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Tuesday, January 2nd, 2018

 

Drones Are Diving Under Antarctic Ice to Map Unseen Portions of Our World

As sea levels rise and the need to understand our changing planet grows more serious, we come to face the mysteries of the Antarctic shelves, which hide below them a secret world. Beneath these massive shelves rests glorious caves and canyons, continually carved away by moving, melting water. Ice cracks and tide flow through and tug at its edges, warm and cool water mixing together in this underwater world that exists below as ridgesRead More


First Blue Moon Total Lunar Eclipse in 150 Years Coming This Month

The first eclipse of 2018 will be a lunar one that comes at the very end of the month, on Jan. 31. It will be a total eclipse that involves the second full moon of the month, popularly referred to as a Blue Moon. Such a skywatching event hasn’t happened for more than 150 years. The eclipse will take place during the middle of the night, and the Pacific OceanRead More


The real toll of the New Year’s Eve that Macron is hiding from you

In the course, 1,031 vehicles were burned and 510 people were arrested in France, figures up from last year, said Monday the Interior Ministry in a statement posted on Twitter . Sunday night was particularly marked by the violent attack on two policemen in Champigny-sur-Marne. In total, the Interior Ministry counted eight police officers and three soldiers from Operation Sentinelle wounded. Europe 1 As every year, the evening of EveRead More


Undeniable Proof That the UN Is Here to Take Our Guns

I certainly do not have a crystal ball, but I am an historical expert on how tyranny comes to power. I have studied the emergence of every tyrannical government in the 20th Century and they ALL have certain things in common. As I stated in an earlier part of this series, Obama was to be the setup man in which he was to erase as many civil liberties as possible.Read More