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MH370 left Kuala Lumpur Airport on March 8, 2014, destined for Beijing, China with 239 passengers on board. However, the jet last communicated with air traffic control at 1.19am, before mysteriously vanishing over the South China Sea. Radar and satellite data shows how the aircraft suddenly changed course and flew back across Malaysia before turning south of Penang
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Flesh Eating Bacteria sounds like an urban legend. Let me assure you that it is not. Man contracts flesh-eating bacteria during beach trip with family, dies 48 hours later. Picture via Facebook A Florida woman has been warning people on Facebook about a flesh-eating bacteria that her father contracted while swimming — which took his
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A brush fire of 1,200 hectares burns out of control through island’s central valley. Thousands of people on Maui have been ordered to evacuate two towns in the path of a spreading wildfire. Hawaii wildfire forces thousands to evacuate Maui towns as it goes out of control. Picture by Matthew Thayer/AP The 1,200 hectare (3,000
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On July 12, 2019, the Alaska Volcano Observatory raised the Aviation Color Code to YELLOW and the Alert Level to ADVISORY at Shishaldin Volcano. This change is based on increased seismic activity over the past few weeks, accompanied by elevated surface temperatures at the summit in satellite data. A pilot also observed incandescence in the summit crater
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The San Andreas Fault in the Southern California desert gets most of the local earthquake press and the starring roles in summer blockbusters. But scientists are getting better at mapping the fault lines beneath Los Angeles that have the potential to inflict as much — if not more — devastation. 5 fault lines run below Los Angeles and could have
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A large nuclear-powered attack submarine of the Soviet Navy during the final years of the Cold War sank in the Norwegian Sea on April 7, 1989 with its nuclear reactor and two nuclear warheads still on board. Now, scientists have measured that it’s seeping radioactive cesium in the icy waters of the Norwegian Sea. Just
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NASA’s Curiosity Rover has been exploring Mars since it landed inside the Red Planet’s Gale Crater in August 2012. The NASA Mars rover has since then covered 12.99 miles (20.91km) for its primary objective to identify biosignatures of basic molecular life. But an intelligent alien life conspiracy theorist now believes Curiosity has uncovered conclusive photographic
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Alien hunters claim to have found “mechanical devices” on Mars which are “clear indications” that intelligent extraterrestrials live, or lived, there. While browsing NASA images, eagle-eyed conspiracy theorists spotted two strange objects in the dusty terrain. One of the objects looks like a jar which has fallen on its side, but the object also looks
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NASA’s Solar and Heliospheric Observatory (SOHO) is an audacious attempt by the US space agency to understand both the internal structure and outer atmosphere of the Sun. Since it began orbiting our star, NASA’s space telescope has since 1996 been a categoric success, from understanding the Sun’s complicated gas currents hidden beneath its surface, to
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When you think of loud sounds you probably imagine earsplitting screams or whole-body-vibrating booms. Not necessarily the abrupt pop that belongs to a tiny 29-millimetre marine worm (Leocratides kimuraorum).   But when marine biologist Ryutaro Goto from Kyoto University and colleagues measured the sounds made by these polychaete worms they came in at a whopping