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Será algum "continente perdido" ? :)

Invisible Mountains Revealed Under Greenland Ice
http://www.livescience.com/environment/061213_under_ice.html
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Antarctic Glaciers Won’t Melt, Says Russian Researcher
http://www.russia-ic.com/news/show/3129/

Death 'may be first South Pole murder'
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/main.jhtml?xml=/news/2006/12/14/wpole14.xml

Severe Space Storm Headed to Earth
http://www.space.com/scienceastronomy/061213_solar_storm.html

Astronauts Forced To Take Shelter From Violent Solar Storm In Space
http://www.local6.com/technology/10523819/detail.html

42-meter giant European telescope set to probe universe
http://www.zeenews.com/znnew/articles.asp?aid=342002&ssid=27&sid=ENV

Astronomers plunder cosmic treasure
http://www.theage.com.au/news/Natio...cosmic-treasure/2006/12/14/1165685815890.html

Scientists to put mud volcano claim to the test
http://www.bangkokpost.com/News/14Dec2006_news18.php

6.1 Magnitude earthquake hits the Republic of Buryatia
http://www.itar-tass.com/eng/level2.html?NewsID=11081150&PageNum=0

'Booming' 2.5 Magnitude Earthquake Hits Pennsylvania
http://www.pottstownmercury.com/site/news.cfm?newsid=17589278&BRD=1674&PAG=461&dept_id=18041&rfi=6
 

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A planet beyond Pluto
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/science/nature/467572.stm
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Geomagnetic Storm In Progress
http://www.yubanet.com/artman/publish/article_47535.shtml

Sea levels may rise higher than predicted due to global warming
http://news.mongabay.com/2006/1214-sea_level.html

Climate change has animals heading for hills
http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/16205780/

Scientists drill back in time in Antarctica
http://today.reuters.co.uk/news/art...NDRILL-DC.XML&WTmodLoc=SciHealth-C3-Science-3

Tasmanians shelter on beach as 'fireball' jumps defence lines
http://www.theage.com.au/news/natio...s-defence-lines/2006/12/14/1165685831078.html

Comet's ingredients surprise scientists
http://news.ninemsn.com.au/article.aspx?id=171136

There's an asteroid out there with our name on it
http://www.itwire.com.au/content/view/8116/1085/
 

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Stone Age Cemetery, Artifacts Unearthed in Sahara
http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2005/10/1021_051021_sahara_artifacts.html

Egypt - The Giza Plateau

In Egypt, A.R.E. members Joe Jahoda and Dr. Joseph Schor have been unable to obtain permission to do further additional radar analysis of the 25 x 40 foot underground cavern that they discovered near the Sphinx in 1997. NASA scientists verified the cavern and Jahoda and Schor were allowed to do limited drilling in order to drop cameras down for a better look. Although the cavity appeared to be a natural formation, it made what may be an unnatural, 90-degree turn. Tentative approval was given for a more sophisticated radar analysis to be done in 1999. Due to a bureaucratic snafu, the permits were not approved. In a July 2001 article on the web site of the National Geographic Society, Zahi Hawass, Director General of the Giza Plateau, is said to have recently urged other archaeologists to join him in a two year moratorium on all excavations in the area from Giza to Aswan. The only explanation given is Hawass’ concern for the preservation of the existing monuments.

During the summer of 2001, two French archaeologists claimed to have located entrances to hidden chambers in the Great Pyramid of Khufu. Their discoveries were reported in an ABC Online News Service. The French researchers used computerized architectural data from Egyptian funeral designs as well as a technique called macrophotography to analyze hundreds of meters of walls within the pyramid. Although the two men are calling for a joint French-Egyptian effort to uncover the chambers, the response from other Egyptologists, both French and Egyptian, has been less enthusiastic. Zahi Hawass has responded emphatically that he is unaware of any evidence for hidden chambers or cavities in the Great Pyramid.

The National Geographic Society’s follow-up study of the so-called door found at the far end an air shaft leading from the Queen’s chamber in the Great Pyramid was due to commence in March of 2000. It has been repeatedly postponed with no reason given. This pyramid has just recently been reopened to the public. It was closed over the past year for repairs as part of a routine rotation and cleaning schedule involving all the pyramids at Giza. Given the great amount of publicity surrounding the airshaft door, the lack of follow-up is mysterious in itself. (The shafts have since been probed with more mysterious doors found.)

In 2004, Zahi Hawass announced that the University of Birmingham (UK) was performing an extensive ground-penetrating radar study of the area between the Sphinx and Great Pyramid to find the tunnels and chambers there. Hawass also related that the tunnel under the Sphinx had not been fully cleared of debris.

http://www.edgarcayce.org/ancient_mysteries/egypt.asp

Terá isto relação com a notícia dos robôs nas pirâmides, Kim?
 

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Stone Age Cemetery, Artifacts Unearthed in Sahara
http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2005/10/1021_051021_sahara_artifacts.html

Egypt - The Giza Plateau

In Egypt, A.R.E. members Joe Jahoda and Dr. Joseph Schor have been unable to obtain permission to do further additional radar analysis of the 25 x 40 foot underground cavern that they discovered near the Sphinx in 1997. NASA scientists verified the cavern and Jahoda and Schor were allowed to do limited drilling in order to drop cameras down for a better look. Although the cavity appeared to be a natural formation, it made what may be an unnatural, 90-degree turn. Tentative approval was given for a more sophisticated radar analysis to be done in 1999. Due to a bureaucratic snafu, the permits were not approved. In a July 2001 article on the web site of the National Geographic Society, Zahi Hawass, Director General of the Giza Plateau, is said to have recently urged other archaeologists to join him in a two year moratorium on all excavations in the area from Giza to Aswan. The only explanation given is Hawass’ concern for the preservation of the existing monuments.

