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Well I'm new to the whole blogging thing... but I've wanted to do this for a while and I've finally got round to it!

I'm fascinated by our planet and how us humans affect it, extraordinary landforms that have been created, the weird and wonderful and even more. I hope to bring you articles, quotes, and my own views on all these topics and any others that feel relevant.

I have set up commenting to allow everyone to comment on what I do. Please, if you enjoy it or are interested, just leave a short note saying so and feel free to suggest improvements or possible topics I could research and cover on here, maybe even become a follower of the blog! It'll be appreciated.

Here is a documentary about our planet that really gives a good view as to why I am so interested, and i would like to think that, although it's a bit slow paced, it would inspire many a person to take more of an interest into our planet:

Here is the first quote to have a think about:
"Now, toying with our atmosphere, we break the rhythms of the sea, nudging the climate, ignorant of whether we can adapt to the new niche we are creating. It may be an arrogant gamble"
(Great Waters, an Atlantic Passage by Deborah Cramer - Pg 133)

Hope to have some more posts coming soon, and with that some followers!
Please leave a short comment, thanks.

The GeoMessenger


  1. This is great! We need more blogs like these, to help people see the amazing intricacy of our planet. Keep it up. :)

  2. Thanks :) There would be much fewer problems in the world if people respected our planet through seeing, as you said, the intricacy and wonder of it all :)

    Thanks for commenting!

  3. Hi Morgan, Anstey here. Just checked out your blog. Great work! Seriously, it's great to see your passion for the subject and our world. Sorry it's taken me a year to check it out. You've really set me off on one with the whole urban prairie thing. Many thanks. Hope you like the lesson on it coming soon. Keep up the good work,

    Mr A