Amazing Images Of Saturn’s Giant Hurricane Vortex: 20x Bigger Than Average Earth Hurricane

shockleewebpic_saturnhurricaneNASA’s Cassini spacecraft has provided scientists the first close-up, visible-light views of a behemoth hurricane swirling around Saturn’s north pole.

In high-resolution pictures and video, scientists see the hurricane’s eye is about 1,250 miles [2,000 kilometers] wide, 20 times larger than the average hurricane eye on Earth. Thin, bright clouds at the outer edge of the hurricane are traveling 330 mph [150 meters per second]. The hurricane swirls inside a large, mysterious, six-sided weather pattern known as the hexagon.

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#FutureFrequency News Highlights From Around The Web

shockleewebpic_FF20Around the world, around the universe, the future is now! Tune in to some of the most recent headlines and developments that are coming soon near you.

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#FutureFrequency News Highlights From Around The Web

The world we live in is getting more and more interesting by the second, pretty soon we’ll all be rocking wearable tech, body mods and riding in driverless cars. Check out some of the latest things that are happening. Are you ready?…

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#FutureFrequency News Highlights From Around The Web

Time’s are quickly changing but there’s never been a better time to participate in LIFE! Take a look at the amazing and innovative developments that have been going on recently. Don’t just sit there…participate! And help ensure the world becomes a better place.

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#FutureFrequency News Highlights From Around The Web

As 2012 comes to a close, check out some of the latest science faction news bits from around the planet. Tune in to the FUTURE FREQUENCY vibration!

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Hurricane Sandy Aftermath: Emergency Tips, How You Can Help + Photos

Here are some of the resources and efforts being organized around Hurricane Sandy’s devastation in the New York Metropolitan region, an area with a population well over 20 million residents. There is a lot of ground to cover and clean up will take quite a while. If you have any recommendations on additional tips, post them up in the comments.

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Live Coverage: Hurricane Sandy Hits The East Coast – Storm Streaming + Webcams + Apps + Resources

Hurricane Sandy AKA ‘Frankenstorm‘ is on its way up the East Coast and the full moon forecast calls for it to combine with a couple of severe weather systems in the Northeast that according to experts is threatening to be ‘the storm of the century’. With the U.S. Presidential Election just days away, this event will no doubt be a major disruption.

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Semiconductor: 20 Hz

Brighton-based artist duo Semiconductor, have put together this hypnotic piece of work called 20 Hz which shows the relationship between radio waves and sound. It was co-commissioned by Arts Santa Monica and Lighthouse for the exhibition Invisible Fields which is showing at Arts Santa Monica in Barcelona, Spain through March 4, 2012.

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International Space Station Passes Over Hurricane Irene

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Weather Warfare: Are We Weaponizing Weather?

It has been proven that ELF [extremely low frequency] or subfrequency radio waves can be manipulated to vibrate the earth’s ionosphere. Translation: these low frequency signals can be broadcast into the atmosphere to trigger changes in weather patterns.

In the U.S., HAARP [The High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program] has set up shop in Alaska.
At one of the facilities, 180, 72-foot tall antennas are aiming 3.6 million watts of intense energy into the ionosphere. There are at least 5 research stations like this set up around the globe including two in Alaska, one in Puerto Rico, one in Norway and one in Russia. These transmitters could potentially alter the weather anywhere in the world.

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