venerdì 21 novembre 2014

Large meteor burns over Oklahoma City (video)

A great meteor sighting over Oklahoma skies

lunedì 27 ottobre 2014

National Space Agency Angkasa: solar storm will cause three days of darkness. Real or Hoax?

PETALING JAYA: An online portal report that the earth will be in darkness from Dec 21 to 23 due to a solar storm is a hoax, the National Space Agency (Angkasa) said in a statement Monday. "The article quoted National Aeronautics and Space Administration (Nasa) president Charles Bolden who, according to the portal, said the news was the space agency's website. "However, there is no such news in the Nasa website. Other sources quoted in the story also couldn't be found, thus proving the news is fake," Angkasa said.

domenica 26 ottobre 2014

FEMA Prepares for Ebola Zombie Apocalypse?

The Ebola pandemic in West Africa has quickly grown into a global crisis, but an Ebola zombie apocalypse is not imminent. Internet users in China coined the term “zombie disease”

mercoledì 22 ottobre 2014

Several shots have been fired outside and inside Canada parliament

BREAKING.Several shots have been fired outside and inside the nation's parliament in Ottawa. Witnesses reported seeing a gunman firing at the Ottawa War Memorial and then running toward the government buildings, where more shots were heard. A soldier has been wounded in the attack, Canadian media report.

lunedì 20 ottobre 2014

Nottinghamshire braced for Hurricane Gonzalo

Driving winds and heavy rain are set to batter Nottinghamshire as the remnants of Hurricane Gonzalo strike later today. The Met Office has issued a Yellow Warning for the county, with fallen trees and flooding potentially causing rush-hour chaos on Tuesday morning. A Met Office spokesman said: “The remains of Hurricane Gonzalo will run eastwards across the Atlantic, reaching the UK on Monday night,

mercoledì 15 ottobre 2014

‘Monster’ storm as wide as the Atlantic to hit Britain tomorrow

(Picture: NOAA)
Britain is set to be engulfed by a ‘monster storm’ of heavy rain and bad weather over the next five days. The storm, which stretches the entire width of the Atlantic, will bring heavy rain from tomorrow followed by more downpours over the weekend. Despite this, temperatures will be warmer than usual at around 20C due to low pressure to the west of Britain. Met Office forecasts expected up to 16mm of rain to fall an hour over parts of the south west from tonight before sweeping across Wales and along the south coast tomorrow. Thunderstorms are also expected in places.

Hurricane Gonzalo Strengthens on Path to Bermuda | Breaking News

Hurricane Gonzalo Strengthens on Path to Bermuda | Breaking News