Month: June 2019

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William Langewiesche, a pilot turned writer, believes questions will be left unanswered even if the Malaysia Airlines wreckage is found.The shock disappearance has left theorists baffled as huge searches haven’t uncovered the plane despite debris washing up. But Mr Langewiesche has explained finding the wreckage now would not answer why the plane was downed. Mr
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As most of the rest of Europe suffers record heat… It’s snowing in Finland. The chilly weather is not restricted to Finnish Lapland. Night frosts and temperatures below 0°C were reported in central Finland. Snow in Finland end of June 2019, while the rest of Europe swelters in unprecedented heat wave. Picture via Yle.fi While
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The terrifying Tunguska event, the largest known impact event on Earth in recorded history, was triggered by the explosion in mid-air of a superbolide near the Stony Tunguska River on 30 June, 1908. The cataclysmic explosion of the giant 60 to 190 metres (200 to 620 feet) space rock, occurred at an altitude of 5
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Malaysia Airlines flight 370 was on route to Beijing, China, from Kuala Lumpur Airport, when the plane disappeared over the South China Sea with 227 passengers on board. Radar data showed the jet suddenly changed course and flew back across Malaysia before turning south of Penang and then towards the southern Indian Ocean, leading some to claim
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One-in-ten people around the world report having a near-death experience at some point in their life. Near-death experiences (NDE) have fascinated humans for centuries, yet their origin and prevalence remain a mystery. New scientific study confirms the association of near-death experiences with REM sleep intrusion. Picture via Medical News Today Such near-death experiences are defined
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This terrifying video shows poor cattle being swept away in Zumbro River, southeast Minnesota, after 8 inches of fell rain overnight. The torrential overnight rain led to flash flooding that swept everything on its path Friday morning.  About 40 cattle were swept away from their pasture in southern Minnesota as heavy rainfall caused the Zumbro
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Just 2 days after the large eruption of Ulawun, another large explosive eruption was recorded at Manam volcano in Papua New Guinea on June 28, 2019. Yes another unusual, short-lived, and very intense eruptive episode with lava fountaining, starting around 13:00 local time, with an ash plume that rose to 50,000 ft (15 km) altitude.
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The men were travelling with the stolen passports of Italian Luigi Maraldi and Austrian Christian Kozel. However, they were actually both Iranian men called Pouria Nour Mohammad Mehrdad and Delavar Seyed Mohammadreza. Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 went missing on March 8, 2014, en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing with 239 people on board. According
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A man tried mixing cocaine and pufferfish… And it didn’t end well! Mixing cocaine and pufferfish fugu is bad. Picture by Tadaimajp When a 43-year-old man turned up at a Florida hospital saying he’d had too much “blow” at home, doctors probably thought they were looking at your average mild drug overdose. Yet they were
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For the first time, scientists have clearly linked together two types of gamma-ray phenomena in thunderclouds, suggesting that weak bursts of gamma-ray activity might precede lightning flashes in certain conditions.   The two phenomena in question are weak emissions called gamma-ray glows, which last about a minute, and much shorter and more intense terrestrial gamma-ray
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The intense heat wave blasting Europe with record-breaking temperatures manifested on a recent weather forecast as a screaming heat skull of death looming over France. A forecast map for Thursday, first created June 20, showed France’s scorching temperatures creating a giant, screaming face over the country as the country braced itself for the hottest temperatures
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MH370 left Kuala Lumpur Airport on March 8, 2014, destined for Beijing, China with 239 passengers on board. However, the Boeing 777 jet last communicated with air traffic control at 1:19am, before mysteriously vanishing over the South China Sea. Over the years, many have questioned why none of the passengers on board used their mobile phones to raise concerns,
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NASA is working to uncover the mystery behind an asteroid that may contain a priceless treasure trove of minerals. The space agency is planning to send an unmanned spacecraft to the chunk of metal known as 16 Psyche and which has a mineral value of more than $10,000 quadrillion dollars. Artist’s concept of the asteroid
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Fifty-six previously uncharted lakes below Greenland’s Ice Sheet have been mapped by researchers using aerial imaging tools. That’s the first inventory of subglacial lakes below the Greenland Ice Sheet and brings the total number in the region to 60. More than 50 lakes have been newly discovered buried beneath Greenland ice sheet. Picture NASA/GODDARD/MARIA-JOSÉ VIÑAS