What a crazy news week it was. We start on a sad note.

News items:

Dead whale/giant squid ? Even the natives don?t recognize weird dead things.

This is what a giant squid carcass looks like. No bones. Not whale-sized.

New Nessie hoax

Suspicious!

Creationist at the Grand Canyon

Oroville fish fall I was going to put a picture of fish that fell from a height here but I think you can imagine what that might look like. So, I spared you the gore.

  • I use a fish fall scene for the banner at Group of Fort. If you are interested in these kinds of phenomena, come join.

MUFON scandal

  • MUFON PA site still looks like it hasn?t been updated since 1999. Their philosophies are even more retro.

Spooky geology:

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Chinese Sinopec’s Yakela Gas Field Output Crosses Milestone

May 22, 2017

Cumulative gas output from Chinese oil and gas company Sinopec?s Yakela field has crossed10bn m3, the company said May 22.  The field, which came online 12 years ago, is operated by Sinopec Northwest Oil Field Company. Gas from the field is supplied to Xinjiang and to China’s west-to-east gas transmission project, Sinopec said. Located in the north […]

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GGP: UK Storage encounters a Rough patch

May 22, 2017

The statements, opinions and data contained in the content published in Global Gas Perspectives are solely those of the individual authors and contributors and not of the publisher and the editor(s) of Natural Gas World. This is an excerpt from a paper originally published by the Oxford Institute of Energy Studies in May 2017. On April 12 Centrica Storage […]

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GPP: Energy Opportunities in South America

May 21, 2017

The statements, opinions and data contained in the content published in Global Gas Perspectives are solely those of the individual authors and contributors and not of the publisher and the editor(s) of Natural Gas World. This is an excerpt from a Congressional Testimony of Jason E. Bordoff, published by the Center on Global Energy Policy at Columbia University on May 17, 2017. Testifying […]

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Bulgarian President criticises government, calls for condemnation of Nazism over ?Hitler salutes? scandals

May 21, 2017

Share this: Bulgarian President Roumen Radev has become the latest to react to the controversy of the past few days about photographs of government officials giving Hitler salutes, by saying that it was absolutely essential to condemn Nazism ? and criticising the government?s handling of the row. Radev?s comments on May 20 came after a […]

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Scott Pruitt Is the Hypocritical Liar That Trump Deserves

May 20, 2017

Scott Pruitt, who spent six years fighting federal public health regulations as Oklahoma attorney general, has long railed against the ?environmental left.? That hasn?t changed since President Donald Trump tapped him to run the Environmental Protection Agency. ?The past administration is viewed as the environmental savior,? Pruitt said in a radio interview last week. He accused President Barack Obama of not […]

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EVN distribution subsidiary in Bulgaria changes name

May 20, 2017

Share this: Austrian energy group EVN said on May 19 that it has changed the name of its distribution subsidiary in Bulgaria in order to comply with European and Bulgarian laws, which require clear separation of distribution and trading activities within energy companies, including in areas such as corporate identity. EVN Bulgaria Elektrorazpredelenie, the company?s […]

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Bulgaria arrests 23 in operation against hackers involved in international customs evasion group

May 20, 2017

Share this: Bulgaria?s chief directorate against organised crime said on May 19 that 23 people had been arrested so far in an operation against an international organised crime group involving hackers using malware against the Customs Agency?s computer systems. Under the supervision of the Special Prosecutor?s Office, directorate staff were carrying out raids in Bulgaria?s […]

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A Portrait of the Artist Who Had Himself Shot

May 19, 2017

Courtesy of Magnolia Pictures A new documentary about Chris Burden shows the extreme performance artist?s ?cuddly? side. May 19, 2017 Chris Burden, who died in 2015, will always be known as the artist who had himself shot. Unless he is known as the one who had himself crucified (nailed through the hands to the roof […]

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No rocks for you!

May 19, 2017

A young earth Creationist, Dr. Andrew Snelling, is suing the U.S. Department of the Interior, National Park Service, in a civil rights action, stating that he was unlawfully restricted from doing geological work in the Grand Canyon national park because of religious discrimination. According to the claim, Snelling, from Australia, has authority to be in the […]

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Bulgaria?s Shalom organisation of Jews, on Simeonov and Nazi salutes scandal: ?Joking about the Holocaust is inappropriate?

May 19, 2017

Share this: Two Bulgarian Jewish organisations jointly have strongly condemned the statements and inappropriate comments by Valeri Simeonov, deputy prime minister and leader of the nationalist United Patriots, amid the controversy over a now-former deputy minister who had been photographed giving a Hitler salute to wax figures of Nazis. At a May 18 news conference […]

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What King Arthur: Legend of the Sword Gets Right About the Middle Ages

May 18, 2017

Courtesy of Warner Bros Guy Ritchie?s take on Arthurian legend is silly, yes. But it could be a lot worse. May 18, 2017 There is little more annoying than an academic ?expert? pissing on the parade of a new, creative take on their specialty. Actually, the expert interrupts to say, it wasn?t like that at […]

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Roger Stone, the Cockroach of American Politics

May 17, 2017

Netflix The new Netflix documentary “Get Me Roger Stone” tracks the life and times of an operator who has a habit of sticking around. May 17, 2017 Last week, shortly after President Donald Trump fired FBI Director James Comey, Roger Stone tweeted, ?Somewhere Dick Nixon is smiling.? Then he had a cigar. And then he […]

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