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Your daily dose of natural disasters and amazing phenomena around the world for February 5, 2021

Fire in the sky! By Mikhail Karpov

Brumadinho disaster, on 25 January 2019, is considered one of worst environmental tragedies in Brazilian history. Now, Brazil mining giant agrees to pay $7bn for the collapse that killed 272 people. Below a reminder:

When ice fishing turns really bad!

This week's polar vortex is cold enough to freeze antifreeze

Smallest reptile on earth discovered in Madagascar. The little guy is only 13.5mm long!

Being a Black man in law enforcement is difficultActually hard everywhere!

Complicity in 10,000 murders

Evansville’s cop records UFO cluster?

Yankee Stadium officially opened as a mass COVID-19 vaccination site

This new particle is a portal to a 5th dimension

That’s the most amazing missile intercept video ever:

Like Scotland running out of Scotch or Kentucky running low on Bourbon

Alcohol deaths hit record high during Covid pandemic

40-Vehicle Pileup in Blizzard Shuts Down I-80 in Iowa:

U.S. mass surveillance in Canada

China’s latest weapon: the sand dredger

Growing Bismuth crystals is fascinating

The solution is no vaccine… It’s that

Drone swarms attack from ships

Another shocking attack in Oakland’s Chinatown:

Security cameras. License plate readers. Smartphone trackers. Drones. We’re being watched 24/7. What happens when all those data streams fuse into one?

Intruder at home to Air Force One

Las Cruces chase and shooting caught on video:

Now AI can detect emotion with radio waves

Good Job Sarah Thomas

Giant sinkhole opens up in Izmir, Turkey:

35 years old tested negative 5 times for COVID still dies from new COVID mutation…

Everything you ever wanted to know about how not to build a underground bunker:

When will life return to normal?

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