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Tropical Storm heading for the Dutch Caribbean Islands and Venezuela

A tropical rainstorm that has been designated as Potential Tropical Cyclone Two by the National Hurricane Center (NHC) is forecast to travel across the southern Caribbean Sea while remaining very close to the shores of Venezuela and Colombia in South America this week. Tropical… Continue Reading “Tropical Storm heading for the Dutch Caribbean Islands and Venezuela”

Was the Ark of Noah found in the Biblical Garden of Eden

There are many wonders of the ancient world which boggle our minds and inspire the heart, but what happens when a site of such precision and magnitude proves beyond a scientific doubt the existence of man to be older than anything known before? Such… Continue Reading “Was the Ark of Noah found in the Biblical Garden of Eden”

Germany moves on with plan to legalize Cannabis sales

The German government is setting in motion plans to legalize the sale of cannabis for recreational purposes, aiming to have legislation ready later this year. The Health Ministry said Monday that it will start holding expert hearings on various aspects of the issue Tuesday.… Continue Reading “Germany moves on with plan to legalize Cannabis sales”

The Human Brain builds Mathematical Structures in 11 different Dimensions

The brain continues to surprise us with its magnificent complexity. Groundbreaking research that combines neuroscience with math tells us that our brain creates neural structures with up to 11 dimensions when it processes information. By dimensions, they mean abstract mathematical spaces, not other physical realms.… Continue Reading “The Human Brain builds Mathematical Structures in 11 different Dimensions”

Teotihuacan the City of the Gods

Teotihuacan is the oldest ancient Mesoamerican city located 30 miles (50 km) northeast of modern-day Mexico City. The city, which was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1987, was settled as early as 400 B.C. and became the most powerful and influential city… Continue Reading “Teotihuacan the City of the Gods”

Trophy Hunters Killed 1.7 Million Animals since 2010

The bloodthirsty “sport” of trophy hunting managed to kill one animal every three minutes over the past decades, according to a devastating new exposé of the industry. Over 1.7 million animals – including elephants, lions, and rhinos – have been slaughtered by trophy hunters,… Continue Reading “Trophy Hunters Killed 1.7 Million Animals since 2010”

Forest Garden with 500 Edible Plants

Historically, farms and forests have been at odds. Conventional wisdom says we have to cut down the forest to make way for agriculture. But a growing movement called Agro-Forestry “capitalizes” on the free services forests provide farmers and gardeners. A forest garden with 500… Continue Reading “Forest Garden with 500 Edible Plants”

Brazilian Forest Fires are south of the Amazon River

Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro has said it is a “lie” that fires are ravaging the Amazon rain forest, despite data from his own government showing the number of blazes is rising. Yet satellite data from Brazil’s national space agency, INPE, show the number of… Continue Reading “Brazilian Forest Fires are south of the Amazon River”

Frankincense Can Help Alleviate Symptoms Of Anxiety & Depression

Gold and frankincense and myrrh, sound familiar? These were the gifts that were allegedly brought by the three kings when Jesus Christ was born. We all know that gold is valuable, but what about the others? Frankincense has long been touted as a magical,… Continue Reading “Frankincense Can Help Alleviate Symptoms Of Anxiety & Depression”

South Africa equals the Worlds Hottest Temperature with a Sizzling 54°C

A village in South Africa has equaled the worlds hottest recorded temperature, shared with Kuwait in 2016 and Death Valley 2013, that holds the same sizzling 54°C record. Planet Earth and Storm Report SA reported that the temperature recorded at the Viooldrif weather station… Continue Reading “South Africa equals the Worlds Hottest Temperature with a Sizzling 54°C”

10,000 Dogs taking pills for a study on Canine and Human Aging

The Dog Aging Project at the University of Washington is looking to recruit 10,000 dogs to study for the next 10 years to see if they can improve the life expectancy of man’s best friend and their quality of life. The project hopes that… Continue Reading “10,000 Dogs taking pills for a study on Canine and Human Aging”

Common Things That Can Cause Cancer

The bad news is that cancer is one of the leading causes of death worldwide. The good news is that death rates from cancer in the U.S. have declined steadily over the last 25 years, according to the American Cancer Society. This notable drop of… Continue Reading “Common Things That Can Cause Cancer”