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Arctic Sea Ice Extent Hit A Record Low for the Month of October

The average sea ice extent for the month of October was the lowest on record for that month, averaging only 5.66 million square kilometers (2.19 million square miles), beating the previous record-holder, October 2012, by nearly a quarter-million square kilometers. This was due to abnormally warm conditions across the Arctic

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Whitley’s New Book “A New World” Available Now

A New World, published on Friday in paperback and Kindle formats, is getting great reviews on Amazon.com and is listed as the #1 Bestseller in the UFO Category. The book describes the wealth of new close encounter experiences Whitley has had since 2015 and especially since February of 2016 when,

Yet Another Biosignature Gas Appears to Change With the Seasons on Mars

NASA’s Curiosity rover has found that the oxygen levels in the air in the Mars’s Gale Crater change along with the seasons on the Red Planet, rising in the spring and summer and falling during the winter. This follows Curiosity’s discovery that Martian methane also fluctuates with the seasons, and

Our Singular Genetic Code Might Not Be Alone in the Universe

  All lifeforms across the entirety of the planet Earth have one thing in common, in that there is only one genetic code shared amongst all of the biological kingdoms, a singular chemical language handed down through the planet’s history, from the earliest single-celled creatures to the complex organisms that

City of Venice Declares State of Emergency Due to Historic Flooding

The city of Venice declared a state of emergency on November 13 due to the second worst flood experienced in the city’s history. Second only to 1966’s 1.94-meter (6.4-foot) flood, Wednesday’s inundation saw a high tide of 1.87 meters (6.1 feet) that left Saint Mark’s Square under more than a


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