So Long, and Thanks for All the Fish?

Thousands of Dolphins Spotted Near San Diego | NBC Bay Area.

Well here’s a rarity – – 100,000 dolphins off the California coast. That’s not a typo. One. Hundred. THOUSAND dolphins. Wrap your head around that a minute, and consider that pods generally stick to about 200 or less dolphins at the largest.

A marine mammal expert cited in the article linked attributes the enormous gathering to an abundance in food sources that may have attracted them to the area. That seems plausible, but large numbers of sea life congregating prior to natural events such as earthquakes have been known to happen. One such example being a sharp increase in squid caught just prior to the March 11, 2011 Japan earthquake. I’m certainly not saying this big party at sea is an indicator of impending events, but I am putting that out there as something to ponder.

Instead putting that theory on the front burner, let’s keep it on the back one and assume Flipper & his posse are simply having the mother of all block parties out there in a food-rich area.

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Meteorite hits Russian Urals: Fireball explosion wreaks havoc, 400 injured (PHOTOS, VIDEO) — RT

 

Meteorite hits Russian Urals: Fireball explosion wreaks havoc, 400 injured (PHOTOS, VIDEO) — RT.

I’m a little late to the meteorite party, but this is simply amazing to behold. The video below is one I found reading an article on the Huffington Post, and it sure got my attention.

Warning: VERY LOUD BOOMS. Turn down your volume, unless you fancy accidents in the underpants.

 

Check out the RT article’s pictures and videos, and marvel.

Revealing N Korea’s gulag and nuclear sites – In Pictures – Al Jazeera English

Revealing N Korea’s gulag and nuclear sites – In Pictures – Al Jazeera English.

An eerie peak in to the gulags and re-education camps in North Korea, via aerial shots from Google.

Words do not suffice here, therefore I will not carry on with them. Please visit the link for more information and images.