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Arkansas storms and floods kill 5

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It seems like our planet has gone mad or like someone is messing with our planet’s nature. The last few years were full of storms, floods, hurricanes, tsunamis, cyclones, tornadoes, ocean vortexes, earthquakes and other anomalies like never before. This time the US state Arkansas is under siege by massive storms which caused deadly floods. CBS News reports that 5 people have already died and... 

Nick Griffin Leaves Climate Change Eurocrats Speechless

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Nick Griffin MEP left climate change Eurocrats lost for words this week after a stinging attack on the global warming hoax during a speech in Brussels. Speaking at a debate of the Committee on the Environment, Public Health and Food Safety, of which he is a member, Mr Griffin called EU biofuel policy a disaster, anthropogenic global warming “non-existent” and wind farms “Mickey Mouse technology”. His... 

Yellowstone Supervolcano Bigger Than Thought

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The volcanic plume of partly molten rock that feeds the Yellowstone supervolcano. Yellow and red indicate higher conductivity, green and blue indicate lower conductivity. Made by University of Utah geophysicists and computer scientists, this is the first large-scale 'geoelectric' image of the Yellowstone hotspot. The gigantic underground plume of partly molten rock that feeds the Yellowstone... 

Deadly HAARP Attack Caught On Screen!

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The above screen capture was done on April, 15th 2011 - 20:02 UTC (4:02PM EDT). Death toll at 22; 130 injured in NC storms. These two shocking screen captures were provided by this website directly to to us. Twenty-two people were killed and more than 130 injured by tornadoes and severe storms that struck at least 20 counties in North Carolina Saturday, state officials said Sunday. Source The full... 

Japan quake caused unusually severe soil collapse

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Is Japan sinking? (Creepy Video) The soil sank nearly 3 feet at this water purification plant that serves 19,000 people, breaking pipes and flooding underground structures. Long-lasting quake may have caused more widespread damage than previously thought. The scale of Japan’s March 11 earthquake and tsunami wasn’t the only thing that surprised geologists. The 9.0 earthquake in Japan —... 

Giant ocean whirlpools puzzle scientists

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US scientists discovered two giant whirlpools in the Atlantic Ocean, off the coast of Guyana and Suriname. It became a sensational discovery because this part of the ocean has been studied thoroughly, and no one expected anything like that to appear in the area. More importantly, no one can understand where the whirlpools came from and what surprises they may bring to people. According to Brazilian... 

Wombat diagnosed with depression from 'lack of hugs'

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Primadonna: Tonka dropped a fifth of his body weight because he was depressed that he wasn't getting enough cuddles. Now Donna Kilpatrick, 16 and Jayden Doevendans, 16, have cheered him up. Handlers at an animal sanctuary in north-east Australia were mystified when their star attraction was brought low by a mystery illness. Tonka the wombat shed 20 percent of his body weight after Cyclone Yasi... 

Iran wants to Ban Dogs from Society because they are "unclean"

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Not long ago, Iranian authorities have banned all advertisements for pets, pet food and other pet products but now it seems that they want to take it even further, as far as bannings dogs from society. Dogs are “unclean” and should be banned from society. That is what 39 Iranian legislators have proposed to the country’s 290-member parliament, known as the Majlis. Iran’s official Islamic Republic... 

Evolution of prejudice: Study reveals racism in monkeys

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Monkey business: A rhesus monkey on the uninhabited island of Cayo Santiago. Racial, ethnic and religious prejudice may lie in our evolutionary past, according to new research using monkeys. Several experiments have found the animals were more wary of outsiders and associated bad things with them. The research was conducted on the uninhabited Puerto Rico island of Cayo Santiago, which has a large rhesus... 

New force of nature, latest data from U.S. atom smasher has physics community excited

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The accelerator tunnel of the Tevatron. Scientists have been analysing a 'bump' in the smasher's data that could reveal a new force of nature. Data from a major U.S. atom smasher may have revealed a new elementary particle, or even a new force of nature like gravity or magnetism, a lab has told AFP. The findings could offer clues to the persistent riddle of mass and how objects obtain it... 

Libyan bombing campaign causes acid rain near Romanian border

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An acid rain burned the leaves of trees in Bulgaria, near the border with Romania. Bulgarian weather experts say this might be the result of the bombing campaign in Libya! A very high acidity level (pH 4.9) was registered near Vidin (north-west, on the border with Romania), Lovech (north) and Karnobat (south-east). An even higher acidity (pH 4.5) was reported at Plevna, Dobrich, Montana, Shumen in... 

Tiny amount of radioactive particles reach Iceland

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Radioactive Moss - Landmannalaugar, Iceland. Miniscule amounts of radioactive particles believed to have come from Japan’s crippled Fukushima nuclear power plant have been detected as far away as Iceland, diplomatic sources said on Tuesday. They stressed the tiny traces of iodine — measured by a network of international monitoring stations as they spread eastwards from Japan across the... 

The Devolving Universe

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The natural tendency of matter and of all energy is toward greater disorder — not toward greater order or complexity as evolution would teach. The only way this tendency can be overcome is if there is a directing code and mechanism. For example, when a seed develops into a tree it does so only because there is a pre-existing energy converting mechanism and code (genetic program) in the seed... 

Almost half of U.S. faces spring flooding: NOAA

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Almost half the United States – the North Central region, the Midwest and the Northeast – faces a high risk of spring flooding over the next two weeks, government forecasters said on Thursday. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration said in its spring forecast that the stage was set for potential widespread, record flooding, particularly in the North Central United States for... 

Japan earthquake and tsunami: Earth's day length shortened as axis tilted by 25cm

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Devastation: The earthquake that struck off the coast of Japan on Friday was a once-in-a-millennium event, scientists say. The earthquake that struck Japan on Friday was so powerful that it actually moved the whole planet by 25cm, experts say. According to Italy’s National Institute of Geophysics and Volcanology the 9.0 magnitude ‘quake was so powerful it shifted the axis around which the... 
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