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N.H. resident witnesses UFO chasing jet

N.H. resident witnesses UFO chasing jet

A New Hampshire witness claimed that he watched and videotaped an unidentified flying object (UFO) chasing a jet, according to the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) witness reporting database.

As per testimony in Case 81792, the witness, whose name was not revealed, was outside on a deck in Lincoln at 7 p.m. on 21st of April last year, when the UFO was spotted. Lincoln is a small town in Grafton County, N.H.

Earth's ancient magnetic field was significantly different than present day field, new work suggests

Earth's ancient magnetic field was significantly different than present day field, new work suggests

According to the latest work of Carnegie's Peter Driscoll, the ancient magnetic field was notably distinct in comparison to the present day field. The work suggested that it originated from different poles instead of the known two. The work has been published in Geophysical Research Letters.

Our planet generates a strong magnetic field expanding from the core out into space, shielding the atmosphere, drawing away dangerous high-energy particles heading from the Sun and the cosmos.

Researchers find Deep Skull did not belong to Indigenous Australians

Researchers find Deep Skull did not belong to Indigenous Australians

A new study into 37,000-year old remains of the "Deep Skull" has found that it did not belong to Indigenous Australians, as believed before, and that the skull appears more likely to be of an older woman than of a teenage boy. The skull is oldest that modern human discovered in island South-East Asia.

Rosetta team making perfume using comet’s unpleasant smell

Rosetta team making perfume using comet’s unpleasant smell

Colin Snodgrass, a scientist from the Rosetta mission team, came up with an idea of making perfume using comet 67P, which is also known as Rosetta's comet. The comet gives out unpleasant smell that is an outcome of blend of gases that are ammonia, hydrogen sulphide, hydrogen and cyanide of the comet.

For this retired naturalist, saving monarch butterflies is an obsession and a mania

For this retired naturalist, saving monarch butterflies is an obsession and a mania

Kevin Luby of Sandwich said that saving monarch butterflies is not just a hobby but it’s much more than that for him. Luby is a retired naturalist with the Forest Preserve District of DuPage County, where he served for over three decades, and calls it an obsession and a mania.

He is in love with nature, but he became interested in butterflies for the first time after planting Dutchman’s pipe for his work. Pipevine swallowtail butterflies started flocking to the plant, and soon he was willing to help preserve butterfly species, mainly monarch butterflies.

Southern Illinois University Carbondale warns people about possibility of blue-green algae in Campus Lake

Southern Illinois University Carbondale warns people about possibility of blue-green algae in Campus Lake

The Candlewood Lake Authority (CLA) has urged residents to talk to their local health department and report a bloom in case they witness one on the lake. CLA is the authority for the five lake towns around Candlewood Lake.

According to First Selectman Susan Chapman, the park on Candlewood Lake was shut on Thursday but was likely to reopen on weekend. Chapman said that the water has been tested with the help of a latest rapid test to find out the apt time to allow swimmers to dive back into the water.

Is migration strategy a good choice for Wisconsin beekeepers?

Is migration strategy a good choice for Wisconsin beekeepers?

The bees of Nathan Clarke remain scattered across the Madison area, which is superb in spring and summer, but not that good in winter. Doug Hauke's bees are presently in Central Wisconsin just like snowbirds, but spend winter in California, Texas and other climes with higher temperatures.

Transportation of buzzing hives-packed semi trailers to points south not only saves bees quite weakened due to disease and pestilence from bad weather, but the pollination service also makes way for an independent revenue stream that can equal or outpace what a beekeeper gets from honey.

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