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Although the mean distance between the Sun and the Earth is 150 million kilometers, the distance itself actually fluctuates yearly. This is because the Earth moves around the Sun on an elliptical orbit, meaning that the distance between the two varies from 147 to 152 million kilometers. The distance between the Sun and the Earth is known as an Astronomical Unit (AU).
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Risk of UK Tsunami Much Higher than Previously Thought

It was long believed that the last tsunami to devastate the UK was 10,000 years ago caused by a massive underwater landslide know as the Storegga Slide – a massive wave was sent hurtling towards the Shetland Islands as well as parts of mainland Scotland, Norway and Greenland. via unexplained-mysteries: New research has revealed that the last tsunami to hit … Continue reading

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Series of Mystery Wave Anomalies Spanning Across Pacific Ocean

Could we be looking at extreme weather modification in action here? “We have another set of mystery anomalies on MIMMIC Map. This time the patterns cross the entire Pacific ocean. They stretch from the West Coast of the USA, All the way over to china.” As has happened times before, it appears that beams are coming from a location in … Continue reading

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Iceland’s Monster Volcano Katla is Charging up for an Eruption, Confirmed by New Study

THE 1918 ERUPTION: Katla erupts once every 40-80 years. Its last eruption was in 1918, making it 20-40 years overdue for an eruption. Katla, a giant volcano hidden beneath the ice cap of Mýrdalsjökull glacier, is busy filling its magma chambers, new research confirms. An eruption in Katla would dwarf the 2010 Eyjafjallajökull eruption, scientists have warned. The volcano is … Continue reading

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Two Meteor Fireballs Were Seen over Downtown Madison, Wisconsin

Looks like these are really becoming a more regular occurrence, but two in the same evening, WOW! via WKOW: Check out these meteors caught on camera streaking across the sky over the Wisconsin state capitol. This was the view looking east from atop the UW-Madison’s Atmospheric and Oceanic Science Department building. The first happened just after 9 pm Sunday evening, … Continue reading

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US Southeast Coast to be Hit by Potentially Devastating Category 4 ‘Monster’ Hurricane Florence

The US southeast coast is on alert for a potentially deadly strike from Hurricane Florence as forecasters predict it will strengthen to a Category 4 hurricane before making landfall later in the week. The National Hurricane Center classified tropical storm Florence as a Category 1 hurricane, Sunday, warning that it would rapidly intensify into a major hurricane by Monday and … Continue reading

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More and Bigger Sinkholes Appear on Yamal Tundra, Russia

The formations believed to be created by eruption of natural gas from the ground are of growing concern both to researchers and the oil and gas industry in the far Arctic peninsulas of Yamal and Gydan. One of the biggest formations is located only about four kilometers from a gas pipeline leading from the huge Bovanenkovo field, a project operated … Continue reading

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Deep 7.8-Magnitude Earthquake Occurred Off the Coast of Fiji

USGS reported a 7.8 quake off the coast of Fiji. This is one of the rare extremely deep earthquakes, it occurred at a depth of 608km! via Global News: A magnitude 7.8 earthquake hit 105 km east-southeast of Suva, Fiji, at a depth of 608 km, the U.S. Geological Survey said on Thursday. The measure was revised downward from an … Continue reading

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Magnitude 6.7 Earthquake Strikes Southeast of Sapporo, Japan

A powerful magnitude 6.7 earthquake struck southeast of Sapporo, Japan, at a depth of 66 kilometres, the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) reported on Wednesday. The earthquake did not prompt a tsunami warning, according to the USGS. The monitoring body had initially reported the earthquake had a magnitude of 7 and later revised it to 6.7. Internet users reported a power … Continue reading

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“Teeth-Chattering” Cold and Snowy Winter, Predicted by Farmer’s Almanac

This seems to be the prediction for all parts of the world that experience winter season. via wdbj7: The 2018-19 Farmer’s Almanac was published Monday and it’s safe to say that heavy winter coats, window scrapers and plenty of hot chocolate will be needed for much of the winter. This year’s almanac is predicting that winter 2018 will be “Colder-than-normal … Continue reading

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Italian Forecasters Concede that Solar Minimum is Causing Global Cooling

“It seems something can not be hidden longer…” says Italian geologist Dr Mirco Poletto. “On ‘Il meteo’, an Italian weather forecast website, they continue talking about solar minimum and cooling,” says Dr Poletto. “The funny thing: they say the sun is “unusually” weak, showing no knowledge about long term solar cycles. Going on in the article, however, they mention Maunder … Continue reading

DID YOU KNOW…

Although the mean distance between the Sun and the Earth is 150 million kilometers, the distance itself actually fluctuates yearly. This is because the Earth moves around the Sun on an elliptical orbit, meaning that the distance between the two varies from 147 to 152 million kilometers. The distance between the Sun and the Earth is known as an Astronomical Unit (AU).
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