Scientists fear billions of tree deaths caused by 2010 drought could see vast forest turn from carbon sink to carbon source. Drought Effects In Manaus Region, Amazon, Brazil Aerial view of a drought-affected area within the Amazon basin in Manaus, Brazil. Billions of trees died in the record drought that struck the Amazon in 2010, raising fears that the vast forest is on the verge of a tipping point, where it will stop absorbing greenhouse gas emissions and instead increase them. The dense forests of the Amazon soak up more than one-quarter of the world's atmospheric carbon, making it a critically important buffer against global warming. But if the Amazon switches from a carbon sink to a carbon source that prompts further droughts and mass tree deaths, such a feedback loop could cause runaway climate change, with disastrous consequences.
The non-profit Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) doled out its last five batches of "IP" numbers that identify destinations for digital traffic. "A pool of more than four billion Internet addresses has been emptied this morning," ICANN chief Rod Beckstrom said at a Miami press conference.
Microsoft has issued a 'critical' security alert that affects 900million people using its Internet Explorer web browser. The computer giant warned of a newly-discovered flaw in Windows that could be exploited by hackers to steal personal details or take over computers. The glitch is so severe it potentially affects every user of Internet Explorer.
Birds may be able to ‘see’ the Earth’s electromagnetic field as they fly through the sky, scientists have suggested. Many creatures, including all birds, navigate by sensing the direction of the magnetic forces around our planet to guide them.
In 2001, Pakistani soldiers captured Ibn al-Shaykh al-Libi as he fled Afghanistan. The Pakistani government turned the Libyan paramilitary trainer affiliated with al Qaeda over to the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation. The U.S. Central Intelligence Agency requested permission to take al-Libi instead and send him to another country—Egypt—for interrogation, permission the Bush administration granted. While undergoing interrogation—potentially of the "enhanced" variety that includes prolonged sleep or sensory deprivation or painful body positions, among other treatments—al-Libi revealed that Iraq had been providing al Qaeda with training in making weapons of mass destruction.
Why mince words when the planet's being destroyed and we're all being systematically murdered? When it finally dawns on you what these New World Order elite globalists are up to it can be staggering. And it can't be more in your face than it is right now. We have chemtrails continually 'playing' on the world's biggest screen, our skies--horrific displays of absolute disregard for all things living. And yet the majority doesn't even see them and there's total silence about it from authorities and the media. Flocks of birds are falling from the sky and millions of dead fish are washing up on our shores, and they all act dumb, like they have no idea what the hell is going on. ►Video- Thousands of birds fall from the sky in Beebe ►Video- THOUSANDS OF BIRDS FALL DEAD ( SOUTH AMERICA )
What caused the sudden rush of these most powerful leaders of the Western World to go to Afghanistan, this report continues, was to directly view the discovery by US Military scientists of what is described as a “Vimana” entrapped in a “Time Well” that has already caused the “disappearance” of at least 8 American Soldiers trying to remove it from the cave it has been hidden in for the past estimated 5,000 years.
This is Insane. Don’t ever get scanned by TSA. While the application of scientific knowledge creates technology, sometimes the technology is later redefined by science. Such is the case with terahertz (THz) radiation, the energy waves that drive the technology of the TSA: back scatter airport scanners. Emerging THz technological applications THz waves are found between microwaves and infrared on the electromagnetic spectrum. This type of radiation was chosen for security devices because it can penetrate matter such as clothing, wood, paper and other porous material that’s non-conducting.
"It isn't just conspiracy theorists who are concerned about HAARP. The European Union called the project a global concern and passed a resolution calling for more information on its health and environmental risks. Despite those concerns, officials at HAARP insist the project is nothing more sinister than a radio science research facility."
Cancer is a man-made disease fuelled by the excesses of modern life, a study of ancient remains has found. Tumours were rare until recent times when pollution and poor diet became issues, the review of mummies, fossils and classical literature found.
Energy institute chief says Earth cycles point to new crisis in 2012
Russian Sects And Fringe Beliefs - Part Two: Waiting for Doomsday in the Penza Region. The scientific community does not expect the end of the world in 2012 as predicted by the Mayan Prophecy, although increased solar activity may harm satellites and endanger astronauts, a Russian doctor of physical and mathematical sciences said on Monday.
Dr. Popp, founder of the International Institute of Biophysics, at Neuss, Germany, and Dr. Lipton, of the University of Wisconsin, both confirm that modern science now realizes and recognizes that our DNA structures directly reflect our consciousness. This makes it possible for us to willfully activate what science formerly called "junk" DNA, by increasing our individual consciousnesses. By activating dormant DNA, one would likely be able to perceive life beyond the five physical senses of sight, hearing, taste, touch, and smell; and one's world of spiritual intuition, discernment, judgment, and wisdom begin to develop.
