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Issue 532 In This Issue July 23rd, 2017

Editor's Corner

Greetings,
Did you know there is a new technology for making an unsinkable material from aluminum? It's actually a new way of making a kind of metal foam. Metal foam has been around for a while but this new technology allows for control over exactly where and how much of the material is porous. Click here

Speaking of things that float, it hasn't been long since the 1 trillion ton iceberg broke off of the Larsen C ice shelf and already there's another crack forming! Click here

On a slightly different subject, there seems to have been an uptick in natural disasters this last week. There have been large floods, earthquakes, tornadoes, and there are still a few very large wildfires. Click here

That's about it from me for this week. Enjoy this newsletter, stay safe, and have a wonderful week.

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In The News

Nationwide Outage Hits Bank of America: Customers Unable To Access Accounts
In an apparent nationwide system outage, Bank of America customers have been shut out from accessing their accounts and online banking on Wednesday afternoon. As of 4pm ET the outage was continuing with most online systems still frozen. On Downdetector.com reports starting spiking after 11:30 a.m. and the website was inundated with comments from Bank of America customers around the country saying they couldn’t access online banking from their applications or computers, transfer money or deposit money or checks. Coral Springs resident Eric Sleeper told the Miami Herald that he received what looked like a phishing email from the bank Wednesday and immediately called customer service to see if something was wrong. A message on his online account said it could not pull up his information.

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New crack found in Antarctica ice shelf after 1 trillion ton iceberg breaks free
An ice shelf in Antarctica is already showing a new crack, just a week after an iceberg dramatically broke free from the structure, according to researchers. The new rift was spotted by scientists from Project MIDAS who have been closely monitoring the Larsen C ice shelf and who first detected the calving of iceberg A68, which broke free last week. The crack was found using Sentinel-1 interferometry data gathered Tuesday, researchers wrote in a Project MIDAS statement. “A new rift appears to be extending northwards… and may result in further ice shelf area loss,” the statement reads. “We see a new short feature of around 6 kilometers (3.7 miles) heading north from the complex region of cracks that formed just before the iceberg broke away,” said Adrian Luckman, a professor of glaciology at Swansea University, who is leading the MIDAS research, as quoted by Deutsche Welle. The researchers said although the split will likely turn towards the shelf's edge, there is a risk that it will continue on to Bawden Ice Rise, which it describes as a “crucial point of stabilization for Larsen C Ice Shelf.”

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Earth Watch

Deadly M6.7 earthquake hits Greece - Turkey border region, triggers a tsunami
July 21st, 2017
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Yosemite under threat as wildfire engulfs northern California (VIDEOS & PHOTOS)
July 20th, 2017
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300 000 hectares ablaze, more than 45 000 people evacuated, British Columbia
July 19th, 2017
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Strong and shallow M6.4 earthquake hits near the coast of Peru
July 18th, 2017
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Major M7.7 earthquake hits Aleutian Trench, tsunami advisories issued
July 18th, 2017
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Technology Watch

The new technology for porous material production
The new technology of producing unsinkable material from the aluminum alloy was patented at Peter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic University (SPbPU). The effect of porosity is produced by addition of foaming gas into liquid metal during re-melting of the aluminum material. The porous materials can be used for increase of structures stiffness and sound and heat insulating proprieties, said the SPbPU's Media-center. "High porosity level can be used to decrease the density of structural elements, e.g. sheets. The density can be decreased even lower than the density of water. Such structural elements will be unsinkable. And its usage in shipbuilding will ensure unsinkability even with the leak in the hull", says Oleg Panchenko, deputy head of the Laboratory of Light Materials and Structures SPbPU, one of the inventors.

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They see you: FBI warns about dangers of internet-connected toys
While many American parents think ‘smart toys’ are a great idea, the FBI has issued an unprecedented warning that internet-enabled items may pose a privacy and safety risk for children by harvesting personal information. Smart toys and entertainment devices for children typically contain sensors, microphones, cameras, data storage chips and multimedia capabilities such as speech recognition or global positioning (GPS). “These features could put the privacy and safety of children at risk due to the large amount of personal information that may be unwittingly disclosed,” the FBI said in a warning issued Monday. Smart toys typically require user accounts, which involve disclosure of personal information. Companies that make such toys and apps that come with them also collect large amounts of data such as voice messages, conversation recordings, physical locations of the toy and internet use history ‒ all of which could create opportunities for child identity fraud if they fall into the wrong hands, the bureau warned.

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Weather Watch

Fierce storm hits New Zealand, causing widespread flooding
July 22nd, 2017
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Dramatic New York tornadoes ‘shake house’ & send cars into the air (VIDEOS, PHOTOS)
July 21st, 2017
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Tornado rips through downtown McGregor, Iowa
July 21st, 2017
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Heavy rains, floods and landslides claim 13 lives in Jammu and Kashmir
July 20th, 2017
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Tornadoes hit China damaging homes and cutting power to thousands
July 20th, 2017
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16 dead after severe floods hit Afghanistan, 51 in Pakistan
July 20th, 2017
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Severe drought devastating southern European crops
July 20th, 2017
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Extreme flash flooding hits Istanbul after heaviest rain since 1985, Turkey
July 18th, 2017
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Rare snowstorm batters Chilean capital, leaves one dead & 337k homes without power (PHOTOS) — RT News
July 16th, 2017
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Space Watch

NASA analyzing eerie whistling sounds coming from space (AUDIO)
NASA scientists are trying to decipher rather eerie whistling sounds its probes have recorded in space. Don’t get too worried though, it’s not aliens. The team says it recorded the sounds with the help of the Van Allen Probes mission, which allows us “listen to the sounds of space” and how different elements interact. The space agency attributes the strange sounds to different electromagnetic waves known as plasma waves creating distinctive sounds “in the particle symphony surrounding Earth.” “While technically a vacuum, space nonetheless contains energetic charged particles, governed by magnetic and electric fields, and it behaves unlike anything we experience on Earth,” NASA said. “By understanding how waves and particles interact, scientists can learn how electrons are accelerated and lost from the radiation belts and help protect our satellites and telecommunications in space,” a statement explained.

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Calendar of Events

Tuesday's in July @ 7pm: Miracles & Inspiration - A Triad Regular Event
Join in as Scott Mowry takes today's news from around the World and translates it. Come hear Scott tell it like it is!! Pay at the Door. Cost is $10.

July 28th-30th: Yelm's UFO Festival & Cosmic Symposium - Two Great Events on One Fabulous Weekend
The Yelm UFO Festival is FREE admission to the public and located outdoors by Yelm Cinemas at 201 Prairie Park Ln SE in Yelm WA. The top bands in The Pacific NW will be performing live music with state of the art sound and stage and a 8'x15' Jumbotron LED Screen. It's Festival seating - so bring a blanket or a chair. Click here for festival performer info
The Yelm UFO Cosmic Symposium is located at The Triad Theater at 102 E Yelm Ave in Yelm (except for 2 of the presentations which have been moved to RSE due to huge seating demand). We have World Renowned UFologists sharing the latest information known to the UFO Community. Click here for speaker info & symposium schedule
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Health Watch

Bioelectricity, morphology and electroceuticals - Electricity of Life

What if there is a "bioelectric code" along with the genetic code? Thanks to determined work at the Levin Lab, some ideas in biology that were culturally disbelieved are now beginning to dawn on the mainstream consciousness in academia… with surprising displays of what is possible. Electric frontiers in biology are no small matter!

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