Lake Vostok Diagram

Russian Scientists Discover “Unidentified” Life In Lake Vostok (Updated: No, no they didn’t)

When I last wrote about Lake Vostok, Russian scientists had retrieved new water samples from the subglacial lake in Antarctica. This lake, if you remember, has existed deep beneath the Antarctic ice, isolated for about 20 million years. And, at the very least, the lake’s water has been free of any contamination or disturbance from …

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“Alien Slime” Discovered In Wake Of Russian Meteor

A mysterious slime has turned up throughout a Somerset nature reserve days after the shocking meteor strike in Russia. Described as “blobs” or “goo” or just “something living,” the strange substance has been found littered throughout the reserve. It only appeared after last week’s meteorite incident, despite the fact that the nature reserve is thousands …

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Apocalypse In Russia

Russia Prepares For The Apocalypse

Last week, the Russian government issued a statement regarding the forthcoming Mayan apocalypse, reassuring its citizens that everything is going to be all right. Well, except for “blizzards, ice storms, tornadoes, floods, trouble with transportation and food supply, breakdowns in heat, electricity and water supply.” (Might want to work on your reassuring skills, guys). Actually, …

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Ancient Geoglyph Discovered In Russia May Predate Peru’s Nazca Lines

An ancient geoglyph that likely predates the mysterious Nazca Lines of Peru has been discovered in Russia, near Lake Zyuratkul on the southern slopes of the Zyuratkul Mountains. It was found using satellite images, and even appears on Google Earth. You can check it out yourself at the following coordinates: 54.9425°N 59.1922°E. The strange monument …

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Green Clouds And Moscow At The End Of The World

A mysterious green cloud cast shadows over Moscow yesterday, leaving many with fears of chemical spills and, well, a looming apocalypse. Officials say it’s just pollen. A “large amount of pollen,” perhaps birch, to be exact. But many residents aren’t buying it. Yesterday was the 26th anniversary of the Chernobyl disaster, and conspiracy theorists have …

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