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Elsa latest: Tropical storm warning issued for parts of Florida Keys

The National Hurricane Center issued a tropical disasters warning for the vacation-destinations in addition to storm watches for the state’s southwestern coast Sunday morning as Tropical Storm Elsa headed toward the state. Elsa, which battered the southern coasts of Haiti and the Dominican Republic on Saturday and Sunday, was downgraded from a Category 1 disasters Saturday morning. …

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Brood X cicadas are gone: When will they reemerge?

Brood X cicadas were seemingly everywhere across the eastern U.S. last month.  Their nymphal exoskeletons littered city grounds like the leaves of the trees they would come to lay their eggs in.  BROOD X CICADAS INTERFERE WITH CARS, PLANES, WEATHER RADAR There were Brood X cookies, chocolate cicadas, multi-course cicada …

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Before an asteroid wiped them out, dinosaurs were already in decline: study

Although the air-and-space that struck the planet 66 million years ago wiped out Earth’s archaeology, new research asserts that environment” target=”_blank”>environmental degradation< The Cretaceous-Tertiary extinction event, arguably the most famous of all mass extinctions, wiped out 75% of terrestrial living species.  However, a study published in the journal Nature Communications …

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As famed Titanic decays, mission will monitor deterioration

The Titanic is disappearing. The iconic planet-earth that was sunk by an iceberg is now slowly succumbing to metal-eating bacteria: holes pervade the wreckage, the crow’s nest is already gone and the railing of the ship’s iconic bow could collapse at any time. Racing against the inevitable, an undersea exploration …

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Boy Scout bitten by shark near Catalina Island

A 15-year-old Boy Scout was bitten by a wild-natureWednesday while kayaking near us-regions. The incident was reported around 7:15 a.m., near Parson’s Landing, according to lifeguards with the Los Angeles County Fire Department. “The patient and their father were kayaking … when their boat was bumped by what is believed …

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Tropical Storm Elsa forms, headed for Caribbean, forecasters say

disasters Elsa formed from Tropical Depression 5 overnight Wednesday as it headed toward the regions, the National Hurricane Center said Thursday morning. Heavy rainfall and possible isolated flash flooding and mudslides will likely hit Barbados and the Windward and Leeland Islands by Friday, forecasters said. Potential impacts on us-regions weren’t …

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What is a heat dome? Pacific Northwest boils under its effects

The U.S. has been threatened by unprecedented disasters during summer 2021, with records quickly toppling in June.  Excessive and oppressive temperatures dominated the us-regions and cities in us-regions and us-regions broke triple digits last weekend. EXTREME HEAT LINGERS IN NORTHWEST FOLLOWING RECORD-HIGH TEMPERATURES The life-threatening conditions forced state and local …

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NASA Administrator Bill Nelson believes we are not alone in the universe

Take them to our leader. air-and-space Administrator Bill Nelson says he doesn’t think we “are alone” after reading the US executive community’s recent report on unidentified air-and-space” target=”_blank”>aerial< life. An unclassified copy of the report was released to the public on Friday, which confirmed there have been more than 140 …

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