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A cutoff low in the central Mediterranean pushed huge amounts of Saharan dust from Libya toward the eastern Mediterranean on March 22, 2018, heavily impacting the region, especially the island of Crete. A thick layer of Saharan sand reached Crete around 16:00 local time, dropping the visibility at Heraklion airport to 600 m (2 000
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University of Newcastle’s (UON) fresh research found further evidence to support the notion that severe flooding events occur cyclically, challenging the widely approved assumption that floods occur randomly. The study is now raising questions about the reliability of Australia’s flood infrastructure and management strategies. Published March 19, 2018 in the Australasian Journal of Water Resources by
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In the past three weeks three harsh nor’easter storms have battered the northeastern U.S., bringing the total to five for the winter. A sixth may be forming this week, which is highly unusual. Four of the five storms were bombogenesis, a legitimate technical term that means the atmospheric pressure within the nascent storms dropped rapidly
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Dr Steven Greer, a former emergency doctor who has become one of the world’s leading so-called “alien disclosure” campaigners featured it in a number of documantaries as a possible history-changing find that had many anomalies meaning that it may not be human, including ten, instead of 12 ribs, a large cone-shaped head. But scientists he
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Kawah Ijen in Indonesia released toxic gases on March 21, 2018 from 19:00 to 21:00 (local time) injuring 30. Kenya’s Rift Valley is moving again with the formation of new cracks in the Earth on March 19, 2018. The Ambae volcano in Vanuatu poses problems as ashfall has destroyed crops and polluted water and grass
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A powerful Pacific storm dropped record-breaking rain on parts of California on Wednesday, March 21, 2018. This was a direct hit by an atmospheric river system and forecasters warn the heaviest rain is expected on Thursday, urging residents to stay vigilant. Although the storm proved to be less powerful than initially predicted, daily rainfall records have fallen
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For the first time, researchers have used diamond to build a solid-state maser that can operate continuously at room temperature. This could burst open the technology for everyday use such as medical imaging and security scanners at airports.   Masers are like the microwave version of lasers. It stands for “microwave amplification by stimulated emission
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The Bitcoin world is coming to grips with a shocking revelation that could potentially threaten the very existence of the world’s foremost cryptocurrency. An analysis of the Bitcoin blockchain – the publicly accessible ledger of transactions upon which the system is built – has revealed this vast trove of data is irrevocably tainted with unremovable
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Latvian artist Arthur Berzinsh streamed the act on Facebook live to thousands of viewers and received a number of complaints. Some people reacted with fury on the artist’s Youtube channel. One said: “What a load of fatuous b****cks. Performance art…really!” Another said: “Makes no sense.” But some people reacted positively to the piece with people
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Photographic evidence of hailstones 10 – 12.7 cm (4-5 inches) or more in diameter indicate March 18 hailstorm in Texas’ Bastrop County was historic, according to the National Weather Service. Large hail was reported with severe thunderstorms over Caldwell, Bastrop, Fayette, and Lee counties early Sunday evening. Some hailstones in the Smithville area were measured at 12.7