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May 2021
« on: May 01, 2021, 07:58:42 pm »

Complex organic molecules detected in the starless core Lynds 1521E

Chinese astronomers investigate so-called black hole X-ray binary MAXI J1820+070

Astronomers detect new chemical signature in an exoplanet's atmosphere using Subaru Telescope

Hubble watches how a giant planet grows

We could detect alien civilizations through their interstellar quantum communication

Small galaxies likely played important role in evolution of the Universe

Researchers discover the mechanism that likely generates huge white dwarf magnetic fields
- [See also Charles Chandler's better info]

Exoplanet-hunter TESS telescope spots bright gamma-ray burst

'Martian plague'? Bringing samples to Earth could cause devastating pandemic scientists warn

Icy clouds could have kept early Mars warm enough for rivers and lakes, study finds

Solar 'Campfires' offer clue to solar heating mystery

Radio astronomers discover 8 new millisecond pulsars

Meteorites reveal magnetic record of protoplanet churn

Asteroids and comets may be more similar than we think

How long is a day on Venus?

Latest observations by MUSER help clarify solar eruptions


Scientists probe mysterious melting of Earth's crust in Western North America

Extent of DDT dumping in Pacific is 'staggering'

80 whales buried mysteriously in Chilean desert - Marine graveyard is evidence for Noah’s Flood

What’s the point of the pyramids?

Greenland: Ice-Free Not That Long Ago

Can Asteroids Select Life?

YDI Video Roundup

SIS on Current Climate Antiscience

Dinosaur Behavior and Tracks in China

Rocky Mountains Melt; Asteroids & Craters

Laramide Orogeny

Stalagmites Embody Clock-Like Chronicles of Time Over Thousands of Years

New discoveries in Saqqara’s ancient tombs are rewriting Egyptian history - Sixth Dynasty 4,300 years ago

What triangular patterns on rocks may reveal about human ancestors

Oldest Home in Human History, Dating to 2 Million Years Ago [likely greatly exaggerated]

Earth’s crust is way, way older than we thought [highly unlikely]

Carolina Bays Liquefaction

BIGGER than BAALBEK: The 2,000-TON Monoliths of Minya, Ancient Egypt [Ptolemaic?] | Ancient Architects

HUGE 1,500-TON Unfinished Obelisks of Minya, Egypt - BIGGER than BAALBEK

NEW DISCOVERY: Pre-Dynastic Ancient Egyptian Burials Uncovered | Ancient Architects

Ancient Megalithic Presence At Mitla In Oaxaca Mexico: Who Made This And When?

Who Built Cappadocia & Its Underground City?
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Re: May 2021
« Reply #1 on: May 08, 2021, 10:39:30 am »


AG Carinae about to go supernova?
(No, it's not. See

'Oddball supernova' appears strangely cool before exploding, 'stretches what's considered physically possible'
(Again, see

Astronomers are watching a gas giant grow

Hubble views a dazzling cosmic necklace

AT 2018 cow, newly discovered class of cosmic explosions, has an extremely patchy environment

Study investigates chemical properties of globular cluster NGC 1261

New look at a bright stellar nursery

Astronomers discover a new extragalactic circular radio source

Planet formation may start earlier than previously thought
(See also

Star formation is triggered by cloud-cloud collisions, study finds
(See also and

A barred galaxy's massive molecular inflow

New Comet C/2021 E3 (ZTF)

How Long is a Day on Venus? We Finally Know the Exact Answer

How salty is Enceladus' ocean under the ice?

Researchers create new lunar map to help guide future exploration missions

Parker discovers natural radio emission in Venus' atmosphere

Physicists describe new type of aurora


Lightning and subvisible discharges produce molecules that clean the atmosphere

Vital soil organisms harmed by pesticides

Some viruses have a completely different genome to the rest of life on Earth

Candles turned to stone

Terrible lizards trapped by terrible Flood

Post-Flood boundary

PBS NOVA on the Younger Dryas Impact

Mississippi Petrified Wood, Glaciation or Flood?

