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Typhoon Noru Hits Southwest Japan, Cuts Power to Thousands of Homes

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A strong typhoon battering southwestern Japan has cut power supply in 11,000 households, Kyushu Electric Power Company, an energy business powering seven prefectures, said Saturday. Noru, a category 5 typhoon, has winds of over 78 miles per hour and is expected to bring heaviest rains in half a century, meteorologists said. Japan’s Meteorological Agency predicted that the typhoon would hit the... 

Australia ‘weather-experts’ Falsify Climate Change

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“Global warming is a non-problem…I say this to Obama: Excuse me, Mr. President, but you’re wrong. Dead wrong.” (Dr. Ivar Giaever, Nobel-Prize winner in physics) “The computer models just weren’t reliable. In fact, I’m not sure the whole thing isn’t crazy, this climate change.” (Green Guru James Lovelock, who once predicted imminent destruction of the planet via global warming) I’ve... 

Intelligent mind-controlling squids found in Antarctica's Lake Vostok revealed by Russian scientist

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Russian scientists have made a new borehole into Lake Vostok, the prehistoric Antarctic water mass, which has been sealed for millions of years – three years after a previous mission was prematurely ended by an accident resulting in sample contamination. He and his colleagues went missing for five days. Now a defecting Russian scientist had surfaced with a mind-bending account of what REALLY occurred... 

Mass evacuations underway as Italian Vesuvius volcano may erupt

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A huge blaze has broken out on the slopes of Italy’s Mount Vesuvius and near the city of Naples, prompting an evacuation of tourists and local residents for the second time in a week. The huge pillars of smoke from fires raging through the forests on the slopes of Vesuvius rose to more than 2 kilometers up in the air and were also 2 kilometers wide at the top, AP reports. Clearly visible from... 

Chinese Village Buried in Landslide in Sichuan Province, 100 Suspected Dead

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A recent landslide in Sichuan Province in Central China is the cause for more than 100 people feared dead. The small town of Xinmo, a remote village in north Sichuan, is all but gone after the natural disaster. Chinese state media said more than 60 homes were covered in rock and mud in Xinmo, a remote village in north Sichuan. The debris slid half a mile down a steep slope to block a stretch of river... 

Yellowstone swarmed with earthquakes, Doomsdayers predict eruption

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The supervolcano under Yellowstone National Park has once again become a point of focus for doomsdayers after scientists picked up some ominous earthquake activity this month. Scientists from the University of Utah, responsible for monitoring the supervolcano in Wyoming, said a “swarm” of 464 earthquakes began on June 12 – the biggest being a 4.5 magnitude shudder on June 15. “The epicenter... 

NASA to Prove Chemtrails Are Real With Colorful Night Show

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NASA will create “artificial, colorful clouds” with chemicals sprayed from a rocket Monday night. About five minutes after liftoff, a NASA rocket will spray barium, strontium and cupric-oxide vapor to form literal chemtrails in beautiful colors which can be seen from the East Coast. “These clouds, or vapor tracers, allow scientists on the ground to visually track particle motions in space,”... 

Trump Tells Allies He Plans to Remove U.S. From Paris Climate Agreement

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U.S. President Donald Trump has informed multiple individuals, including EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt, that he intends to remove the United States from the Paris Climate Agreement, according several sources. On Saturday night, Axios reported the news based on “three sources with direct knowledge.” Breitbart News has independently confirmed this reporting and that Trump has told others the same... 

Mining in Alaska may return as EPA scraps Obama-era regulations

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A company with a mining operation in Alaska has reached a settlement with the EPA, reversing restrictions implemented under former President Barack Obama that declared the mines would render an “unacceptable adverse effect” on the area. On Friday, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced that they settled a case with the Pebble Limited Partnership relating to the EPA’s prior work... 

Montreal declares state of emergency, starts evacuations as Canada floods rage

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A state of emergency has been declared on the island of Montreal, Canada, for the first time since 1998, due to devastating flooding caused by torrential rains and melting snow. The measure allows authorities to order forced evacuations of homes. Several streets and bridges in the Montreal region have been closed due to flooding. More than a dozen schools were told to remain closed on Monday, Montreal... 

Google Maps Error Sends Hundreds of Tourists to the Middle of Norwegian Nowhere

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A non-descript hamlet in Norway has been flooded by hundreds of tourists due to an error in Google Maps. Instead of seeing one of the Nordic country’s premier sights, visitors end up at a small farm. Preikestolen or the Pulpit Rock is one of Norway’s best known attractions and a magnet for tourists. Towering an impressive 604 meters over the Lysefjord, the Pulpit Rock has been consistently... 

Al Gore wants $15 trillion to combat climate change

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A group of executives who want to fight global warming has published a new report calling for countries to spend up to $600 billion a year over the next two decades to boost green energy deployment and energy efficiency equipment. The Energy Transitions Commission’s (ETC) report claims “additional investments of around $300-$600 billion per annum do not pose a major macroeconomic challenge,”... 

China discovers largest gold deposit

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The gold mine is located in the town of Silin on Jiaodong Peninsula in Shandong province, in the east of China, Chinese news agencies report. According to preliminary estimates, gold deposits are located on the area of two kilometres at the depth of 67 meters. The volume of gold reserves in the area is about 382.58 tons, but exploration works continue. It is believed that the deposit may contain up... 

Bernie Sanders: It's Stupid and Dangerous to Prioritize Jobs Over Climate Change

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Vermont Senator, Bernie Sanders told CNN Thursday that it’s ‘stupid and dangerous’ to prioritize jobs over environmental issues such as climate change and fossil fuels. The Democrats will continue to lose support if they think that climate change is more important than jobs. We all care about keeping the earth clean, however; Americans are more concerned about having jobs in order to keep their... 

Search is on for the ‘once extinct’ Tasmanian Tiger

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A major scientific search is underway in Queensland, Australia for the Tasmanian tiger, thought extinct for over 80 years. A series of possible ‘plausible’ sightings have triggered hope a rare species has returned from the brink. Camera traps are being deployed across Cape York Peninsula by James Cook University researchers to survey sites where the creature, also known as the Tasmanian wolf,... 
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