And then it looked otherworldly...

Your daily dose of natural disasters and amazing phenomena for May 13, 2021...

Even cats have enough

Tracks in flooded mine. Looks otherworldly…

Sinkhole drains lake near St-Louis, Missouri infrastructure collapse in Memphis… All link to New Madrid…

Are events happening now leading us into an endless global nightmare?

Tropical storm Andres forms in Pacific, earliest on record…

Uproar over proposed homeless camp sites at L.A. beaches...

Tree poaching hits Canada...

Examining video taken nearly two decades ago, researchers led by the University of Iowa describe multiple instances where a section of the diffuse aurora—the faint, background-like glow accompanying the more vivid light commonly associated with auroras—goes dark, as if scrubbed by a giant blotter. Then, after a short period of time, the blacked-out section suddenly reappears. The researchers say the behavior, which they call “diffuse auroral erasers,” has never been mentioned in the scientific literature.

Is this why scientists try to control lightnings and thunderstorms?

Australian woman went to have her tonsils removed and woke up eight days later with an "Irish" accent

M6.0 earthquake hits off Panama…

Colonial Pipeline paid hackers nearly $5 million in ransom

Russia to send actor and director to ISS to shoot first movie in space

the earth's oceans are filled with massive, hollow, worm-like entities called pyrosomes that can grow as big as a sperm whale…

The terrifying sound of the Krakatoa Eruption in 1883

1,000 feral cats released onto Chicago streets to tackle rat explosion

SOTT Earth Changes Video Recap - April 2021…

Why DNA is the material of choice for nanorobots

Power outage after Nigeria’s electricity grid collapses

U.S. Military is training for a mass casualty event where many people will die. Guardian Response 21…

Even if you think discussing aliens is ridiculous, just hear me out

No, you can't eat the capybara

Making fire with ice

Giant ice tsunami destroys house in Russia…

Filter your water, now… (affiliate)

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