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Il Nono Pianeta

Forse Nibiru esiste davvero: c'è un altro pianeta nel sistema solare

Thursday, June 25, 2015

Pyramid on Mars


ParanormalCrucible used footage taken by Nasa's Curiosity Rover Structure, it says, is the 'result of intelligent design and not a trick of light'

Red Aurora


Earth is experiencing an ongoing geomagnetic storm that started on June 22, 2015 due to the arrival of an Earth-directed coronal mass ejection, or CME, from a minor flare on June 20, 2015

Tuesday, June 23, 2015

Human extinction in 100 years

Five years ago, Australian microbiologist, Dr. Frank Fenner, warned of the possible human extinction in a hundred years over blatant environmental degradation and overuse. Now, engineer and science writer David Auerbach went over the idea of human extinction again and has slammed the Group of 7 (G7) for not doing anything meaningful for human survival. 


Pyramid and bright spots on Ceres

Among the fascinating features on dwarf planet Ceres is an intriguing pyramid-shaped mountain protruding from a relatively smooth area.

Monday, June 22, 2015

Moria di Alberi in California

Dead pine trees like these in the San Bernardino National Forest


Siccità, insetti parassiti e riscaldamento globale: sono i tre colpevoli delle morie di foreste negli Stati Uniti occidentali. E la situazione non farà che peggiorare



LE ULTIME GIRAFFE


Vessillo indiscusso della natura africana dal Sub-Sahara al Sud-Africa, dal Kenya alla Nigeria, con il suo lungo collo e il passo elegante, la giraffa ha un futuro a rischio. Negli ultimi quindici anni ha subito un declino del 40%, con 80.000 esemplari rimasti in natura. 

Sunday, June 21, 2015

Earth enters its Sixth Mass Extinction


Mei Xiang, a giant panda (Ailuropoda melanoleuca) at the Smithsonian's National Zoo in Washington, D.C. There are fewer than 2,500 mature giant pandas left in the wild, according to the IUCN. Credit: Abby Wood, Smithsonian's National Zoo



Diverse animals across the globe are slipping away and dying as Earth enters its sixth mass extinction, a new study finds.

Thursday, June 18, 2015

Invasione di granchi in California


Una spiaggia rosso intenso, color corallo, solo che a darle questo tipico colore non è la sabbia, bensì granchi. Migliaia di granchi rimasti intrappolati sulla costa.

Meduse giganti invadono le spiagge del Regno Unito


Invasione di meduse giganti sulle spiagge del Regno Unito vicino a Swansea. 

Wednesday, June 10, 2015

THE LATEST SNAILS


Vanishing rhinos, elephants and polar bears get a lot of press, but researchers warn that disappearing invertebrates like land snails reveal the extent to which the sixth mass extinction is underway. 

Tuesday, June 9, 2015

60% of China’s underground water 'not fit for human contact'

Reuters/William Hong

About 60 percent of underground water in China, and one-third of its surface water, have been rated unfit for human contact last year, according to the environment ministry in Beijing.

The Last Yellow-Breasted Buntings

Photograph: Huang Qiusheng/AFP/Getty Images

Birds once abundant in Europe and Asia could share the same fate as passenger pigeon as they are killed in millions for food

Friday, June 5, 2015

THE LATEST TURTLES


Breed now, or see your kind die out with you. With extinctions raging at a maddening clip, more and more species face this alternative.

THE LATEST FROGS

Photo: Courtesy Alexandra North, University of Exeter
Frogs and other amphibians are among the most endangered animals in the world. From warming temperatures to habitat destruction, unnatural causes are driving a third of known species toward extinction.

Thursday, June 4, 2015

THE LATEST IBERIAN LYNXES

Photo: Cristina Quicler, AFP/Getty Images


The world's most endangered cat? The Iberian lynx is officially the feline at greatest risk of extinction.

LE ULTIME SAIGHE


In Kazakistan dalla metà di maggio oltre 120mila saighe sono morte, decimate da una misteriosa epidemia che potrebbe condurle all’estinzione.

Tuesday, June 2, 2015

Moria di Balene in California

A man touches a beached humpback whale with his foot in Pacifica, California, on 5 May. Photograph: Josh Edelson/AFP/Getty Images

Carcasse di balene trasportate dalla marea sulle coste della California settentrionale: è questo il macabro spettacolo che con maggiore frequenza, nelle ultime settimane, si sono trovati davanti i visitatori delle spiagge che da Monterey arrivano a Fort Bragg, passando per San Francisco e Santa Cruz.  

Monday, June 1, 2015

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