The little pink-flippered, blue-eyed, red-haired seal, has a webcam:
Tuesday, November 29, 2011
Monday, November 28, 2011
Wednesday, November 23, 2011
The Moon's shadow will just miss the Earth's South Pole on the 25th of November.
But, while this upcoming partial eclipse will be visible to the southernmost Earth observers, it will be most spectacular to those who happen to be stationed at the southernmost parts of Antarctica.
For those of you stationed very far south, perhaps even at the South Pole itself, you'll be able to observe the Moon's disk slowly work its way across the Sun, covering up, at it's maximum, 87% of the Sun's surface. What's most spectacular about this is that, instead of the just-a-few-minutes duration that solar eclipses often last, because of how slowly the Earth spins near the poles, observers close enough to the South Pole will get to see the Moon spend over an hour, literally, blocking a portion of the Sun.
Two weeks later, on December 10th, we are going to have a total lunar eclipse.
Monday, November 21, 2011
Royal Raymond Rife has just been exonerated...
Doctors have developed a new treatment that kills breast cancer cells by ‘cooking’ them — and it works in just minutes.
The procedure uses a targeted electrical current to heat tumours to 70-90c (160-190f).
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-2064568/Boiling-breast-tumours-kills-10-minutes-Doctors-develop-treatment-using-targeted-electrical-current.html#ixzz1eOyVmoNr