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Venomous Jellyfish as Big as 5 London Buses Invade Britain

Deadly Portuguese man o’ war jellyfish, with tentacles as long as five London buses. People have been reporting these sightings all around the English coastline, prompting fears of invasion among conservationists. Normally living far from land in the ocean, experts from the Marine Conservation Society (MCS) say that the Society’s survey team has received many reports of them near the shoreline this year. The venomous jellyfish, which can reach 160 feet in length and can be deadly. Even with their massive sive, swimmers and surfers are not always able to spot them before they are stung. And a single touch...

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3D Printing Clothes At Home

Do want to design your own top that you can wear and look hot in the party tonight? You can just 3D print it right at home. Joshua Harris, industrial designer recently designed a Clothing Printer with a vision of 3D printing your favorite clothes. Harris developed the Clothing Printer with a group of colleagues as a project. This project placed in the Semifinals of the annual Electrolux design competition in 2010. With a wall-mounted 3D clothing printer in every house, clothing companies could sell their designs as digital templates to be added to your machine, and then selected pieces...

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An 8 Minute Surgery gives Superhuman Vision – Forever

The lens, named the Ocumetics Bionic Lens, was developed by Dr. Garth Webb, an optometrist in British Columbia who was looking for a way to optimize eyesight regardless of a person’s health or age. With this remarkable lens, patients would have perfect vision, ending the need for driving glasses, progressive lenses, and contacts, all of which are set to become a dim memory as the eye-care industry is transformed,CBC reports. Even better is the fact that people who get the lens surgically inserted will never get cataracts, because the lens replaces that of their natural eye, which inevitably decays over...

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Cloud Brightening Experiment Tests Tool to Slow Climate Change

SUNNYVALE (KPIX 5) — In a Silicon Valley research lab, scientists are working on what might be considered the option of last resort for global warming. Researcher Sudhanshu Jain said “It’s an insurance policy,” It’s called the Marine Cloud Brightening Project, and it’s designed to fight global warming by making clouds over the ocean thicker and brighter so they reflect more sunlight and cool the planet. The Sunnyvale team has reached a milestone with this high-pressure nozzle that uses salt water and looks like a normal water spray. But it took scientists a year to come up with the exact...

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AEROSPACE WORKER FIRED “I Installed Chemtrail Devices”

In mid-May, An ex-aerospace worker came forward and admitted that chemtrail devices are installed on airplanes (as he was one of the installers) and shares details about what they installed. In his words, from the included video footage below: “We gutted the plane, mounted the tanks. Installed the cables and lines and spraying devices. I was a civilian worker supervised by the military. When we finished, we were told that this was a test conducted by the German Aeronautics and Space Administration. Meaning that the plane with the spraying devices goes ahead while a second plane with measuring devices flies...

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Locust swarms plague southern Russia

Moscow (CNN) Millions of locusts have descended on farmlands in southern Russia, devouring entire fields of crops and causing officials to declare a state of emergency in the region. A vast area of at least 800 hectares is currently being affected as the swarms of insects, each measuring about 8 centimeters long, annihilate fields of corn and other crops. It’s been more than 30 years since this part of southern Russia suffered such a dense plague of locusts, according to local officials. Officials say at least 10% of crops have already been destroyed, and the locust feeding frenzy is far...

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Iran accuses U.S. of Using Weather Weapons

The head of Iran’s cultural heritage and tourism organization believes that in addition to economic sanctions, the West is launching another kind of ‘soft war’ on the Islamic republic. Speaking at a ceremony to introduce the nation’s new meteorological department chief, Hassan Mousavi said that he was “suspicious about the drought in the southern part of the country”. He went on to accuse the West as using ‘technology’ to influence the nation’s climate, saying sand storms, droughts, and other extreme weather were the result of an unspecified method of war. He said the West as using ‘technology’ to influence the...

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Swarms of Grasshoppers Show Up On Radar In Texas!

Weather radar has picked up thousands of insects flying over Knox County, Texas, according to the National Weather Service of Norman, Oklahoma. Rangers at Copper Breaks State Park in Quanah, Texas confirmed that the radar is picking up a large swarm of both grasshoppers and beetles. It is difficult to correlate a specific amount of insects to what the radar is seeing because it depends on the size and proximity of the insects as they fly, says Forrest Mitchell, Observations Program Leader at the National Weather Service of Norman, Oklahoma. They are swarming from the ground up to 2,500 feet, covering...

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