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Originally posted by WyrdeOne
Great post, how comprehensive do you claim it to be? I wonder if that's all, what sources did you use, and what is your guess as to the total percentage of unusal activity accounted for? Also, a note on the explosions, meteors are really nothing new, meteor showers are nothing new, and asteroids passing by the earth are nothing new. No cause for alarm, our status as a species is unchanged, we could still all die at any moment.
TALLINN, Estonia (Reuters) --
The bears' early reappearance has raised concerns for the survival of this year's cubs.
"It has been very warm and wet and many flooded rivers have forced bears out of their dens and out of hibernation," said Kalev Manniste, a senior official at the Baltic country's State Forest Service.
"Just a few days ago a hunter was telling me that he saw a she-bear with a very small cub walking across the field," he told Reuters.
"The cub the hunter saw looked too small to survive the winter."
Fierce storm lashes U.K.
LONDON (Reuters) —
In Northern Ireland's second city, Londonderry, a man was killed when the vehicle he was driving was blown off a bridge and plunged 100 feet onto a riverbank.
A second driver was killed in eastern Scotland when a lorry rolled onto his car.
In Iran, parts of the north of the country and Tehran were paralysed after being hit by several days of record snowfall, with dozens of flights cancelled and key roads also cut off.
State media said up to 1.5 metres (five feet) of snow had fallen in the north over the past few days, the heaviest in at least 10 years