Earth Anomalies

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Melting of polar ice shifting Earth itself, not just sea levels


The melting of polar ice is not only shifting the levels of our oceans, it is changing the planet Earth itself. Newly minted Ph.D. Sophie Coulson and her colleagues explained in a recent paper in Geophysical Research Letters that, as glacial ice from Greenland, Antarctica, and the Arctic Islands melts, Earth's crust beneath these land masses warps, an impact that can be measured hundreds and perhaps thousands of miles away.
 

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Video finally reveals what's at the bottom of Yemen's Well of Hell


In eastern Yemen there is a hole in the ground known as the Well of Barhout, aka the "Well of Hell." Located in the Hadhramaut region, the hole is 30 meters wide and 112 meters deep. According to local reports, the Well of Hell is a prison for demons as indicated by the horrible stench emanating from it. Recently, explorers descended to the bottom of the hole for the first time. Unsurprisingly, the demons hid from the interlopers.
 

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Earth Is Getting Dimmer


The study takes a look at earthshine, or the light reflected from the planet that casts a faint light on the surface of the Moon. It’s also known as the Da Vinci Glow, because Leonardo da Vinci was the first person to formally write about it. Research has advanced quite a bit since da Vinci’s writing 500 years ago, and the new findings use two decades of earthshine data collected at Big Bear Solar Observatory using a special type of telescope to view the Moon.
 

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Inside the Massive and Costly Fight to Contain the Dixie Fire


SUSANVILLE, Calif. — One grew to a size larger than Rhode Island and leveled a Gold Rush-era town. Another swelled to a quarter million acres as it came within a few miles of Lake Tahoe. Another burned down 900 buildings and was the first ever to reach a million acres.

In the past two years, California has found itself under siege from more large-scale fires burning with greater intensity than at any time on record.
 

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