Month: December 2018

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People have long wondered how the ancient society managed to achieve their artistic and technical perfection in total darkness in the immense underground corridors through the pyramids. Ancient Egypt is one of the most impressive civilisations ever established by mankind, with vast experience and knowledge that can not be the sequence of a primitive society.
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Sailors have long passed stories on detailing interactions with a beast known as “The Kraken”. The monster is said to inhabit the waters off the coast of Noway and Greenland andsome believe it has even attacked vessels passing through. First-hand accounts describe the animal as a monstrous squid, measuring up to 60ft in length.  Erik Pontoppidan, a Danish-Norweigan historian, revealed in his
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An early morning earthquake in east Tennessee Wednesday was widely felt over the Southeast U.S. The magnitude 4.4 quake struck around 4:14 a.m. EST, centered about 7 miles north-northeast of Decatur, Tennessee, in Meigs County, about 55 miles west-southwest of Knoxville. And right across the river from Watts Bar Nuclear Plant The M4.4 earthquake epicenter is situated
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Ol Doinyo Lengai, located in Tanzania, is the only known actively erupting carbonatite volcano on the planet. Picture via Mountain was here. A volcano in northeastern Tanzania is showing signs it may erupt. The ‘Mountain of God’ is now threatening nearby villages and three major sites of early human development. The Ol Doinyo Lengai volcano in Tanzania
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Did Vandals Destroy Ancient Rock Formations in Utah, or Is It All a Bizarre Hoax? Gif from Youtube video Two mysterious videos recently appeared online that allegedly show protected rock formations in the Utah desert being destroyed with explosives. The videos raise more questions than they answer, but if they’re fake, they’re very well done.
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The Steamboat geyser in Yellowstone experienced its 30th water eruption of the year, breaking the record of 29 set in 1964, the Yellowstone Volcano Observatory reports. Steamboat Geyser, in the Norris Geyser Basin, appears to have entered a phase of more frequent water eruptions, much like it did in the 1960s and early 1980s. “Although
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The US government seriously looked into the possibility that Adolf Hitler escaped his Berlin Bunker on April 30, 1945, declassified documents previously revealed. FBI agents were sent to South America to investigate alleged sightings of Hitler in Argentina. Three months later, at the Potsdam Conference, Soviet leader Joseph Stalin outright told US president Harry Truman that he had escaped Germany. Harry Cooper,
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The British passenger liner famously sank on April 15, 1912, with more than 1,500 passengers on board.  Titanic was on its way from Southampton to New York when it hit an iceberg and descended into the Atlantic Ocean. More than 100 years on, many still dispute whether the owners were to blame.  Conspiracy theorists have often claimed Titanic
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The Rothschild family has gone down in history as one of the richest families in the world. They innovated banking practices and forged close links both with the royal families of Europe and its governments. However, they have attracted criticism for their secrecy and many claim they financed the wars that have savaged Europe over the last 200 years. The firm was
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Bob Lazar gained international infamy back in 1989 when he claimed he was working on reverse engineering alien spacecrafts inside Area 51.  In 1989, with the help of journalist George Knapp, Lazar detailed a story claiming he was stationed at a base known as S-4, south of the USAF’s Homey Airport. He speculated the auxiliary facility in the Nevada desert was home to a
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A drought scorched the Great Plains, causing wildfires and US$2.5 billion in agriculture losses. Catastrophic floods submerged more than a third of Bangladesh. Record-shattering heat waves killed scores of people in Europe and China.   These were among 15 extreme weather events in 2017 that were made more likely by human-cased climate change, according to
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World’s second-largest Ebola outbreak has spread to the city of Butembo (population 1 million), the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). New cases are increasing quickly in Butembo’s eastern suburbs and outlying, isolated districts, sparking fears of its containment. There has been a “significant increase” in infections there over the past three weeks, with a total of 25
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On December 1, 2018, NASA released the first ever audio recording from Mars! NASA records first sound from mars on December 1, 2018. Picture by NASA “Capturing this audio was an unplanned treat,” Bruce Banerdt, of NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, said in a press release. “But one of the things [the InSight mission] is dedicated
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This is another terrifying video of the Paradise tragedy… A big picture overview of the devastation and a better understanding of how this fire destroyed this town. Clearly the saddest plane ride I’ve ever been on! Follow us on Facebook and Twitter or become a Patron on Patreon / donate through Paypal. Please and thank you [Youtube] Source link
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A planetary alignment over the last few days could cause a quake with a magnitude of 9 today, a conspiracy theorist has warned. Earth has become positioned between Venus and Uranus and the gravitational tug from each planet could cause a potentially civilisation ending earthquake. This is according to ‘New-age earthquake forecasting’ website Ditrianum, run
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The island nation of Mauritius has little in the way of natural resources – historically, it’s depended on imported petroleum to generate electricity. But increasingly, according to Phys.org, leadership on the island is preparing for an energy-scarce future.   They’re investing in solar, wind and hydropower, but also leveraging a key crop on the island: