Monthly Archive: September, 2011

The end of Israel as we know it?

JERUSALEM — As summer ends, Israel has become regionally isolated like at no other time in the past 35 years. Anxiety and alarm seem to define reactions in Jerusalem as Israel momentarily found… Continue reading

Killer Bees Worst in 10 Years

Are the killer bees meaner than ever in 2011? The Killer Bee Guy thinks so. They’re much more ornery this year, according to Reed Booth, also known as The Killer Bee Guy. “This… Continue reading

Sign of the Times: Adult film industry builds 2012 bunker

LOS ANGELES (CBS) — A San Fernando Valley adult entertainment studio began construction this month on what it calls a “post-apocalyptic” underground bunker in anticipation of a global catastrophe rumored to take place in… Continue reading

Trio of space station crew members set for landing

(Reuters) – Three crewmembers left the International Space Station for Earth on Thursday while their replacements remain delayed by an investigation into a Russian launch accident. Former station commander Andrey Borisenko, cosmonaut Alexander… Continue reading

Reports of ‘glowing object’ flying across Arizona sky

PHOENIX – Many residents around Arizona have reported seeing a “glowing object” fly across the night sky Wednesday. Some experts believe it was either a fireball or a bright meteor. ABC15 started getting reports… Continue reading

Mystery of Hurricane Irene’s Gross Gray Blobs Solved

When Hurricane Irene barreled up the U.S. Eastern coastline, the storm left behind a path of widespread damage — and a generous helping of mysterious, squishy gray blobs in shallow waters and beaches… Continue reading

China building EMP weapons for use against U.S. carriers

China’s military is developing electromagnetic pulse weapons that Beijing plans to use against U.S. aircraft carriers in any future conflict over Taiwan, according to an intelligence report made public on Thursday. Portions of a National… Continue reading

Bacteria Spreading In Warming Oceans, Scientists Find In New Report

BRUSSELS — Warning: The warming of the world’s oceans can cause serious illness and may cost millions of euros (dollars) in health care. That is the alarm sounded in a paper released online… Continue reading

Dangerous TB spreading at alarming rate in Europe warns WHO

Multidrug-resistant and extensively drug-resistant forms of tuberculosis (TB) are spreading at an alarming rate in Europe and will kill thousands unless health authorities halt the pandemic, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on… Continue reading

Flood and dam watches continue

SARATOGA SPRINGS — Utility crews concentrated on outlying areas of Saratoga and surrounding counties early Monday, seeking to restore power to approximately 22,600 customers. At 8 a.m., National Grid was reporting about 15,380… Continue reading

Videos: Recent UFO Sightings from Around the World

Uploaded by ChristiannaGarrett1 on Sep 10, 2011 http://www.earthcam.com/usa/newyork/skyline/ Uploaded by 2012300 on Sep 10, 2011 It’s the same type of UFO that occurred in the island of Haiti three years ago in the summer, flying low over the island.… Continue reading

4.4 magnitude earthquake rattles West Texas

A 4.4 M earthquake Sunday morning shook the ground across Scurry County and parts of West Texas. The USGS reports the quake was centered 11 miles northeast of Snyder and had a depth of 6.4… Continue reading

Abbas: Palestine to go to UN in September

Mahmoud Abbas, the Palestinian president, has said that without a renewal of peace talks with Israel, the Palestinians will seek UN recognition. Abbas’s comments, on Wednesday, came a day after a major speech… Continue reading

Tin hats at the ready: Six-ton satellite will plummet back to Earth… and there’s a one in 3,200 chance it could hit someone

It weighs six tons, it’s spinning out of control and it’s going to plunge back to Earth some time this month. Nasa estimates that there’s a 1 in 3,200 chance that pieces of… Continue reading

Stocks Tumble Worldwide after Obama Speech

Stocks sank, while the euro touched a ten-year low versus the yen and a six-month low against the dollar, as concern grew aboutGreece’s debt crisis. European bank and sovereign credit risk reached all-time… Continue reading

Health fears over toxic floodwaters as death toll rises to five and 130,000 people are forced to evacuate across three states

Floodwaters from the remnants of Lee and Irene have become tainted with sewage and other toxins and are threatening public health in parts of the north east. Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Corbett warned of… Continue reading

Indonesia inching closer to volcanic day of reckoning as volcanic unrest spreads

Since its status was raised to alert level III of the alert level II, the activity of Mount Papandayan has never decreased- in fact; volcanic activity in the District Cisurupan, Kab. Garut has… Continue reading

Pakistan flooding disaster reaches epic proportions- 2 million homeless

Arguably the biggest global story that is getting the least attention here in the west are the monsoon induced floods in Pakistan, India and Bangladesh. Pakistan is by far the hardest hit. Some… Continue reading

Attack! Egyptian Protesters Pull Down Israeli Embassy Wall

(Reuters) – Egyptian activists destroyed a wall around the Israeli embassy and set police cars on fire in Cairo on Friday after thousands demonstrated at Tahrir Square to push for a timetable for… Continue reading

Parts of U.S. experienced hottest summer in 75 years

The average U.S. temperature during the summer of 2011 was 74.5 degrees, which was 2.4 degrees above the long-term (1901-2000) average. Only the Dust Bowl year of 1936, at 74.6 degrees, was warmer.… Continue reading

Global warming brings crab threat to Antarctica

The sea floor around the West Antarctica peninsula could become invaded by a voracious king crab, which is on the march thanks to global warming, biologists reported on Wednesday. The worrisome intruder is… Continue reading

Power out for millions in Calif., Ariz., Mexico

SAN DIEGO (AP) — More than 2 million people on both sides of the U.S.-Mexico border were left without power Thursday after a major outage that extended from Arizona to southern California, including… Continue reading

Maria and Nate Could Reach US

Tropical storms Maria and Nate have joined Hurricane Katia in the Atlantic Basin. Maria is located over the central Atlantic Ocean, while Nate is positioned over the southwestern Gulf of Mexico. Current indications are… Continue reading

911 Outrage ~ Islamic Call to Prayer Coming to Washington DC!

On 911 of 2001 Islam shook America, and the response by our so called leaders, George Bush included, was to embrace Islam. This line of thinking is the equivalent of Jews embracing Nazism Unfortunately this line of… Continue reading

Sun Unleashes Massive Solar Flares in One-Two Punch

Just as many Americans got back to work after the long Labor Day weekend, the sun jolted to life as well, unleashing a massive solar flare just one day after another sun storm… Continue reading