Earth Changes

There is no doubt that the planet is going through a period of great physical change. Pollution is a major problem, and man is certainly to blame for deforestation, oil spills, and radiation from nuclear waste and accidents. There is much debate surrounding the exact extent to which man is actually responsible, however, and how much of these changes are simply the result of natural processes. The "depletion of the ozone layer," "global warming" and now "climate change" are the evolving buzzwords that politicians have used justify an agenda of increased taxes, stifled economic development and overall power consolidation. But observations have shown us that planets throughout the solar system are getting hotter, and it's been claimed that the whole solar system is moving into a more energetic area of space. Weather is becoming more extreme and in order to adapt to these changes, we need better science and less politics.

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  1. Helios


    Lots of strange things are going on with these hurricanes.

    Predictably, Hurricane Harvey and Irma are being used by the left to push their typical human-made climate change propaganda.

    But do...
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  2. Christian


    With 180-mile per hour winds, it's now being reported that Hurricane Irma is strongest hurricane ever recorded in the Atlantic Basin.

    Irma just smashed a record to become the strongest hurricane...
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  3. Christian


    On this day in history, September 14, 1901...

    U.S. President William McKinley died after an assassination attempt by Leon Czolgosz on September 6, 1901. One of the motivations cited for the...
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  4. Laurel


    Weather modification has been a hot topic for a long time. Cloud seeding, chemtrails, HAARP...all these technologies have been around for quite some time. Many people believe Hurricane Katrina was...
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  5. Christian


    On this day in history, July 21, 356 BC...

    A man named Herostratus set fire to the wooden roof beams of the Artemision in Ephesus (in present-day Turkey). The Artemision, or Temple of Artemis,...
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  6. Christian


    Using the UN's own climate prediction model, Danish statistician Dr. Bjorn Lomborg, President of the Copenhagen Consensus Center, is saying the Paris Climate Agreement will cost at least one...
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  7. Helios


    The leader speaks...

    the politicians repeat...

    and the unwashed masses follow blindly like sheep!

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  8. Christian


    On this day in history, May 18, 1980...

    57 people were killed and $3 billion in damage was caused when the Mount St. Helens volcano erupted in Washington state.

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  9. Size Matters


    According to this article from RT, there have been hundreds of allegations of “fake research” conducted at some of the UK’s top universities between 2011 and 2016. The figures reveal at least 300...
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  10. Helios


    A major nor'easter is threatening to bring heavy snow, freezing temperatures and strong wind to the Northeast US between Monday night and Tuesday. A blizzard watch has been issued for New York...
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  11. Christian


    A severe drought in Mexico has caused waters to recede, exposing a 400-year-old Dominican church that has been completely submerged under water for decades.

    Divine revelation: Drought exposes...
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  12. Christian


    On this day in history, March 11, 2011...

    At 2:46 p.m. an exceptionally powerful earthquake hit Honshu, the main island of Japan. At 3:36 p.m., less than an hour after the earthquake, a tsunami...
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  13. Christian


    What is going on in this world?

    From the video's description:

    The Most Reverend Manuel A. Cruz, Auxiliary Bishop of the Archdiocese of Newark, was offering opening prayers at a Saturday...
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  14. Helios


    Prior to the inauguration of Donald Trump, the White House official Web site had a large informational resource page about "climate change" and all the steps the federal government was taking to...
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  15. Christian


    On this day in history, February 16, 1978...

    Computer hobbyists Ward Christensen and Randy Suess developed the very first Internet discussion forum, the CBBS (Computerized Bulletin Board System)....
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  16. Christian


    On this day in history, December 27, 2004...

    Radiation from an explosion on the magnetar SGR 1806-20, which is about 50,000 light-years away from Earth, impacted the planet so violently that it...
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  17. Christian


    On this day in history, December 26, 2004...

    One of the deadliest tsunamis in recorded history hit several Asian countries including Thailand, India, Sri Lanka, the Maldives, Malaysia, Myanmar,...
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  18. Christian


    On this day in history, December 11, 1997...

    The Kyoto Protocol, an international treaty which commits states party to the treaty to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, opened for signatures. Based...
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  19. Laurel


    The Governor of Florida is urging Florida residents living along the I-95 corridor to prepare for Hurricane Matthew. At its peak, it was a Category 5. However, I'm hearing from different sources...
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  20. Laurel


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    Another threat that President Obama mentioned was ISIS. Well who on earth armed them? Who armed the Syrians that were fighting with Assad? Who created the necessary...
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  21. Christian


    I'm usually not one to get all excited about blurry photos of some unidentified thing, especially in the cases like sightings of bigfoot and the Loch Ness Monster.

    But in this case, the photo...
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  22. Guest


    This guy claims to have met with people that have family members in FEMA.

    So here's some interesting earth doom for ya!

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  23. Helios


    Shallow 7.0 earthquake strikes Japan, which follows an earlier 6.2 earthquake from Thursday

    They're calling the earthquake yesterday was a foreshock and possibly the one today is the mainshock....
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  24. Guest


    I woke up today with the windows open telling my family it feels like Memorial Day.

    In many places throughout the East Coast and Mid Atlantic, this is looking like one of the warmest Christmas...
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  25. Helios


    I listened to the pope's address before Congress. I actually never even heard him speak English before. I have to say I was not impressed one bit. In fact, several parts made me pretty angry.

    For...
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  26. LadyHawke


    Earlier this year, there was a terrible earthquake in Nepal which killed thousands of people, and destroyed many buildings.
    The earthquake came exactly 12 seconds after CERN emptied their hadron...
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  27. Guest


    Same-sex marriage, Obamacare, climate change, and now immigration. Many people are beginning to doubt that his "accomplishments" will actually last against legal scrutiny.

    Read more:

    President...
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  28. Guest


    Pretty crazy if real. But it's strange how the lights don't move at all. The skeptic in me says it's as if someone superimposed the static images and then transitioned them away.

    I can't really...
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