19 ene. 2018

Global Warming in the Arctic has Broken Climate Change Data Algorithms

While the global average temperature continues to rise, it does so disproportionately around the world: the closer to the poles one gets, the more drastic this temperature rise becomes, a phenomenon in climate science called Polar Amplification. This effect has become so drastic that some areas of the Arctic, such as the Barents and Chukchi seas, are up to 4ºC (7.2ºF) warmer than average. And now these temperature extremes are breaking climate data algorithms, such as in the case of climate data being recorded in Utqiagvik, Alaska.

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Michigan Meteor Causes 2.0 Earthquake -- and may have Reached the Earth's Surface

The United States Geological Survey has confirmed that a bright meteor that broke up over the Detroit area on the evening of January 16 caused a 2.0 magnitude earthquake in Michigan. The meteorite fell about five miles (8 kilometers) from the village of New Haven.

"After reviewing several observational datasets, the NWS can confirm the flash and boom was NOT thunder or lightning, but instead a likely meteor," tweeted the Detroit's National Weather Service office, in response to social media activity regarding the 8:08 PM event. The USGS confirmation followed shortly after the NWS tweet.

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The Grays Have Been Framed: Exploitation in the UFO Community

Wednesday January 17, 2018
Investigative journalist Jack Brewer joins us to discuss all the latest hullaballoo regarding official alien disclosure. Naturally, this being The Experience, the conversation does not follow along conventional lines.
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17 ene. 2018

Massive Reservoirs of Ice have been Found just under the Surface of Mars

A significant layer of water ice has been spotted across the mid latitudes of Mars, located just a few feet below the planet's surface. This new finding adds a new layer to the geological history of the Red Planet, and also may offer a useful source of water for future human expeditions sent there.

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Australian Firehawks Deliberately Start Wildfires to Flush Out Prey

Adding to the list of animals that make use of tools, it turns out that Australian raptors deliberately set fires to flush out prey, picking up burning sticks from an existing fire and dropping them onto dry grass to start a new conflagration. Although this is news to modern science, stories of this behavior are interwoven into Aboriginal culture, from knowledge that spans back through the millennia.

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16 ene. 2018

Mexico: Enigmatic Object Recorded Over Popocatepetl's Crater



Source: PLANETA UFO (Argentina) and Diario CAMBIO (Mexico)
Date: January 15, 2018


Mexico: Enigmatic Object Recorded Over Popocatepetl's Crater
Staff/Diario Cambio

A new video of an alleged unidentified flying obejct flying over the Popocatepetl Volcano's crater has been shared over the Internet.


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Premio Fundación BBVA para los padres de la criptografía moderna

Los matemáticos Shafi Goldwasser, Silvio Micali, Ronald Rivest y Adi Shamir han ganado el Premio Fundación BBVA Fronteras del Conocimiento de este año en la categoría de Tecnologías de la Información y la Comunicación. Estos cuatro investigadores han sentado las bases del campo de la criptografía con un impacto enorme en múltiples aspectos de nuestra vida cotidiana en la era digital: desde el uso del correo electrónico o las  redes sociales, hasta las compras on line o las transacciones financieras.
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15 ene. 2018

Does the Mysterious Big Void in the Great Pyramid hold a Throne made from Extraterrestrial Metal?

Last November, the Scan Pyramids project unveiled evidence that there is a 30-meter (100-foot) chamber running above the Grand Gallery in the Great Pyramid at Giza. The image of the chamber, produced by muon tomography (basically an x-ray of the pyramid, made using cosmic rays), is unfortunately imprecise, leading to a wide variety of ideas and speculation as to the chamber's function and what may lie within. One such idea has been put forward by a Italian astrophysicist/archaeoastronomer Giulio Magli, in that it may contain an iron throne for the pharaoh to sit upon, as part of his journey into the afterlife.

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13 ene. 2018

Who are We and Why are We Here?

January 19, 2018
What is consciousness and why does it matter whether or not we know? The truth is that our most basic understanding of who we are and what our fate may be depends on the answers to those two questions, and in this week's show Ervin Laszlo, one of the great thinkers and philosophers of our time, returns to Dreamland to tell us about the newest research into such things as whether or not consciousness lives only in the brain, and, if it is nonlocal, then what is the meaning of human life and the fate of a human being?

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12 ene. 2018

Researchers use AI to Decode Human Thought Patterns

Researchers at Japan's Kyoto University have developed a new artificial intelligence program that can be used to decode human thought patterns, translating brain scans into pictures of not only what the subject is looking at, but also simply remembering, into digital images that can be reviewed.

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Year of the UFO: Encounter in the Desert

January 12, 2018

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Detectan una nueva molécula aromática en una gigantesca guardería estelar

Con la ayuda de radiotelescopios, un equipo de astrónomos ha descubierto benzonitrilo en la nube molecular de Tauro, una región de formación de estrellas situada a 450 años luz. El hallazgo ayudará a comprender mejor el papel de sustancias orgánicas aromáticas como esta en la composición de las nuevas estrellas y planetas.
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11 ene. 2018

The Hypatia Stone Meteorite may be Older than the Solar System -- or from Somewhere Else Altogether

A new analysis of a small rock called the Hypatia Stone, presumed to be a fragment from a comet, reveals that it might either be from outside the Solar System, or older than the Sun itself.

Discovered in 1996 in the same region of the Eastern Sahara as the odd phenomenon known as Libyan Desert glass, a 2013 analysis of the Hypatia Stone discovered that it was of extraterrestrial origin, and was hypothesized to be a fragment of a cometary nucleus. However, a new analysis has found that the stone's odd atomic composition doesn't even match any known meteorite samples, implying that it is either from outside the Solar System, or it predates the formation of the Solar System itself.

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Detectan nuevas moléculas aromáticas en una gigantesca guardería estelar

Con la ayuda de radiotelescopios, un equipo de astrónomos ha descubierto benzonitrilo en la nube molecular de Tauro, situada a 450 años luz y donde se forman multitud de estrellas. El hallazgo ayudará a comprender mejor el papel de sustancias aromáticas como esta en la composición de las nuevas estrellas y planetas.
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