Taiwan shatters world record for longest-lasting rainbow


Taiwanese scientists have recorded the world’s longest-lasting rainbow at nearly 9 hours

CCU, Taipei, Taiwan.

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Two Taiwanese scientists claim to have recorded the longest-lasting rainbow in history, which they measured as persisting nearly nine hours at Chinese Culture University (CCU) in Taipei on Nov. 30.

The rainbow was recorded on Nov. 30 by Chou Kun-hsuan (周昆炫) and Liu Ching-huang (劉清煌), both professors in the Department of Atmospheric Science, as they stood on the roof of the Dayi Building on the campus of CCU.

According to Chou, the rainbow started at 6:57 a.m. and lasted until 3:55, or 8 hours and 58 minutes. If confirmed, this would shatter the previous record set in Wetherby in Yorkshire UK on Mar. 14, 1994, which was recorded as lasting from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., or 6 hours.


CCU, Taipei, Taiwan.

The world record was an accident, the two professors were originally tracking the rainbow to prove a theory that they descend seven degrees every 30 minutes. On Monday Nov. 27, the professors had a preview of what was to come when they recorded a rainbow that lasted six hours.

Chou is looking to apply for the “longest-lasting rainbow” category with Guinness World Records based on video and pictorial footage.

https://www.taiwannews.com.tw/en/news/3310942

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A famous waterfall mysteriously disappears OVERNIGHT in Chiapas, Mexico


 

One of the most famous tourist attractions of Chiapas has almost completely disappeared as the flow of the river has decreased unexpectedly. Residents living around Cascadas de Agua Azul and from tourists visiting the area, woke up in distress as they noted that the waterfall had almost completely disappeared on November 10, 2017. The baffled inhabitants directly alerted authorities about the unusual phenomenon. Officials are investigating but have found nothing yet. Baffling is the fact that Chiapas is coming out from an intense wet season and that it has rained last week as well. So no drought, no needs of irrigation of agriculture. So what’s the heck?

The Cascadas de Agua Azul waterfall in Chiapas, Mexico has completely disappeared overnight
Before and after pictures: The Cascadas de Agua Azul waterfall in Chiapas, Mexico has completely disappeared overnight. via Radio Formula

Here a before after video of the waterfalls. Pretty impressive change:

The origin of this water phenomenon remains a mystery, but is under investigation.

The Cascadas de Agua Azul waterfall in Chiapas, Mexico has completely disappeared overnight
People walk on the waterfall in Chiapas, which is normally flowing in a thundering noise. via Animal Politico
The Cascadas de Agua Azul waterfall in Chiapas, Mexico has completely disappeared overnight
The area is visited by 600,000 tourists each year with highlights being San Cristobal de las Casas, Palenque and Las Cascadas de Agua Azul.

Did a crack or a sinkhole empty the river AGAIN in Mexico?

http://strangesounds.org/2017/11/waterfall-mysteriously-disappears-chiapas-mexico-video-pictures.html

Hellish Hail/Honeyless Hives; Squall Alert; Pos Lightning; Brassica (e19) ~ IAF


 

 

More GSM News: Wine production at 50yr low, Storms (Brian, Lan), Puerto Rico grid to be down at least until 1/2018. Crop Focus: Brassica Oleracea. (Full show notes weren’t listed)

 

*Global Phenomenon* – ” World’s Flying insects disappearing”


 

 

October 21, 2017: Flying insects, an annoying but necessary part of life, are disappearing, according to a study published Wednesday in the journal PLOS One. For the study, researchers evaluated 27 years of insect collection data from German nature preserves and found the biomass of flying insects had fallen by a seasonal average of 76 percent! As detestable as flying insects are, they’re also a vital part of the ecosystem, providing food for animals and playing a vital role in agriculture. As for why the insects are disappearing, researchers appeared stumped. Climate change, they said, seems an unlikely culprit since the increase in temperatures should have helped, not harmed, the insect population. But, what if an increase in Extreme UV is the unseen culprit? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7eBGH… (No Flies) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I-_vB… (No Hatchlings) http://www.sciencemag.org/news/2017/0… #MrMBB333

