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As strange, unexplained sounds around the world continue to be reported by individuals, theories about what is causing the sounds range from Mother Nature and the cosmos to suspicions that in this year of 2012, linked to the end of the Mayan Grand Calendar, secret government projects could be experimenting with human reactions – like the new DARPA Battlefield Deception plan I will talk more about at the end of this report. But NASA Solar Physicist David Hathaway says it can’t be solar plasma interactions with Earth’s magnetic fields because those sounds are below the decibel range of human hearing.
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At least 30 YouTube videos are now circulating from around the world with eerie sounds recorded over the past year since at least March 2011. Listeners report that eerie sounds – some compared to a “chorus of trumpets or horns” – other sounds compared to “an old TV playing in the distance” or a white noise drone of something like a freeway where there is no freeway. Excerpts of these unexplained sounds are included in this podcast.
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By March 18, 2011, Japan’s Prime Minister Naoto Kan said the Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant had three units in “partial meltdown” and radiation leaking at levels that can kill some people. “This is the biggest crisis for Japan in history … very grave.” Japanese officials admitted that since water cannons, fire trucks and tons of helicopter-lifted water have not stopped reactor heating, they might have to bury reactors under sand and concrete, as happened at Chernobyl in 1986.
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The climate research email scandal does not eliminate the fact that ice in the Arctic, Greenland, East and West Antarctica and mountain glaciers around the world continue to melt at accelerating rates. According to the United Nation’s Inter-Governmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), Earth will warm up between 1.4 degrees Celsius and 5.8 degrees Celsius (roughly 2 degrees Fahrenheit to 10 degrees Fahrenheit) by the end of this century. Professor Emeritus Geophysicist Henry Pollack, Ph.D., 2007 Nobel Peace Prize participant and author of 2009 A World Without Ice, discusses the impact of leaked emails scandal on December 2009 Copenhagen global climate conference and his perspective on Earth’s climate past, present and future.
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Bats are dying in the Northeastern United States at a rate never seen before and the leading culprit is a fungus called Geomyces destructans – a brand new fungus also never seen before.
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Out of 365 days in 2008, 266 were without sunspots. So far in 2009, January had 25 sunspot free days; February had 23 sun spot free days; and March had 28 sun spot free days. Solar Cycle 23 began in a May 1996 minimum, so by April 2009, it’s been thirteen years between minimums and still no increasing sunspots. The last time a solar cycle has gone thirteen years between minimums was Solar Cycle 15 in 1902 to 1913.
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Current update on European honey bee colony collapse disorder and increasing attacks by Africanized honey bees invading United States.
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By February 2009, the white-nose bat-killing syndrome in the Northeastern U. S. has expanded beyond New York, Vermont and Massachusetts to five more Northeastern states: Pennsylvania, West Virginia, New Jersey, Connecticut, and New Hampshire. Scientists are afraid mortality could reach near 100% in cave-dwelling bats and spread into Midwest.
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On March 2, 2009, people were trying frantically to save 200 pilot whales and other dolphins stranded on King Island north of the state of Tasmania, Australia – the most recent in a string of unexplained beachings since November 2008. Scientists say repeated beachings are unusual and so far have no answers.
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News updates about the September 15, 2007, Carancas, Peru, meteorite impact; alarming disappearance of four bumblebee species in North America; and breakthrough quantum physics math that shows the Cosmos is branching like a bush and each limb is a parallel universe.