8th February - Today's News: Tornadoes Strike New Orleans

In the Cairngorms, a 'willy-willy' hits chilly hilly: Rare 100ft tall snowado is spotted on Scottish mountain - and we could even see a snow flurry in Evesham later this week.

In Sidmouth, nervous homeowners see large chunks of their gardens disappear as latest cliff fall threatens their homes - and the Daily Fail still hasn't recognised that storm "Doris" hasn't occurred yet! 

NASA's Curiosity Rover sharpens paradox of ancient Mars - basically, back when the young Sun was cooler, there doesn't appear to have been enough carbon dioxide to make Mars warm enough for liquid water .... which we know did exist back then.

What happened to the sun over 7,000 years ago?  Analysis of tree rings reveals highly abnormal solar activity in the mid-Holocene c5480BC

And the moon is on a collision course with Earth - but don't worry, it won't hit for anothert 65,000,000,000 years.


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