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Monday, 15 February

01:50

150,000 Penguins Die After Huge Iceberg Blocks Route to Sea EcoWatch

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An estimated 150,000 Adélie penguins living in Cape Denison, Antarctica, have died after a...

01:06

There is a formula for proof – Just because a statement may be valid, doesn’t necessarily mean that it is true. Head Space

“Mass delusion is an important tool of oppressors because they can’t survive free expression. “ “Only when we stop being afraid, can we even begin to imagine what it means to truly be free.” “The most common characteristic of all police states is intimidation by surveillance. Citizens know they are being watched and overheard. Their […]

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Sunday, 14 February

21:15

U.S. Northeast Entombed in Ice Fire Earth

Deep freeze plagues U.S. northeast A bitterly cold airmass has invaded the eastern U.S this weekend bringing the coldest temperatures of the season. Gusty winds will combine with these cold temperatures to create dangerous wind chills well below zero in many parts of the Northeast. Meanwhile, a developing storm in the Plains will bring wintry […]

20:50

Severe M5.7 earthquake hits Christchurch, New Zealand The Watchers » Latest articles

A large and shallow earthquake registered by New Zealand's GeoNet as M5.7 hit 15 km east of Christchurch, New Zealand at 00:13 UTC (13:13 local time) on February 14, 2016. The agency is reporting a depth of 15 km (9.3 miles). USGS is reporting M5.8 at a depth of...... Read more »

15:57

Significant Earthquakes Strike Oklahoma and Christchurch, NZ Fire Earth

M 5.1 quake rattles Fairview, OK Centered at 36.490°N, 98.741°W, about 33km (21mi) NW of Fairview, the induced event occurred at a [signature] depth of 7.7 km, USGS/EHP reported. At least 14 aftershocks/related events have occurred in the region, as of posting. The quake was third largest recorded shock to strike Oklahoma. At least 941 […]

15:48

M5.8 Seismic Event: South Island, Christchurch, Canterbury, New Zealand Head Space

The earthquake occurred in New Zealand , County of Canterbury, on 2016-02-14 at 00:13:43 (UTC). The nearest places are Christchurch, Heathcote, Lyttelton, Redcliffs, Marshland, Burwood, Heathcote Valley, Woolston, Linwood, Bromley, Aranui, and New Brighton. The maximum altitude nearby is 1784m . Natural Hazard – Seismic Event  Southern Pacific  –  New Zealand | South Island, Christchurch, […]

14:26

Shallow M5.1 Seismic Event – Possible Induced Seismicity (Aftershocks): Continental U.S.A., Oklahoma Head Space

Natural Hazard – Seismic Event  North America –  U.S.A. | State of Oklahoma, Fairview Location: 33km NW of Fairview, Oklahoma Magnitude: 5.1 Time:  2016-02-13 17:07:05 (UTC) Epicenter: 36°28’48.0″N 98°41’24.0″W Depth: 7.7 km (4.8 mi) Shallow Area affected by light damage (estimated radius): 47 km (MMI VI) M5.1 earthquake near Fairview, Oklahoma, United States Recent Earthquakes Near […]

11:21

Ultra-HD timelapse: SDO's sixth year watching the Sun The Watchers » Latest articles

The Sun is always changing and NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory is always watching. Launched on February 11, 2010, SDO keeps a 24-hour eye on the entire disk of the Sun, with a prime view of the graceful dance of solar material coursing through the Sun's...... Read more »

06:36

Daylight fireball observed in southern California sky The Watchers » Latest articles

A large blue-green fireball was observed over southern California around 14:35 UTC on February 11, 2016. According to American Meteor Society, the event was reported by nearly 270 witnesses. It was seen primarily from California but witnesses from Arizona and...... Read more »

05:43

The new 'peak oil'? A dollar invested in solar yields more energy than a dollar invested in oil The Ecologist

According to oil company executives, oil is going to be a major energy source to 2100 and beyond. So after hearing an oil man make his case, Chris Goodall went home and crunched some numbers. Money invested in solar power already produces more energy than if it's put into oil exploration and production, and the gap is only going to widen from here. Is this the new 'peak oil'?

