Monday, October 23, 2017
(The hole in the sea ice as seen by NASA satellite imagery on September 25.NASA)A massive hole called a polynya recently appeared in Antarctica's frozen sea ice. The hole is unusual because it's huge and far from the coast where...
Starting October 9, 2017, people of the South Africa have had to withstand a massive storm, which has caused the immeasurable damage to several provinces, including Gauteng, Mpumalanga, and KwaZulu-Natal, leaving Johannesburg flooded and other major South African cities....
A hurricane warning was in effect from Grand Isle, Louisiana, to the Alabama/Florida border on Friday as Tropical Storm Nate—already a deadly storm in Central America—gathered strength over the warm waters of the Northwest Caribbean. Nate was speeding north-northwest at...
Doomsday may be here soon than expected, if you believe the conspiracy theorists claiming that the Earth is due to collide with another planet later this month.Bible passages apparently supporting the centuries' old prediction of the end of the...
As feared, Hurricane Maria rapidly strengthened Monday as it took aim at Puerto Rico and islands left in ruins by Hurricane Irma.Maria intensified to a Category 3 hurricane, hurling maximum sustained winds of 120 mph. The mammoth storm nearly...
The eclipse on Monday (Aug. 21 2017) was the first in nearly a century to cast the moon's shadow on the entire contiguous United States (the last one was in 1918). The moon's shadow crossed 14 states, from Oregon...
Meteorologist Jason Dunning It's very important when seeing updates on Hurricane Irma to remember that the storm isn't just a point on a map. This is a massive storm, close to being the size of Florida if you measure the...
On Monday, Hurricane Irma strengthened into a category 4 hurricane, and some meteorologists are projecting that it will eventually become a category 5 storm before it eventually makes landfall in the United States.  And since a “category 6” has not been created...
Irma spun into a monster storm Tuesday morning with sustained winds topping 180 mph, becoming the strongest Atlantic hurricane ever recorded outside the Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean, National Hurricane Center forecasters said in their 11 a.m. advisory.As the...
The U.S. National Hurricane Center said Irma was a "potentially catastrophic" storm with maximum sustained winds of 180 mph (285 kph) as it bore down on the twin-island nation of Antigua and Barbuda. It was centered about 225 miles...

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