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Apocalyptic Hurricane Sandy Photos PDF Print E-mail
Written by Nibiru   
Tuesday, 13 November 2012 08:00

Some fake Hurricane Sandy photos flew around Twitter and Facebook on Monday, as users shared jaw-dropping images. Unfortunately, the race to post the most striking pics has most folks skipping the all-important fact check. Couple of the following apocalyptic pictures are not real or are from a different time/event.

Tomb of the Unknown Soldier

Soldiers weather hurricane conditions at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. The moving photo purporting to show soldiers standing guard at the Arlington National Cemetery monument during Hurricane Sandy quickly spread on the social web. But the Old Guard pointed out that the photo was actually a shot taken in September.


Last Updated on Tuesday, 05 February 2013 13:22
Greenland Ice Sheet Melts at Unusually Fast Pace PDF Print E-mail
Written by Planet X   
Wednesday, 25 July 2012 11:13

Unusual Greenland Ice Sheet Melt

Greenland's surface ice cover melted over a larger area than at any time in more than 30 years of satellite observations. Nearly the entire ice cover of Greenland, from its thin, low-lying coastal edges to its 2-mile-thick (3.2-kilometer) center, experienced some degree of melting at its surface, according to measurements from three independent satellites analyzed by NASA and university scientists.

On average in the summer, about half of the surface of Greenland's ice sheet naturally melts. At high elevations, most of that melt water quickly refreezes in place. Near the coast, some of the melt water is retained by the ice sheet, and the rest is lost to the ocean. But this year the extent of ice melting at or near the surface jumped dramatically. According to satellite data, an estimated 97 percent of the ice sheet surface thawed at some point in mid-July.

Researchers have not yet determined whether this extensive melt event will affect the overall volume of ice loss this summer and contribute to sea level rise.

"The Greenland ice sheet is a vast area with a varied history of change. This event, combined with other natural but uncommon phenomena, such as the large calving event last week on Petermann Glacier, are part of a complex story," said Tom Wagner, NASA's cryosphere program manager in Washington. "Satellite observations are helping us understand how events like these may relate to one another as well as to the broader climate system."

Son Nghiem of NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, Calif. was analyzing radar data from the Indian Space Research Organisation's (ISRO) Oceansat-2 satellite last week when he noticed that most of Greenland appeared to have undergone surface melting on July 12. Nghiem said, "This was so extraordinary that at first I questioned the result: was this real or was it due to a data error?"

Read Full Story: Greenland Ice Sheet Melts at Unusually Fast Pace

Last Updated on Wednesday, 25 July 2012 11:28
Midwest Tornadoes: 'Life-Threatening' Storms PDF Print E-mail
Written by LiveNews   
Saturday, 14 April 2012 08:47

The National Weather Service is testing phrases like 'catastrophic' and 'unsurvivable' to describe looming storm systems in a bid to engage Americans’ survival instincts. Saturday's tornado-bearing storm was called 'high-end' and 'life-threatening,’ reported The ChristianScience Monitor.

Forecasters are expecting tornadoes, baseball-sized hail and 70 miles-per-hour winds across parts of Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, Oklahoma, and Texas as the system moves out of the Rockies, fueled by warm air from the Gulf of Mexico. Erratic upper atmospheric winds could help start tornadoes spinning, forecasters say.

Tornado sirens sounded across Oklahoma City early Saturday with the most dangerous weather expected to develop in the afternoon. According to local media, at least three possible tornadoes were reported west and north of the city, though no injuries were immediately reported, said Oklahoma Department of Emergency Management official Michelann Ooten. The National Weather Service, which is working to confirm the tornadoes, said the storms damaged some homes.

Read Full Story and Watch video Report: Midwest Tornadoes: 'Life-Threatening' Storms

Last Updated on Saturday, 14 April 2012 09:05
Global Warming Truth PDF Print E-mail
Written by Nibiru   
Friday, 02 December 2011 16:11

We all have heard the following data and information about global warming that is to say the least scary and almost apocalyptic.  Scientists have said that the current phase of global warming is changing the regularity of climate, seasons and temperatures that all living things have come to rely upon. There are few questions that experts, environmental organizations, governments and even businesses are asking themselves today; what will we do to slow this warming? How can we face the weather changes we've already set into motion?

Global warming the Truth

And mostly how our civilization will survive the climate change at the rate that was accepted by a consensus among of scientists at the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)–that is, that the earth will warm during this century by around 3° C

 Global Warming Truth Article

Other Planets Showing Signs of Global Warming

Michu KaKu Discuss Global Warming 

Last Updated on Friday, 02 December 2011 17:54
Birth of a Storm Photos PDF Print E-mail
Written by Mother Nature   
Thursday, 27 October 2011 10:30

Storms are a disturbance on a planet’s atmosphere affecting its surface. They are usually characterized by accompanying rushes of wind, rain, thunder, lightning, sow, hail and sleet. Storms are exciting to watch on television but can be vastly destructive in reality. In Photos, this article will display the beauty of what can be a truly destructive storm.

Birth of a Storm

Thunderstorms are the most common type of storms and are known to accompany tornadoes, hurricanes etc. They are formed due to the convection currents. In the formation of a tornado, the air which is heated, rises and is pushed upwards by heavier, cooler mass of air. As the air moves up higher, it begins to cool and expand. The water vapour in the air cools and condenses to form water droplets. With this process carrying for a prolonged period of time, a big thundercloud is formed and looms high in the sky. The activity of the air currents moving upward creates friction and electric discharges are set-off, resulting into lightning. The air cools down further, strong winds begin to blow and rain falls as the drops become too heavy to be sustained in the cloud.

Birth of a Storm Photos

Last Updated on Thursday, 27 October 2011 11:02

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