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Image shows God of Chaos asteroid Apophis gearing up to pass Earth

The asteroid Apophis, the potentially hazardous space rock due to pass close to Earth next month, has been photographed by a ground-based telescope project. The image was captured by the Elena robotic telescope unit, which took a single exposure shot of the sky lasting 300 seconds.

Feb 24, 2021 by Ed Browne - Newsweek
Conspiracy News
azuma makoto continues his 'paludarium' series of bonsai ecospheres

japanese flower artist azuma makoto presents his latest exhibition which displays the TACHIKO and YASUTOSHI versions of his 'paludarium' series. the overall series expresses influence from the 19th century english invention, a small conservatory or plant protection machine that had since been exhibited at the paris expo.

Feb 14, 2021 by designboom | architecture & design magazine
Botany & Horticulture Blogs
EU at risk of implosion as Bundesbank's 'plan to print Deutsche Marks' exposed

Ten years after the financial crisis, Europe's economy achieved a recovery, but not a revival. Low inflation, low interest rates and low growth were the new normal across the continent. Then, the coronavirus pandemic hit, causing incredible damage to the economies of numerous countries.

Jan 17, 2021 by Martina Bet
World News
Israeli submarine reportedly crosses Suez Canal in 'message' to Iran

An Israeli submarine openly crossed the Suez Canal last week, in a show of force against Iran, the Kan public broadcaster reported Monday night. The move was approved by Egypt, according to the report, which cited Arab intelligence sources. The submarine reportedly surfaced and faced the Persian Gulf, which lies on the other side of Saudi Arabia.

Dec 29, 2020 by Times of israel
World News
Fireflies are facing extinction due to habitat loss, pesticides and artificial light

(CNN) -- Around the world, fireflies light up the night with their shimmering bodies. But scientists say this magical display is under threat -- with the loss of their natural habitats, pesticide use and artificial light putting some of the 2,000 or so species at risk of extinction.

Jun 04, 2020 by Katie Hunt, CNN
Botany & Horticulture Blogs
A pod of killer whales is accused of 'orchestrated' attacks on boats, terrifying the sailors and baffling scientists

A series of aggressive actions by orca whales along the coast of Spain and Portugal has left scientists baffled. Many sailors have sent distress calls after orcas have left their boats seriously damaged and crew members injured in the past two months, as detailed by The Observer.

Oct 11, 2020 by Insider
Nature Blogs
Preserving Flowers in Resin
Dec 27, 2019 by BuzzingFish
Botany & Horticulture Blogs
tags: #conservation
The Fatal Flaws of Interventionism Scuttle "Recycling"

Recycling was one of those great ideas of the 1970s, right? One of the first great movements to save the earth from resource depletion and the land and sea from human refuse? Who could even imagine, now, a modern nation without recycling bins, recycling plants, and yoghurt containers made with recycled materials?

Nov 16, 2019 by Walter Donway via Saavy Street
World News



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