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Comet Armageddon Detected in Nearby Star System

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Ian O'Neill

During our solar system's "Late Heavy Bombardment" (LHB) some four billion years ago, the inner planets were constantly peppered with massive comets impacting their surfaces. Earth would have been unrecognizable -- the planet's surface was a burning, molten mess; young atmosphere constantly punctuated by incoming cometary fragments.


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Key to long life?

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Scientists have sequenced the DNA of a woman who lived to be 115 years. A study suggests that the elderly woman had protective genes against dementia and diseases associated with old age

The oldest woman in the world was found to have rare variations in DNA that can protect against the diseases of aging. Billed as the oldest in the world at the time of her death, she had the mental agility of someone decades younger and no sign of dementia.


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Yetis 'do exist'

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Yetis do exist and live in the Siberian mountains, according to a region that has found "indisputable proof" of the existence of the hairy beasts in an expedition, it has been claimed.

The Russian coal-mining region of Kemerovo said in a statement on its website that footprints and possibly even hair samples belonging to the yeti were found on the research trip to its remote mountains.


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Does America Want a Real Space Program, or Not?

Science

by Bonnie James

The future of U.S. space exploration and human space flight was the subject of a hearing of the House Committee on Science, Space and Techology Sept. 22 (see below for excerpts from the transcript). For anyone who lived through the Presidency of John F. Kennedy and the Apollo years that followed, the testimony of astronauts Neil Armstrong (Apollo 11) and Eugene Cernan (Apollo 17) was both powerful and deeply poignant.


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New traces of life found on Mars

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Catherine Weitz and her colleagues from the Institute of Planetology (USA) have discovered yet another proof that there could have been life on Mars at some point. This conclusion was made based on the information obtained by interplanetary station NASA Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter. The researchers are talking about two depressions 30-40 km long, located in the region of Noctis Labyrinthus ("the labyrinth of the night").??


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Photographs may predict future and display other dimensions

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Cameras and camcorders often capture the things that humans don't see with a naked eye. It particularly goes about the pictures of the so-called parallel reality: UFOs, ghosts and various energy substances. Photographs may also exert a mysterious influence on the life of a person. They can particularly predict future, and there are many examples to prove that.


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Super Sun Blast Fears Put Russian Nuke Plants In Lockdown

Science

By: Sorcha Faal

A frightening report circulating in the Kremlin today prepared by the Federal Atomic Energy Agency (FAAE) states that “emergency notices” have gone out to all of Russia’s nuclear power plants warning them that a potential “blast” from our Sun could cause “massive power blackouts” and could even result in “spontaneous atomic explosions.”


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Bad to the bone

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Some children are just born evil

Michelle Griffin

Are some children just born evil? Michelle Griffin reports.

A mother sits in a playroom with her young son. The phone rings. When she picks it up, a researcher watching through a two-way mirror asks her to look into her son's eyes and ''show him, in the way that feels most natural for you, that you love him''.


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What & Where Is Your Mind?

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BEYOND YOUR CURRENT SENSE-PERCEPTIONS

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Mankind, as I have emphasized repeatedly over years, is, essentially, an immortal species, that by its intended design. That is the innate potential of our species. The problem to be faced by humanity now, as during the millions of years of our species' existence up through the present moment, is the challenge to mankind itself, akin to that challenge which Benjamin Franklin presented to the republic which had just won its freedom through the defeat of the British imperial tyrant: "Can you keep it?" "Can humanity keep what had been its potential immortality as a species up to and beyond the presently onrushing, planetary, breakdown-crisis?"


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What & Where Is Your Mind? (Part 2)

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BEYOND YOUR CURRENT SENSE-PERCEPTIONS

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Mankind, as I have emphasized repeatedly over years, is, essentially, an immortal species, that by its intended design. That is the innate potential of our species.


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NASA's UFOs

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Vid1: Compilation of some of the spectacular UFOs recorded by NASA

Vid2: Orbiting space craft filmed from earth? using nothing more than an off the shelf 8" telescope. Von Braun revealed all to his secretary before he died


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Scientists create aliens. Nobody panics

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An international group of scientists created the bacteria, the DNA of which contains the substance that does not exist on Earth. The synthetic monster, which is absolutely safe for our biosphere, was derived from common E. coli bacteria. Biologists say that the technology used in the experiment can help humans model and recreate extraterrestrial organisms.


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UFO Sightings Increase 67 Percent In 3 Years

Science

Lee Speigel

Unemployment, gas prices, and fear over global warming aren't the only things skyrocketing -- so are mysterious objects rocketing through the sky.

The Mutual UFO Network -- the largest privately funded UFO research organization in the world -- tells The Huffington Post that more people than ever are reporting unidentified flying objects, mostly in the United States and Canada.


