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Unknown Orange/Red Glow Over Pacific Ocean

Last night over the Pacific Ocean, somewhere South of the Russian peninsula Kamchatka I experienced the creepiest thing so far in my flying career. After about 5 hours in flight we left Japan long time behind us and were cruising at a comfortable 34.000ft with about 4,5 hours to go towards Alaska. We heard via the radio about earthquakes in Iceland, Chile and San Francisco, and since there were a few volcan ...

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New DNA Study Shows Humans Bred With Unknown Species

A new study has revealed an incredibly discovery: the Denisovans, an ancient ancestor of ours, had a segment of DNA that doesn’t come from any species currently known to science. This study suggests that there was some pretty serious interbreeding between this ancient human species and the other unknown species approximately 30,000 years ago in Europe and Asia. Adding to the mystery is the fact that beer wo ...

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Ancient Earth-Sized ‘Diamond’ Discovered in Space

It can dwarf even the most bling of rings on Earth. A team of astronomers in the US have discovered possibly the coldest, faintest white dwarf star ever detected. This ancient stellar remnant is so cool that its carbon has crystallized, forming — in effect — an Earth-size diamond in space. “It’s a really remarkable object,” said David Kaplan, a professor at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. “These thin ...

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BREAKING: CALIFORNIA ROCKED BY STRONGEST QUAKE IN 25 YEARS

(CNN) -- The strongest earthquake in 25 years struck Northern California early Sunday, injuring more than 120 people, damaging historic buildings in downtown Napa and turning fireplaces into rubble. The 6.1-magnitude quake struck just six miles southwest of Napa, California's famed wine country. All but six of the injured were treated and released from the emergency room at Queen of the Valley Hospital, sai ...

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Teenager Invents Water Purifier That Creates Electricity With No External Power Source

Last week, True Activist published a story about a 15 year old who invented a shoe insole that creates electricity while you walk.  His device was a submission for this year’s “Google Science Fair” which features a number of brilliant inventions, many of which were created by teenagers and young children. Another finalist in this year’s contest is 17-year-old Cynthia Sin Nga Lam from Australia, who also has ...

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Your Electricity Company Fears this Man

As we documented in a previous article, electricity is the key to unleash world democracy and freedom, “It’s well known that many wars are fought over resources, many times oil and other energy bases. Electricity is arguably the most essential staple for human survival; because with enough electricity, water can literally be extracted from thin air, which can then be used to plant and water crops. With enou ...

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ALERT: Huge Asteroid That ‘COULD END HUMAN LIFE’ Defying Gravity as it Moves Towards Earth

Scientists have moved closer to being able to stop a huge asteroid colliding with the Earth and potentially wiping out human life. Researchers at the University of Tennessee have discovered that blowing the space rock up could make the collision worse by causing several devastating impacts. Instead, small changes could be made to its surface to disrupt the forces keeping it together and cause it to break up ...

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Mysterious Stone Head of Guatemala: Completely Ignored by History

Over half a century ago, deep in the jungles of Guatemala, a gigantic stone head was uncovered. The face had fine features, thin lips and large nose and its face was directed up at the sky. Unusually, the face demonstrated Caucasian features which were not consistent with any of the pre-Hispanic races of America. The discovery rapidly attracted attention, but just as quickly it slipped away into the pages o ...

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Cannabis-Based Batteries Could Charge Your Phone in Seconds—And Change the Way We Store Energy

On top of its vast medicinal benefits and a “high” that’s safer and mellower than alcohol, what if cannabis could also power a cheap, sustainable super battery and forever change the energy game? It sounds like a far-fetched dream cooked up by Cheech and Chong after a bong rip or three, but it’s possible, according to a team of researchers at the University of Alberta. During the American Chemical Society'  ...

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Mass UFO Sighting Over Houston Texas Lights Up Social Media

  A series of alleged UFO photos taking in Houston Texas storm social media this week leaving people baffled from what they saw. Do you believe in UFO's, please leave your thoughts. Thanks for watching.. Check Click 2 Houston website for future updates on this story or to contact them with any other additional information on this event.. http://www.click2houston.com/  Disclose.tv - Mass UFO Sighting Ov ...

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Salton Sea Beach: You’ll Be Shocked to Know That This Isn’t Sand…. It’s Something Far More Sinister

What you see below isn’t a beautiful, sandy beach. Sure, it’s a beach, but that definitely isn’t normal sand. It’s the coast of the Salton Sea, a shallow body of water in California’s Imperial and Coachella valleys. It’s the largest lake in California and, as the years go on, it’s getting saltier. The salinity of the sea is getting so bad, it’s killing millions of fish and creating this grotesque beach. The ...

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Massive 3,800-Year-Old Fortress Uncovered in City of David‏

The excavation of the Spring House fortress, conquered by King David, and where King Solomon was crowned, took 15 years. The biggest fortress ever uncovered in Israel from the pre-Herod period was inaugurated in March 2014 in a secret ceremony. The fortress, that was built some 3,800 years ago, was uncovered during a 15-year archeological dig in the City of David, one of the most complex and unique digs eve ...

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