During the summer of 2001, two French archaeologists claimed to have located entrances to hidden chambers in the Great Pyramid of Khufu. Their discoveries were reported in an ABC Online News Service. The French researchers used computerized architectural data from Egyptian funeral designs as well as a technique called macrophotography to analyze hundreds of meters of walls within the pyramid. Although the two men are calling for a joint French-Egyptian effort to uncover the chambers, the response from other Egyptologists, both French and Egyptian, has been less enthusiastic. Zahi Hawass has responded emphatically that he is unaware of any evidence for hidden chambers or cavities in the Great Pyramid.

The National Geographic Society’s follow-up study of the so-called door found at the far end an air shaft leading from the Queen’s chamber in the Great Pyramid was due to commence in March of 2000. It has been repeatedly postponed with no reason given. This pyramid has just recently been reopened to the public. It was closed over the past year for repairs as part of a routine rotation and cleaning schedule involving all the pyramids at Giza. Given the great amount of publicity surrounding the airshaft door, the lack of follow-up is mysterious in itself. (The shafts have since been probed with more mysterious doors found.)

In 2004, Zahi Hawass announced that the University of Birmingham (UK) was performing an extensive ground-penetrating radar study of the area between the Sphinx and Great Pyramid to find the tunnels and chambers there. Hawass also related that the tunnel under the Sphinx had not been fully cleared of debris.

http://www.edgarcayce.org/ancient_mysteries/egypt.asp

Terá isto relação com a notícia dos robôs nas pirâmides, Kim?

Hehe, eles andam a rondar, a rondar, mas claro nada lhes será permitido encontrar! ;) Até rimou! E o que rima é verdade... :rolleyes:

Esse senhor Zahi Hawass é realmente um péssimo "guardião" do pouco que resta dessa gloriosa civilização de Luz! :cool:
 

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The Daedalus Starship
http://www.damninteresting.com/?p=655#more-655
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Alternative theory of gravity explains large structure formation -- without dark matter
http://www.physorg.com/news85310822.html

Solar physicist says weak sun produces record solar outburst
http://www.physorg.com/news85415149.html

ESA mission controllers react to solar flare
http://www.physorg.com/news85410734.html
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US scientists unveil new earthquake tracking system
http://www.physorg.com/news85395777.html
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Northern Lights thrill southern Norway
http://www.physorg.com/news85418177.html

Exhibit Shows Egypt's Sunken Treasures
http://www.physorg.com/news85470327.html
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Parts of the collapsed, restless volcano in Yellowstone National Park are swelling faster than has ever been recorded
http://www.billingsgazette.net/articles/2006/12/15/news/state/25-dome.txt
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SEATTLE'S ELECTRIC STORM: Stayed up all night watching this witchy storm, winds howling like a wolf. electric blue regions flashed as far as I could see from horizon to horizon. Ball lightning flashed close to the ground. Power outage still widespread. Any other reports?
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E se algum dia este super-vulcão acorda a sério :eek: :( :( :( Qualquer coisa de notável se verificará no planeta inteiro! :sweat:

Como esta a actividade sismica na zona?? é um bom indicador...

De qualque maneira ha-de ser um dos vulcoes mais monitorizados do mundo nao??
 

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Como esta a actividade sismica na zona?? é um bom indicador...

De qualque maneira ha-de ser um dos vulcoes mais monitorizados do mundo nao??


Com o Katrina tb eram dos melhores sistemas do mundo, inclusive com as torres gemeas. Penso que os pés deles tb são de barro:(
 

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Com o Katrina tb eram dos melhores sistemas do mundo, inclusive com as torres gemeas. Penso que os pés deles tb são de barro:(

Também é verdade...Os americanos tendem a ser desleixados...Se bem que com o Katrina acho que foi mais a resposta a tragédia que nao foi a melhor...Em relaçao as torres gémeas...Atentados ocorrem em todo o lado...É só eles quererem...
 

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A falta de eficiência do sistema nos EUA deveu-se em muito, ou em porporção do tamanho da catastrofe. Dificilmente algum país estaria preparado para um Katrina.
Os EUA sempre lidaram muito bem com furacões, muitos anos de experiência, resultaram em poucas mortes embora por vezes muitos danos materiais. O Katrina foi a excecção à regra, mas foi excecção em tudo...
 

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A falta de eficiência do sistema nos EUA deveu-se em muito, ou em porporção do tamanho da catastrofe. Dificilmente algum país estaria preparado para um Katrina.
Os EUA sempre lidaram muito bem com furacões, muitos anos de experiência, resultaram em poucas mortes embora por vezes muitos danos materiais. O Katrina foi a excecção à regra, mas foi excecção em tudo...

Não concordo Rogério,;) pq a evacuação foi mandatória e não obrigatória, todos viamos que ia atingir NW e, além disso tinham imensos planos só que infelizmente não foi no Texas, pq senão a preparação era muito mais eficaz:disgust:
Foi desleixado devido ao tipo de comunidade afectada e pq não queriam gastar recursos fiando-se na probabilidade, pelo que concordo com o Alex foi mais uma reacção do que uma prevenção além disso a pressão foi muita no que se concerne à muita especulação imobiliária no "aftermath"....