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UFO over Buenos Aires, Argentina shone like the sun before disappearing

Science

Tracey Parece

A bright UFO was spotted hovering among the clouds in broad daylight on Sunday, August 21, 2011. The unidentified flying object was seen high above the skyline in Buenos Aires, Argentina. For a moment, the brightly glowing sphere appeared to be nothing more than the sun peeking out from behind the clouds. Just a few seconds later, it took off at a high rate of speed and disappeared from sight.


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The Extraterrestrial Imperative

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FROM CLOSED TO OPEN WORLD

by Krafft A. Ehricke & Elizabeth A. Miller

The late Krafft Ehricke (1917-84), the German-American visionary and rocket scientist, developed the concept of the "Extraterrestrial Imperative," which today has become a focus of LaRouche PAC scientific research and organizing . Ehricke believed that it was the responsibility of humanity to explore space and exploit the resources of the Solar System, in order to sustain the development of the species. There are no external "limits to growth," Ehricke insisted, because while the Earth is a "closed system," the exploration of space opens the entire universe to humanity.


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Is The Number Of Earthquakes Increasing? The 5.8 Virginia Earthquake Might Just Be A Preview Of Things To Come

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Is the number of earthquakes increasing? Are major earthquakes becoming more frequent? In the aftermath of the magnitude-5.8 earthquake in Virginia, a whole lot of people are asking those questions.

All over the mainstream media, "experts" are coming on and assuring the public that all of this is "normal" and that the number of earthquakes is not actually increasing.


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US Chaos Warned Near As Solar 'Madness' Circles Globe

Science

By: Sorcha Faal

A chilling research paper authored by Victor A. Brumberg, a top theoretical physicist specializing in relativistic celestial mechanics and astrometry at the Institute of Applied Astronomy in St. Petersburg, is warning today that our Earth is in the grip of “Solar Madness” that is causing massive social and economic upheaval around the globe and is set to unleash upon the United States “unprecedented chaos.”


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The Neuroscience of the Gut

Science

Robert Martone

Strange but true: the brain is shaped by bacteria in the digestive tract

People may advise you to listen to your gut instincts: now research suggests that your gut may have more impact on your thoughts than you ever realized.


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There Will Be No Civilization

Science

Without Science,
There Will Be No Civilization

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

We're in a situation, in which science has virtually died in the United States, and in Europe. The scientific technology is being destroyed, and therefore, we're in a situation in which we have to, by other means, revive and maintain physical science and its related things.


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Earth-directed Solar Blast from Sunspot 1261 here August 5th

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Magnetic fields above sunspot 1261 erupted this morning at 0619 UT, producing a long-duration M1-class solar flare. At the peak of the action, NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory recorded a surge of extreme ultraviolet radiation around the sunspot:


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Darth Vader's motherland discovered

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Professor Kaspar von Braun and his colleagues at the University of California at Berkeley and the State University at San Francisco discovered another interesting exoplanet in the double star system 55 in the constellation Cancer.

There is a great likelihood that there is some type of life on the planet. Now this discovery causes heated debates in the scientific world.


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Tiny green organism to save the world from energy crisis

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The energy crisis has made scientists think about the production of artificial oil. Russian and Japanese chemists designed special systems that produce fuel from carbonates and water. American scientists found a water plant that produces hydrocarbons. They implanted its genes to yeast and thus received a biological reactor that makes biogenic oil.


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Cataclysmic Turning Of 'The Great Solar Serpent' Close

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By: Sorcha Faal

A new report prepared by the Russian Federal Space Agency (FKA/RKA) on the “heliospheric dynamics” related to the “Star Gate” opening off the Hawaiian Islands on 22 June is now warning that that expected “flip” of our Sun’s polar axis believed due in 2012 has the “extreme potential” to “cataclysmically destroy” nearly all of our Earth’s space-based satellites as well as all of our planets ground based electrical and telecommunication systems.


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The Greatest Mysteries of the Asteroid Belt

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Adam Hadhaz
Life's Little Mysteries

Beyond the orbit of Mars, but not as far as Jupiter, lurk the many hundreds of thousands of rocky bodies collectively known as the asteroid belt.

Many solar systems are thought to contain such belts, and science fiction movies and television shows often present these bands as rock-clogged expanses that would challenge any celestial navigator. It may be so, in other systems, but in our asteroid belt, the rocky bodies are actually quite far apart from each other.


