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Some evolutionists suggest humans evolved from apes which spent most of their time by the water, and describe our distant ancestors as ‘semi-aquatic’. There are several characteristics which some experts believe highlight our aquatic history. For starters, we are the only animals to permanently walk upright. This is apparently down to the fact that we
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Situated in the middle the Gobi desert, the series of strange structures have baffled internet users. The focal point is a strange “Stonehenge-like” circle purported to contain three aircrafts, which the narrator cannot identify. The aircrafts are all pointing outwards, and as the Youtuber, ThirdPhaseOfMoon, looks at the time lapse on Google Earth, you can
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The headlines of record-crushing heat in the Northern Hemisphere began in June and haven’t stopped midway through August. Scores of locations on every continent north of the equator have witnessed their hottest weather in recorded history.   The swelter has intensified raging wildfires in western North America, Scandinavia and Siberia, while leading to heat-related deaths in
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Post-Tropical Cyclone “Ernesto” threatens Ireland and UK with strong winds and heavy rain  Subtropical Depression “Ernesto” formed over the Central Atlantic Ocean on August 15 and strengthened into a tropical storm by 21:00 UTC on August 16. Ernesto’s current NHC track takes it toward Ireland and the United Kingdom on August 18. The main threat will
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A “ragged” hole in the Sun’s scorching atmosphere has turned towards Earth in the latest NASA Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) scans. Astronomy website SpaceWeather warned the coronal hole is ejecting a stream of highly energised particles towards the planet. The website’s astronomers expect the solar winds to arrive between Monday, August 20, and Tuesday, August
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Astronomers were just looking through photographs received from NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter on Monday, when they noticed something slightly out of place. There, on the surface of the enigmatic Red Planet, in one of the few regions not obscured by a dust storm, was none other than the wide-eyed Beaker – the shy and ill-fated
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Earthquake swarm in southern Italy  A seismic swarm is taking place in southern Italy on August 16. EMSC registered 15 earthquakes between 05:11 and 20:22 UTC, with 5.0 at 18:19 UTC the strongest one. A noticeable uptick is being registered since 18:19 UTC. Colorado Springs hailstorm caused second highest damage total on record, Colorado The August 6th
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The Doubs river flows normally in Franche-Comté, France. But since about a week or so, the river has totally dried up over a length of more than 1 km, between Pontarlier and Morteau, although precipitation has been abundant this winter and spring. The river has disappeared, and with it, the fauna and flora. Everything is
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Hurricane Hector passed well south of the Big Island of Hawaii on Wednesday as a major hurricane, one classified as Category 3 or higher on the Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Wind Scale. Hector generated high surf and breezy conditions on the Big Island, with no more than a few outer rain showers scraping portions of that island.
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During the first half of August 2018, reports of noctilucent clouds to Spaceweather.com have tripled compared to the same period in 2017 and researchers at the University of Colorado may have figured out why. “There has been an unexpected surge of water vapor in the mesosphere,” Lynn Harvey of Colorado’s Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics (LASP) said.
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The death toll from Kerala’s worst floods in nearly 100 years has jumped to 106 on August 16, 2018. There are now 1 331 camps opened across the state, providing temporary shelter for 147 000 people. Kerala’s Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan said August 15 the state is enduring “unprecedented flood havoc” as the worst floods in nearly a century
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YELLOWSTONE volcano is the subject of much speculation over whether there will be a major eruption in the future – but now National Park’s authorities have a more pressing issue to worry about as experts warned of toxic gases venting from the supervolcano. The carcass of a large silver-tipped grizzly bear, which succumbed to poisonous
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New activity/unrest was reported for 5 volcanoes between August 8 and 14, 2018. During the same period, ongoing activity was reported for 15 volcanoes. New activity/unrest: Etna, Sicily (Italy) | Great Sitkin, Andreanof Islands (USA) | Nevados de Chillan, Chile | Rincon de la Vieja, Costa Rica | Sangay, Ecuador. Ongoing activity: Agung, Bali (Indonesia) | Aira,