ALERT: Insect Ecosystem Collapsing! Solar output changing ~ IAF


 

 

IAF Special Alert: New study (10/18/2017) indicates FLYING INSECT POPULATION is COLLAPSING. This affects entire ecosystem, most notably in terms of pollinators. Start growing your own food today! Crop losses continue, exponentially increasing extreme weather events, and volcanic/seismic activity: many indications that the effects of the Grand Solar Minimum continue to accelerate. START MOVING TOWARDS SELF-SUFFICIENCY TODAY. Start taking daily steps NOW towards self-sufficiency so that you can thrive in the Grand Solar Minimum. SUBSCRIBE! http://iceagefarmer.com/ http://wiki.iceagefarmer.com/ Patreon supporters get 10% off at TheAquaponicSource.com ! http://patreon.com/iceagefarmer

Penguin disaster as only two chicks survive from colony of 40,000 ‘Catastrophic breeding event’ leads to demands for a marine protected area to be set up in East Antarctica


The declining penguin populations in Antarctica

 
 
13 October, 2017
A colony of about 40,000 Adélie penguins in Antarctica has suffered a “catastrophic breeding event” – all but two chicks have died of starvation this year. It is the second time in just four years that such devastation – not previously seen in more than 50 years of observation – has been wrought on the population.
The finding has prompted urgent calls for the establishment of a marine protected area in East Antarctica, at next week’s meeting of 24 nations and the European Union at the Commission for the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources (CCAMLR) in Hobart.
In the colony of about 18,000 breeding penguin pairs on Petrels Island, French scientists discovered just two surviving chicks at the start of the year. Thousands of starved chicks and unhatched eggs were found across the island in the region called Adélie Land (“Terre Adélie”).
The colony had experienced a similar event in 2013, when no chicks survived. In a paper about that event, a group of researchers, led by Yan Ropert-Coudert from France’s National Centre for Scientific Research, said it had been caused by a record amount of summer sea ice and an “unprecedented rainy episode”.
The unusual extent of sea ice meant the penguins had to travel an extra 100km to forage for food. And the rainy weather left the chicks, which have poor waterproofing, wet and unable to keep warm.
This year’s event has also been attributed to an unusually large amount of sea ice. Overall, Antarctica has had a record low amount of summer sea ice, but the area around the colony has been an exception.
Ropert-Coudert said the region had been severely affected by the break-up of the Mertz glacier tongue in 2010, when a piece of ice almost the size of Luxembourg – about 80 km long and 40km wide – broke off. That event, which occurred about 250km from Petrels Island, had a big impact on ocean currents and ice formation in the region.
“The Mertz glacier impact on the region sets the scene in 2010 and when unusual meteorological events, driven by large climatic variations, hit in some years this leads to massive failures,” Ropert-Coudert told the Guardian. “In other words, there may still be years when the breeding will be OK, or even good for this colony, but the scene is set for massive impacts to hit on a more or less regular basis.”
The link between climate change and the sea-ice extent around Antarctica is not very clear. Sea ice has been increasing in recent years, which could be attributed to a rise in the amount of freshwater in the ocean around the continent caused by climate change. However, over the long term, climate change is expected to cause the sea ice to shrink dramatically.
“For the moment, sea ice is increasing and this is a problem for this species as it pushes the feeding place – the sea ice edge – farther away from their nesting place,” Ropert-Coudert said. “If it shrinks it would help but if it shrinks too much then the food chain they rely on may be impacted. Basically, as a creature of the sea ice they need an optimum sea-ice cover to thrive.”
Elsewhere, human pressures including climate change have already been having a severe impact on the numbers of Adélie penguins. On the Antarctic Peninsula, which has been badly affected by climate change, populations have been decreasing, and some researchers suggest they may become extinct there.
Ropert-Coudert said there were more anthropogenic threats on the horizon – fishing and possibly tourism – that the penguins needed protection from.
He has called for a marine protected area (MPA) to be established there.
Freedom for Miss Simpson, the penguin found 2,000km from home
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“An MPA will not remedy these changes but it could prevent further impacts that direct anthropogenic pressures, such as tourism and proposed fisheries, could bring,” he said.
Next week, 24 countries and the European Union will meet at the CCAMLR in Hobart to discuss the potential creation of more MPAs around Antarctica.
At last year’s meeting, after years of failed negotiations, the members agreed to create the world’s largest MPA in the Ross Sea, and many expect the group to agree on East Antarctica next.
This has also been proposed by Australia and has been on the table at the CCAMLR for eight years.
The head of polar programs at WWF, Rod Downie, said: “Adélie penguins are one of the hardiest and most amazing animals on our planet. This devastating event contrasts with the image that many people might have of penguins. It’s more like ‘Tarantino does Happy Feet’, with dead penguin chicks strewn across a beach in Adélie Land.
“The risk of opening up this area to exploratory krill fisheries, which would compete with the Adélie penguins for food as they recover from two catastrophic breeding failures in four years, is unthinkable. So CCAMLR needs to act now by adopting a new Marine Protected Area for the waters off East Antarctica, to protect the home of the penguins.”
Ropert-Coudert and his colleagues are in the process of completing a scientific paper on the breeding failure and plan to submit it to a journal in the coming weeks.
When the ice goes…
 
