 ft above                                                          the ground.                                                          The walkway                                                          can                                                          accommodate up                                                          to 250 people                                                          at the same
 
Completed in 2004, the Langkawi Sky Bridge is built on top of the Machinchang mountain in Malaysia
and hangs at about 328 feet above the ground. 
The walkway can accommodate up to 250 people at the same time and
swings out over the landscape to give visitors a unique look at the landscape.
 
 
 
There are three vine bridges in Shikoku, the                                                          smallest of                                                          Japan s four                                                          main islands,                                                          which are                                                          constructed                                                          using slats of                                                          wood placed                                                          between 7 and                                                          12 inches                                                          apart, secured                                                          in place with                                                          two single                                                          vines - not
 
 
There are three vine bridges in Shikoku — the smallest of Japan 's four main islands —
which are constructed using slats of wood placed between 7 and 12 inches apart, and secured
in place with two single vines.   Definitely not recommended for those who prefer solid ground.
 
 
 
Suspended above the massive and foreboding                                                          ravines in                                                          Daedunsan                                                          Provincial                                                          Park in South                                                          Korea, the                                                          visitor                                                          bridges and                                                          ladder-like                                                          walkways make                                                          for an                                                          adreneline-filled                                                          experience
 
Suspended above the massive and foreboding ravines in Daedunsan Provincial Park in South Korea ,
the bridges and ladder-like walkways make for an adrenaline-filled experience for visitors.
 
 
 
While it may look like one of the more secure                                                          bridges in the                                                          collection,                                                          the Millau                                                          Viaduct in                                                          France is so                                                          high it is                                                          often above                                                          the clouds. In                                                          fact at its                                                          highest point,                                                          the bridge is                                                          taller than
 
 
While it may look like one of the more secure bridges in the collection,
the Millau Viaduct in France is so high it is often above the clouds.  
In fact, at its highest point, the bridge is taller than the Eiffel Tower !
 
 
 
Hold on tight: Visitors can journey through                                                          the jagged                                                          needle-like                                                          pinnacles of                                                          Tsingy de                                                          Bemaraha                                                          National Park                                                          via wooden                                                          bridges with                                                          little support                                                          each side
 
Hold on tight:  Visitors can journey through the jagged needle-like pinnacles of the
Tsingy de Bemaraha National Park via wooden bridges with little support on each side.
 
 
 
You won't want to stumble while walking across                                                          the Devil's                                                          Bridge in Red                                                          Rock-Secret                                                          Mountain                                                          Wilderness                                                          Area outside                                                          Sedona,                                                          Arizona, which                                                          has sheer                                                          drops either                                                          side of its                                                          arched
 
You won't want to stumble while walking across the Devil's Bridge in Red Rock-Secret Mountain
Wilderness Area outside Sedona , Arizona .  It has sheer drops either side of its arched structure.
 
 
 
If you want to experience the rocky St.                                                          Gervasio                                                          gorges in                                                          Piedmont,                                                          Italy, one way                                                          is to go                                                          through it -                                                          via the tiny                                                          Tibetan                                                          bridge
 
If you want to experience the rocky St. Gervasio gorges in Piedmont , Italy ,
one way is to go through it — via the tiny Tibetan bridge.
 
 
 
Don't look down: The Royal Gorge Suspension                                                          bridge in                                                          Colorado is                                                          America s                                                          highest                                                          suspension                                                          bridge at                                                          1,053 feet                                                          above ground
 
Don't look down:  At 1,053 feet above ground, the Royal Gorge Suspension bridge in Colorado
is America 's highest suspension bridge.
 
 
 
Spanning nearly a miles across the Taungthaman                                                          Lake in                                                          Myanmar, the                                                          U-Bein Bridge                                                          is a rickety                                                          platform made                                                          of teakwood.                                                          The bridge is                                                          held together                                                          on both sides                                                          with 1,086                                                          pillars that                                                          come up out of
 
Spanning nearly a mile across the Taungthaman Lake in Myanmar , the U-Bein Bridge
is a rickety platform made of teakwood. 
The bridge is held together on both sides with 1,086 pillars that come up out of the water,
and it looks like it could do with some extra support in many places.
 
 
 
If you are heavy footed, you may wish to find                                                          an alternative                                                          way across the                                                          rivers in                                                          Vietnam.                                                          Monkey bridges                                                          include one                                                          giant log for                                                          your feet, and                                                          another                                                          smaller one                                                          for your                                                          hands 
 
If you are heavy footed, you may wish to find an alternative way across the rivers in Vietnam . 
"Monkey Bridges" are made up of one large log for your feet, and another smaller one for your hands.
 
 
 
Originally the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge in                                                          Northern                                                          Ireland only                                                          had one                                                          handrail.                                                          Thankfully                                                          today there                                                          are more                                                          robust safety                                                          features in                                                          place, but it                                                          is still a                                                          scary                                                          experience for
 
Originally the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge in Northern Ireland only had one handrail. 
Thankfully today there are more robust safety features in place,
but it is still a scary experience for those who gaze down on the rocks below.
 
 
 
The Qeswachaka Bridge in Peru is an Inca rope                                                          bridge placed                                                          over canyons,                                                          gorges and                                                          rivers and is                                                          a handwoven                                                          bridge made                                                          out of a local                                                          grass called                                                          Qoya. Every                                                          year local                                                          villagers make                                                          the bridge,
 
The Qeswachaka Bridge in Peru is an Inca rope bridge placed over canyons, gorges and rivers
and is a handwoven bridge made out of a local grass called Qoya. 
Every year local villagers re-make the bridge — before it deteriorates through wear and use.
This viewing platform at the Aiguille Du Midi                                                          mountain in                                                          Chamonix-Mont-Blanc                                                          more than                                                          earns its                                                          place on the                                                          list with its                                                          terrifying                                                          9,200ft drop
 
 
This viewing platform at the Aiguille Du Midi mountain in Chamonix-Mont-Blanc
more than earns its place on the list with its terrifying 9,200 foot drop.