North America’s Western Cordillera, from Alaska to Southern Mexico, is a wall of mountain. Except for a low point called the Deming gap, between the Rocky Mountain’s end at the Mogollon Rim, and the Sierra Madre Occidental in Mexico. Chihuahua Desert grasslands spill west through the gap to mingle with cactus in the Sonora Desert.… Read More The Galapagos of the Southwest
See my latest post “The Shape of the Universe” on this Gamma Ray Burst feature found by astronomers that casts a big questions on Big Bang Cosmology, at Thunderbolts.info.
First came the warning from scientists – twelve percent chance a Coronal Mass Ejection (CME) will hit Earth in the next ten years. That’s one-in-eight…one-in-six is Russian roulette. Nice odds. Now a major hedge fund warns “unimaginable consequences” for the global economy. The global economy is the host from which they feed – vampires can’t… Read More We’ve been warned. People need to listen.
Researchers say data from IceCube Neutrino Observatory at the South Pole indicate cosmic rays zapping Earth at the South Pole are coming from particular locations, rather than distributed uniformly across the sky. Stefan Westerhoff of the University of Wisconsin and team used the observatory, buried under a thick layer of ice, to create a comprehensive… Read More Vela and the Cosmic Funnel