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Our Universe rotates around its 'axis of evil'

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A team of scientists from the University of Michigan led by Michael Longo, while exploring the direction of rotation of 15 872 spiral galaxies, came to the conclusion that our universe may have been rotating around its axis as whirligig from its birth. In addition, the studies of the Americans actually disprove the hypothesis that the universe is isotropic and symmetric


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Quantum Breakthrough Stuns World, Changes Reality For All Mankind

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By: Sorcha Faal

Aaron O'Connell PhD is the first person to experimentally induce and measure quantum effects in the motion of a human made object, bridging the quantum and classical worlds. His breakthrough provides the most astounding evidence in history (outside of faith that is) that our reality isn’t what we’ve been told to believe, but is, in fact, something far more wonderful.


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The human mutation clock Is ticking

Science

By Brian Thomas

With more samples of human genomes now available, researchers are able to find solutions to questions that just a few years ago they could only dream of answering. For example, how many new mutations-copying errors within both of each individual's three billion-base-long human genome sets-occur each generation? And do more of them come from one parent or the other?


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Spacecraft Found Behind Elenin! - Top US Space Expert Issues Catastrophic Warning

Science

By: Sorcha Faal

A grim warning was issued this past week by the former NASA consultant and noted US space expert Richard C. Hoagland that the newly discovered comet named Elenin, designated C/2010 X1, that is fast approaching our Sun is under “intelligent control” and heralds a warning to all humanity of a great Global catastrophe soon to come.


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Is the Massive Puerto Rico Trench Awakening?

Science

Zen Gardner

"What Puerto Rico Trench?" Exactly.

The arrows in the map above show the direction the underlying Caribbean tectonic plates are moving, with the resultant build-up of pressure releasing into a myrid of earthquakes in the region over the years.


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Cities Found on the Moon!

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Reasonable activity of an alien civilization showed up unexpectedly close to us. However, we were not psychologically ready for it

We still come across publications trying to find an answer to the following question: Are we alone in the universe? At the same time, the presence of reasoning beings has been detected close to our home, on the Moon.


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Aliens forced Americans out from the Moon?

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One of Russia's central television channels, RTR, has recently aired a documentary about US astronauts who allegedly came across extraterrestrial civilizations. The film showed Russian ufologist Vladimir Azhazha and astronomer Yevgeny Arsyukhin telling that expeditions to the Moon launched within 1969-1972 allegedly came across UFOs.


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Moon can leave Earth's orbit to become independent planet

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We are accustomed to the fact that the Moon is Earth's satellite. But will it always be the case? According to Gennady Raykunov, General Director of the Central Research Institute of Mechanical Engineering, the Moon may eventually leave the Earth's orbit and become an independent planet. In this case, the Earth will turn into a lifeless desert.


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God is not necessary for our Universe to exist?

Science

Renowned astrophysicist Stephen Hawking has recently stated that God is not necessary for our Universe to exist and that Heaven is a "fairy story." As an Orthodox Christian physicist, I must disagree. Science seeks, via physical observation, to discern the mechanisms governing the Natural world. Science cannot experiment outside of our Universe which constitutes the realm of metaphysics and religion. By understanding these physical laws (e.g. quantum mechanics), we can better predict our Universe's evolution in time and, so the reasoning goes, predict "simpler" events such as stock market crashes, global warming, and other nonlinear phenomena.


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Cemetery of giant creatures found in Central Africa

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A team of anthropologists found a mysterious burial in the jungle near the city of Kigali Rwanda (Central Africa). The remains belong to gigantic creatures that bear little resemblance to humans. Head of research group believes that they could be visitors from another planet who died as a result of a catastrophe.


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What Underlies Psychopharmacology?

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Three Systems

by Allan M. Leventhal

The 20th century witnessed the development of three quite divergent explanatory systems to account for mental illness, each offering a distinctly different approach to treatment: psychoanalytic theory and treatment by psychoanalysis and its variants; a genetic theory of chemical imbalances of neurotransmitters in the brain, with treatment by prescription of psychiatric drugs; and a behavioral learning theory, offering treatments designed to eliminate the behaviors that characterize the mental disorders. Enough time has now passed to allow for a good reading as to the value of these different systems.


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Archaeologists Unscramble Ancient Graffiti In Israel

Science

by Jacki Lyden

Aramaic is the lingua franca of the ancient Middle East, the linguistic root of modern day Hebrew and Arabic.

"Once you understand Aramaic," says Karen Stern, "you can read anything. You can read Hebrew, you can read Phoenician. I always call it the little black dress of Semitic languages."


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Is Homosexuality the Next Stage in Human Evolution?

Science

by Roland Hulme

Evolution, by its very definition, is an innate genetic preference for self-preservation. In a world literally bursting at the seams, some argue that this is why the number of gay people is increasing.