Of all the chambers in the Great Pyramid, the subterranean chamber is the largest, as well as the most mysterious. It is 46 feet long, 27 feet wide, hewn into the limestone bedrock, and difficult to describe. The descending passageway’s entrance to the subterranean chamber is near the floor at the northeast corner. A six-foot-wide square pit shaped like a funnel has been tunnelled in the middle of the floor, near the east wall. This square-shaped pit is actually the mouth of a shaft that is eleven feet deep, although in 1816 the Italian explorer Count Caviglia drilled into the pit another thirty feet.
It’s the eugenicist in the Discover Channel building multiplied by a million. Not simply a lone eco-terrorist saying “parasitic human infants” must die, but one of the largest international financial institutions demanding it. To make the contrast even more remarkable, James J. Lee scared the living daylights out of some Discovery Channel employees, the IMF & World Bank take hostage entire nations.
The Big Bang was the result of the inevitable laws of physics and did not need God to spark the creation of the Universe, Stephen Hawking has concluded. Photo: GETTY IMAGES
The scientist has claimed that no divine force was needed to explain why the Universe was formed.
Astronomers are predicting that a massive solar storm, much bigger in potential than the one that caused spectacular light shows on Earth earlier this month, is to strike our planet in 2012 with a force of 100 million hydrogen bombs.
Venezuela has nationalised a fleet of oil rigs owned by a US-based company which had been shut down in a dispute over payments. In a statement the Venezuelan government said that seizing control of the 11 rigs was the only way to get them restarted after a year of idleness.
A new study by researchers at the Karolinska Insitutet in Sweden has revealed a strong similarity between dopamine production in healthy, “highly creative” brains with that of schizophrenics. Previous research has shown that high creative skills are more common in people with mental illness in the family, and creativity is also linked to a higher risk of the development of schizophrenia and bipolar disorders. Previous research has also found that certain psychological traits, like making unusual associations, are also shared by schizophrenics and those with a healthy, highly creative brain.
Now, new research has shown that the brain’s dopamine D2 receptors in a healthy, creative brain are strikingly similar to that of a person suffering with schizophrenia. It is unknown exactly to just which brain mechanisms are responsible for this correlation, but according to Doctor Fredrick Ullén of the Karolinska Institutet, the functioning systems of the brain utilizing dopamine mean may be the key. Studies have shown that genes of dopamine receptors are linked to the ability for divergent thought. Dr. Ullén carried forth a study that measured the creativity of healthy individuals using divergent psychological tests with the task of finding many different solutions to a problem.
At the head of society - what is ethical science? A modern, international organisation of ethical intellectuals Tomorrow’s world has to have its scientific pursuits evolve in ethical standards. Our scientists and researchers need to acknowledge the full effects of today’s technological progress. We are playing around with science like an ignorant child in a pharmacy playing around with all of the different medicines, some of which could cause great harm. The Ethic Party neither advocates the communist idea that every person is the same nor the Hindu-idea of a caste-system with birth-right. http://www.ethicparty.org/index2.html
Amateur astronomers believe they have located the X-37B US military unmanned spaceplane, which was launched into orbit on a classified mission a month ago. We now know where, but not why or what. According to the authoritative skygazers' site Heavens-Above, the X-37B is in an orbit angled up 40 degrees from the Equator, meaning that it passes regularly over all nations between southern Europe and South Africa and corresponding portions of south Asia, Australia, Latin America and much of the USA. The little spaceplane is at a height of approximately 400km above Earth.
Google is set to move into the living room with a computer operating system that will bring the internet to home televisions. The company is working with the chipmaker Intel and Sony, the electronics giant, to introduce Google TV this week at a conference for 3,000 Google software developers in San Francisco. The aim is to get them to create new and innovative applications in the same way that outside developers have created new software programs for smartphones.The system will be based on its Android platform, which was developed 18 months ago for mobile phones. There are already more than 50,000 applications available for Android.
House Republicans scored a rare legislative win Thursday. They forced Democrats to yank a science research and development bill off the floor.
To the greatest significance of all of these things, and with yet again the mysterious date of December 21, 2012 being linked with strange occurrences, it can be said that as our World is now being warned by scientists that we’re on the brink of a biological disaster due to the catastrophic loss of bees, and as the United Nations has just warned that our Earth’s natural support systems are on the verge of collapsing, and as vital plankton populations are reported disappearing from our oceans, the sighting of a gray whale off the coast of Israel this week that has stunned scientists because none have appeared there for hundreds of years, may be showing us all that the time to move is now.
A TV communications satellite is drifting out of control thousands of miles above the Earth, threatening to wander into another satellite's orbit and interfere with cable programming across the United States.
