Global Omicron COVID variant detections rise as experts seek answers: the global health community is closely watching for new clues about whether other countries will see similar rises and if the variant will behave differently than earlier versions.
Earthquakes Today: list and maps of the 20 largest earthquakes during the past 24 hours; 4.1 earthquake - Crucecita, Mexico; 4.9 earthquakes - Bogota and Tulua, Colombia; Japan, China and New Guinea regions hit again.
Hurricane season 2021 is over. Could future ones see more storms rapidly intensify?...A growing body of research shows that storms are growing stronger faster, this will challenge coastal cities’ ability to safely move residents out of danger zones
New opioids spark deadly wave of overdoses in US: The use of synthetic opioids which are stronger than fentanyl has soared in Washington, DC, sparking a wave of tragic drug overdoses that appears to be growing.
Weather Experts Concerned About Impact Of Colorado’s ‘Very Rare’ Dry Winter: Already we have had more than 200 days without snowfall...“It’s very, very rare. It’s record breaking as far as the lateness of the season”
4,000 cars, one exit: Residents in growing neighborhoods worry their new neighbors could crowd wildfire escape routes. Proposed developments in Conifer and Colorado Springs have raised concern over wildfire preparedness as fires become more intense and the state continues to grow.
Oil prices are set to rise as high as $150 a barrel as OPEC+ controls supply in the face of Omicron concerns, JPMorgan says
Fed Chairman Jerome Powell to warn Congress that inflation will keep rising next year...Build Back Better plan is 'more government in your life' - something we don't need at all.
Football field-sized asteroid to approach Earth on Monday night, one of several in the coming weeks: astronomers possess a list of asteroids from NASA's Center for Near-Earth Object Studies that observers believe could strike Earth
Space Force Has a Plan for Training Its Troops. Now It Needs to Figure Out What They Need to Learn to Do: The Space Force can’t train the same way other services do... It needs a new simulated environment.
US Needs Indo-Pacific Force ‘Enhancements,’ Global Posture Review Finds: more rotations and presence in the Indo-Pacific —even as the U.S. watches escalating aggression by Russia against Ukraine and Iranian terror groups in the Middle East.
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Big Batteries on Wheels: Zero-Emissions Rail While Securing the Grid: how battery-electric trains can deliver environmental benefits, cost-savings, and resilience to the U.S.
Hypersonic Missiles Are Fueling Fears of a New Superpower Arms Race: The new generation of hypersonic missiles are equipped with glide vehicles that approach their targets at speeds >3638 mph in the final phase of flight.
China: Dozens of college students sickened with norovirus in Guangdong Province: 315 students suffered from symptoms including stomachache, diarrhea, vomiting and fever with 24 being preliminarily diagnosed with Norovirus.
The real question is if you can trust communist China to be truthful in their reporting of illnesses.
Oklahoma: Novel flu variant reported - one human infection with a novel influenza A virus (H1, neuraminidase result pending)...a previous infection of H3N2 variant has been reported by Ohio.
Joe Biden's handle on coronavirus 'greatest public policy failure of all time': More Americans have died from COVID in 2021 than died in 2020, before there was a shot...the US has the highest number of COVID deaths of any country on the planet by far.
Fauci, Osterholm and 'The Biden Booster Club' reappear to seek more control over Americans. Little idiot Anthony Fauci declared 'I represent science' in response to a question about critics from CBS News' Margaret Brennan.
Russia Says Latest Zircon Hypersonic Missile Test Successful: Russia said Monday it had carried out another successful test of its Zircon hypersonic cruise missile, as world powers race to develop the advanced weaponry.
Earthquakes Today: list and maps of the 20 largest earthquakes during the past 24 hours; 3.9 earthquake - 50 km southwest of Calingasta, San Juan, Argentina and Columbia; Japan and Indonesia get pummeled.
Study: Small percentage of college athletes with COVID-19 develop myocarditis...a small but significant percentage of college athletes exhibiting a potentially dangerous inflammation of the heart muscle, that can only be seen on cardiac MRI's
Scammers are sending fake 'store' surveys and impersonating Amazon: Here's what to watch out for and how to avoid scams when making donations.
How vulnerable is your personal information?
German central bank warns of overblown property prices with the problem spreading: Financial stability would be at risk if destabilizing developments were to take hold in the property market...ie, a predictable economic crash
Omicron Could Fuel Surges With ‘Severe Consequences,’ WHO Says: The likelihood of potential further spread of omicron at the global level is high and there could be future surges of Covid-19, which could have severe consequences.
People want a better world after the COVID-19 pandemic but don’t believe it will really happen...and it seems to be playing out that way.
Omicron variant: Another lockdown could be 'quite scary' for the economy, says asset management firm... if the omicron Covid variant leads to the re-imposition of lockdowns, inflation could rise further (VIDEO)
First Planetary Defense Test: An asteroid slammed into Earth 63 billion years ago ... the extinction of the dinosaurs was only one consequence of that event. It could happen again and most likely will happen. The big question is when.
Asteroid bigger than Taj Mahal racing towards Earth today.
The size of this asteroid is said to be double the size of the Big Ben clock in London.
How Climate Change Will Impact National Security: The recent U.S. National Intelligence Estimate (NIE) lays out the likely security implications over the next two decades of the mounting climate crisis.
How these changes might influence daily life, especially for communities located in economically and physically disadvantaged areas that may be more susceptible to flooding, air pollution and other environmental hazards.
“It’s important for us to consider that the worst implications of all these adverse climate effects are most likely to be felt by the people who are already the most vulnerable,”