Venus Ionospheric Radio Waves; Earth Lightning Cleans Atmosphere

Discarded ostrich shells provide timeline for our early African ancestors

These mysterious stone structures in Saudi Arabia are older than the pyramids

First-known pregnant mummy discovered

Archaeologists uncover oldest human burial in Africa

Early humans used fire to permanently change the landscape tens of thousands of years ago in Stone Age Africa [thousands, not tens of thousands]

Fossil 'balls' are 1 billion [no, just thousands of] years old and could be Earth's oldest known multicellular life

The Younger Dryas Impact and the Global Flood | Ancient Architects

Randall Carlson & UX dive into the Carolina Bays, history of cosmic impacts and how cataclysms are remembered through art, myths, and religions

Evidence Of Ancient Cataclysms At Megalithic Sites Around The World


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« Reply #2 on: May 15, 2021, 11:19:14 pm »

Cassiopeia nova brightens suddenly

Hubble gazes at Abell 3827, a galaxy cluster

First discovery of methanol in a warm planet-forming disk

High-mass stars are formed not from dust disk but from debris [No, their masses are likely miscalculated]

Research sheds more light on the nature of a complex planetary nebula

hidden processes at work in the hearts of large stars [Again, large could be a miscalculation]

Physicists predict neutron stars may be bigger than previously imagined [and they're not made of neutrons]

Tangled gaseous filaments

NASA may have accidentally spread life to Mars

Where do meteorites come from? [from rocky asteroids] We tracked hundreds of fireballs streaking through the sky to find out

Solar wind from the center of the Earth

Extraterrestrial radioactive isotope found in seabed has implications for Earth's origins


Human origins research is a big mess

Mathematicians find core mechanism to calculate tipping points

Hum of plasma waves in the 'void' of interstellar space detected by Voyager 1

MIT researchers find that 'skeptics' value data literacy and scientific rigour [Joke?]

Geologists identify rare meteorite impact site in Dakota County, MN

The Tamu Massif, the largest volcano on Earth, erupted catastrophically

Surprisingly Little erosion beneath Antarctica and Greenland Ice Sheets

Ireland’s First Dinosaur Bones are Found in Flood Rocks

Overview of the YDIH debate published in Earth Science Reviews

Fragments of ancient ocean floor, Earth's inner mantle identified in Baltimore-area rocks

Expanding Earth Model

Fossil crustacean, related to lobsters, being devoured by a squid, which had a massive bite taken out of it by a large predator such as a shark

Predicting Volcanic Eruptions by Isohypse Reconnection

Tiwanaku Uplift

Bronze Age Money

Tunguska Event - Antonio Zamora

Geopolymer or Natural Rocks? The Geological Truth of Sacsayhuaman, Peru | Ancient Architects

Samaipata: The Megalithic Mountain In The High Jungle Of Bolivia

12,000 Yr Old Glyphs Links Global Civilization To India?



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Re: May 2021
« Reply #3 on: May 22, 2021, 10:04:17 am »

Supernova remnant G53.41+0.03 investigated in detail

Shrinking planets could explain mystery of universe's missing worlds

Stratified structure found in broad-line region for changing-look active galactic nuclei

'Europium stars' in the dwarf galaxy Fornax lend new insight into the origin of the elements

New ultra-metal-poor star detected

Dozen ultra-high-energy (UHE) cosmic accelerators within the Milky Way found

New FAST discoveries shed light on pulsars

Chandra discoveries (in the universe) in 3D available on new platform

ALMA discovers the most ancient galaxy with spiral morphology

Hubble tracks down fast radio bursts to galaxies' spiral arms

Hubble gazes at a galactic menagerie

New meteor impact crater discovered on Mars

Solar Orbiter spacecraft captures its first massive eruption on Sun's surface in unprecedented detail

