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Space Exploration Jun 19 45 41 rss
New images of asteroid Ryugu show it looks weird, maybe.... ? The Japanese space agency JAXA has published new images of asteroid Ryugu, target of their Hayabusa2 spacecraft. The images were taken on June 17th from a distance of 330 to 240 km, as the spacecraft was approaching its target. They show that Ryugu has a diameter of about...
Fragile Earth Jun 22 63 39 rss
30 years ago, James E. Hansen, a NASA scientist, predicted dire consequences as he described his confidence in a cause -and-effect relationship between the greenhouse effect and observed warming. He testified before the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources and subsequently wrote an article in the...
The YouTube channel "A Right to Know" is hosted by investigative journalist Sherry Beall. I like her reports because she often refers to we the people, which is an expression I use myself. This interview is of the owner of the website Health Nut News, Erin Elizabeth. There are two things going on with these deaths: Big Pharma protecting...
Space Exploration Jun 21 25 23 rss
Space is a dangerous arena, as many know of the asteroids and meteors that time and again enter our atmosphere, dazzling our senses. Some, however, are large and dense enough to make contact with the surface, surviving the chaos of atmospheric entry. Some have witnessed firsthand, meteors and other objects burn up in the skies, while others have had the privilege...
Fragile Earth Jun 22 43 15 rss
Wow. Trump is really cleaning house. This is probably going to make a few tiny minds explode but I'm ok with that. A new directive from the Trump administration instructs federal scientists with the U.S. Geological Survey to get approval from its parent agency...
Space Exploration Jun 16 156 47 rss
The image is one of three taken by the Longjiang-2 microsatellite which launched last month. Longjiang-2, which measures just 20 inches across, is equipped with a Saudi Arabia-built optical camera. The China National Space Administration released three photos taken by the microsat on June 14, one...
Space Exploration Jun 13 28 25 rss
NASA have just held a media teleconference regarding Opportunity rover and one of the most intense dust storms ever observed which has descended on it over the last few days cutting the rover off from its source of power , the Sun. Pictures from Opportunity as the storm moved in with the last panel showing...
Space Exploration Jun 14 21 24 rss
Academy of Finland runned study of dying stars in ARP 299 galaxy and astronomers Seppo Mattila and Pérez-Torres got a rare shot of Black Hole Devouring Star. Though this wasn’t the first time astronomers saw jets from TDEs, it is the first time they were close...
Fragile Earth Jun 16 61 19 rss
Lot of talk about global warming however there are some out there who think we are entering into a cooling phase. Few things that happen during a cooling period: The Little Ice Age was a period of regionally cold conditions between roughly AD 1300 and 1850. The term “Little Ice Age” is somewhat questionable, because there was...
Pretty much every young lady that I've spent the night with in the last ten years (the number is higher than 0 smartasses) has told me I stop breathing in the middle of the night, that I snore pretty loud, and I wake up pretty often gasping in air. One time I woke up and I couldn't breathe in for almost 30 seconds. Scared the CRAP out of me. Wake myself up snoring pretty...
Fragile Earth Jun 13 60 13 rss
More melting! Well ATS, it appears that the runaway melting if the Antarctic is going full steam ahead and is getting faster. Scientists are saying that this melting has already increased three-fold since 2012 based offf of satellite data. Antarctica is shedding ice at an accelerating rate. Satellites monitoring...
new study results indicate cafeine has some very positive impacts on the heart and mitochondira. Maybe this is why I am not dead yet! :) Research by Heinrich-Heine-University and the IUF-Leibniz Research Institute for Environmental...
Fragile Earth Jun 20 34 11 rss
Ahhhhh yes, bunk mainstream bias science. The new neo-scientific paradigm is do not challenge the authority even though the basis of science is the challenging of information. This essay and review of research into the carbon cycle and its effect upon the biosphere, more specifically...
I know its a you tube Video But at 8 :20 in The application used and what is said is absolutely terrifying . Also pay attention to the responses the AI gives even joking around thru out the Q & A... this is a glimpse at what's in store for a...
Fragile Earth Jun 24 23 14 rss
Heard this once, from an old man who was a hermit who meditate for 23 hours a day in the desert and survived on sun gazing and breathing exercises and apparently he never poops. He told me that the glaciers are actually growing on the earth so I had to look it up, I thought, with the global warming cataclysm approaching us in 100 years there's no way this is possible....
Fragile Earth Jun 3 64 39 rss
Ok, this is fantastic. The compass for the erupting Volcano is reversing as instrument laden craft fly around the main vent before the eruption that has...
After more than four decades of searching for organic molecules on the surface of Mars, scientists have conclusively found them in mudstones on the...
Fragile Earth May 27 39 34 rss
Wow, this looks really bad. Terrible situation for the folks living in these areas. Check out the insane videos below...
By Rafi Letzter, Staff Writer | June 1, 2018 04:49pm ET Scientists have produced the firmest evidence yet of so-called sterile neutrinos, mysterious...
So, I find this to be really cool. I seems that for the first time ever, scientists have recorded on video a bacterium use its pili (an appendage) to snare...
A lot of people say time is an illusion and it isn't real. On a fundamental level there's no time because there's no distance between events. This is why quantum experiment's can violate what we see as causality....
Space Exploration May 20 26 35 rss
The Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite or TESS for short is preparing for its final burn to put it into its operating orbit on May 30th...
Fragile Earth May 17 28 33 rss
Just hapened 10 mins ago. looks like the volcano has had an explosive eruption. Ash plume is at 25K feet. More as it becomes available. An explosive eruption...

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