Month: March 2019

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The Book of Revelation is the final book of the New Testament. The author of this apocalyptic text names himself as “John”, which many Christians believe to be John the Apostle. However, modern scholars generally take a different view.  Martin Palmer, theologian and Director of the International Consultancy on Religion, shared his own thoughts during BBC Radio
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We’ve been looking for decades for dark matter, yet the mysterious stuff remains undetectable to our instruments. Now, astrophysicists have explored an intriguing possibility: what if it’s not dark matter that’s affecting galactic rotation after all. What if it’s the mass of light instead?   In a 1980 paper, the American astronomer Vera Rubin pretty
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In one five-minute stretch alone, shortly after 8 p.m., the National Weather Service recorded 1,489 pulses of lightning off the coast, 231 over Santa Barbara County and 40 in Los Angeles County. IT’S A LOT. YOU USUALLY DON’T GET THAT! A spectacular display of lightning illuminated the night sky over California Tuesday night, March 5,
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Numerous tornadoes were reported across Alabama, Georgia and Florida on Sunday afternoon amid a severe weather outbreak across the southeastern United States. The most powerful of these storms left behind significant damage. 31 tornadoes have been confirmed with Sunday’s outbreak, including 1 EF-3 & 1 EF-4 31 tornadoes have been confirmed with Sunday’s outbreak, including
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A self-proclaimed earthquake-mystic believes the alignment of planets within our solar system could cause a large quake between March 7 and 9. The earthquake forecaster, Frank Hoogerbeets, who runs ‘New-age earthquake forecasting’ website Ditrianum, said the tremors could be caused by the New Moon – when the moon begins to come out of the Earth’s
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Days before his death, Wallace Broecker urged scientists to consider deploying a last-ditch solar shield to stop global warming. As if they weren’t using geoengineering and spraying the skies already! Wallace Smith Broecker speaks in Rome in 2008. Gregorio Borgia / AP file After struggling with heart disease for decades, the renowned climate scientist Wallace Smith
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Support us AD-FREE Producing content you read on this website takes a lot of time, effort, and hard work. If you value what we do here, please consider subscribing today. SUBSCRIBE TODAY Tropical Cyclone “Haleh” became the sixth Intense Tropical Cyclone of the 2018/19 Southwest Indian Ocean tropical cyclone season at 12:00 UTC on March 4, tying
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For the second straight year, unusually heavy winter rains across Southern California have delivered a spectacular burst of wildflowers in desert areas, and people are flocking by the thousands to take in the rare display. The bloom started the last week of February and now the hillsides are carpeted in velvety orange. California superbloom 2019.
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A M3.4 earthquake hit near Maynardville on Tuesday, March 5, 2019. Originally M3.3, it was upgraded to M3.4 by USGS. More than 1600 people have reported feeling the shallow earthquake (17.1km; 10.6miles). Loud booms, house shaking and small damage reported up to Knoxville. M3.4 earthquake hits eastern Tennessee on March 5, 2019. It happened around
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Some icebergs look white. Others look blue. But perhaps the most precious of all appear emerald green. Ever since the 1900s, sailors and explorers have occasionally seen these strange green icebergs, or jade bergs, floating around in the grey Antarctic landscape.   Their curious colour has been puzzling scientists for decades; now, we might finally
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Researchers are thinking about social collapse and how to prepare for it. How to adapt to the end of the world! A home damaged by Hurricane Maria stands abandoned in Yabucoa, Puerto Rico, on Sept. 17, 2018. PHOTOGRAPHER: XAVIER GARCIA/BLOOMBERG At the end of 2016, before Puerto Rico’s power grid collapsed, wildfires reached the Arctic,
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Support us AD-FREE Producing content you read on this website takes a lot of time, effort, and hard work. If you value what we do here, please consider subscribing today. SUBSCRIBE TODAY Thousands of people were forced to evacuate as 19 wildfires rage through Australia’s southeastern state of Victoria. Series of warnings were issued over the
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Several witnesses reported seeing flying objects which were not planes hovering near Jorge Chávez International Airport on February 27. Two UFOs were witnessed by staff of the Peruvian Corporation of Airports and Commercial Aviation (Corpac) and flights were even delayed, according to ExoNews. The video, while unverified, seems to show two bright objects hovering over
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Support us AD-FREE Producing content you read on this website takes a lot of time, effort, and hard work. If you value what we do here, please consider subscribing today. SUBSCRIBE TODAY Heavy rainfall and snowfall hit several areas of Afghanistan, Pakistan and eastern Iran over the last few days, causing flash floods and landslides in which more than
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Support us AD-FREE Producing content you read on this website takes a lot of time, effort, and hard work. If you value what we do here, please consider subscribing today. SUBSCRIBE TODAY Mexico’s Popocatepetl produced another spectacular explosion over the weekend, just 10 days after authorities reported a new 200 m (656 feet) wide lava dome
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For just the second time since the global epidemic began, a patient appears to have been cured of infection with H.I.V., the virus that causes AIDS. HIV Reportedly Cured In A Second Patient, A Milestone In The AIDS Epidemic. Pictured are H.I.V. virus, in green, attaching to a white blood cell, in orange. CreditNIBSC/Science Source