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About Earth Changes Media w/ Mitch Battros

Founded in 1995 - Earth Changes Media is rated as your No.1 news source for space weather, earth science and ancient text. Join us for the latest breaking news in all earth changing events. We report it FIRST!!! We have been acknowledged as the first to report events on earthquakes, volcanoes, tornadoes, hurricanes, solar flares, comets, asteroids and extreme weather of all types. - View Endorsements -. We also cover in great detail sacred ancient text - highlighting its direct connection with today's scientific findings. ECM: Endorsements: Mitch Battros 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.

Freak Storms Likely in Coming Years

We define ‘grey swan’ tropical cyclones as high-impact storms that would not be predicted based on history but may be foreseeable using physical knowledge together with historical data. The analysis by Ning Lin of Princeton University and a colleague showed … Continue reading

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New Study Shows Deep Mantle Flow and Earthquakes

Earth is made up of a solid inner core, surrounded by a liquid outer core, in turn covered by a thicker or more viscous mantle, and ultimately by the solid crust beneath our feet. *Interview with Professor Gary A Glatzmaier … Continue reading

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New Horizons Locks Onto Next Target – Kuiper Belt

The New Horizons spacecraft completed its primary mission by making a flyby of the dwarf planet Pluto and taking extensive photographs and measurements about the little system and its collection of moons. It collected so much data, they will be … Continue reading

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New Discovery Finds the Making of Gamma Ray Burst in Progress

Why is this important? Because the Earth has been hit by the surge of cosmic rays from a quasar (or supernova) at least 5 times in our historical past, and once in recent history during the year 774/775 AD (or … Continue reading

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CERN Finds New Hints of Lepton Particles

The Standard Model of particle physics, which explains most of the known behaviors and interactions of fundamental subatomic particles, has held up remarkably well over several decades. This far-reaching theory does have a few shortcomings, however–most notably that it doesn’t … Continue reading

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Astrophysicists Find Supermassive Black Holes in Quasar Nearest Earth

Astronomers using NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope have found that Markarian 231 (Mrk 231), the nearest galaxy to Earth that hosts a quasar, is powered by two central black holes furiously whirling about each other. The finding suggests that quasars—the brilliant … Continue reading

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Exploring the Limits of ‘Life’ in the Universe

Bizarre creatures that go years without water. Others that can survive the vacuum of open space. Some of the most unusual organisms found on Earth provide insights for Washington State University planetary scientist Dirk Schulze-Makuch to predict what life could … Continue reading

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