- 1 Amusing Pictures and Jokes for
Earth Day April 22nd
- 1.1 Earth DayJokes
- 1.2 'Eco Jokes' - A Brand New Genre of Joke
- 1.3 Earth Day Eco Jokes
- 1.4 Humour for Earth Day
- 1.5 Bush Appreciates Global Warming
- 1.6 Self-sufficiency
- 1.7 Amusing Earth Anagrams
- 1.8 An Environmentalist Dies - Earth Day Joke
- 1.9 Top Ten Earth Day Fun Facts and Trivia
- 1.10 More Earth Day Jokes and Funny Pictures
- 1.11 Earth Day Origins
- 1.12 Earth Day Flags
- 1.13 Cynics View of Earth Day
- 1.14 See more about our planet earth:
Amusing Pictures and Jokes for Earth Day April 22ndTreat the Earth well. It was not given to you by your parents, it was loaned to you by your children.Kenyan proverb
- 'Eco Jokes'
- Eco Jokes for Earth Day
- An Environmentalist Dies - Earth Day Joke
- Earth Day Funny Pictures
- When is Earth Day?
- Obviously you can't confess all your sins in one go but must separate bottle, paper and plastic confessions.
- The Reverend Martyn Hind, parish priest, is to offer 'eco-sinners' the chance to confess in what is thought to be the first 'green' confessional booth.
- Why are Eco warriors bad at playing cards? They like to avoid the flush.
- Tom Cruise is about to sign up to a new, high-tech, eco thriller: "Mission Compostable."
- 17 trees are saved by every ton of existing paper that is recycled. That means if we pulped every Harry Potter book we wouldn't be able to see the sky for foliage.
Bush Appreciates Global WarmingAt a press conference, former President George W. Bush announced that he is surprised at how quickly global warming is happening. Then one of his aides pulled him aside and explained that it was just the beginning of spring.
Amusing Earth Anagrams
- Global Warming is an anagram of: 'Ball going warm'
- The causes of global warming is an anagram of: 'Foul gases gleam with carbon'
- Greenhouse effect is an anagram of: 'Huge trees offence'
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Top Ten Earth Day Fun Facts and TriviaDid You Know?
- More than half the earth is at least 3000 metres under the sea - fact.
- 'How inappropriate to call this planet Earth when clearly it is Ocean.' - quote Arthur C. Clarke in 1990.
- Almost half the weight of the earth's crust is accounted for by oxygen - fact.
- The Earth orbits the Sun at a speed of 66,700 mph [107,320 kph].
- The Earth is about 4.5 billion years old.
- The Amazon rainforest produces more than 20% the world's oxygen supply.
- The oceans of the world would rise about 60 meters if Antarctica's ice sheets melted.
- About 27 tons of dust rains down on the earth each day from space.
- Of all known forms of animals life ever to inhabit the Earth, only about 10% still exist today.
- Only 3% water of the earth is fresh, the remaining 97% is salted. Of that 3%; over 2% is frozen in ice sheets and glaciers. Meaning that less than 1% of fresh water is found in lakes, rivers and underground.
- Above we have the famous life magazine image of our planet from space.
- Here to the right we have the Greek letter theta, suitably drawn in green because theta is a symbol of peace.
- We even have an Earth Day flag.