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Majority of world's largest aquifers are being drained at unsustainable rate, NASA data show

7/16/2015 - New data gathered by NASA satellites indicate that most of the world's largest underground aquifers, sources of water for hundreds of millions of people, are being depleted at speedy rates. The data, according to The Washington Post, provide the most compelling and detailed picture yet of the status...

Inuit Elders tell NASA Earth Axis Shifted

3/8/2015 - The Inuit Tribe are indigenous people who live in the Canadian Arctic, Greenland, Siberia and Alaska. Their elders have written to the National Space and Aeronautics Administration (NASA) to tell them that the earth's axis has shifted. The elders do not believe that carbon emissions from humans are...

NASA warns: Global groundwater crisis could lead to food supply collapse

11/15/2014 - Shocking findings reported by NASA show that the problem of diminishing groundwater is poised to lead to the collapse of the food supply, where there could be devastating consequences. The impact has already been felt, primarily in California. Data obtained form the Gravity Recovery And Climate Experiment...

Earth was almost blasted back into the Dark Ages by a near-miss solar flare

10/26/2014 - The power of the sun emanates with precision, sustaining life on Earth in a tedious balance of heat and light. What would it take to disturb this balance? Are the actions in the grand universe like clockwork, are they random or are they intentional? Do the collective actions of people living on Earth...

NASA sounds red alert over solar flare that nearly wiped out human civilization two summers ago

7/28/2014 - The news you are about to read should be front page news everywhere. There is arguably nothing more important to humanity's survival than the alarming facts presented in this report from NASA, yet most of the world pretends this event never happened in 2012, and they falsely assume it won't happen again. They...

Colonizing Mars necessary to save human species from destruction, says NASA chief

5/4/2014 - Humans must colonize Mars to ensure our survival as a species, said NASA Administrator Charles Bolden at the opening of the Humans 2 Mars Summit at George Washington University. Bolden was speaking in support of the space agency's plans to develop a new Orion crew capsule and Space Launch System...

NASA to launch twin into space to test effects of space travel

4/21/2014 - In a $1.5 million project intended to examine the effects of space travel on the human body, NASA will launch one astronaut into space for a year while his identical twin remains back on Earth, so scientists can analyze any differences between the two twins when the first brother returns. The 50-year-old...

NASA to attempt to grow vegetables on the moon

12/9/2013 - There are parts of the earth where plant life simply doesn't grow well, if at all. But that isn't deterring NASA from attempting to grow veggies on the moon. According to Britain's Daily Telegraph, the space agency that put men on the moon will attempt to grow vegetables and herbs on the lunar surface...

Sun will flip its magnetic field in 3-4 months, warns NASA

8/20/2013 - Major changes are about to take place with regards to the sun, and the effects of these changes will reportedly impact our entire solar system. It is known systematically as a solar magnetic flip, or a reversal of the sun's magnetic field, and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)...

Mysterious NASA video of Saturn reveals impossible hexagon-shaped cloud pattern larger than planet Earth

7/27/2013 - Here at NaturalNews, we normally report on Earthly events, but right now some rather grand events are taking place in our solar system that you may want to know about. Check out what NASA's Cassini spacecraft first noticed in 2007. There is a large rotating hexagon circling the north pole of Saturn....

Atmosphere of Mars was destroyed by 'catastrophic event' four billion years ago

7/25/2013 - The Curiosity Rover, deployed to Mars just a year ago, is bringing back new evidence of historic atmospheric upheaval on the red planet. NASA scientists hypothesize that volcanic eruptions or a massive collision stripped away the atmosphere of Mars about four billion years ago. According to new rock...

NASA advances stem cell therapy science

6/22/2013 - Regenerating organs and damaged tissues has long been the dream of forward-thinking biologists and medical researchers. But it wasn't until advances in stem cell technology in the 1990s that such a dream became a reality. Stem cells hold a unique role in human physiology being as yet undifferentiated...

