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An extraordinary light spotted over Finland defined as exceptionally large meteor

Thursday, 30 May 2013
A very extra ordinary light that shined over Finland has been defined as an exceptionally large meteor. This comes after hundreds of people in Finland reported a bright light accompanied by a roaring over Finnish skies three weeks ago.

Why does it look like climate changes seem to have reversed?

Tuesday, 16 April 2013
With the excessively bitter cold this winter in the Northern hemisphere and also, a prolonged winter, it is getting hard for climate change scientists to sell their story. We were expecting a growing scorching earth but instead it has been getting colder - Why?

Sweden's solution for rejected horse meats Lasagna - it will be used to make biogas

Friday, 15 February 2013
Tons of rejected lasagnes in Sweden to be used in producing biogas as Sweden seeks solution to the huge looses to be created by the large rejection of the food as horse meat is discovered in the food product.

Ice melt from Antarctica, Greenland increasing sea levels, an alarm has been raised

Friday, 30 November 2012
There has been the fight between those who accepted and those who rejected that the global climate was changing. Today there is documented evidence that there is global warming here.

How rodents are developing appetite for broadband cables, raking havoc on internet connectivity in Stockholm area

Friday, 21 September 2012
Pest controllers in Northern Stockholm have found nice that have developed more appetite in plastic cables use in broadband network. Hundreds of residents have been hit - and now the municipality has started the war.

Massive ice melting in Greenland referred to as extraordinary

Wednesday, 25 July 2012
A new image from NASA has shown that in just four days there has been a large Greenland ice melt in key areas, which jumped from 40 percent of the ice sheet to 97 percent from 8 July.

Norwegian Public officials flying more and more and the question emerged as to how they enforce emissions control

Saturday, 21 April 2012
The Norwegian government wants to cut emissions of greenhouse gases, but its employees tend to fly more with the view that more pollution is carried out by air travel. With the Environment Ministry among the "worst", the question now is how are they going to meet or even enforce their targets?

Swedish latest research points to future battery made of wood for sustainable energy

Monday, 26 March 2012
There is still a vacuum in the a growing technological sector - lack good storage capability for electricity generated from solar and wind power so that it cane be used in a future time as needed for example, during nights and still days.

Warning of outbreak of measles as more falls sick in Sweden

Sunday, 04 December 2011
The World Health Organization (WHO) warns that Europe is facing an explosive growth of missiles as reports hold that the sickness is growing a unparallel levels in Sweden.

Super size Northern ozone hole of record size

Monday, 10 October 2011
A hole in the ozone layer that was over Finland last spring has now been found to have been of record size, and comparable to the depletion of ozone over the Antarctic.