Friday, September 27, 2013

Roundup for the 27th of September 2013


If your looking for New Age, Metaphysical, Healing and Alternative talk online, check out well rounded corners. (Thanks Connie)


Some amazing shots of nacreous clouds from McMurdo Station, covered by Strange Sounds.

After mapping Earth's gravity, the Ferrari of Space satellite will run out of space in October and fall from space into Earth's atmosphere. has a gallery up of only ISON images. These images come from amatuer astronomers all over the world.


Vegetarians less likely to die from heart disease, study finds Learn more:

InfoWars is reporting that the bodyscanning devices in airports in the US are causing a surge in cancer cases for TSA workers. (From Unspun)

Wifi on airplanes: great for airlines but not so good for fliers (From Unspun)


An interesting article about the harsh habitat of the Deep Hypersaline Anoxic Basin in the Mediterranean Sea. A remotely operated vehicle, 'Jason', is the explorer in this case.

A Golden Eagle attacking a deer. Not a pretty site but the deer is not a small deer and goes to show how powerful the Golden Eagles are.

The pyramid recently discovered off the coast of Portugal has now been confirmed as not natural. Some say it may be a Pyramid from Atlantis.
Message to Eagle article about it,


AngelicView has an write up about an interesting UFO experience below. Pictures of the Alien and UFO are included along with a video. "Doc, Jonathon Reed, was hiking near Seattle WA with his dog, when his dog was attacked (and killed) by an alien being."

An interesting group of UFO/Lights over a ship off the coast of California in the US.


Swarms of Giant Hornets have killed 28 people and injured hundreds in central China.

'Who is the time travelling man John Titor?' Years ago I did a lot of research around John Titor, who was said to have time traveled back in time from 2036. Back in the year 2000 he appeared on the internet for five months answering questions and talking about his experience. Some people believed it. Here is an update on John Titor.


The Guardian has a series of pictures in relation to the hurricane season in the US. Professional storm chaser Roger Hill is the person behind the photos.

A great article covering the island that appeared off the coast of Pakistan as a result of the recent 7.8 quake that struck nearby. (From Unspun)

7.0 quake strikes the coast of Peru. A frien of mine in Lima reports they didn't feel this one.

"Thousands of properties across Adelaide and the Hills are without power after a night of high winds across South Australia." (From Unspun)

A similoar situation in the NSW state with bushfires being created by high winds and trees being uprooted. I heard yesterday that a plane at Sydney had to abort a landing because of the high winds. (this happens about twice a year when a plane has to abort so is not common)

Floods claim 45 lives in Thailand, Vietnam,-vietnam

At least 16 people died and a dozen others went missing after a mudslide triggered by heavy rainfall swept vehicles off a road and into a river in Bolivia's northeastern Amazon region, officials say. (From Unspun)

"A human being is part a part of a whole, called by us "universe", a part limited in time and pace. He experiences himself, his thoughts and feelings as something separated from the rest... a kind of optical delusion of his consciousness. This delusion is a kind of prison for us, restraining us to our personal desires and to affection for a few persons nearest to us. Our task must be to free ourselves form this prison by widening our circle of compassion to embrace all livings creatures and the whole nature in it's beauty." - Albert Einstein

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