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Strange weather events are the NEW NORMAL. OUR CLIMATE IS warming OR COOLING? Parts of Victoria have woken up to snow on Sunday morning after shivering through a brutal cold snap. Mt Buller recieved 30cm of snow overnight, recorded as the most the resort has seen in more than 14 years. Unprecedented, even for the
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The giant space rock dubbed Comet 21P/Giacobini-Zinner has been becoming increasingly easier to spot at night since around mid-August. Emitting a characteristic green-blueish glow, Comet 21P has brightened by a full magnitude since last week on August 15. Astronomer Odd Trondal in Oslo, Norway, took a 30-second-long exposure of the comet just one minute after
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The astounding discovery was made by international researchers at Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics and Durham University in the UK. The astronomers touted the unprecedented discovery as “hugely exciting” and likened it to finding the remains of the very first human on Earth. The research suggests galaxies Segue-1, Bootes I, Tucana II and Ursa Major I
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The flat and rectangular object was photographed on Mars by NASA’s Curiosity rover on Monday, August 13. NASA’s scientists dubbed the mysterious find the Pettegrove Point Foreign Object Debris (PPFOD), named after the location where it was found. The internet quickly erupted with intense speculation about the object’s origin with theories ranging from spacecraft debris
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The Pacific ‘Ring of Fire’ was struck by a MASSIVE 8.2 earthquake on August 19, 2018 (UTC time), southeast of Fiji and close to Tonga. The deep quake – 347.7 miles (560km) below the earth’s surface – was initially measured at M8.0 and was later upgraded to 8.2. Tens of significant aftershocks followed up, with
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Some evolutionists suggest humans evolved from apes which spent most of their time by the water, and describe our distant ancestors as ‘semi-aquatic’. There are several characteristics which some experts believe highlight our aquatic history. For starters, we are the only animals to permanently walk upright. This is apparently down to the fact that we
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Situated in the middle the Gobi desert, the series of strange structures have baffled internet users. The focal point is a strange “Stonehenge-like” circle purported to contain three aircrafts, which the narrator cannot identify. The aircrafts are all pointing outwards, and as the Youtuber, ThirdPhaseOfMoon, looks at the time lapse on Google Earth, you can
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A “ragged” hole in the Sun’s scorching atmosphere has turned towards Earth in the latest NASA Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) scans. Astronomy website SpaceWeather warned the coronal hole is ejecting a stream of highly energised particles towards the planet. The website’s astronomers expect the solar winds to arrive between Monday, August 20, and Tuesday, August
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The Doubs river flows normally in Franche-Comté, France. But since about a week or so, the river has totally dried up over a length of more than 1 km, between Pontarlier and Morteau, although precipitation has been abundant this winter and spring. The river has disappeared, and with it, the fauna and flora. Everything is
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Hurricane Hector passed well south of the Big Island of Hawaii on Wednesday as a major hurricane, one classified as Category 3 or higher on the Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Wind Scale. Hector generated high surf and breezy conditions on the Big Island, with no more than a few outer rain showers scraping portions of that island.
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YELLOWSTONE volcano is the subject of much speculation over whether there will be a major eruption in the future – but now National Park’s authorities have a more pressing issue to worry about as experts warned of toxic gases venting from the supervolcano. The carcass of a large silver-tipped grizzly bear, which succumbed to poisonous
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ISS Expedition 56 astronauts Oleg Artemyev and Sergey Prokopyev braved the vacuum of space for nearly eight hours on Wednesday, August 15. The two Russian astronauts were tasked with installing new antennas, cables and instruments outside the space lab. Their incredible venture into space was caught on camera by fellow European Space Agency astronaut Alexander