When the ice goes, so much of the solar energy that used to reflect off of the ice and pass back into space will now go right into the ocean or into any exposed land that used to be ice covered. Almost all soil has CO2 and Methane in it, and when the sun warms it, it comes out of the previously frozen soil. We can see that in the daily methane reports.

SOTT Earth Changes Summary – September 2017 : Extreme Weather, Planetary Upheaval, Meteor Fireballs


 

September was yet another extremely violent month from an ‘earth changes’ point of view. A series of class X solar flares seem to have been the harbingers of unprecedented natural phenomena, in both quantity and intensity. Two historic earthquakes hit Mexico causing more than 300 deaths, destroying hundreds of buildings and damaging thousands more. The 2017 Atlantic hurricane season is among the top 10 most active in history, and it’s not over yet. So far, the real shocker was three hurricanes at the same time, two of which, Irma & Maria, tore a swath of destruction through the Caribbean and into central Florida. Unseasonable snow and cold temperatures also hit Northern Europe and the US northern States this September, while oversized hail, heavy rains and flooding also pounded Europe, South Asia and Africa. Check it out below, and thanks for watching and don’t forget to like and subscribe so you don’t miss the ongoing drama!

Scientists can’t explain why a giant hole the size of Maine just opened up in Antarctica October 10, 2017


 Note: A major volcanic eruption or geothermal activity in the ocean could be related to this phenomenon.

Mario Tama/Getty Images

A mysterious hole the size of Maine has opened up in Antarctica, stumping scientists who have no clue how it formed, Motherboard reports. “It looks like you just punched a hole in the ice,” explained University of Toronto Mississauga professor Kent Moore.

Called a “polynya” — an area of open ocean water in the midst of ice — the spot was first observed in the same location in the 1970s, but scientists at the time were limited in their ability to study it. “At that time, the scientific community had just launched the first satellites that provided images of the sea-ice cover from space. On-site measurements in the Southern Ocean still require enormous efforts, so they are quite limited,” Dr. Torge Martin told Phys.org.

Last year, the hole mysteriously opened up again for a few weeks. The 2017 polynya, which is larger than the Netherlands and opened in early September, marks “the second year in a row it’s opened after 40 years of not being there,” Moore said.

Blaming climate change is “premature,” Moore cautioned, adding that his team is working to publish their research on why the hole has appeared again. That being said, Martin added: “For us this ice-free area is an important new data point which we can use to validate our climate models. Its occurrence after several decades also confirms our previous calculations.” Read more about the polynya at Motherboard and Phys.org. Jeva Lange

http://theweek.com/speedreads/730096/scientists-cant-explain-why-giant-hole-size-maine-just-opened-antarctica

A gigantic hole in Antarctica leaves unexplained scientist

Mississippi River cargo shipping costs SOAR – Prices of goods go HIGH as mighty river goes LOW!


