Scientists Say 536 AD Was Worst Year in Human History: Scientists say that the year 536 AD was most likely the worst year ever for humanity, as an Icelandic volcano unleashed a cloud of black ash that blocked out the sun for years, coinciding with an outbreak of bubonic plague and a piercing cold snap - resulting in massive crop fails, starvation, years of darkness and squalor everywhere. Oh for God’s sake, please don’t mention that to President Trump. He’ll wanna nuke Iceland’s volcanos. On a positive note, Iceland’s most active volcano is spelled Eyjafjallajökull, so good luck with typing that into your nuclear GPS system Mr Trump.
Large Asteroid Might Collide With Earth In 2023: Scientists say large asteroid packing 50 megatons of force, could be headed toward us in the near future - barreling through space on a risk trajectory that might cause it to collide with Earth as early as 2023. Scientists say that while this is certainly a pretty frightening prospect, the good news is that it’s likely to be a direct hit on Cleveland.
Scientists May Have Discovered New Species on Deep Dive: Research scientists say they’re really excited about discovering what very well may be several new species after 22 days of deep diving in the waters off Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands. So what’s the big deal about finding a few “new species?” I mean, did they think there was something wrong with the old ones?