Comets cause meteor showers on Earth

NASA rocket chasing the source of the sun's hot atmosphere

Deep water on Neptune and Uranus may be magnesium-rich

Ongoing experiments in the ISS

A solution to space junk: Satellites made of mushrooms

Swarms of robots could dig underground cities on Mars

Five unproven claims that alien life exists

Biggest comet in the solar system is actually a planet


The data suggest we achieved herd immunity before the vaccines were rolled out

First nuclear detonation created 'impossible' quasicrystals

New form of carbon discovered

New ecological biosignature found

(2001 Reprint) Coal: memorial to the Flood

(2007 Reprint) Volcanic ash in Mexico Footprint fiasco

(2015 Reprint) Ice Age megafloods provide insight into Flood sedimentation

Creation and Climate Science with Dr. Jake Hebert

Gobekli Tepe WAS a settlement, not just a 'temple'

Unusual Fossils and Fossil Tracks

Antarctic Rainforest

Plate Tectonics Subduction Problem

Response to Zamora's "Carolina Bays--Time of Emplacement"

The Mystery of Qocha Chincanas: The Key to Understanding Sacsayhuaman | Ancient Architects

Megaflood Landscapes of the Channeled Scablands! With Randall Carlson

Are There Ancient Ruins In The Waters Of Lake Titicaca In Bolivia?

Ancient Megalithic Site In The Nile Delta Of Egypt: Our First Visit To Tanis



Volcano Shaped Pyramid Found In Peru?

Ancient OoPArt's Academia Cannot Explain

Lost Civilization Exposed By Geologists?
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Re: May 2021
« Reply #4 on: May 29, 2021, 11:03:34 am »

Milky Way not unusual

Gamma rays 10 times more energetic than thought possible detected

Observations shed more light on the properties of pulsar PSR J0740+6620

Thirty-six dwarf galaxies had simultaneous 'baby boom' of new stars

Prebiotic ethanolamine found in a molecular cloud near the center of the Milky Way

New energetic pulsar discovered in the Small Magellanic Cloud

Magnificent spiral galaxy is being stretched by passing neighbor

Magnetized threads weave spectacular galactic tapestry

never-before-seen detail of the center of our galaxy

Hubble captures a captivating spiral

'Clyde's Spot' on Jupiter is starting to look pretty weird

Heavy metal vapours unexpectedly found in comets throughout our Solar System — and beyond

Sunspot awakes from slumber to douse Earth in radiation which downed radio signals

New Comet C/2021 K1 (ATLAS)

Solar storms are back, threatening life as we know it on Earth

Experiments validate the possibility of helium rain inside Jupiter and Saturn

Curiosity rover captures shining clouds on Mars



Andrew Hall: Easter Egg Hunt [Electrical Forces in Mountain Shaping]

UK switch to renewable power threatened by freak weather

Study says maximum human lifespan is 150

grave warning about unprecedented mercury accumulation in deep Pacific Ocean trenches

(June 2016 Reprint) Australia’s remarkable Red Centre

(September 2001 Reprint) The collapse of ‘geologic time’: Tiny halos in coalified wood tell a story that demolishes ‘long age’
(July 2012 Reprint) Supposed ‘icon of evolution’, Archaeopteryx, was “dressed for flight” in modern, probably black, feathers

(August 2014 Reprint) Planation surface and strath terraces point to a Flood origin for the Chinese Loess Plateau

Does Radioisotope Dating Prove an Old Earth?

The Fossils Still Say No: Global Flood Solves Permian Perplexities

ICR Ice Core Research Update: Ice Age was caused by the Genesis Flood Intense volcanism and rapid seafloor spreading

A river 50 miles wide and 100 miles long but only inches deep

Younger Dryas Impact cataclysm evidence exceeds that of UFO's

Huge cemetery with at least 250 rock-cut tombs discovered in Egypt

Sunken Islands Could Explain Ancient Migration in The Americas

Enigmatic Designs Found in India May Be The Largest Images Ever Made

Tiny tools point to specialist skills of ancient Indonesians

Solving the Mystery of the Sacsayhuaman Sacred Landscape: Water | Ancient Architects
( is an important resource for 3D imaging)
See also

Ancient Elongated Skulls Of Peru And Bolivia

Pre-Ice Age Ruins Located Deep In The Ocean

Lost Global Civilzation? - Evidence Compilation