A photographer has captured spectacular cracks hundreds of yards long in the ice of the world's largest freshwater lake.
The stunning pictures of Lake Baikal in Siberia were taken by Alexey Trofimov, who described what he saw as 'magical' and 'supernatural'.
The 44-year-old from…Continue
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Residents used to boast they had one of the healthiest rivers in their region, because there were no factories along its…Continue
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As news of the approaching announcement of the existence of Planet X and the upcoming pole shift reaches more and more people, signs emerge from time to time that these people are taking the message very, very seriously.
Most often, those that hear of this are the rich, who hear the gossip of…Continue
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Rafters on the popular Clark Fork River have a surreal view as they pass the fuselages near a river feature called Mermaid Rock…Continue
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A landslide has closed part of the Historic Columbia River Highway east of Portland for a…Continue
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The leafy village of New Ollerton in Nottinghamshire, is probably as average as any other rural village in England, surrounded in the main by farmer’s fields and only a stone’s throw from Sherwood Forest, but recently this small parish has hit the news as being the…Continue
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For the third time this month, the UK has been…Continue
Massive 33-year-old interstate bridge is closed after it starts SAGGING in the middle
A 400-foot section of a bridge in Wisconsin has been closed after a motorist noticed the bridge…Continue
The Zetas have previously addressed the issue of the sun's increased intensity since Planet X arrived in the inner Solar System and started reflecting extra light back to Earth from its dust cloud; light that would normally not hit the Earth.…Continue
Australia bans all illegal boat refugees from ever settling in the country and warns that all new unauthorised asylum-seekers will be sent to Papua New Guinea…Continue
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‘The Scramble for Africa’ is a term used to describe the period of time spanning several decades starting around 1880, when most of Africa was still unexplored. European powers rushed to conquer the continent in the name of commerce…Continue
The crumpling Sunda plate which causes sinking but also some ground to rise has caught a US Navy…Continue