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Category 1 tropical cyclone Veronica, northwest of Western Australia. Video current state at 11 am AWST, Wednesday 20 March 2019: The system is likely to continue to intensify in the coming days, with a severe tropical cyclone coastal crossing possible for the Pilbara coast over the weekend. There are currently two active tropical cyclone systems
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Even as a Missouri town was ordered to evacuate Wednesday, officials are already beginning to tally up the damage from the historic flooding that has devastated the Midwest, which could be in the billions when all is said and done. Historic flooding hits midwest in March 2019. Nebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts told reporters the “preliminary
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These pictures are worth a thousand words Destroyed Spencer dam picture. via Facebook post below Hope is everything calming down in Nebraska and Iowa! Prayers for you! Follow us on FACEBOOK and TWITTER. Share your thoughts in our DISCUSSION FORUMS. Donate through Paypal. Please and thank you Source link
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Resignation letter of Nowata County, Oklahoma sheriff Terry Sue Barnett. via Reddit Multiple deputies with the Nowata County Sheriff’s Office have resigned, 2 Works for You has learned. Sheriff Terry Sue Barnett says a judge is asking her to open the Nowata County Jail, but Sue says she isn’t going to open it. Nowata County
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Tropical Cyclone “Veronica” formed north of Kimberly, Western Australia on March 19, 2019. The low rapidly intensified yesterday and BOM expects it to continue intensifying to a severe category with a severe tropical cyclone and coastal crossing possible for the Pilbara coast over the weekend. This will be a slow-moving and intense tropical cyclone with
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Researchers at the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) say they’ve found a way to levitate and propel objects using only light – though, for the time being, the work remains theoretical.   They hope the technique could be used for “trajectory control of ultra-light spacecraft and even laser-propelled light sails for space exploration,” according to
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Tropical Cyclone “Trevor” made landfall near the Lockhart River, Queensland, Australia at 06:55 UTC (16:55 local time) on March 19, 2019, as Category 3 tropical cyclone on Australian tropical cyclone intensity scale. Trevor will exit into the Gulf of Carpentaria near Aurukun and rapidly intensify before its second landfall. Wind gusts in excess of 200 km/h (124 mph)
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Asteroid Bennu is an enormous space rock of particular interest to NASA. As an ancient relic of our solar system’s early days, NASA believes Bennu could be key to unravelling the universe’s origins. But Bennu has now revealed more than anyone had anticipated, with the latest high-definition photos showing evidence of alien technology, a prominent
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Do human beings have a magnetic sense? Biologists know other animals do. They think it helps creatures including bees, turtles and birds navigate through the world. Scientists have tried to investigate whether humans belong on the list of magnetically sensitive organisms. For decades, there’s been a back-and-forth between positive reports and failures to demonstrate the
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An alien hunter believes he found dome-like structures on the moon’s surface when looking through old satellite images from the mid Nineties. The structures, which were spotted on NASA’s Clementine Map, were supposedly made by a species of aliens called ‘Greys’, which are supposedly a race of super-intelligent extraterrestrials which like the dark. This is
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On 13 May 1985, Philadelphia police bombed the Move compound, killing 11 people, including five children, and destroying an entire neighborhood. The countercultural group lived communally and had a history of violent encounters with police. And the city re-elected the mayor that authorized bombing of that house after the incident. The Philadelphia MOVE activist bombing.
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Rapid snowmelt and heavy rain combined to produce massive flooding across Nebraska, Iowa, Kansas, Wisconsin and South Dakota.  Historic to catastrophic flooding inundated homes and businesses and devastated farmlands following a powerful late-season winter storm that swept through the country last week. The massive flooding event was triggered by a rare combination of rapid snowmelt, ice-covered rivers, saturated frozen soil,