Archive For The “In the News” Category

Another Strong Earthquake on “Ring of Fire”

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WELLINGTON, New Zealand — A powerful earthquake that struck in the southern Pacific Ocean on Wednesday sent jitters around the region after authorities warned of possible tsunamis, but there were no initial reports of destructive waves or major damage. The magnitude 7.5 quake hit in the afternoon near New Caledonia at a shallow depth, where…

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Ukraine-Russia sea clash: Sea of Azov incident raises tensions — and questions

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Russia ceases three Ukrainian vessels, shot, and detained some of their sailors. Ukrainian’s president invokes martial law as he calls this an act of provocation. From all accounts, Ukraine invoked martial law as it fears an invasion from Russia is the next move. If Russia’s past dealings with Crimea is any indication, Ukraine’s fears may…

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Terrifying climate change warning: 12 years until we’re doomed

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Earth is on track to face devastating consequences of climate change – extreme drought, food shortages and deadly flooding – unless there’s an “unprecedented” effort made to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 2030, a new United Nations report warns. The planet’s surface has already warmed by 1 degree Celsius – or 1.8 degrees Fahrenheit –…

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You have made history’: Netanyahu hails Trump at Jerusalem embassy opening

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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday praised Donald Trump for “making history by recognizing history” at a ceremony dedicating the new US embassy in Jerusalem, while President Reuven Rivlin thanked the US president for “keeping his promise.” “What a glorious day,” Netanyahu told the crowd at the new embassy building in the Jerusalem neighborhood of…

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Hezbollah chief says Iran rocket fire on Golan marks start of ‘new phase’

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Nasrallah claims Israel lied about magnitude of Iranian salvo from Syria, warns of ‘response’ to further Israeli raids The head of the Lebanese terror group Hezbollah claimed Monday that Israel had lied about the extent of last week’s Iranian rocket strike on the Golan Heights, and said the Israeli military would now think twice about…

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Lava Continues to Flow in Hawaii Destroying At Least 26 Homes

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Lava and gas continued to erupt from Kilauea volcano across a remote, rural neighborhood on Hawaii Island, and by Monday had destroyed 35 structures, including at least 26 homes, authorities said. By Monday, the emission of lava from multiple fissures had become minimal, the U.S. Geological Survey Hawaiian Volcano Observatory said, but “this is likely…

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Are Israel and Iran Preparing for War?

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Israel National News reports: “Israel appears to be preparing for war with the Islamic Republic of Iran, US officials told NBC News. ‘On the list of the potentials for most likely live hostility around the world, the battle between Israel and Iran in Syria is at the top of the list right now,’ one of…

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Two ‘halves’ of Christmas?

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A federal judge appointed to the bench by President Obama says the public transit authority in Washington, D.C. has the right to ban religious-themed Christmas advertisements. The Archdiocese of Washington had filed for an emergency injunction after the Washington Metropolitan Ara Transit Authority rejected a Christmas ad promoting its annual “Find the Perfect Gift” program….

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Rise of Machines Update

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A few months ago, I posted an article about mechanized soldiers by 2025. Since the early 2000′s, I am leaning heavy to human soldiers dressed in some type of protective suit that also aids in jumping and probably with seeing and hearing as the fulfillment of Joel’s army. But now, the signs are pointing more…

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Uber Air?

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Uber is turning to the expert for its flying car project: NASA. The ride hailing service announced Wednesday, Nov. 8, that it signed a deal with NASA to help develop traffic systems for its flying taxi project. The new lineup of flying cars with improved route systems could start testing in new markets as soon…

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