 

October 10, 2017: Look for inflation to soar as the price of barge weight is increasing by up to 400% as the river is becoming impassable in places! Those inflated costs ALWAYS find their way to the shelf and impact an already stressed economy. Also, MORE new sandbars and sand features are being seen in the Mississippi River, getting low. #MrMBB333

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Mississippi River SO low some barges cannot move grain | More earthquakes ABOVE New Madrid Fault!


 

More earthquakes at the New Madrid Fault as the Mississippi River water disappears, into thin air. Locals in disbelief!

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Picket Fence Auroras and Plasma Ropes, Electrical Phenomenon in Earth’s Skies Intensifies ~ Adapt2030


 

 

 

With the geomagnetic storm on September 29-29, 2017 Earths skies were filled with plasma arcing bows stretching horizon to horizon, reforming into what was previously only ever seen twice before as a single strand. Now the amplification is an aural plasma bow. Earlier in the month there were picket auroras, and more red sprites and back in July 2017, incredibly rare ball lightning. Join me for an incredibly interesting talk with David Dilley where we peg exact dates for intensification of this round of global cooling using past climate cycles. MIAC #35 David Dilley: Definitive Dates for the Onset of Major Global Cooling Libsyn http://adapt2030.libsyn.com/miac-35-d… Soundcloud https://soundcloud.com/adapt-2030/mia… Stitcher Radio https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/davi… Unique aurora phenomenon captured amid local Northern Lights display http://komonews.com/weather/scotts-we… https://www.sott.net/article/363403-I… Ball Lightning https://watchers.news/2017/07/17/ball… Aurora during Sept 28, 207 solar storm https://watchers.news/2017/09/28/g3-s… ADAPT 2030 Mini Ice Age FB Page https://www.facebook.com/Miniiceage Content Provided by David DuByne http://www.oilseedcrops.org You can also find this Mini Ice Age Conversations podcast on iTunes / Stitcher Radio / Soundcloud

Mississippi River going dry ABOVE New Madrid Fault – Crack in ground?


October 1, 2017: Has a crack formed in the bottom of the Mississippi River leaking water down into the New Madrid Fault? The Mighty Mississippi is getting very low, even bone dry in some places. No drought….where is the water going?

3 earthquakes in New Madrid Fault near DRY Mississippi River – Absolute perfect match with NMSZ


 

 

October 2, 2017: New Madrid showing signs of movement as the Mississippi River goes dry above it. Water may be going down in the fault. Quakes were on October 2 within 10 hours of one another. #MrMBB333

Where is the Mississippi River water going? | Going DRY not long after historic floods


October 2, 2017: Mississippi River sand bars beginning to appear in NEW places. Water is disappearing. Unusual report coming out of Natchez, MS just south of Vicksburg, right on the Mississippi River. http://fox4kc.com/2017/05/01/dam-gate… https://weather.com/news/news/floodin… #MrMBB333

Extreme UV/Sunlight burns wings of a live Cicada! – “Not a good sign”


Note: While we van’t be for certain UV is the culprit, if true this many explain the disappearance of flies and other insects in some regions.

July 16, 2017: Saul, a viewer from Houston Texas made an alarming observation on Friday when he and his wife were sitting out on the patio they saw a Cicada on the ground like they had never seen before.
It is beginning to appear Earth’s environment is getting to harsh for some delicate creatures, when this creature has been a part of this ecosystem for thousands of years, and now its wings are being burned off by sunlight it has been accustomed to for many hundreds of years. This is very telling and yet another very important sign that something is changing and changing very rapidly and we need to act fast and find a solution to this problem, no excuses.

Note”Thank you Saul for that keen observation”.

Taiwan photographer captures rare purple lightning  


© Luis Lai (賴仲由)
Late rock star Prince was famous for his song “Purple Rain,” but did you ever see purple lightning?

Taiwanese nature photographer Luis Lai (賴仲由) did, and he captured it on his smartphone.

Friday night, as extreme torrential rains were battering large parts of Taiwan, Lai went to the top floor of his home in the Changhua County village of Dacun (大村), reports said.

