Archive for the 'Science' Category

Icelandic Volcano Eruption Footage

• April, 2010

Icelandic Volcano Eruption Footage .::. <<video>> <<Editors notE>> A nice piece of footage of the recent volcano outburst in Iceland. For a whole lot of people, all this is just daily news (volcanic regions, obviously). Yet for Europe, it did bring along some panic. (considering the closure of many main airports…). Enjoy the side-effects of playing around with mother nature.

UFO – a JOSE ESCAMILLA film “for your eyes only”

• April, 2010

<<Editors notE>> A nice long UFO documentary made by Jose Escamilla that discusses many of the current knowledge about ET crafts, free energy solutions, government cover-ups, ET-craft crashlandings, testimonies from former government officials currently also working together with the “disclosure project” – crew. Enjoy the watching, make of it what you will. In the end, the truth always comes out! Disclose.tv – UFO 4 your eyes only part 1

Warp Drive Engine Could Suck Earth Into Black Hole

• April, 2010

Warp Drive Engine Could Suck Earth Into Black Hole “Star Trek” makes faster-than-light travel look easy, but according to new calculations by Italian physicists, a warp drive could easily create a black hole that would incinerate any passengers on a space craft and then suck Earth into a black hole. “Warp drives are so far the best case scenario to attain faster-than-light travel,” said Stefano Finazzi of Italy’s International School for Advanced Studies. This paper “makes it much harder to realize, if not almost impossible,

Europe’s Largest Undersea Volcano May Flood Southern Italy Any Moment

• April, 2010

Europe’s Largest Undersea Volcano May Flood Southern Italy Any Moment The Marsili Volcano Europe’s largest undersea volcano could disintegrate and unleash a tsunami that would engulf southern Italy “at any time”, a prominent vulcanologist warned in an interview published Monday. The Marsili volcano, which is bursting with magma, has “fragile walls” that could collapse, Enzo Boschi told the leading daily Corriere della Sera. “It could even happen tomorrow,” said Boschi, president of the National Institute of Geophysics and Volcanology (INGV). “Our latest research shows that

Getting WISE About Nemesis

• April, 2010

Getting WISE About Nemesis A dark object may be lurking near our solar system, occasionally kicking comets in our direction. Nicknamed “Nemesis” or “The Death Star,” this undetected object could be a red or brown dwarf star, or an even darker presence several times the mass of Jupiter. Why do scientists think something could be hidden beyond the edge of our solar system? Originally, Nemesis was suggested as a way to explain a cycle of mass extinctions on Earth. The paleontologists David Raup and Jack

Large Hadron Collider Set To Hit 7 Tera-Electron Volts

• April, 2010

Large Hadron Collider Set To Hit 7 Tera-Electron Volts The Large Hadron Collider (LHC) will for the first time collide particles at an energy of 7 tera-electron volts (TeV), or 3.5 TeV per beam, on March 30, the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) said on its website. The world’s most powerful atom smasher accelerated its proton beams to 3.5 TeV per beam on March 19, but no collisions were practiced then. “Between now and March 30, the LHC team will be working with 3.5

Chile quake moved entire city 3 metres to west

• March, 2010

Chile quake moved entire city 3 metres to west THE massive earthquake which struck the west coast of Chile last month moved the entire city of Concepcion more than three metres to the west. Preliminary measurements drawn from global positioning stations showed that Concepcion, Chile’s second largest city, is now 3.04 meters further west than it was prior to the 8.8-magnitude quake which struck February 27. It was the fifth most powerful quake recorded since instruments have been available to measure seismic shifts and there

Purple snow in southern Russia

• March, 2010

Purple snow in southern Russia Prime Time Russia The morning after “Woman’s Day”, lots of people in Southern Russia couldn’t believe what they were seeing when they found purple snow in their streets. Multi-coloured snowfall had landed in Russia’s Stravropol region.

LHC Maintenance shutdown in 2011

• March, 2010

LHC Maintenance shutdown in 2011 Katie Yurkewicz The LHC will shut down for about one year – but not until late 2011 What the BBC reported yesterday is true, but is not exactly news. A revised schedule for the LHC’s next few years was announced in early February by CERN. According to the revised schedule, the LHC will run at a maximum energy of 3.5 TeV per beam for a period of about 18 months, starting with the first collisions at 3.5 TeV per beam