Posts by Earth_Emperor

Hay Cheetah

Hay Cheetah
A man on safari in Tanzania got a much closer experience with the animals than he probably wanted. Britton Hayes from Seattle, Washington, was with a tourist group enjoying a look at rare animals in the natural habitat. But three cheetahs out hunting in Gol Kopjes of Serengeti National Park decided to get up close to the group – leaving [...]

Mysterious Orange Snow

Skiers and snowboarders in Sochi, Russia were treated with orange-tinted snow at the weekend. The mysterious orange snow also hit other parts of Eastern Europe, transforming mountainous regions to an alien landscape. Scientists say the highly unusual sight was caused by an enormous sand storm that blew up from the Sahara desert. The sandstor [...]

Steve the Purple Ribbon

A mysterious aurora has been seen in Scotland after the mini Beast from the East cleared.  The remarkable phenomenon has been dubbed, ‘Steve’ – a Strong Thermal Emission Velocity Enhancement. Scientists are trying to learn more about the rare sight. Steve was seen along with the Aurora Borealis and could be identified [...]

The Beast From The East

The Beast From The East
For the second time in as many weeks, the Beast from the East has struck Britain and much of Europe bringing heavy snowfall and prolonged freezing temperatures. Siberian winds clashed with Storm Emma to bring chaos to the UK and put spring on hold for a while, disrupting everyday modern life. The Beast from the East was also the nickname of [...]

A Piece of the Pi

Many people are fascinated that the world-famous theoretical physicist, Stephen Hawking, died on Pi day. The date is also Albert Einstein’s birthday. Stephen Hawking died on March 14 aged 76, whilst Albert Einstein was born on March 14 and died aged 76. March 14 is known as National Pi Day. 3/14 is significant because 3.14 are the first [...]

First Polar Bear Cub in 25 Years

First Polar Bear Cub in 25 Years
Britain has its first polar bear cub in 25 year! The adorable cub was born just before Christmas at the Highland Wildlife Park in Kincraig, Scotland. Footage has been released of the cub exploring his new world.  In the footage the cub is seen bounding about with its mother and eating snow. In The Earth Emperor’s Eye the polar be [...]

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Thousands of starfish have washed up on Ramsgate beach after the ‘Beast from the East’ struck. The trail of the dead sea creatures stretches to other beaches in the area as witnesses describe being shocked by the numbers. The macabre scene was said some to be like Armageddon with starfish stretching as far as the eye could see. T [...]

Mali awarded medal for bravery

Readers of The Earth Emperor’s Eye will know of the dog Malachi, the messenger, and his antics and sacrifices in protecting Mother Nature and serving the Emperor. Well, is it merely coincidence that a dog named Mali has been awarded the animal equivalent of the Victoria Cross medal for bravery?  The military dog helped protect sold [...]

Making an Ass of You and Me

Making an Ass of You and Me
The saying goes, ‘To assume is to make an ass of u and me.’ It’s quoted by Malachi in The Earth Emperor’s Eye, possibly because assumptions can create negative mindsets, particularly when faced with something unusual and distinctive which pushes boundaries and perceptions, but lingers hitherto undiscovered and overlook [...]

Sword in the Stone

A SWORD dubbed Excalibur, after the legendary sword of King Arthur, has mysteriously been pulled from a lakeside stone in the Brecon Beacons, one of the places mooted for Camelot. The sword was fixed into a stone with cement near Llangorse Lake, in the Brecon Beacons. It was made by a local blacksmiths and the attraction was popular with chi [...]

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