Category: SCIENCE

Suspension of Classes Due to Typhoon Glenda – July 15, 2014

Typhoon Glenda is expected to hit Metro Manila, according to the latest weather forecast issued by PAGASA. In anticipation of the storm landfall, authorities declared suspension of classes for Tuesday, July 15, 2014. PAGASA raised storm signals in several areas due to Tropical Storm Glenda (international name: Rammasun). The areas with storm signal include: Signal […]

Typhoon Glenda Triggers Suspension of Classes

Typhoon Glenda Photo Credit: ANC The latest PAGASA weather update indicated that Typhoon Glenda (international codename: Rammasun) was spotted at 620 kilometers east of Virac, Catanduanes on Monday, July 14, 2014. Typhoon Glenda is reportedly heading into the Bicol region and western part of Luzon at 28 kph. Due to Typhoon Glenda, PAGASA raised storm […]

Tropical Storm Arthur Latest Update – July 2, 2014 (VIDEO)

Tropical storm Arthur was spotted at 80 miles east-southeast of Cape Canaveral, according to the latest forecast by the National Hurricane Center in Miami, Florida on Wednesday, July 2, 2014. Moving to the northwest at about 5 mph tropical storm Arthur has a maximum sustained winds of 50 miles per hour. The following CBS video […]

Megamouth Shark Caught in Japan (VIDEO)

Megamouth Shark Credit: Japanese Daily A female Megamouth Shark measuring about 13 feet and weighing 1,500 pounds was caught off the coast of Shizuoka City, Japan. The rare Megamouth Shark is reportedly on display at the Marine Science Museum in Shizuoka City. Watch the Megamouth Shark video below.

California Earthquake Magnitude 6.9 Strucks Eureka (VIDEO)

California Earthquake 2014 Credit: AP A 6.9 magnitude earthquake hit California on Sunday night, March 9, 2014. The The quake’s epicenter was located at 50 miles west and four miles deep of Eureka, California. There were no immediate reports of any injuries or damage to properties. The U.S. Geological Survey said that the 6.9-magnitude quake […]

Giant Jellyfish Found in Tasmania beach (Video)

Giant Jellyfish Credit: AFP/Josie Lim/AFP A giant jellyfish discovered near a beach in Tasmania by the family of a certain Josie Lim is now being studied by Australian scientists. The giant jellyfish was reportedly found by Josie Lim last month. Reports say that the giant jellyfish is measured at 1.5 meters or about 5 feet […]

PAGASA Weather Forecast: Hot Weather Until Monday, February 3 2014

The latest bulletin by the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) indicated a clear weather condition for the whole country until Monday, February 3, 2014. PAGASA clarified that the humid weather condition experienced since Saturday night is just temporary. In an ABS-CBN interview, PAGASA explained that hot weather will be experienced for two […]

Typhoon Basyang: PAGASA Weather Forecast, 11 a.m., Friday, January 31 2014

Typhoon Basyang Satellite image Credit: PAGASA Typhoon Basyang has intensified into a tropical storm according to the latest weather forecast issued by the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) at 11 a.m. on Friday, January 31, 2014. Signal number 2 is now up in several areas. (See the list of areas under public […]

Typhoon Basyang Update: Tropical Storm To Make Landfall Friday, January 31

Typhoon Basyang Update Credit: PAGASA The latest update on Typhoon Basyang by the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) indicated that it is now heading towards Surigao Provinces. Tropical storm “Basyang” is reportedly approaching the eastern seaboard of the Philippines. Basyang was earlier spotted at 768 kilometers east northeast of Hinatuan, Surigao del […]

Winter Storm Hercules: State-by-State Video Update as of January 2, 2014

Winter Storm Hercules is expected to bear down heavily on several US states. Heavy snowfall is expected to be dumped in the northwestern areas. Up to two feet of snow is predicted until the end of Winter Storm Hercules. Below are some of the latest video reports on Winter Storm Hercules. Winter Storm Hercules Credit: […]

14-pound Baby: 2nd Largest Florida Born Baby in 2013 (Photos and Video)

14-pound baby Credit: Video Grab A 14-pound baby reportedly set a new record at the UF Health Shands Hospital in Gainesville, Florida. The 14-pound baby is said to be the second largest baby born in Florida this year. Nicia McNelley and Quinta Johnson named their new 14-pound baby boy as Isaiah Lawrence Johnson. 14-pound baby […]

Jade Rabbit: Lunar Rover of China Lands on the Moon (VIDEO)

China‘s lunar rover made its successful landing on the moon on Saturday, December 14, 2013. Jade Rover will begin its moon exploration on Sunday according to several reports. In the early 70’s, the United States of America and Russia has conducted their own lunar landings. After 35 years, it was China’s turn to visit the […]

World’s Oldest Animal? Ming, 507-year-old shellfish

A 507-year-old shellfish named Ming is being considered as the world’s oldest living animal until it died at the hands of Bangor University researchers. Ming, world’s oldest animal Credit: Bangor University Scientists were trying to determine the real age of the bi-valve mollusk and accidentally killed it. Ming’s age was determined by counting its rings. […]

Asteroid 2032: 2013 TV 135 may hit Earth, says Ukranian Scientists

Asteroid Credit: Wikipedia Asteroid seen to impact Earth on 2032. Does it scare you? Maybe others may not mind having an asteroid on year 2032 since it is 19-years more to go. By that time, NASA may be able to think of ways to ward off this threat. But how big is this asteroid? Is […]

Rare 14-foot Saber-toothed Whale on California Beach?

Saber-toothed whale Image credit: Heal the Bay Is it really a saber-toothed whale or just a mistaken identity? This was the question being raised by marine scientist on the reported 14-foot saber-toothed whale that washed on the shore of Venice Beach, a Westside of the city of Los Angeles, California last Tuesday, October 15, 2013. […]