Archive for the ‘Earth Changes’ Category

The Mandela Effect

The Mandela Effect is a theory of parallel universes, based in the idea that because large groups of people have similar alternative memories about past events. It is so named because many people have memories of Nelson Mandela dying much earlier than recorded.
There are those out there that may scoff at this phenomenon, but to […]

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Antarctica Pyramid?

Images on Google earth have revealed the existence of the four-sided structure, which bears an uncanny resemblance to the famous Egyptian pyramids built thousands of years ago. 
Covered by snow on each side, the find has prompted theories that what is now the snowy caps of the earth was once inhabited by humanity.
Three structures have apparently […]

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Asteroid to have a close brush with Earth in two weeks

Kolkata: A piece of rock will have a close encounter with the Earth on February 16, coming closer than some of the geostationary satellites orbiting the planet, said an official. The asteroid, known as 2012 DA14, is about 148 metre in diameter and is on a close encounter course with the planet. […]

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Arctic ice to reach record lows, say scientists

Sea ice in the Arctic Ocean is likely to shrink to a record small size sometime next week, and then keep on melting, a scientist at the U.S. National Snow and Ice Data Center said on Monday.

"A new daily record … would be likely by the end of August," said Ted Scambos, lead scientist […]

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Greenland Ice Sheet Melts At Abnormal Blazing Speed

Melting over the Greenland ice sheet shattered the seasonal record on August 8 – a full four weeks before the close of the melting season, reports Marco Tedesco, assistant professor of Earth and atmospheric sciences at The City College of New York.
The melting season in Greenland usually lasts from June – when the first puddles […]

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NASA Records One of Fastest Solar Flares on Record

Late last month, the sun let off another solar flare—and the particles associated with the storm were some of the fastest NASA has ever recorded, reaching speeds of up to 2,200 miles per second, or 7.92 million miles per hour.

NASA scientist Phillip Chamberlin, with the solar physics laboratory, called the July 23 "coronal mass ejection," […]

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Arctic mega storm is so powerful it’s turning the ice cap into “slush”

A massive storm has been lashing the Arctic, and its fury is so great that it’s actually breaking up the remaining ice at the pole and whipping it into a substance that one scientist called "slushy." Over at the awesome DotEarth blog, Andrew Revkin has been keeping tabs on the storm, which is incredibly unusual […]

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