Daily Archives: February 15, 2011

NASA may soon confirm orbit of giant planet lurking beyond Pluto

February 15, 2011 – Scientists believe they may have found a new planet in the far reaches of the solar system, up to four times the mass of Jupiter. Its orbit would be thousands of times further from the Sun … Continue reading

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Sun unleashes most powerful flare seen in 4 years

February 15, 2011 – FIRST X-FLARE OF THE NEW SOLAR CYCLE: Sunspot 1158 has unleashed the strongest solar flare in more than four years. The eruption, which peaked at 0156 UT on Feb. 15th, registered X2 on the Richter scale … Continue reading

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New volcanic vents found in Antarctica waters

February 15, 2011 – SOUTHAMPTON, England, (UPI) — British researchers say the discovery of deep-sea volcanic vents in the Antarctic’s Southern Ocean suggests they’re more common than previously thought. Deep-sea vents are hot springs on the seafloor, where mineral-rich water nourishes … Continue reading

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Lava lake at Kilauea’s Halemaumau crater in Hawaii rising

 February 15, 2011 – HAWAII – The lava lake at Kilauea’s Halemaumau crater has been rising gradually in the last few months. Volcanologists don’t know what the significance of the rise is. It’s possible that the lava could spill out … Continue reading

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South Korea sees heaviest snowfall in 100 years

February 15, 2011 – SEOUL – The heaviest snowfall in more than a century on South Korea’s east coast is causing widespread chaos. Hundreds of houses have collapsed under the weight of the snow. One newspaper described it as a … Continue reading

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Is Germany’s super-volcano awakening? We think so…

February 15, 2011 – KOBLENZ, Germany– The Extinction Protocol – The scene of Germany’s famous Laacher See lake looks picturesque and serene but underneath the calm surface of the waters lies a potential killer that could devastate a good portion … Continue reading

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Planetary tremor- destabilization in the southern hemisphere

    (left) Seismograph of Antarctica and (right) the current seismograph of seismically volatile Chile February 14, 2011 – The latest planetary tremor originated in the southern hemisphere at 5:00-6:00 GMT and has everything to do with Chile and the subduction … Continue reading

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