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  1. Satellites Observe Giant 'Rogue Waves' At Sea

    PARIS (AFP) -- European satellites have given confirmation to terrified mariners who describe seeing freak waves as tall as 10-storey buildings, the European Space Agency (ESA) said. "Rogue waves" have been the anecdotal cause behind scores of sinkings of vessels as large as container ships...

    Started by CVX, 08-05-2004 09:55 PM
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  2. 1,500 Of 2,000 Homing Pigeons Lost During Race

    Scientist are talking about the "Pole-Shift" that is currently underway. I wouldn't be surprised if this was the cause. STOCKHOLM, Sweden (AP) - Organizers of a race for homing pigeons were still scratching their heads in wonder Thursday after about 1,500 of the birds, famous for their...

    Started by CVX, 08-05-2004 10:08 PM
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  3. Magnetic Pole Shift? - Satellites Showing Radiation Damage

    By Bonny Schoonakker Sunday Times - New Zealand 7-26-4 Southern Africa is experiencing weird vibes, according to scientists studying one of the more profound upheavals awaiting planet Earth. This forthcoming revolution is a reversal in the Earth's magnetic field, an event that occurs...

    Started by CVX, 08-05-2004 10:48 PM
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  4. Polar Bears Roam Arctic Ice On Borrowed Time

    LONGYEARBYEN, Svalbard, Norway (AFP) -- There are today nearly as many polar bears as people in the Norwegian archipelago of Svalbard, a mere 1,000 kilometers (620 miles) from the North Pole, but experts fear that balance is about to shift as the white king of the ice roams steadily towards...

    Started by CVX, 08-05-2004 10:57 PM
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  5. Another Record Minimum for Sea Ice Cover in the Arctic Ocean?

    Is the Arctic in for another record low sea ice year? It is starting to look like it. The recently released June 2004 ice extent and concentration are much lower than normal (Fig. 1-3), indicating that annual minimum ice extent, which occurs in September, is likely to be well below normal. If so,...

    Started by CVX, 08-05-2004 11:01 PM
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  6. El Nino Predicted to Return to Pacific in 3 Months

    By Rene Pastor NEW YORK (Reuters) - El Nino, the weather phenomenon which has killed hundreds and wreaked havoc in the Asia-Pacific region over the years, will develop anew in late 2004, the Climate Prediction Center of the U.S. National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration said. In a monthly...

    Started by CVX, 08-06-2004 07:19 PM
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  7. 'Dead Zone' Spreads Across Gulf Of Mexico

    HOUSTON (Reuters) -- A huge "dead zone" of water so devoid of oxygen that sea life cannot live in it has spread across 5,800 square miles of the Gulf of Mexico this summer in what has become an annual occurrence caused by pollution. The extensive area of uninhabitable water may be...

    Started by CVX, 08-07-2004 12:32 AM
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  8. Mysteries of the Ocean Deepen

    Marine scientists conducting the first comprehensive deep-sea probes of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge stepped ashore in Bergen, Norway, this week, excited by their discovery of several suspected new species and a baffling mystery creature. More at:...

    Started by CVX, 08-07-2004 12:47 AM
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  9. Greenland ice-melt 'speeding up'

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/europe/3922579.stm

    Started by CVX, 08-07-2004 01:24 AM
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    08-07-2004 10:37 AM Go to last post
  10. Nature 'Mankind's Gravest Threat'

    BBC News 8-9-4 Giant tsunamis, super volcanoes and earthquakes could pose a greater threat than terrorism, scientists claim. Global Geophysical Events, or "Gee Gee's", as they are nick-named, are not being taken seriously enough, they say. The global community needs to monitor...

    Started by CVX, 08-10-2004 12:32 AM
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  11. Tidal Wave Disaster Just Waiting To Happen

    Scientist Says Governments Ignoring Threat Of Giant Rock Crashing Into Atlantic By Ian Sample Science Correspondent The Guardian - UK 8-10-4 It has everything you could wish for in a cliche-ridden disaster movie. A beautiful volcanic island in the Atlantic is on the brink of...

    Started by CVX, 08-12-2004 12:01 AM
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    08-13-2004 04:33 PM Go to last post
  12. Tracking return of Dead Zone in Pacific

    NEWPORT, Oregon (AP) -- His hand on a toggle switch and his eyes on a computer screen, Oregon State University graduate student Anthony Kirincich uses an array of scientific instruments to probe the vibrant waters of the Pacific. He is searching for the absence of life. More: ...

    Started by CVX, 08-16-2004 12:21 AM
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  13. Open Water at the North Pole is Not a Result of Global Warming

    Summary: Proponents of the theory of man-made global warming grasped at the New York Times story of open water in ice fields near the North Pole to vindicate their ominous predictions. [www.CapitalismMagazine.com] A recent New York Times story related that "leads" of open water in ice fields...

    Started by CVX, 08-16-2004 12:24 AM
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  14. Global Warming Menaces California Wine Industry

    By Maggie Fox, Health and Science Correspondent WASHINGTON (Reuters) - California will become hotter and drier by the end of the century, menacing the valuable wine and dairy industries, even if dramatic steps are taken to curb global warming, researchers said on Monday. The first study to...

    Started by CVX, 08-16-2004 08:51 PM
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  15. Fresh Fears For Alaska's Bears

    ALASKA -- The mighty Alaskan Kodiak bear is the world's largest land carnivore. It makes up part of a unique brown bear population in Alaska of 35,000. Alaska holds 98% of the brown bears left in America. They've survived in this wilderness whilst in other parts of the world the species...

    Started by CVX, 08-19-2004 10:29 PM
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  16. Global Warming To Devastate Europe First

    European winters will disappear by 2080 and extreme weather will become more common unless global warming across the continent is slowed, warns a major new report. Europe is warming more quickly than the rest of the world with potentially devastating consequences, including more frequent...

    Started by CVX, 08-19-2004 10:57 PM
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    08-22-2004 01:23 PM Go to last post
  17. L.A. Tornado Alert!

    Turned out to be a mistake! But the National Weather Service sent out this alert advisory on 8/21/2004 FLASH-NWS_LOX-TORNADO_WA 08/21 264 TORNADO WARNING NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LOS ANGELES/OXNARD CA 839 AM PDT SAT AUG 21 2004 THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN OXNARD HAS ISSUED A

    Started by CVX, 08-23-2004 09:32 AM
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  18. New Climate Change Study Predicts Hotter Summers, Water Shortage In California

    By Sarah Yang, Media Relations | 16 August 2004 BERKELEY – Using the latest, most sensitive climate models to date, a team of 19 scientists, including a researcher from the University of California, Berkeley, predicts that California will experience significantly hotter summers by 2100, with...

    Started by CVX, 08-25-2004 10:49 PM
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    08-26-2004 04:29 AM Go to last post
  19. Earth warned on 'tipping points'

    The world has barely begun to recognise the danger of setting off rapid and irreversible changes in some crucial natural systems, a scientist says. Professor John Schellnhuber says the most important environmental issues for humans are among the least understood. He told a briefing in...

    Started by CVX, 08-28-2004 09:19 AM
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  20. The more we grow, the less able we are to feed ourselves

    The world is consistently failing to grow enough crops to feed itself, alarming official statistics show. Humanity has squeaked through so far by eating its way into stockpiles built up in better times. But these have fallen sharply and are now at the lowest level on record. The UN's Food and...

    Started by CVX, 08-29-2004 10:25 PM
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    08-30-2004 02:13 PM Go to last post

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