04:30

Geoengineering Watch Global Alert News, February 13, 2016 Geoengineering Watch

777The looting, pillaging, and plundering of planet Earth continues unabated, the all out aerial assault taking place in skies around the globe is the most stunning and destructive example. Populations have thus far silently stood by and accepted the official lies from official sources that are carefully crafted to continue pacifying them. Some of the

04:19

Moderately strong M1.8 solar flare erupts from Region 2497 The Watchers » Latest articles

A moderately strong solar flare measuring M1.8 at its peak time erupted from 'Beta-Gamma-Delta' classified Region 2497 at 15:24 UTC on February 13, 2016. The event started at 15:16 and ended at 15:24 UTC. There were no radio signatures that would suggest a...... Read more »

02:22

Mark Ruffalo: There’s No Fracking That Can Be Done Safely EcoWatch

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Fracking is an extreme form of oil and gas extraction that leads to...

02:13

Old-Growth Trees Defended from Path of Pipeline in PA Earth First! Newswire

by John Zangas / DC Media Group

Clear-cutting of trees on a Pennsylvania family farm for the Constitution Pipeline was held off another day by successful negotiations between property owners and pipeline company representatives. The discussion was backed up by a large group of pipeline opponents, who stood ready to block the incursion of tree cutters.

Dozens of people have traveled long distances to join hands on the Zeffer-Holleran property near New Milford, PA and defend five acres of old-growth trees in the path of the 125-mile-long Constitution Pipeline. The conflict escalated early on Wednesday when twenty loggers attempted to begin cutting trees. After both sides discussed their positions, a representative from Williams Partners called state troopers, according to Megan Holleran. The troopers told Williams Partners and the tree cutters that they would not be enforcing any action, so the cutters left the site for the day.

The impasse with joint pipeline owners Cabot Oil & Gas Co. and Williams Partners, LLC, is in its second week. The Holleran family has been harvesting maple syrup since they acquired the land in the 1950’s. They market the syrup locally as part of a family business.

Though the project is facing legal challenges in Second District Court, the loggers are already removing trees along a 20-mile segment in northwestern Pennsylvania. The pipeline will be used to transport natu...

01:36

Shipping Containers Are Becoming ‘Home, Sweet Home’ All Over the World EcoWatch

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An old steel box might not sound like the coziest place to live, but for many people around the world...

01:20

State of Emergency Declared in Hawaii over Mosquitoes Fire Earth

Mosquitoes Become Enemy No. 1 in Hawaii Hawaii Gov. Ige has declared a state of emergency to prevent the spread of mosquito-borne diseases, like the dengue outbreak on Hawaii Island. “There have been no locally acquired Zika cases in the U.S. or Hawai‘i, and we’d like to keep it that way,” said Ige in a […]

01:07

Eating More Slowly Can Help You Lose Weight EcoWatch

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This article explores the benefits of eating more slowly, for both weight loss and...

01:02

Kinetic Energy-Harvesting Shoes Could Charge Your Smartphone or Be Wi-Fi Hot Spot EcoWatch

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Mechanical engineers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison have developed electricity-generating footwear that...

00:27

Driving Cars Powered by Organic Solar Cells Might Be Closer Than You Think EcoWatch

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While entire cars coated in solar cells are not yet commercially available,...

00:10

ZIKV Infection: Local Transmission in United States Fire Earth

ZIKV infection: Increased risk of fetal microcephaly, Guillain-Barré syndrome —CDC Aedes aegypti, the most common mosquito vector of ZIKV globally, is present in Puerto Rico. Therefore, the virus is expected to continue to spread throughout Puerto Rico, posing risk of infection to 3.5 million residents, including about 43,000 pregnant women per year. The first locally […]

Saturday, 13 February

18:52

Air Pollution Kills 5.5 Million People Each Year Fire Earth

Air pollution 4th greatest killer More than 5.5 million people died prematurely due to air pollution in 2o13, the latest year for which data is available, according to data compiled as part of the Global Burden of Disease Project. Air pollution is the fourth greatest cause of death globally after high blood pressure, nutrition conditions […]

18:27

Svetlana Alexievich: The lesson of Chernobyl has not been learned DiaNuke.org

March and April of 2016 will mark the 5th and 30th anniversaries of the Fukushima-Daiichi and Chernobyl nuclear power plant catastrophes. Normally, spring is the time when we celebrate the coming of another chance to harvest the benefits of nature, but for the people affected by these disasters, these months […]

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