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Mystery substance raining down and stripping paint from people’s cars

Workers at Extruct Aluminium are mystified by the substance (Picture: SWNS) Mystery surrounds an unknown chemical substance that is falling from the sky and damaging vehicles at an industrial park. Business owner Rob McKelvey has said employees are afraid of leaving their cars outside Extrucut Alumi

METRO.CO.UK - 2017-09-22 15:29:00

You're Not Crazy - The 2017 Hurricane Season Has Been Particularly Bad, And Here's Why

Harvey flooded Houston. Irma, the strongest Atlantic hurricane in recorded history, ravaged the Caribbean and Florida. Jose is creeping up on New England. And now Maria has left a path of destruction in the Caribbean, even wiping out power to the entire island of Puerto Rico. You're not imagining it

ELITE DAILY - 2017-09-21 18:05:24

Here's why hurricane season has been exceptionally disastrous - and why there's probably more to come

Hurricanes Katia, Irma, and Jose churn their way through the Atlantic and Caribbean.NASA Earth Observatory images by Joshua Stevens and Jesse Allen The 2017 Atlantic hurricane season is "extremely active," according to the definitions used by the National Hurricane Center. That's largely because the

BUSINESS INSIDER - 2017-09-23 12:45:00

An apocalyptic mass extinction will begin in 2100, scientists say

A mass extinction that wipes out humanity will be under way by the year 2100, scientists have claimed. By the end of the century, it's feared that so much carbon will have been added to the oceans that the planet will have passed a "threshold of catastrophe" which leads to the destruction of our spe

NEW YORK POST - 2017-09-21 02:45:09

Happy Equinox! Here's how quickly the days are getting shorter where you live

Many of us in the Northern Hemisphere start noticing the days get shorter right about now, although in truth this has been happening for months Sunset over the southern part of the Atlantic Ocean.Johnson Space Center/NASA Sept. 22 marks the fall equinox, ushering in the year's best season on a day t

NATIONALPOST.COM - 2017-09-22 10:49:13

Stranger Than Fiction: Trump's Uncle Translated Tesla's Stolen Docs on Weather Control for the US Military...

... and 74 years later unprecedented "natural" disasters in places like Puerto Rico are playing right into President Trump's hands. Of course Trump doesn't call the shots completely, but his outright denial of human-caused climate change obscures the Deep State's disturbingly dangerous weaponization

WAKEUPNEWS.NET - 2017-09-22 20:19:08

Watch: Surfing eco-warrior takes dip under Paris's Eiffel Tower

After tackling wastewater in Mexico and a garbage island in the Maldives, a "protest surfer" has taken a dip in the river Seine in Paris to back efforts to combat climate change. Alison Teal travels the world with her pink "eco-friendly" surfboard to raise awareness about the environment, and it is

FIRSTPOST - 2017-09-22 08:34:38

Trump laments that warming-fueled super-hurricanes just keep coming

Marine One, with President Trump aboard, flies over areas hit by Hurricane Irma, September 14, 2017. CREDIT: AP/Evan Vucci "It's just one after another" this hurricane season, President Donald Trump said Wednesday. Although Trump has denied the science linking hurricanes to climate change, he was un

THINK PROGRESS - 2017-09-21 16:12:51

13 items you should always buy in bulk

Learn the rules of bulk-buying to reduce household expenses over time. Buying household items in bulk is a key strategy for anyone who knows a thing or two about saving money. Unit prices drop as quantity increases, which, over time, has the benefit of reducing household expenses. But you have to kn

TREE HUGGER - 2017-09-22 14:00:00

From dotard to Goliath, world reacts to Trump

The usual suspects stepped up to criticize the US, but allies also offered gentle rebukes Some analysts see worrying potential for US isolation on the world stage

CNN - 2017-09-23 05:20:14

Brits set to enjoy Indian summer with temperatures hitting 24C

Visitors to Weymouth enjoy a warm sunny day (Picture: Rex) Don't put your away your shorts yet people - Britain is set to experience an Indian summer with temperatures hitting 24C tomorrow. The warmest weather is expected in the south east of England, but sunshine is also forecast for Northern Irela

METRO.CO.UK - 2017-09-23 19:33:35

Leonardo DiCaprio Explains What Happened When He Met Donald Trump

This week, Leonardo DiCaprio is flexing his voice on climate change. He took a break from the mean streets of New York City to stop by the Yale Climate Conference at the Ivy League university's New Haven campus, appearing onstage on Tuesday for a discussion with former Secretary of State and event h

TIME - 2017-09-21 16:28:20

Richard Branson slams Donald Trump after hurricanes: 'Whole world knows climate change is real'

Virgin boss Richard Branson has hit out at Donald Trump after Hurricane Irma partially destroyed his home on the British Virgin Islands. Donald Trump, who has previously denied climate change, has planned to withdraw from the Paris climate change agreement, which aims to reduce the impact of global

TELEGRAPH - 2017-09-21 09:29:00

DiCaprio: History will 'vilify' Trump for not fighting climate change

Actor Leonardo DiCaprio says history will judge President Trump harshly for his inaction on climate change. Speaking Tuesday at a Yale University climate conference, DiCaprio lashed out at Trump for pulling the U.S. out of the Paris Climate Accord. "We are going to look back at this point in history

THE HILL - 2017-09-21 18:34:45

UK weather: Five-day Indian Summer will make Britain hotter than Barcelona with temperatures reaching 24C

A five-day Indian Summer will make Britain hotter than Barcelona with temperatures reaching 24C this weekend. Continental hot air bringing the sizzle will blow in after tomorrow's equinox marks the official first day of autumn, following a drab month so far. Parks and gardens will be busy as the Me

MIRROR - 2017-09-21 12:55:15

Environmental activists seize cargo ship carrying VW diesel cars and demand "toxic" vehicles be returned to Germany

The activists halted the cargo ship and climbed up the loading door before revealing their message (Image: Kristian Buus/Greenpeace/SWNS) Environmental activists have seized a cargo ship carrying thousands of Volkswagen diesel cars amid concerns about emissions, Greenpeace said. Protesters used ka

MIRROR - 2017-09-21 15:56:57

Like hurricanes, climate change is dangerous, but smart storm fixes won't help climate

This is what global warming looks like, opinion pieces quickly declared in both Politico and CNN about devastating Hurricane Harvey. A week later, news media around the globe and politicians were saying the exact same thing about Hurricane Irma. Jumping the gun on linking disasters to climate change

USA TODAY - 2017-09-22 09:00:09

Report: Trump officials huddle over new climate strategy

Trump administration officials met this week to discuss a new path forward on climate change strategy, Politico reported Thursday. The meeting was to discuss new policies that break from the administration's early and extensive work to repeal former President Barack ObamaBarack Hussein ObamaGOP rep:

THE HILL - 2017-09-21 19:43:04

EPA teaching employees how to avoid leaking information

Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) employees are undergoing mandatory classes as part of a Trump administration effort to stop unauthorized disclosures to the press. "Enemies of the United States are relentless in their pursuit of information which they can exploit to harm U.S. interests," accord

THE HILL - 2017-09-21 16:12:23

Donald Trump: World-renowned primatologist Jane Goodall likens US President to a chimpanzee

World-renowned primatologist Dame Jane Goodall has likened Donald Trump's behaviour to that of a chimpanzee. The British conservationist first gained international recognition for studying chimps in what is now Tanzania and has studied the primates for more than 50 years. "In many ways the performan

THE INDEPENDENT - 2017-09-21 12:08:19