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An astronaut was allergic to the moon. It might seem like he was in the wrong line of work. Harrison Schmitt, from the Apollo 17 mission, found out that he had a severe allergy to moon dust.
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Grand Solar Minimum Report: Fall Snow Hits US South – Global Volcanic Uptick and More (VIDEO)

Guys watch this report video, ingest some truth, incredible stuff! via ORP: Jackson Mississippi sees highest snowfall since 1982 Record snow blankets Houston and Texas Snow is falling in Houston, TX, last measurable snow there was 8 years ago. Oppenheimer Ranch Project Headline image credit: © Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities IF YOU ENJOY THIS SITE PLEASE TELL … Continue reading

NUKU'ALOFA, TONGA - MARCH 18:  An undersea volcano is seen erupting off the coast of Tonga, sending plumes of steam, ash and smoke up to 100 metres into the air, on March 18, 2009 off the coast of Nuku'Alofa, Tonga. The volcano, which is situated approximately 6 miles off of the main Tongan island of Tongatapu, is one of around 36 undersea volcanos clustered in the area. There is currently no danger to residents of the island as the gases are blown offshore, and residents noted the eruptions began  on Monday after a series of sharp earthquakes were felt in the capital. (Photo by Dana Stephenson//Getty Images)
Underwater Volcanoes by the Thousands, Possibly Millions, Remain Undiscovered

The world is watching one volcano in Bali, but it’s sobering to think there may be hundreds of others going off, and almost certainly ones we don’t even know about. The article Is the Bali volcano making us warmer or cooler? by William F Jasper, reminded me of Ian Plimers words about there being squillions of undersea volcanoes so I found the 2007 paper, by Hillier, that tried to count … Continue reading

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Ancient Pacific Northwest Eruption Caused Global Climate Changes – Blocking Out Sun, Cooled Planet

WSU researchers document one of planet’s largest volcanic eruptions Gases from Inland Northwest blocked out sun, cooling planet Washington State University researchers have determined that the Pacific Northwest was home to one of the Earth’s largest known volcanic eruptions, a millennia-long spewing of sulfuric gas that blocked out the sun and cooled the planet. Only two other eruptions – the … Continue reading

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Scientist Struggle to Figure Out Why Global Wind Speeds Slowing Since 1960

Wind speeds around the world seem to be decreasing in a phenomenon known as ‘stilling’ and European scientists are hoping to find out why. Few people have probably noticed, but the world’s winds are getting slower. It is something that cannot be picked up by watching the billowing of dust or listening to the rustle of leaves on nearby trees. … Continue reading

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Volcanic Eruptions to Cause Earth ‘Cool Down’, Meanwhile Record Arctic Sea Ice Growth Continues

Vanuatu evacuates an island due to volcanic eruption, Bali evacuates villages due to volcanic eruption, Sinabung erupts, but what they don’t tell you is that every Grand Solar Minimum there are massive eruptions that destroy global crop production. Now with record Arctic sea ice growth in 2017, the most ever recorded in September, the global warming crowd is just hoping … Continue reading

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Category 5 ‘Hurricane Maria’ Batters Island of Dominica, Threatens Others

Storm’s path could take it near many islands recently devastated by Irma Hurricane Maria swept over the small island of Dominica with catastrophic Category 5 winds overnight, starting a charge into the eastern Caribbean that threatens islands already devastated by Hurricane Irma and holds the possibility of a direct hit on Puerto Rico. Fierce winds and driving rain lashed mountainous … Continue reading

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Why Were Hurricanes Irma & Harvey So Powerful? It’s Due to Cosmic Rays Not CO2

With Hurricane Irma bearing down on the west coast of Florida with 140 mph winds, and last week Hurricane Harvey drowning Texas, there is much talk of CO2 causing the weather intensity changes. Why is it that longer term cycles, cosmic rays and the grand solar minimum are not discussed as causes in intensification for the changes globally we are … Continue reading

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Double Disaster in Mexico as 8.1 Earthquake Leaves at Least 67 Dead, Hurricane Katia Kills 2

One of the most powerful earthquakes ever recorded in Mexico and a raging hurricane dealt a devastating one-two punch to the country, killing at least 64 people as workers scrambled to respond to the twin national emergencies. The 8.1 quake off the southern Pacific coast just before midnight Thursday toppled hundreds of buildings in several states. Hardest-hit was Juchitan, Oaxaca, … Continue reading

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Three Atlantic Hurricanes (Irma, Jose, And Katia) at Once ‘Unparalleled’ in Modern Times Expert Says

Islanders are bracing for more storm damage The appearance of three strong hurricanes in the Atlantic basin which all threaten land is “unparalleled” in modern times, a tropical storms expert has said. Hurricane Irma has already caused major damage in the Caribbean and is expected to hit southern Florida, while Hurricane Katia is menacing eastern Mexico, and Hurricane Jose could … Continue reading

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Monster Hurricane Irma So Powerful It’s Registering on Seismographs As It Heads Towards Florida

HURRICANE Irma is so strong the storm is showing up on devices designed to detect massive earthquakes. The category 5 storm, which has now swelled to the size of France after making its first landfall in the Caribbean today, is registering on seismometers on the island of Guadelope. The measuring devise is located close to the sea, and waves crashing … Continue reading

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An astronaut was allergic to the moon. It might seem like he was in the wrong line of work. Harrison Schmitt, from the Apollo 17 mission, found out that he had a severe allergy to moon dust.
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