German Winemakers Celebrate Global Warming

Guest essay by Eric Worrall “We’re getting white wines this year more like ones from the Mediterranean.” Climate Change Hits Germany, and Winemakers Couldn’t Be Happier From Riesling to Pinot Noir, extreme summer boosts quality and quantity of German wines. By Iain Rogers 22 September 2018, 17:00 GMT+10 The Braunewell family has been practicing the…

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Twin Japanese robotic rovers land on asteroid Ryugu

Today, Japan made history by landing two rovers onto the surface of an asteroid. The two rovers (named Rover-1A and 1B) fell from their mothership, Hayabusa2, less than 100 meters above diamond-shaped asteroid Ryugu. Now they are hopping across the rocky landscape in an unprecedented feat of exploration. This picture was taken by Rover-1A in mid-hop: Hopping is…

Evidence the Sun may have turned “blue” during 1450s-1460s

A lecture by Dr. Willie Soon suggests that something odd was occurring with the view of the sun in the decades around 1450-1460, which he dubs the “Global Blue Sun” due to historical anecdotal evidence that has been recorded. The suggestion is that there was a massive volcanic eruption somewhere on Earth that put haze and…