Monthly Archive: August, 2011

Air & Space International Space Station-Bound Supply Ship Explodes, Crashes in Siberia

MOSCOW –  An unmanned Russian supply ship bound for the International Space Station failed to reach its planned orbit Wednesday, and pieces of it fell in Siberia amid a thunderous explosion, officials said.… Continue reading

Should UFOs be Taken Seriously?

Uploaded by UFOsAndAlienLife on Aug 25, 2011 August 25, 2011 A UFO sighting in China restarts the debate about whether there is other life out in the universe.   Any “aliens” that spread… Continue reading

Excessive radiation found in sea organisms off China – Surprised?

BEIJING – Biological samples taken from waters in the Western Pacific region east of Fukushima, Japan show excessive radiation levels, said a statement from China’s State Oceanic Administration on Wednesday. The administration suggested… Continue reading

Irene: New York City, Mid-Atlantic Put on High Alert

Hurricane Irene is now on a path that could take it dangerously close to, if not over, the mid-Atlantic coastline and New York City on Sunday, posing a serious danger to millions of… Continue reading

New Crop Circle in Germany – August 25, 2011

Mittweida, Sachsen (Saxony)Reported 18th August Crop Circle Connector The Crop Circles are angelic writing. The same symbols appear at the Great Hall of Records. In some cases it is done by demons and… Continue reading

Strange Trumpet Sounds Heard in Colorado Before Earthquake (Videos)

August 22, 2011. The sounds were captured by 2 hikers earlier in the day before the Colorado Earthquake. Does this have any link to the Virginia earthquake? and during a baseball game, strange… Continue reading

Third 7.0 in Four Days and Other Major Earthquake Activity

This is a compilation of several stories in the news today that bring attention to some major seismic events of the past few days. As we’ve already reported on the D.C. Earthquake, we’ll… Continue reading

Washington Monument cracks in quake

The earthquake didn’t cause widespread damages or injuries, but it did put a crack in the Washington Monument. After unconfirmed reports suggested the monument was tilting, park officials said Tuesday night that the… Continue reading

Mekong’s rice production at risk

Vietnam’s Mekong Delta is at risk from rising sea levels due to climate change, experts warn. Known as the Rice Bowl of Vietnam, the 15,000-square-mile region produces half the country’s rice output of… Continue reading

Signs of the Times: Natural Disasters Prevalent in 2011

VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. — The year 2011 began with a flood in Australia so vast it turned an area almost twice as large as Texas into a disaster zone. The first half of… Continue reading

Scientists Puzzled – Strong East Coast quake highly unusual

(Reuters) – The strong earthquake that rattled the eastern United States on Tuesday was highly unusual in its severity, though it was centered in a part of Virginia known for smaller quakes, seismologists… Continue reading

Glenn Beck’s Israel rally prompts Facebook protest

Glenn Beck, the American broadcaster whose regular talkshow was dropped by Fox News for being too rightwing, is to stage a rally on the edge of Jerusalem’s Old City on Wednesday to “demonstrate… Continue reading

Hundreds of thousands of fish killed in paper mill spill

NEW ORLEANS — A rotten stench hung over a 60-mile stretch of Louisiana’s Pearl River as boats trawled through thick layers of hundreds of thousands of dead fish, and sweating workers bent to scoop… Continue reading

Latest UFO Sightings from Around the World

Uploaded by Adrian7785 on Aug 22, 2011 I was running around with some kids way smaller than me playing tackle handball. Needless to say i beat them all. While we were playing we… Continue reading

Iranians: Time ripe for ‘Great Satan’ to be removed

The decline and fall of the American empire is unfolding and will usher in a new world order that doesn’t include the United States, Iran now believes. With the fiasco in Congress over… Continue reading

Moscow’s Wild Dogs Ride Subways To City Center In Search Of Food

But these aren’t just any daily commuters. These are stray dogs who live in the outskirts of Moscow Russia and commute on the underground trains to and from the city centre in search… Continue reading

A freight train? Thunder? ‘Holy cow … earthquake!’

The largest earthquake ever recorded near the capital rattled Washington, D.C., early Friday, waking many residents but causing no reported damage. The quake hit at 5:04 a.m. ET with a magnitude of 3.6,… Continue reading

Under Obama US National Debt Growing By $3MILLION DOLLARS A MINUTE

Swallow all liquids in your mouth before reading any further. Updated numbers for the national debt are just out: It’s now $14,639,000,000,000. When Barack Obama took the oath of office twice on Jan.… Continue reading

16 Statistics Which Prove That The American People Are Absolutely Seething With Anger

Well, “the greatest nation on earth” is about to get a massive wake up call.  We are up to our eyeballs in debt and we are bleeding jobs, businesses and wealth at an… Continue reading

Most powerful storm in Ontario in 15 years reduces parts of Goderich to rubble

The town of Goderich has declared a state of emergency after a tornado devastated the community Sunday afternoon, killing one person and injuring dozens. Ontario Provincial Police said a 61-year-old man, identified as… Continue reading

As World Spins In Turmoil, Obama Plays Golf For 78th Time In Two Years

78th time, if you’re counting. Helps him think. After all, he’s gotta get that jobs package together, which he assures us will save the economy. EDGARTOWN, Mass. (AP) — President Barack Obama played… Continue reading

Beware the U.S. ‘day of rage’ September 17

In 1969 Leftwing domestic terrorist William ‘Bill’ Ayers, head of the group known as ‘the Weathermen,’ staged the ‘days of rage’ in Chicago during which acts of violence, mayhem, and destruction of property… Continue reading

In 2011, Record-Tying Nine Billion in Weather Disasters

With hurricane season still ahead, a record-tying nine $1 billion weather disasters have already racked the nation this year, federal, state and private forecasters reported Wednesday. Following on the heels of the 60-mph… Continue reading

Mysterious apocalyptic sounds are being heard around the world

Worldwide, more and more people begin to notice … a horrifying sound that moves through the atmosphere. Kiev, Belarus, Florida, Michigan, New Jersey, North Bergen, Victoria B.C., Alkmaar, Maryland, Scandinavia…In recent times, in many cities around… Continue reading

20 Signs That A Horrific Global Food Crisis Is Coming

The following are 20 signs that a horrific global food crisis is coming…. #1 According to the World Bank, 44 million people around the globe have been pushed into extreme poverty since last… Continue reading