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Killer stars from deep black space threaten Earth

Science

Outer space poses a threat to the Solar System. This time it was declared not by homegrown advocates of the near doomsday, but solid astrophysicists. Earlier this year the 217th Meeting of the American Astronomical Society was held in Seattle where the most dangerous objects for our planet were named.


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Sun wakes volcanoes up, Jupiter makes them sleep

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Mass awakening of volcanoes in the recent years has made scientists wreck their brains over the possible causes of such increased activity. Many geophysicists believe that such activity may increase because of the interaction of the Earth with other celestial bodies, such as the Sun or the giant planets Saturn and Jupiter.


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Huge solar flare may disrupt power and communications

Science

An unusual solar flare observed by a NASA space observatory on Tuesday could cause some disruptions to satellite communications and power on Earth over the next day or so, officials said.


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Parallel world hidden inside Earth

Science

It seems that scientists find more and more evidence to prove the existence of parallel worlds. Physicists at Stanford University managed to calculate the hypothetical number of universes that were formed as a result of the Big Bang. According to them, the Big Bang created 101016 universes. It is quite possible, though, that they may exist inside one another, including our planet. Therefore, there is probably another Earth hidden inside planet Earth.


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What Underlies Psychopharmacology? Part 2

Science

Part 2

by Allan M. Leventhal

The 20th century witnessed the development of three quite divergent explanatory systems to account for mental illness, each offering a distinctly different approach to treatment: psychoanalytic theory and treatment by psychoanalysis and its variants; a genetic theory of chemical imbalances of neurotransmitters in the brain, with treatment by prescription of psychiatric drugs; and a behavioral learning theory, offering treatments designed to eliminate the behaviors that characterize the mental disorders. Enough time has now passed to allow for a good reading as to the value of these different systems.


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Russians may be the first to reach the Sun

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Despite the fact that the Sun is our "native" star, to date no one has been able to examine it at a close range. Now helio-physicists of several countries are working to create devices that would allow them to approach the sun as close as possible and study the processes taking place there. It is possible that the first solar probe will be launched in Russia.


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Brain, heart and gut minds

Science

by Anil K Rajvanshi

We have always expressed love and emotion from the heart and intuition from the gut; hence, the expressions heartfelt and gut feeling. Research suggests that they may have scientific explanations.

It seems both heart and gut have minds of their own. Besides communicating with the brain, they might also be helping it develop, reducing depression and increasing the level of the individual's well-being.


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World on verge of 'mini ice age'

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Eminent geophysicist rejects global warming theory, says world on verge of 'mini ice age'

Matthew Cullinan

An eminent Mexican geophysicist says that despite predictions of global warming based on computer models, the world may be on the verge of an eighty-year cold period similar to the "little ice age" experienced by Europe from 1300 to 1800 A.D..


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The Sky Really Is Falling

Science

by Chris Hedges

The rapid and terrifying acceleration of global warming, which is disfiguring the ecosystem at a swifter pace than even the gloomiest scientific studies predicted a few years ago, has been confronted by the power elite with equal parts of self-delusion. There are those, many of whom hold elected office, who dismiss the science and empirical evidence as false. There are others who accept the science surrounding global warming but insist that the human species can adapt. Our only salvation—the rapid dismantling of the fossil fuel industry—is ignored by both groups. And we will be led, unless we build popular resistance movements and carry out sustained acts of civil disobedience, toward collective self-annihilation by dimwitted Pied Pipers and fools.


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Moon may have more water than believed

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The moon may have a lot more water than imagined, perhaps as much as on Earth in some parts, a study said Thursday, in a discovery that has cast doubt on long-held theories about how it was formed.

The moon was long thought to be a dusty, dry place until a few years ago when frozen water was discovered there for the first time.


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Bacteria may be responsible for the formation of hail and snow

Science

A new study has shown that microbes are present in the heart of these materials

by Alessandro Greco

Living bacteria that gets whipped up into the sky may be just the spark needed for rain, snow and even hailstorms, research now finds. In June 2010, a hailstorm with stones of more than five centimeters in diameter in the state of Montana, United States, led to a unique singular discovery: bacteria may be responsible for the formation of rain, snow and hail.


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Number of weather disasters has tripled since 1980

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Number of weather disasters has tripled since 1980, says NGO

According to Oxfam, the result is mainly caused by the increasing number of floods in all regions of the planet.


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DID MAN WALK ON EARTH WITH THE DINOSAURS?

Science

By Marilyn K. Martin

Do we actually have evidence that humans walked the Earth with the dinosaurs millions and millions of years ago? Beyond the odd, "maybe" references in global mythologies, which were generally passed-down oral traditions, and thus subject to variations and revisions? Does any concrete proof exist of such an unlikely co-existence? Incredibly, Yes.




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