He only wanted to check whether all the doors and windows were ready to withstand the rain, but in addition, he saw bolts of lightning and hurried to record six seconds on his smartphone as it struck behind a red-roofed building in his neighborhood.

Weather experts said that purple lightning usually only occurs at high altitudes, and is rarely seen so close to the ground. At the origin could be differences in temperature and substances in the air, they said.

In this case, the bolt of lightning could have originated high in the clouds but extended its reach and its original color down to the ground, experts said.

Arctic stronghold of world’s seeds flooded after permafrost melts


No seeds were lost but the ability of the rock vault to provide failsafe protection against all disasters is now threatened by climate change

The Svalbard ‘doomsday’ seed vault was built to protect millions of food crops from climate change, wars and natural disasters
The Svalbard ‘doomsday’ seed vault was built to protect millions of food crops from climate change, wars and natural disasters. Photograph: John Mcconnico/AP

It was designed as an impregnable deep-freeze to protect the world’s most precious seeds from any global disaster and ensure humanity’s food supply forever. But the Global Seed Vault, buried in a mountain deep inside the Arctic circle, has been breached after global warming produced extraordinary temperatures over the winter, sending meltwater gushing into the entrance tunnel.

The vault is on the Norwegian island of Spitsbergen and contains almost a million packets of seeds, each a variety of an important food crop. When it was opened in 2008, the deep permafrost through which the vault was sunk was expected to provide “failsafe” protection against “the challenge of natural or man-made disasters”.

But soaring temperatures in the Arctic at the end of the world’s hottest ever recorded year led to melting and heavy rain, when light snow should have been falling. “It was not in our plans to think that the permafrost would not be there and that it would experience extreme weather like that,” said Hege Njaa Aschim, from the Norwegian government, which owns the vault.

“A lot of water went into the start of the tunnel and then it froze to ice, so it was like a glacier when you went in,” she told the Guardian. Fortunately, the meltwater did not reach the vault itself, the ice has been hacked out, and the precious seeds remain safe for now at the required storage temperature of -18C.

But the breach has questioned the ability of the vault to survive as a lifeline for humanity if catastrophe strikes. “It was supposed to [operate] without the help of humans, but now we are watching the seed vault 24 hours a day,” Aschim said. “We must see what we can do to minimise all the risks and make sure the seed bank can take care of itself.”

Plastic boxes containing plant seeds inside the international Svalbard Global Seed Vault on Spitsbergen, Norway.
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Plastic boxes containing plant seeds inside the international Svalbard Global Seed Vault on Spitsbergen, Norway. Photograph: Jens Buttner/dpa/Alamy

The vault’s managers are now waiting to see if the extreme heat of this winter was a one-off or will be repeated or even exceeded as climate change heats the planet. The end of 2016 saw average temperatures over 7C above normal on Spitsbergen, pushing the permafrost above melting point.

“The question is whether this is just happening now, or will it escalate?” said Aschim. The Svalbard archipelago, of which Spitsbergen is part, has warmed rapidly in recent decades, according to Ketil Isaksen, from Norway’s Meteorological Institute.

“The Arctic and especially Svalbard warms up faster than the rest of the world. The climate is changing dramatically and we are all amazed at how quickly it is going,” Isaksen told Norwegian newspaper Dagbladet.

The vault managers are now taking precautions, including major work to waterproof the 100m-long tunnel into the mountain and digging trenches into the mountainside to channel meltwater and rain away. They have also removed electrical equipment from the tunnel that produced some heat and installed pumps in the vault itself in case of a future flood.

Aschim said there was no option but to find solutions to ensure the enduring safety of the vault: “We have to find solutions. It is a big responsibility and we take it very seriously. We are doing this for the world.”

“This is supposed to last for eternity,” said Åsmund Asdal at the Nordic Genetic Resource Centre, which operates the seed vault.

