Mysterious fossil of a giant prehistoric fish with circular saw-shaped teeth found in Russia
Nature & Science

Mysterious fossil of a giant prehistoric fish with circular saw-shaped teeth found in Russia

A rare fossil of a prehistoric monster-fish’s spiral of chainsaw-like teeth has been found in Russia. The scary Helicoprion was an extinct ancestor of the modern-day ghost shark or ratfish with an impressive set of nashers – that lived millions of years before the dinosaurs.Discovered in an open coal mine in Volgograd, southern Russia, the latest…

UFO sighting: NASA live stream shows ‘alien craft uncloaking’ near ISS – ‘It’s a ship!’
Nature & Science

UFO sighting: NASA live stream shows ‘alien craft uncloaking’ near ISS – ‘It’s a ship!’

Self-proclaimed extraterrestrial life expert Scott Waring believes he has captured the moment a Russian ISS cosmonaut noticed a UFO trio appear on a NASA live stream. Waring took to his etdatabase.com blog to speculate about the conversation with the iconic orbiting space station.Waring wrote: “This is 100 percent proof NASA knows about alien craft buzzing…

In one of Australia’s sunniest states, the huge rise of solar is jeopardising the entire power grid
Green Energy

In one of Australia’s sunniest states, the huge rise of solar is jeopardising the entire power grid

Posted December 01, 2019 05:41:14 In Western Australia, one of the sunniest landscapes in the world, rooftop solar power has been a runaway success.On the state’s main grid, which covers Perth and the populated south-west corner of the continent, almost one in every three houses has a solar installation.Combined, the capacity of rooftop solar on…

Earth is Getting Windier –
Green Energy

Earth is Getting Windier –

Earth is Getting Windier — Which Helps Wind Turbines Generate More Green Energy (wbur.org) Posted by EditorDavid on Saturday November 30, 2019 @11:34AM from the answer-is-blowing-in-the-wind dept. “The world is getting windier,” reports WBUR, citing a new study published in the journal Nature Climate Change. And they add that this could actually be a boon…

Manipur: Inland waterways project will destroy Loktak Lake’s biodiversity, says fishing community
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Manipur: Inland waterways project will destroy Loktak Lake’s biodiversity, says fishing community

Loktak Lake in Manipur.The fishing community residing in and around the Loktak Lake area has strongly objected to the Inland waterway project to be developed on the water body claiming it will destroy its biodiversity and the livelihood of fisherfolks. Mansukh Mandaviya, minister incharge for Shipping and Chemical and Fertilizers, last Thursday informed the Parliament…

Marine Ecology

Animals could help humans monitor oceans

Sharks, penguins, turtles and other seagoing species could help humans monitor the oceans by transmitting oceanographic information from electronic tags. Thousands of marine animals are tagged for a variety of research and conservation purposes, but at present the information gathered isn’t widely used to track climate change and other shifts in the oceans. Instead, monitoring…