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Global Climate is Unusual.

The spring of Beijing this year comes late. From May 12, 2008, after the Wenchuan earthquake to the present, we have heard the news of earthquake all around the world. The earthquake magnitude is different. There are light earthquakes, also violent ones. After the Spring Festival, it was in the rainy season in previous years. However, the Southern now suffer from drought that naver happened in one hundred years. While the Northern, such as Beijing, a city with four distinct seasons, its spring disappears.

The report said that the spring is the latest for Beijing over the past decade. Temperatures is still hovering around ten degrees in April. Frequently temperature reductions force people to wear thick clothing, like still in winter. The weather is possible to go from winter to summer directly.

Global climate is unusual and makes me impatient and restless. I have watch the film 2010 and some articles and videos which about the Mayan 2012 prophecies. sometimes I feel panic.

Flaming cloud lightens sky

Photo taken on Jan. 26, 2010 shows the beautiful flaming cloud scenery in Ganyu County of Lianyungang City, east China's Jiangsu Province.







Aliens are already on the earth, Bulgarian scientists claim

BEIJING, November 30 (Xinhuanet) -- Bulgarian scientists claim that extraterrestrials are living amongst humans on the earth and that they are already in contact with some of them, the Daily Telegraph reported Monday.

Scientists from the country's Space Research Institute were quoted by the paper as saying that they are currently working on deciphering a complex set of symbols sent to them by the visitors from outer space.

Lachezar Filipov, deputy director of the Space Research Institute of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, confirmed the research was taking place. According to Filipov, the centre's researchers were analysing 150 crop circles from around the world, which they believe answer questions put to them by the aliens.

"Aliens are currently all around us, and are watching us all the time," Mr Filipov told Bulgarian media. "They are not hostile towards us, rather, they want to help us but we have not grown enough in order to establish direct contact with them."

But he said contact will come soon. "The human race was certainly going to have direct contact with the aliens in the next 10 to 15 years," Filipov said. "Extraterrestrials are critical of the people's amoral behavior referring to the humans' interference in nature's processes."

Earlier this month Global Times reported on a claim by a professor at Yunnan University in south-west China who said that aliens were already living in several Chinese provinces. Professor Zhang Yifang said they posed no threat to humans during an address at the Kunming UFO Forum which took place in the first two weeks of November. "I believe they are nice and they have no intention of attacking us," Zhang said, "Perhaps they are shape-shifters camouflaged as human beings or they have manufactured human-like robots to watch us."

Zhang Yifang who is also director of the Kunming UFO Research Association, claims that beings from outer space may be living in Yunnan, Heilongjiang, in north-east China, and Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, in the north-west. "The complicated terrain of these places makes them perfect for observing us earthlings," Zhang says.

A flying object is seen on Vancouver Island, British Columbia in this October 8, 1981 photo. In May 2006, the British Ministry of Defence made public a top secret report on UFOs, concluding that three decades of sightings had failed to produce evidence of visiting extraterrestrials.(Xinhua/Reuters File Photo)

An aerial view shows circles created in a grain field near the north Czech town of Liberec, 110km (70 miles) north of Prague, in this picture taken from a remote helicopter June 30, 2008. The origin of the circles remains unknown.(Xinhua/Reuters File Photo)

A visitor to an exhibition by Japanese video and performance artist Mariko Mori embraces the sculpture of an "alien", part of a composition entitled "Oneness", in order to hear its "heartbeat" in Kiev April 11, 2008.(Xinhua/Reuters File Photo)


Russia mulls rescuing Earth from possible asteroid collision

Russia is considering sending a spacecraft to a large asteroid to knock it off its course and prevent a possible collision with Earth, the head of Russia's space agency said Wednesday.

"A scientist recently told me he has calculated that it (Apophis) will surely collide with Earth in the 2030s," Anatoly Perminov told the Voice of Russia radio.

A number of proposals to deflect the 270-meter asteroid's trajectory have been brought up, he said.

"Calculations show that it is possible to create a spacecraft within the said time, which would help avoid this impact without destroying it and without detonating any nuclear charges," he said.

Perminov said experts from Roscosmos, the Russian space agency, would soon hold a closed-door session to discuss ways to prevent the possible disaster.

Experts from Europe, the United States, China and other countries might be invited to join the planned project once it is finalized, he said.

Apophis, which was discovered in 2004, was forecast to pass by Earth several times at a dangerous distance from 2029 to 2036. However, an October update on its orbit by NASA indicated "a significantly reduced likelihood of a hazardous encounter with Earth in 2036."

Scientists have long theorized about asteroid deflection strategies. Some have proposed sending a probe to circle around a dangerous asteroid to gradually change its trajectory. Others have suggested sending a spacecraft to collide with the asteroid and alter its momentum or using nuclear weapons to hit it.


Russia is considering sending a spacecraft to a large asteroid to knock it off its course and prevent a possible collision with Earth, the head of Russia's space agency said Wednesday.