 

https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2017/may/19/arctic-stronghold-of-worlds-seeds-flooded-after-permafrost-melts?CMP=share_btn_tw#img-1

Earth News: Unique phenomenon from around the World | +Cool Pics! ~ MrMBB333


Note: The anomaly over the Pacific was first reported last Saturday. Very late that evening, around 3am I was still awake in bed, playing with my cat. All of a sudden there was a shift in energy accompanied by a loud tone/hum and vibration that came over the area.Right before it happened my dog “woofed” and immediately afterward the cat looked around the room and then jumped up to the window to see what was going on outside. The sound and vibration lasted about 1/2 hour before it subsided. Was the anomaly related to this wave? I have absolutely no idea…
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April 27, 2017: *Update* video that takes a look at several unique observations, some made by you from around the world. Plus, we look at an interesting news article from Newfoundland (UV).
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New phenomenon discovered in the night sky


Posted by on April 21, 2017New phenomenon discovered in the night sky

A new phenomenon seen as a giant purple streak of light in the night sky has been recently discovered and, for lack of a better word, named Steve. Steve was discovered thanks to scientists, citizen scientists, ground-based imagers and ESA’s magnetic field Swarm mission.

Originally thought to be a ‘proton arc,’ this strange feature has captured the attention of scientists and while there is still a lot to learn about it, the electric field instrument aboard Swarm mission has measured it.

Flying through the phenomenon now known as Steve, the temperature 300 km (186 miles) above Earth’s surface jumped by 3 000 °C (5 432 °F) and the data revealed a 25 km (15 miles) wide ribbon of gas flowing westward at about 6 km/s compared to a speed of about 10 m/s at either side of the ribbon.

Speaking at the recent Swarm science meeting in Canada, Eric Donovan from the University of Calgary explained how this new finding couldn’t have happened 20 years ago when he started to study the aurora.

While the shimmering, eerie, light display of auroras might be beautiful and captivating, they are also a visual reminder that Earth is connected electrically to the Sun. A better understanding of the aurora helps to understand more about the relationship between Earth’s magnetic field and the charged atomic particles streaming from the Sun as the solar wind.

“In 1997 we had just one all-sky imager in North America to observe the aurora borealis from the ground,” Donovan said.

“Back then we would be lucky if we got one photograph a night of the aurora taken from the ground that coincides with an observation from a satellite. Now we have many more all-sky imagers and satellite missions like Swarm so we get more than 100 a night.”

And now, social media and citizen scientists also have an increasingly important role.

At a recent talk, Prof. Donovan met with members of Alberta Aurora Chasers, a Facebook group which attracts members of the general public who are interested in the night sky and includes some talented photographers.

Looking at their photographs, Donovan came across something he hadn’t seen before. The group called this strange purple streak of light in the night sky captured in their photographs a ‘proton arc’ but for a number of reasons, including the fact that proton aurora are never visible, he knew this had to be something else. However, nobody knew what it actually was so they decided to put a name to this mystery feature: they called it Steve.

New featured discovered in the night sky - Steve. Copyright: Dave Markel Photography

New featured discovered in the night sky – Steve. Copyright: Dave Markel Photography

While the Aurora Chasers combed through their photos and kept an eye out for the next appearances of Steve, Prof. Donovan and colleagues turned to data from the Swarm mission and his network of all-sky cameras.

“It turns out that Steve is actually remarkably common, but we hadn’t noticed it before. It’s thanks to ground-based observations, satellites, today’s explosion of access to data and an army of citizen scientists joining forces to document it,” Donovan said. “Swarm allows us to measure it and I’m sure will continue to help resolve some unanswered questions.”

“The ground network and the electric and magnetic field measurements made by Swarm are great tools that can be used to better understand Steve. This is a nice example of society for science,” ESA’s Swarm mission scientist, Roger Haagmans, added. “It is amazing how a beautiful natural phenomenon, seen by observant citizens, can trigger scientists’ curiosity.”

Featured image: New feature discovered in the night sky – Steve (previously known as photon arc). Copyright: Dave Markel Photography (via ESA)

https://watchers.news/2017/04/21/new-phenomenon-discovered-in-the-night-sky/

 

 

*Rare Sky Phenomenon* spotted high above Earth | Measured by SWARM @ 5400 degrees F!

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