Author: Leo Ashcraft

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Big solar storm Monday – Chance to see Northern Lights

This forecast of a G3 magnetic storm Monday overnight means that chances may be good to see the Aurora borealis, also known as the Northern Lights. Because of the intensity with this storm, the aurora could possibly be perceptible as far away south as Oklahoma City and additionally Raleigh, N.C. The prediction coming from the Geophysical Institute at the University of Alaska Fairbanks demonstrates regions which may have a good likelihood of looking at the lighting. The solid green lines exhibits what distance south the Northern Lights can be pictured on Monday evening. Forecast: Auroral activity shall be high(++). Weather...

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Muslim Cleric Warning: Cucumbers Too Sexy for Women

An Islamic cleric residing in Europe purportedly has advised Muslim girls to never get very close to bananas, cucumbers and also other produce — to protect themselves from experiencing “sexual thoughts.” The unnamed cleric, in whose directive had been showcased within a brief article in el-Senousa, a religious magazine, supposedly asserted that if ladies planned to feed on these types of food, a third party — if possible a male related to them, such as ones own dad or spouse — will need to chop the products into smallish bits before consuming, the Egyptian online site Bikya Masr stated. Carrots...

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Flying Saucers for Everybody! 1954 Magazine Prediction

In the 1954 issue out of Mechanix Illustrated, the magazine printed a superbly great work named “FLYING SAUCERS FOR EVERYBODY!” This excellent brief piece illustrated the way flying disks would improve laborious commutes throughout far-out period in 1965. The main article also has numerous terrific schematics and also comprehensive solutions of the disks technician, Mr. Peter Nofi: The disk was in fact designed by Peter Nofi, an official from the Merchant Marines. Nofi, an obsessive student of aerodynamics, had bundled the downward jet power of this ducted-fan aided by the recognized rule of high-lift air-foil. We recognize that a fan...

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Portland installs turbines in city water pipes – powers city with toilets

Hydoelectric devices were installed in the main aquatic lines in Portland, Oregon, making use of water pressure to make electricity. Those generators operate wherever water will be running downhill, and therefore are already recouping a lot of the power cost in maintaining the water system operating. Once totally in position, these particular water pipe electric generators could certainly power tens of thousands of people’s homes.     Gregg Semler, CEO of Lucid Energy, adhered to his dream of “helping water become more sustainable” by designing this particular smart and practical piping technique. Not only are they truly effective electricity devices, they even...

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Washington state opens women’s bathrooms to men

Because of the Human Rights Commission, Washington state’s most recent legislated rules will make businesses open their restroom doors to men and women alike – therefore, men are required to be granted  the same usage rights along with unfettered accessibility to the women restrooms. “This first-of-its-kind, statewide law is part of the recent push to frame gender-segregated bathrooms as an affront to ‘equality,’” wrote Joseph Backholm in the Family Policy Institute of Washington. A new law from the state’s HRC just took effect this month – that’s following the Houston’s lesbian mayor who wasted her own individual campaign to open women’s...

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Sick of El Niño? Nasa Says “You Ain’t Seen Nothing Yet”

The El Niño currently causing mayhem around the world is predicted only to worsen in 2016 – and NASA specialists worries it could possibly get as bad as the most devastating El Niño ever. A fresh satellite picture of the weather system has a surprising likeness to another out of December 1997 – the very worst El Niño on record – which had been attributed for severe weather conditions, including record precipitation located in California along with Peru, heat waves through Australia, plus fires within Indonesia. Those severe variables triggered approximately 23,000 deaths in 1997 and 1998. This Year El...

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Europe Eyes Establishment of Moon Base by 2030s

Lunar Leap: Europe Eyes Establishment of Moon Base by 2030s There is rising appeal in Europe to focus on the moon as humanity’s future deep-space destination. The moon, devotees suggest, might work as a springboard that will thrust the human exploration of the solar system, as well as Mars as the horizon purpose. Thus Europe is in fact ratcheting up exactly what it sees to be the ideal importance of the moon through pushing forward towards lunar research missions that will consist of possibly mankind plus robots.Naming the effort a “comeback to the moon,” European space coordinators envision a series...

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Justice Antonin Scalia says World War II style internment camps may happen again

Justice Antonin Scalia predicts that the Supreme Court will eventually authorize another a wartime abuse of civil rights such as the internment camps for Japanese-Americans during World War II.You are kidding yourself if you think the same thing will not happen again, Scalia told the University of Hawaii law school while discussing Korematsu v. United States, the ruling in which the court gave its imprimatur to the internment camps.The local Associated Press report quotes Scalia as using a Latin phrase that means in times of war, the laws fall silent, to explain why the court erred in that decision and...

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STRANGE ALIEN CRAFT WITNESSED BY MANY IN LOTA CHILE

Workers of a company in Lota, Chile claim having seen an extraterrestrial craft flying over the commune. These employees believe it stopped in mid-air to observe them. More than stars can be seen in the skies over Lota. Mario knows this well; he is an employee with a company located only meters from the coast, and on December 8 (2007) he had an experience that has left him in shock to this very day. “I am certain that the crew, if it had one, were aware of my presence and that I was watching them,” he recalls. It was after...

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Mysterious Pink Clouds Blankets Chinese City

Locals from China’s large cities are becoming progressively accustomed to red warning signaling of which its dark grey air is now too dirty to breath. What form of signal should be given if the air covering ones city would be pink?  Atmosphere the color of pigs is nothing for you to squeal about as the residents of Nanjing in eastern China discovered last month. While Beijing along with other northern towns, cities have been blanketed underneath hefty smog at the red caution stage, Nanjing’s skies in the latter part of the night time abruptly turned bright pink. A dual feeling of...

Police Say Man Wrapping Mosque Door Handle with Bacon ‘Possible Hate Crime’

Police: Man Wrapping Mosque Door Handle with Bacon ‘Possible Hate Crime’

Las Vegas, NV (KTNV) – Police said a man wrapped raw bacon on the door of a local mosque. Police are investigating the incident captured on video as a possible hate crime since pork or bacon are forbidden in Islam both to eat and touch. The surveillance video captured by Masjid Tawheed mosque shows a man placing the raw bacon onto the mosque’s doors and door handles. One of the mosque’s founding members said fellow members are concerned about the crime and are calling it a “deliberate attack” on their religion. “There are still people out there who love to hate,...