Posts Tagged ‘expedition’

Interview 1841 – Israel, Propaganda and Apocalypse on The Truth Expedition

via The Truth Expedition: James Corbett is the curator of, which is my preferred destination for open-source intelligence news. The Corbett Report is a listener-supported, independent news source. The Corbett Report is, in my opinion, the most valuable, thorough, and relevant news source in the world. During this Expedition, we talk about the recent […]

Research expedition discovers extensive emissions of methane from bottom of Baltic Sea

The research project aimed “to expand knowledge about methane and its sources and sinks in the oxygen-free environments in the deeper parts of the Baltic Sea.” Source

Unearthing Italy’s Hidden Renaissance Castles Expedition: DAY 1

Having a home in the fascinating historic town of Vejano, north of Rome, fueled Marcello Assandri’s curiosity about the history of the area. Read more Section:  News History & Archaeology Ancient Places Europe Read Later  Source

Turkiye third Arctic Ocean expedition transforms into hub for international scientists

This year marked a significant milestone as Turkiye’s third Arctic expedition opened its doors to foreign scientists for the first time, fostering international collaboration in the heart of the Ocean, Anadolu Agency reports. In the spirit of international bilateral cooperation, scientists from Brazil, the Czech Republic and Norway established a unique laboratory in the Arctic […]

Swedish Expedition Strikes Gold Within Royal Tombs in Cyprus

An archaeological expedition from the University of Gothenburg has announced the finding of underground tombs in Cyprus. Initially, the Swedish archaeologists identified a set of mysterious chambers using magnetometry. But now, they have revealed that they were actually “royal tombs” laden in luxury imported artifacts and were located outside the Bronze Age trading metropolis, Hala […]

New evidence from Nord Stream underwater expedition refutes official claims

Observers have drawn a number of conclusions based on a recent series of visits to the site of the Nord Stream pipeline rupture via drone. There’s just one problem: all of them seemed to have missed the location of the explosions. Source

Was Pisa’s 1016 Sardinia Expedition the First Crusade of Them All?

During the First Crusade, the city state of Pisa, like many other European powers, was moved by the pleas of Pope Urban II, who in 1095 ordered the Christian kingdoms of Europe to launch a holy crusade against Islam  Read more Section:  News Ancient Places Europe History Important Events Read Later 

MS Estonia: New expedition confirms official accident report

A new research expedition to the wreck of the M/S Estonia ferry that sank in the Baltic Sea in 1994 has not provided fresh evidence contradicting the official accident investigation report, the Estonian, Finnish, and Swedish safety investigation authorities said on Tuesday. The sinking of the M/S Estonia ferry 27 years ago was one of […]

Here be monsters: Deep sea Java expedition uncovers bizarre new species (PHOTOS)

Among the extraordinary treasure trove of new creatures is a spider crab with fuzzy spines and blood-red eyes, a small wood-dwelling sea star, and a giant cockroach almost a foot (30 centimeters) long. READ MORE: Octo-fuss: Internet goes wild for color-changing hatchling footage (VIDEO) The monstrous-looking ocean dwellers were identified during the first such scientific […]

New Expedition Tours Sustainable Projects in Costa Rica

Article by: Zander Hathaway Amidst the majestic coastal mountains, epic waterfalls, and warm beaches of Costa Rica, the first Sustainable Living Expedition was, for me, the educational adventure of a lifetime, and there are many more on the horizon. As a member of the team, my role was to provide hospitality, accompany guests on excursions, and […]

State of democracy ‘under threat’ in Turkey – PACE

The European MPs voiced their concerns during a debate on the state of democracy in Turkey on Wednesday. In a resolution, based on the post-monitoring report by co-rapporteurs Ingebjørg Godskesen and Nataša Vuckovic, PACE stated that it “regrets that peace talks to address the Kurdish issue collapsed in summer 2015, putting at stake the process […]

Monsanto was always evil

     Monsanto is quite possibly the world’s most hated company, but few know much of the history of this multi-national giant. “When a company claims its product improves on nature, many consumers happily declare the product an example of scientific progress. Equally powerful, though, is the inclination toward skepticism.” – Jesse Hicks This skepticism is […]

2.9 magnitude earthquake recorded near Mount St. Helens, Washington

     A 2.9-magnitude earthquake hit just south of Mount St. Helens Monday morning, according to the U.S. Geolgoical Survey. The quake was recorded at 8:50 a.m. The earthquake, according to the USGS, wasn’t very strong. Only three people reported feeling it, as of 10:30 a.m. It’s the strongest earthquake in Washington in February. A 2.6-magnitude […]

The People We Trust to ‘Save’ Women From Prostitution Keep Paying Them for Sex—and Worse

**Originially posted at by Elizabeth Nolan Brown** Here’s a horrifying story out of Chicago, where at least two police officers are under investigation for the sex trafficking of a 14-year-old girl. The local Fox news station is referring to it as a “sex scandal,” but I think depraved and egregious abuse of power is probably […]

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