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About Earth Changes Media w/ Mitch Battros

Mitch Battros - Internationally recognized author and media producer of Earth Changes Media. Beginning his career in television in April 1995, he now broadcast a weekly radio show interviewing top scientists and ancient text scholars known throughout the world. Mitch is the author of "Solar Rain: The Earth Changes Have Begun" and "Global Warming: A Convenient Disguise". His research has been endorsed by leading scientists from agencies such as NASA, NOAA, ESA, and AAS. ENDORSEMENTS: http://earthchangesmedia.com/Solar_Rain_Endorsements01.htm

BREAKING NEWS: Magma Pancakes Beneath Lake Toba as Process of Mantle Plumes

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Where do the tremendous amounts of material that are ejected from huge volcanic calderas during super-eruptions actually originate?

The tremendous amounts of lava that are emitted during super-eruptions accumulate over millions of years prior to the event in the Earth’s crust. These…

Where do the tremendous amounts of material that are ejected from huge volcanic calderas during super-eruptions actually originate?

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LOFAR Discovers Largest Carbon Atoms Outside Our Milky Way

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An international team of astronomers under the guidance of graduate student Leah Morabito of Leiden Observatory has for the first time discovered the largest carbon atoms outside our Milky Way with the LOFAR radio telescope. In the future astronomers will be able to measure how cold and dense…

An international team of astronomers under the guidance of graduate student Leah Morabito of Leiden Observatory has for the first time discovered the largest carbon atoms outside our Milky Way with the LOFAR radio telescope. In the future astronomers will be able to measure how cold and dense the gas around these atoms is that influences star formation and the evolution of a galaxy. The results are published in the journal Astrophysical Journal Letters on October 28th.

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New Study Shows Three Abrupt Pulse Of Carbon Dioxide During Last Deglaciation

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A new study shows that the rise of atmospheric carbon dioxide that contributed to the end of the last ice age more than 10,000 years ago did not occur gradually, but was characterized by three “pulses” in which C02 rose abruptly.
Scientists are not sure what caused these abrupt…

A new study shows that the rise of atmospheric carbon dioxide that contributed to the end of the last ice age more than 10,000 years ago did not occur gradually, but was characterized by three “pulses” in which C02 rose abruptly.
Scientists are not sure what caused these abrupt increases, during which C02 levels rose about 10-15 parts per million – or about 5 percent per episode – over a period of 1-2 centuries. It likely was a combination of factors, they say, including ocean circulation, cha Continue reading

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Existence Of A Group Of ‘Quiet’ Quasars Confirmed

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Aeons ago, the universe was different: mergers of galaxies were common and gigantic black holes with masses equivalent to billions of times that of the Sun formed in their nuclei. As they captured the surrounding gas, these black holes emitted energy. Known as quasars, these very distant and…

Aeons ago, the universe was different: mergers of galaxies were common and gigantic black holes with masses equivalent to billions of times that of the Sun formed in their nuclei. As they captured the surrounding gas, these black holes emitted energy. Known as quasars, these very distant and tremendously high energy objects have local relatives with much lower energy whose existence raises numerous questions: are there also such “quiet” quasars at much larger distances? Are the latter dying versions of the former or are they Continue reading

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Tremendously Bright Pulsar May Be One Of Many

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Recently, a team of astronomers reported discovering a pulsating star that appears to shine with the energy of 10 million suns. The find, which was announced in Nature, is the brightest pulsar — a type of rotating neutron star that emits a bright beam of energy that regularly sweeps past…

Recently, a team of astronomers reported discovering a pulsating star that appears to shine with the energy of 10 million suns. The find, which was announced in Nature, is the brightest pulsar — a type of rotating neutron star that emits a bright beam of energy that regularly sweeps past Earth like a lighthouse beam — ever seen. But what are the odds finding another one?

According to one of the paper’s authors, chances are good now that they know what to look for.

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Physicists Closer To Understanding Balance Of Matter, Antimatter In Universe

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Physicists in the College of Arts and Sciences have made important discoveries regarding Bs meson particles — something that may explain why the universe contains more matter than antimatter.
Distinguished Professor Sheldon Stone and his colleagues recently announced their findings at a…

Physicists in the College of Arts and Sciences have made important discoveries regarding Bs meson particles — something that may explain why the universe contains more matter than antimatter.

Distinguished Professor Sheldon Stone and his colleagues recently announced their findings at a workshop at CERN in Geneva, Switzerland. Titled “Implications of LHCb Measurements and Their Future Prospects,” the workshop enabled him and other members of the Large Hadron Collider beauty (LHCb) Collaboratio Continue reading

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Peripheral Clocks Don’t Need The Brain’s Master Clock To Function Correctly

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Circadian clocks regulate functions ranging from alertness and reaction time to body temperature and blood pressure. New research published in the November 2014 issue of The FASEB Journal further adds to our understanding of the circadian rhythm by suggesting that the suprachiasmaticus nucleus…

Circadian clocks regulate functions ranging from alertness and reaction time to body temperature and blood pressure. New research published in the November 2014 issue of The FASEB Journal further adds to our understanding of the circadian rhythm by suggesting that the suprachiasmaticus nucleus (SCN) clock, a tiny region of the hypothalamus considered to be the body’s “master” timekeeper, is not necessary to align body rhythms with the light-dark cycle. This challenges and disproves the commonly he Continue reading

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