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Fragile Earth Oct 15 47 43 rss
PETER HANNAM Last updated 12:24, October 15 2017 Professors James Renwick and Gary Wilson talk about a potential tipping point of unstoppable ice melt in Antarctica A rare hole the size of Tasmania has opened up in the sea ice off Antarctica, enthralling scientists...
Fragile Earth Oct 13 50 39 rss
So I just came across this video in my youtube feed about the Mississippi River being historically low at and around the New Madrid fault area...I mean like impeding barge traffic and large sandbars showing up in some places. Now back when the the last time that fault let loose there...
Fragile Earth Oct 13 99 35 rss
A new NASA study provides space-based evidence that Earth’s tropical regions were the cause of the largest annual increases in atmospheric carbon dioxide concentration seen in at least 2,000 years. Scientists suspected the 2015-16 El Nino -- one of the largest on record -- was responsible, but...
It looks as though Alex Jones may be making a more direct contribution to dumbing down the masses than previously thought. As most of you are aware, the guy known for memorable lines like, "I don't like em putting chemicals in the water that turn the friggin' frogs gay," peddles more than dubious conspiracy theories — he hawks merch...
Space Exploration Oct 15 71 27 rss
Great news everyone.......we're not going to die!.....ahem ....cough. NASA has finally admitted the existence of a “super-Earth”, which could fundamentally change the fate of the solar system. But.............sadly......... NASA has admitted...
Fragile Earth Oct 11 93 67 rss
Antarctica is a wild and strange place. It is remote, cold, there are unexplored regions under miles of ice, penguins, research stations, and rumors galore! ATS, Sept. 2017 - . Being the latest fun idea to ponder. Here are two of about 4 returns on a search of ATS for: polynyas ATS, 2003 - . ATS, 2010 - . ...
Fox News has an article from Musk saying that he can rebuild PR's power infrastructure using a proven, scale-able method Tesla has already implemented on other smaller islands. I say let him go for it. Sure, he will make money, but look what they would get! They already needed...
I have been watching YouTube videos on the Dark Web, which you need a Tor browser to access. It sounds like a scary place - for one thing, you will need to protect yourself if you venture there, or your computer could easily get hacked and your personal information could get stolen. I do not go on the Dark Web myself, but I have been watching videos about it. ...
The announcement as promised for today, October 16th, 2017 was nothing Earth shattering, but definitely interesting and a first for our observations of the cosmos. For the first time, scientists have caught two neutron stars in the act of colliding, revealing that these strange smashups are the source...
So, I think everyone pretty much knows that the .gov knows exactly who you are and what you are doing on the Internet but how would you like "just anyone" to be able to pay a fee and get a dump of all of your online activity and search history? It is coming. ...
Science says that our idea of Race is total BS... Now... Can we just get on with life without all the crazy racial divide? If we HAVE to judge someone, which we all do, we can just call it as we see it instead of using race as a factor or argument. "One of the traits that most people would associate with race – skin colour – is a terrible classifier," geneticist...
Space Exploration Oct 14 67 17 rss
First off, I don't know how to add a link from my phone but the info is from Popular Mechanics. Anyway, the 8.5 ton Chinese space station Tiangong-1 is hurtling out of control around the earth in a increasingly decaying orbit. Sometime within the next 6 months it will enter the atmosphere at which point...
The Peace of God to all that belong to the Light Dear Readers, During decades Gravitational waves was a kind of sophisticate research arena that consumed important amount of resources but for many seemed to be highly speculative and even living in the middle of reality and myth. In the early 2000s there...
Hello good people of ATS! I am writing a research paper for school, and I want your personal observations & experiences with how increased technology (like personal computers/smartphones) has increased rudeness in society--or not. I would like you to answer the question: Does increased technology...
Aircraft Projects Oct 16 29 13 rss
The police in Dubai are getting 'hoverbikes' derived from the technology developed for quadcopters. The 'bikes' are purely electric and will fly for 25 minutes on a charge. They have a top speed of 40 ish mph. While I realize weight savings is a real thing, having worked on rockets, but, damn, that looks scary. Like...
Space Exploration Sep 21 28 63 rss
The object was first spotted in 2006 but its strangeness was only realised in 2012 when astronomers noticed the asteroid had comet-like characteristics...
I'm 35 years old, and the 3 days that changed my life. Oct 17th 2016 I went for open heart surgery to fix a dilated aorta with valve sparring as the dilation was directly above the valve. The surgeon, is regarded...
Fragile Earth Sep 29 68 51 rss
The article is out of Japan but posted by Pravda about the Earthquake Research Institute which was founded in 1925. They claim to have an 85 to 90 percent factual forecast... Their present forecast is...
Fragile Earth Sep 23 99 50 rss
About 240,000 people are fleeing Bali's Mount Agung precinct in eastern Indonesia, with the volcano threatening to erupt at any moment. The warning was raised to the maximum level four on Friday...
This is a great story! Dr Kemp said: ... "The laws of physics prevent equalised feel between different plain steel strings. With the new strings the properties are controlled to ensure...
Fragile Earth Sep 19 29 39 rss
A group of international scientists is meeting Tuesday to try to convince parliamentarians there is no longer any doubt that common agricultural pesticides...
I am frankly AMAZED that in the last two days of all the threads and discussions I have seen online (not just ATS) that NOT EVEN ONCE have I seen a comment floating the possibility...
Fragile Earth Sep 19 34 35 rss
Another quake hits Mexico City: A powerful earthquake jolted Mexico City on Tuesday, causing buildings to sway sickeningly on the anniversary of a 1985 quake that did major damage to the capital. ...
Fragile Earth Sep 13 159 72 rss
Startling new evidence suggests male infertility may be much worse than it appears. According to Levine and Swan’s work, sperm levels—the most important measurement of male fertility—are declining...
What is a computer? A computer is a calculator capable of subtracting two numbers and based on that result change what numbers to subtract next. Computers are based on the Von Neumann architecture. Computer...
Fragile Earth Sep 10 31 44 rss
Although a rare meteorological phenomena, water recedes when the low pressure from a hurricane pushes down on the water and pulls it into the eye of the storm. This is what...
Space Exploration Sep 15 39 34 rss
PASADENA, Calif. — NASA scientists just received their last-ever message from the Cassini spacecraft, which plunged into Saturn early Friday morning. Those final bits of data signal the end...
Fragile Earth Sep 11 29 33 rss
The sun spot that sent the 9.3 X-flare to earth last week has just released a X-10 or larger flare towards Mars which will miss earth; lucky us . Sorry for those who can not view the video...
Fragile Earth Sep 17 151 31 rss
Tropical Storm MARIA is projected to strengthen into a hurricane, and follow roughly the same track as Category 5 hurricane IRMA did, 2 weeks ago. br /> Tropical Storm Maria formed Saturday...
Space Exploration Sep 22 56 29 rss
Was looking through some old images and thought this one was interesting. The right-looking angle, the rustiness, the regularity. Doesn't look a lot like any of the other rocks around it. Rocks, probably, but still interesting:
Fragile Earth Sep 24 36 28 rss
The rare event I am talking about is that throughout many areas in Mexico lights in the sky were caught appearing all over the areas affected the most by the earthquake. This video was filmed...

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