This is the Unicorn!

Your daily dose of natural disasters and amazing phenomena for April 23, 2021...

One of the smallest black holes — and the closest to Earth so far — discovered. Scientists call it 'the Unicorn.'

Update on the M7.2 Colombia earthquake cover-up

Many meteors and fireballs were captured during the Lyrid meteor shower that peaked from midnight on April 22nd to early dawn on April 23rd… Here a movie captured with a wide-angle camera facing the southern sky from Fuji. Next, the Eta Aquariids meteor shower will peak before dawn on May 6.

And this one was caught exploding over Germany…

We are on the brink of a new mass extinction

John Hinkle Jr., an NCAA champion bowler, had the thumb hole of his bowling ball filled with his father’s ashes, as his two-handed technique requires only two fingers.

Impressive Ghost Town in Missouri

A Good Samaritan…

Inside the horrific ‘exorcisms’ sweeping Russia

Most lightning strikes survived…

Gold Rush Return To Grass Valley

On April 17, the Sun released a coronal mass ejection (CME), a gargantuan release of plasma coming from an active region of the solar surface.

Meanwhile, NOAA forecasters say that G2-class geomagnetic storms are possible on April 25th when a coronal mass ejection (CME) is expected to hit Earth's magnetic field. The CME was hurled in our direction yesterday by a C3.8-class flare from sunspot AR2816. If the geomagnetic storm occurs as predicted, auroras could dip into northern-tier US states from Maine to Washington.

Unexpected heavy snow cuts off cities from the rest of the world in India

SpaceX has done it again this morning at 5:49 a.m. EDT…

Alaskan village bans unvaccinated people from in-person shopping

Scientists have unveiled the 22 million year old story of this asteroid that hit Earth in 2018… Science here video below…

The Pink Supermoon on Monday will be the second largest full moon of 2021.

Learn more about poleshift in this interesting book... (affiliate)

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