Global warming debunked: NASA report verifies carbon dioxide actually cools atmosphere

5/22/2013 - Practically everything you have been told by the mainstream scientific community and the media about the alleged detriments of greenhouse gases, and particularly carbon dioxide, appears to be false, according to new data compiled by NASA's Langley Research Center. As it turns out, all those atmospheric...

New NASA images show what appears to be liquid water on Mars

8/13/2011 - Images recently captured by NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter undoubtedly illustrate the strongest evidence yet that the "Red Planet" likely contains liquid water, and potentially even life forms of some sort. Topping previous speculation linked to suggestive observation that frozen water may exist...

Giant hexagon of clouds spins on Saturn while clouds disappear from Jupiter

5/15/2010 - Here at NaturalNews, we normally report on Earthly events, but right now some rather grand events are taking place in our solar system that you may want to know about. For starters, there's the odd fact that one of Jupiter's huge red stripes -- which is really a massive storm system many times larger...

NASA Finds Amino-Acid on Comet

8/23/2009 - NASA's Stardust satellite, the probe that collected samples of the comet Wild 2 (pronounced "Vilt-2") on January 2, 2004, has uncovered one of the most important discoveries in modern space exploration: the building blocks of life. Glycine, the smallest of the 20 amino acids commonly found in proteins...

Clean Your Air and Brighten Your Day with Houseplants

2/11/2009 - People have long known about the psychological benefits of brightening their homes and offices with decorative houseplants. What many may be overlooking are the physical health benefits of having plenty of these plants to remove harmful pollutants from the air and replace them with fresh oxygen. Not...

Offices With Live Plants Make Employees Happier and Healthier

6/25/2008 - According to the American Society for Horticultural Science (ASHS), Americans who work in offices spend about 52 hours a week at their desks or in their cubicles. What's more, the ASHS points out that a host of recent studies on job satisfaction have concluded that those who work in typical office environments,...

In U.S., science is distorted to promote political and corporate agendas

9/7/2007 - In the United States today, science is no longer a pure study. The science primarily publicized today is science that supports the interest of business. You see this in many areas, but most notably in medical and environmental science. Let's start with the environment, because the censorship of environmental...

CO2 emissions to cause catastrophic rise in sea levels, warns top NASA climatologist

1/15/2007 - Dr. Jim Hansen, a NASA climatologist, announced in an interview with The Independent that the world is turning into a different planet due to manmade greenhouse gas emissions. Hansen stated that the Earth's population has less than a decade to stop global warming from changing the world forever,...

NASA announces surveyor spacecraft may have found evidence of flowing water on Mars

12/6/2006 - Pictures taken by the Mars Global Surveyor spacecraft present evidence that there is currently liquid water flowing on the surface of the Red Planet, NASA scientists say. Water ice and water vapor have already been shown to exist on Mars' surface, and there has long been evidence of liquid water...

NASA draws up plans to land astronaut on doomsday asteroid

11/27/2006 - The National Aeronautics and Space Administration -- NASA -- is formulating plans to land an astronaut on an asteroid which is hurtling through space at more than 30,000 mph. NASA's goal is to know whether humans could master techniques needed to deflect such a doomsday object if one is ever identified. NASA's...

NASA okays the polluting of outer space with space station waste

11/23/2006 - The buildup of unwanted clutter from the International Space station has sparked years of debate, so NASA has finally decided that the best approach is to jettison some of the waste into space. NASA has a reputation for ingraining responsible waste management into its astronauts and partners in space...

While extraterrestrial life may exist, "The Secret NASA Transmissions" video is not proof of it

9/6/2006 - This is a review of a video called "The Secret NASA Transmissions: The Smoking Gun." The video is called the most popular underground tape among astronauts, and it claims to show video evidence of aliens in space. There's allegedly some form of intelligent life flying around on the NASA videos. I...

Titan probe failure demonstrates pattern of quality control failures at NASA

1/30/2005 - Here is a real whopper in the history of stupid space exploration tricks. The spacecraft that recently arrived on Titan was supposed to transmit images and experimental data on two data channels: channels A and B. But as it turns out, someone forgot to turn on channel A and so only channel B was available....

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