Month: March 2019

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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,
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The ESA-Roscosmos ExoMars Trace Gas Orbiter captured the image on February 8 in Mars’ Terra Sabaea region. Using the spacecraft’s Colour and Stereo Surface Imaging System (CaSSIS), scientists uncovered the blue phenomenon on the Martian surface. The photo was shared on the ESA’s Twitter, where followers questioned if it was “life on Mars?”, but the space
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Contacting “Psychic Twins” Terry and Linda Jamison, Diana wanted to pass on a message to Meghan about becoming a mother. Speaking to DailyStar.co.uk, the “Psychic Twins” claimed Diana wanted to warn Meghan her family could “start instigating trouble” when her baby is born. Diana also wanted to want Meghan “not to be like me” as
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A very bright meteor streaked through the night sky over Krasnoyarsk Territory, Russia on March 15, 2019, and was captured on video. The event lasted 9 seconds before the object disintegrated. The object was recorded near the village of Tura in Evenk Autonomous Territory of northern Krasnoyarsk. According to RIA Novosti, eyewitnesses told journalists it became
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Sydney suburb has been smashed with a month’s worth of rain in just 24 hours. Downpours and flash flooding were seen across the city throughout Sunday. Areas including CBD and airport received over 100mm of rain since midnight. Experts predict a cyclone could form in the north of the country on Monday… Meaning additional rain
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Severe flooding hit Yorkshire, England, U.K. on March 16 and 17, 2019 after parts of the region saw more than half of their monthly rainfall average in just 24 hours. Firefighters worked through the night to save Calderdale and Huddersfield after massively swollen River Calder flooded the region. Capel Curig in Conwy County was one of the worst-hit
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Deadly flood waters in central Nebraska took its vengeance on the Niobrara River and surrounding areas early Thursday morning. Overwhelming ice and water breached the Spencer Dam and Highway 281 bridge just south of Spencer at approximately 5:30 a.m. Meanwhile, cows are stranded on small islands in the middle of the Platte River in flooded
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Our unusually persistent December, January and February Rain Showers have brought the iconic Golden State’s drought-stricken wildfire-ravaged hills, dales and deserts an extraordinary gloriously showy display of Springtime Wild Flowers. California superbloom in 2019. Picture via Facebook There are many super bloom locations around South and Central California: including Borrego Springs, Joshua Tree, Temecula, Lake
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New activity/unrest was reported for 7 volcanoes from March 6 to 12, 2019. Ongoing activity was reported for 14 volcanoes during the same period. New activity/unrest: Barren Island, Andaman Islands (India) | Bezymianny, Central Kamchatka (Russia) | Karymsky, Eastern Kamchatka (Russia) | Mayon, Luzon (Philippines) | Piton de la Fournaise, Reunion Island (France) | San
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Manila has been hit by its worst water shortage in years, leaving bucket-bearing families to wait hours to fill up from tanker trucks and some hospitals to turn away less urgent cases. Residents of Manila, queue to recieve water distributed as the Philippine capital endures a prolonged drought. AFP / Noel CELIS Taps are dry