The electric hum of life may have originated with primordial lightning

Visitors:0
Today\\\'s Visitors: 0
Total Visitors This week: 1071359

Continue reading

Is teleportation possible? Yes, in the quantum world

Visitors:158
Today\\\'s Visitors: 0
Total Visitors This week: 1071359

“Beam me up” is one of the most famous catchphrases from the Star Trek series. It is the command issued when a character wishes to teleport from a remote location back to the Starship Enterprise. Continue reading

Hawaii just got a new ‘largest volcano on Earth.’ (Condolences to Mauna Loa.)

Visitors:5056
Today\\\'s Visitors: 0
Total Visitors This week: 1071359

Poking out of the sea 590 miles (952 kilometers) northwest of Honolulu, Hawaii, two barren peaks rear their heads. The little pinnacles, which stand about 170 feet (52 meters) above sea level at their highest point, bely a monstrous mountain of ancient magma beneath them. Turns out, these two unassuming nubbins are actually the tips of Pūhāhonu — the single largest volcano on Earth, scientists have found. Continue reading

Giant tectonic plate under Indian Ocean is breaking in two

Visitors:160
Today\\\'s Visitors: 0
Total Visitors This week: 1071359

The giant tectonic plate under the Indian Ocean is going through a rocky breakup … with itself. Continue reading

Oldest connection with Native Americans identified near Lake Baikal in Siberia

Visitors:192
Today\\\'s Visitors: 0
Total Visitors This week: 1071359

Newly sequenced genomes from prehistoric hunter-gatherers in the region of Lake Baikal reveal connections with First Americans and across Eurasia Continue reading

TAIWAN: No Lockdowns, No Closed Businesses, Non-WHO Member, and Relatively Unaffected by COVID-19

Visitors:139
Today\\\'s Visitors: 0
Total Visitors This week: 1071359

Johns Hopkins University had predicted that Taiwan would have the second most COVID-19 cases in the world, due to its close proximity to Mainland China. Continue reading

Remains of 90 million-year-old rainforest discovered under Antarctic ice

Visitors:173
Today\\\'s Visitors: 0
Total Visitors This week: 1071359

Fossil traces of an ancient rainforest were just unearthed in West Antarctica. Continue reading

This could be the ‘coronavirus game changer’ – Retracted study from Chinese medical journal warned the killer virus could be airborne

Visitors:102
Today\\\'s Visitors: 0
Total Visitors This week: 1071359

This new story over at the Daily Mail deserves immediate attention this morning because if true, we’re now witnessing a ‘coronavirus game changer’. As the Daily Mail story reported, doctors and scientists in China have been researching how one man there passed on the virus to 9 different people aboard a bus and 13 people in total and as that study concluded, not only can the virus be spread much further than previously believed, it can also ‘linger in the air for up to 30 minutes’. Continue reading

Spooky ‘blood snow’ invades Antarctic island

Visitors:215
Today\\\'s Visitors: 0
Total Visitors This week: 1071359

Continue reading

Special Report: A Plastic Tide

Visitors:246
Today\\\'s Visitors: 0
Total Visitors This week: 1071359

STORY AT-A-GLANCE

  • The world now produces 299 million tons of plastics a year, most of which ends up in the oceans
  • A hard-hitting documentary from Sky News, “A Plastic Tide,” showcases the urgent problem of plastic pollution and what some activists are doing about it
  • Volunteers in Mumbai, India, and other places are cleaning up the plastic pollution on beaches
  • Marine animals die from eating plastic, which they can mistake for food or become entangled in
  • CT scans reveal plastic in the tissues of mussels found in Belgium

Continue reading

The lost continent of Zealandia hides clues to the Ring of Fire’s birth

Visitors:216
Today\\\'s Visitors: 0
Total Visitors This week: 1071359

The hidden undersea continent of Zealandia underwent an upheaval at the time of the birth of the Pacific Ring of Fire. Continue reading

Beyond Cold

Visitors:524
Today\\\'s Visitors: 0
Total Visitors This week: 1071359

An intensifying climate crisis threatens more than half of the world’s GDP, research says, and though they say its because of warming it also could be, will be, because of cooling. Cities and towns in Canada and many in the States and other parts of the world are being buried in snow bringing economic activity to a halt. Though I make an extensive case for this below, one can hardly keep up with and report on all the cold climate news, though you will not read one word about it in the corporate owned elite controlled press. Continue reading

There’s a Lost Continent Hiding Beneath Europe

Visitors:270
Today\\\'s Visitors: 0
Total Visitors This week: 1071359

“Greater Adria” existed hundreds of millions of years ago after it broke off from the supercontinent Gondwana. Continue reading

Most detailed images of the Sun ever captured show patterns of turbulent ‘boiling’ plasma with ‘cells’ the size of Texas that transport heat from the core to the surface

Visitors:406
Today\\\'s Visitors: 0
Total Visitors This week: 1071359

  • The shots were taken by the Daniel K. Inouye Solar Telescope on Maui, Hawaii
  • Each cell has bright parts where plasma upwells and dark lanes where it sinks
  • Such images will allow experts to study the Sun and the space weather it creates
  • Predicting intense solar activity is important to protect technology here on Earth

Continue reading

Black holes shouldn’t echo, but this one might. Score 1 for Stephen Hawking?

Visitors:297
Today\\\'s Visitors: 0
Total Visitors This week: 1071359

Black holes are infinitely dense objects surrounded by smooth event horizons.
(Image: © Shutterstock)

This isn’t how black holes are supposed to behave. Continue reading