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Kirby: I hope I don't have to explain religion to space aliens

ROBERT KIRBY, Apr 10 2016
In the upcoming issue of Discover magazine, scientists explore the possibility of Earth being contacted by technologically superior extraterrestrials who don't necessarily arrive with good intentions. We would be in a lot of trouble.

NASA Releases Archived Audio Tapes of the Eerie Sounds Apollo 10 Astronauts Heard on Far Side of Moon

Tré Goins-Phillips, Feb. 22, 2016
After remaining in the shadows for decades, new audio between two Apollo 10 astronauts has been brought to the light, and it reveals “weird music” coming from the far side of the moon.

A Decades-Long Quest to Drill Into Earth's Mantle May Soon Hit Pay Dirt

Sid Perkins, January 25, 2016
Geologists have had to contend with bad luck, budget cuts and the race to the moon in their efforts to drill deep into our planet

Mass animal die-off with 100% mortality rate baffles scientists; something is going terribly wrong on planet Earth

A critically endangered species of antelope has been driven further to the brink of extinction following a mysterious and substantial die-off of its herd over the summer.

Volcanoes do NOT erupt due to mantle plumes… Perhaps we need to re-think Hawaii and Iceland!

Our understanding of erupting volcanoes has been wrong over all these years. Scientists have discovered that the erupting volcanoes are not the result of strong mantle plumes of magma coming from the interior of the Earth. What’s more?

Nuclear Disaster in Fukushima and Death of the Pacific Ocean

The Guardian starts out a terrible tale saying, “The waters of the Pacific off the coast of California are a clear, shimmering blue today, so transparent it’s possible to see the sandy bottom below.

Did a Comet Hit Earth 12,000 Years Ago?

Roughly 12,900 years ago, massive global cooling kicked in abruptly, along with the end of the line for some 35 different mammal species, including the mammoth, as well as the so-called Clovis culture of prehistoric North Americans. Various theories have been proposed for the die-off, ranging from abrupt climate change to over hunting once humans were let loose on the wilds of North America.

Effects of Ancient Meteor Impacts Still Visible on Earth Today

More than 35 million years ago, a 15-story wall of water triggered by an asteroid strike washed over Virginia from its coast, then located at Richmond, to the foot of the inland Blue Ridge Mountains — an impact that would affect millions of people should it occur today. Yet despite its age, the effects of this ancient asteroid strike, as well as other epic space rock impact scars, can still be felt today, scientists say.