An ex-CIA head agreed with a decision to destroy hundreds of tapes purportedly showing US agents harshly interrogating two al-Qaeda suspects.
Space may be the final frontier, but the question of how to best get there has divided America's politicians and scientists as they debate controversial plans to abandon the country’s manned space-flight programme. The White House has said it wants to cancel a Nasa programme tasked with creating the next generation of manned spacecraft, including a proposed replacement for the soon to be retired Space Shuttle.
Anthropology professor Philip Haseley from The Niagra County Community College in the state of New York wants students to be able to study what one could describe as a non-traditional subject.
Far from generating a raft of brilliant new ideas, thrashing out random thoughts in the boardroom on a Monday morning is counter-productive.
A team of scientists in Switzerland have made a "major breakthrough" in understanding how the universe was created billions of years ago.
ST. PETERSBURG, Russia (AP) — Who doesn't want to be a millionaire? Maybe a 43-year-old unemployed bachelor who lives with his elderly mother in Russia — and who won $1 million for solving a problem that has stumped mathematicians for a century.
The Large Hadron Collider has achieved a record for the highest energy yet achieved in a particle accelerator after successfully circulating two 3.5 TeV proton beams at just after 5.20am this morning.
The discovery of a 240-million-year-old dinosaur in southern Tanzania has led scientists to rethink their evolution. An almost complete skeleton of the species, Asilisaurus kongwe or “ancient lizard ancestor” was reconstructed using the remains of at least 14 other dinosaurs.
BRITISH scientists have drawn up plans to build the world’s first nuclear fusion power station. They say it could be pouring electricity into the National Grid within 20 years. Nuclear fusion, the power that lies at the heart of the sun, offers the prospect of clean, safe, carbon-free power with a minimum of radioactive waste. But despite decades of research the technical problems have seemed insurmountable.
The discovery of the bones of tiny primitive people on an Indonesian island six years ago stunned scientists. Now, further research suggests that the little apemen, not Homo erectus, were the first to leave Africa and colonise other parts of the world, reports Robin McKie. It remains one of the greatest human fossil discoveries of all time. The bones of a race of tiny primitive people, who used stone tools to hunt pony-sized elephants and battle huge Komodo dragons, were discovered on the Indonesian island of Flores in 2004.
The Nissan Leaf was shown to the press on Thursday. It will be on display at the Time Warner Center on Friday. Nissan had originally planned to bring its Leaf electric car concept to 22 American cities, but requests from Atlanta and Boston made it 24. Nissan will sell or lease the Leaf only with batteries included, no separate battery deals. The next step, in April, will be to ask those interested consumers to put down a refundable $100 deposit to reserve a place in line for the Leaf, which has 100-mile range and a top speed of 90 miles per hour.
THE scientist at the centre of the “climategate” email scandal has revealed that he was so traumatised by the global backlash against him that he contemplated suicide.
FIG. A- NASA: Stereo solar image, Jan. 23, 2010NASA’s Stereo spacecraft monitoring the Sun began registering huge spherical UFO’s in the vicinity of the Sun around January 18, 2010. According to one observer, the UFOs “appear to be moving as they are in different positions on many [of the NASA Stereo] photos, and are huge possibly at least the size of Earth. If the UFOs were planets or some type of huge asteroid comets, they would already have been pulled into the Sun by the strong gravity the Sun produces as in the case of the recent comet."
Dolphins are not only the world's smartest animal after humans, they're so intelligent they deserve to be classed as "non-human persons." So say scientists who argue their research on dolphins' brains shows it is unethical to keep such the animals captive in amusement parks or to kill them for food or accidentally through fishing, the London Times reports.
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Eighty percent of the American population now believe that man is responsible for global warming. Emerging science, however, is providing important new understanding of this issue. Yet, this information is not getting out to people, especially to our school children. Rock Creek Free Press: Climategate: Science Scandal of the Century -The World’s Most Influential Climate Scientists Get Caught “Fudging” the Data. AWIP: Copenhagen climate change conference: 'Fourteen days to seal history's judgment on this generation'
Six Republican congressmen from Georgia have signed onto an Atlanta-based organization's legal challenge of a federal announcement that could lead to government regulation of greenhouse gas emissions. The Southeastern Legal Foundation filed a petition last week calling on the Environmental Protection Agency to reconsider its Dec. 7 "endangerment finding" declaring carbon dioxide and other gases linked to global warming a threat to public health and the environment. The petition argues that news of a conspiracy within the scientific community to hide evidence that calls into question manmade impacts on global warming has emerged since the closing of public comment on the EPA filing. CFP: Time to Revisit Falsified Science of CO2. Science Daily: No Rise of Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide Fraction in Past 160 Years, New Research Finds.
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