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April Cold Threatens Fruit Crop Northeastern U.S. – As Another Cold Wave To Hit Midwest & Eastern States by Weekend!
Ongoing waves of cold during early April are taking a toll on fruit tree blossoms in parts of the northeastern United States. Farmers are holding their breath as they wait out the cold to inspect the impact on trees and vines. The combination of a very mild winter, above-average temperatures during March and the most recent bout of below-freezing temperatures … Continue reading
According to experts, our planet is already experiencing mass extinction. They determined that this is already the sixth mass extinction. By studying fossils of an early Triassic Lystrosaurus, experts have managed to reveal how some beings managed to make it through the disaster. Analysis of the fossils showed that ancient mammals were able to adapt and evolve extremely quickly to … Continue reading
Global Cooling Continues – Record Cold Temperatures Sweep Into U.S. Northeast; Another Arctic Blast On The Way!
UNITED STATES – Record cold temperatures for early April have swept into some Northeast and Great Lakes cities to begin this week. Subzero readings were even observed near the Canadian border in northern Michigan, northern New York and northern Maine Tuesday morning. More record cold is possible on Wednesday morning in the Northeast. Then the cold will become more expansive … Continue reading
* * PLEASE CLICK HERE TO GO TO THE UPDATE ARTICLE * * Less than 48 hours after public display of volcanic activity at Yellowstone was intentionally taken OFFLINE from public view, we now know why: Looks like “there’s a whole lot a shakin’ goin’ on!” Take a look at this reading from Bore Hole 944 inside the super-volcano at … Continue reading
by Mitch Battros – April 2016 To understand Greenland’s ice of today – researchers have to go far back into Earth’s history. The island’s lithosphere has hot depths which originate in its distant geological past and cause Greenland’s ice to rapidly flow and melt from below. An anomaly zone crosses Greenland from west to east where present-day accelerated ‘mantle plumes’ … Continue reading
What was going on in Wichita, Kansas on April 3, 2016? Loud booms kind of set off tornado sirens. Weird! Are there people from Wichita following this blog? Did this really happen? If yes, were officials testing sirens? Were there any big outdoor parties? Were there some explosives training around. Thank you for any feedback. IF YOU ENJOY THIS SITE … Continue reading
Yang, a farmer in Guiping, lost more than 25 tons after a sinkhole (pictured) appeared in his pond. An unfortunate farmer lost more than 25 tonnes of fish last week after a sinkhole appeared in the pond where they were reared. The farm, part of a local collective in Guiping, south China, was being run by a man identified by … Continue reading
WASHINGTON (AP) – The ground east of the Rockies is far more likely to shake this year with damaging though not deadly earthquakes, federal seismologists report in a new risk map for 2016. Much of that is a man-made byproduct of drilling for energy. Parts of Oklahoma now match northern California for the nation’s most shake prone. One north-central Oklahoma … Continue reading
ANCHORAGE, Alaska — A volcano on Alaska’s Aleutian Islands erupted Sunday afternoon and sent ash 20,000 feet into the air, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. The Pavlof Volcano, which is about 600 miles southwest of Anchorage, erupted at 4:18 p.m. local time. The agency says the eruption also led to tremors on the ground. The USGS raised the volcano … Continue reading
We all know that the Earth is rotating about its axis. But what would happen if it slowly stopped rotating? What would happen if slowly the duration of our days and nights increase? This eye-opening documentary explains in brief how slowing earth would bring catastrophically geological change. Our Earth would be a place with zero climate change, zero fresh air … Continue reading