A radio astronomer of the Solar-Terrestrial Center of Excellence detected a burst of radiation in solar measurements made in Humain, Belgium. He alarmed the space weather forecaster on duty.
Recent reports confirming that Reactors 1, 2, and 3 of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear facility completely melted just hours after the devastating earthquake and tsunami hit the area on March 11, have been trumped by even worse news that those same reactors have all likely "melted through," a situation that according to Japan's Daily Yomiuri DY is "the worst possibility in a nuclear accident."
A New York Times news service article from March started with these words, “Amid widening alarm in the United States and elsewhere about Japan’s nuclear crisis……” Today that widening alarm has diminished and we hardly hear much of anything in the mainstream news. But two months ago we heard, “Authorities reached for evermore desperate and unconventional methods to cool damaged reactors.” “Washington presented a far bleaker threat than the Japanese government had offered.”
After publishing More Bizarre Than Science Fiction I was both saturated and sick of the doom and gloom (so was my wife and a few others I know). I now feel inspired to share on a different level. I don’t think there is anyone out there reading my materials that can possibly say that I have not warned people sufficiently about the radiation and a broad array of issues that are confronting us. I have done my job—fulfilled my responsibilities of communicating truths as they present themselves to my consciousness.
“In the years leading up to Chernobyl, some dairy farmers in Austria were using remineralization as a part of their operations.
A cold snap in Greenland in the 12th century may help explain why Viking settlers vanished from the island, scientists said on Monday.
Typhoon Songda churned northeast along Pacific coasts in southern Japan yesterday, bringing heavy rains and staying on course to hit Tokyo as it weakened.
It is nothing short of astonishing that the nuclear catastrophe we've all been told was "no big deal" has now escalated into the worst nuclear disaster in the history of human civilization.
A new study is causing fresh doubts about the safety of genetically modified crops. The research found Bt toxin, which is present in many GM crops, in human blood.
From a hillside, Kamal Saadat looked forlornly at hundreds of potential customers, knowing he could not take them for trips in his boat to enjoy a spring weekend on picturesque Oroumieh Lake, the third largest saltwater lake on earth.