Cold Weather Splits 1,200-Year-Old Oak Near Wrexham

February 13th, 2010

Cold weather is believed to have caused one of Britain's oldest trees - known as the Great Oak at the Gates of the Dead - to split down the middle. The 1,200-year-old oak, near Chirk, Wrexham, has a 34ft (10m) circumference trunk and is thought to date back to the reign of King Egbert in 802.


British Global Brands Reject Amazon Deforestation

January 21st, 2010

Four of the biggest companies involved in Brazilian cattle farming have joined forces to stop the purchase of cattle from newly deforested areas of the Amazon. Meat companies Marfrig, Bertin, JBS-Friboi and Minerva yesterday signed a formal moratorium in which they pledge better protection for the rainforest.


Geoengineering Conference to Discuss Blocking Sun

Written By Paul Joseph Watson
January 15th, 2010

As hundreds of people die worldwide as a result of record low temperatures in the midst of a savage winter, scientists are preparing for a conference in which they will discuss measures to use geoengineering to block out the sun. “The summit of climate scientists, to be held in California in March, will examine drastic techniques for slowing climate change that are controversial and have been described as “geo-piracy,”


HAARP's Norway Antenna Array Causing Untold Havoc in the Sky.

January 15th, 2010

Russian scientists are reporting to Prime Minister Putin today that the high-energy beam fired into the upper heavens from the United States High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program (HAARP) radar facility in Ramfjordmoen, Norway this past month has resulted in a “catastrophic puncturing” of our Plant’s thermosphere thus allowing into the troposphere an “unimpeded thermal inversion” of the exosphere, which is the outermost layer of Earth’s atmosphere.


Researchers Make Breakthrough in Transparent Spray-On Solar

Written By Jerry James Stone
January 15th, 2010

New Energy Technologies–who introduced us to harvesting energy from roadways–has developed transparent solar cells which can be sprayed onto any glass surface. How?They successfully removed all metals from the solar cell. A huge challenge as the metal component in the cells act as a negative ‘polar contact.’ And they replaced those metals with an eco-friendly compound: one you can see through!


Electric Car Road Test Planned for Quebec

January 15th, 2010

The C$4.5 million ($4.4 million) project, which organizers say will be Canada's biggest trial yet of all-electric vehicles, is planned for this autumn near the Boucherville research facility of Hydro-Quebec, the provincial government-owned electricity utility. "It will allow us to advance our knowledge of the technology and its integration into our grid, which in turn, will help us plan the necessary charging infrastructure for homes, offices and public places," said Thierry Vandal, Hydro-Quebec's chief executive.


Frozen Britain Seen From Above

January 8th, 2010

This striking image taken by Nasa's Terra satellite on 7 January shows the UK deep in the clutches of the current cold snap.


Jesse Ventura’s Conspiracy Theory Takes On Global Warming, Climategate

Written By Robert Quigley
January 5th, 2010

Jesse Ventura’s TruTV show Conspiracy Theory got contemporary last night when it covered two of today’s most-debated topics: global warming and Climategate. Last week, the show announced that it wouldn’t shy from controversy by taking on 9/11 conspiracy theories. (And really, what kind of self-respecting show about conspiracy theories would shy from controversy?) But Ventura had already been on the record as a 9/11 skeptic before the show. With his unique take on global warming, Ventura takes it up a notch.


Famous San Francisco sea lions leave in droves

Written by Evelyn Nieves
December 30th, 2009

Two mysteries surround a huge herd of sea lions that were hanging out on a pier in San Francisco Bay: Why did so many show up, and why did so many leave at once?

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Philippine villagers flee their homes amid fears of major volcanic eruption


December 22nd, 2009

Tens of thousands of villagers have been evacuated from their homes in the Philippines amid growing fears that its most active volcano is about to erupt. Scientists raised the alert level to four – the second highest – after a huge increase in activity today at the Mayon volcano. The army were drafted in to help the police enforce the ban on villagers entering a five-mile exclusion zone. Scientists raised the alert level after 453 volcanic earthquakes were detected in a five-hour span today, compared with just over 200 on Saturday, said Renato Solidum, head of the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology.

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