In Motion, Science, Weather Stories, World

Watch “Super Blue Blood Moon” captured on video

31 Jan , 2018  

Three with the Sun, the Moon and the Earth. One in between the line of “sight” of the celestial bodies may cause an eclipse. The main celestial event last night was captured by our digital camera between 6PM and 7PM which is the source of the Youtube video on this post. The digital record may […]

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Bicol News Now, Climate Change, In Motion, Travel, Weather Stories

Watch Video The Fury of Mayon Volcano

25 Jan , 2018  

Mt. Mayon in the province of Albay, in the Philippines is again rumbling. And that restlessness has been going on for sometime now. The ultra active strato volcano in the region of Bicol is living up to its reputation. The mountain towers with the height of 2,463 meters or 8,081 ft. Some folks say the […]

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Bicol News Now, Climate Change, Disaster

Live blogging the fury of Mayon Volcano

23 Jan , 2018  

Today, at 9:32 AM, Tuesday, January 23, Legazpi time, we start a live blogging event to document the fury and ferocious destruction of Mayon volcano on its environ and the local residents living in its vicinity. We are getting a live text feed direct from the city fronting the volcano. Backgrounder Yesterday, about 12 Noon, […]

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Bicol News Now, Climate Change, Weather Stories

Mayon erupts anew, residents cower in fear, awed by its beauty!

22 Jan , 2018  

Yes it is. Each time the majestic volcano in Albay province erupts, reactions are in varied forms. The affected residents cower and tremble in fear for their lives, property and livestock. Tourists and disaffected residents flock to the city and get a good view of the eruption. On Monday, the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and […]

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Animals, Green, In Motion

Behind “Free as the Birds” was a filming and learning experience

22 Jan , 2018  

Free as the Birds was a filming and learning experience on our part. We are finally publishing here and posting on our Youtube channel the short assembly of video clips which otherwise were just saved on the (removable) hard drive for some time now. The footages were taken for the sake of posterity. A common, […]

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Animals, Green, In Motion, Internet

Watch a close encounter with a squirrel in 4K

19 Jan , 2018  

This is a first for our YouTube channel at posting video in 4K – “A Close Encounter with a Squirrel in 4K.” A chance encounter with this happy, inquisitive and quite reluctant star of our video proved productive. It all happened last week when we accompanied a fellow YouTuber at filming.ilming his stunt in a […]

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Green, In Motion, Road to Raw Foods

Latest Update on the Eight Cherry Tomato Plants

28 Sep , 2017  

This is the latest, and maybe, the final update on the Cherry Tomato Plants These are the eight cherry tomatoes four weeks after transplanting which I covered on an earlier video. They have grown tall, some about four and one half feet already. The leaves looked green and healthy. Some have even flowers. I placed […]

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Green, In Motion

This is the easy way of planting Cherry Tomato seedlings on pots

29 Aug , 2017  

I’m working on my vegetable pots today.. Just to make a quick recall I filled four pots with potting soil mixed shown on our previous video here. I set aside those pots for few days and waited and made sure if the mix will really retain moisture content. With the waiting over this is just […]

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Green, In Motion

This is the transcript of the best green hack for making best potting soil mix

20 Aug , 2017  

This is the transcript of “Best Green Hack for Making Best Potting Soil Mix” video on our Youtube channel. Today, I’ll show you how I make my potting soil mix. I’m using Peat Moss (or Sphagnum) and also I’m adding chicken manure.both of these I purchased from the local store. As you see the regular […]

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Bicol News Now, Disaster

Greenpeace advocacy helps cancel environment hazard lantern flying event in Legazpi

17 Aug , 2017  

Thanks to the long known advocacy of the Greeenpeace group, the 4th Annual sky lantern flying activity in Legazpi city was eventually canceled by its organizers. The organizers of the 4th Annual sky lantern flying activity have decided today to cancel the event after it was met with strong opposition by environmentalists as well as […]

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Nation, Weather Stories

Heaven teardrops: Duterte’s second SONA will have rainshowers?

24 Jul , 2017  

Heaven cries, Duterte’s second SONA will have rainshowers? As supporters of President Rodrigo Duterte flock around the venue of his second SONA, rainshowers is predicted to prevail in Metro Manila this Monday. The southwest monsoon also affects the western section of Luzon and the Visayas, state weather bureau PAGASA disclosed. There is also a low […]

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Climate Change, World

Global warming is major cause behind extreme weather – WMO

19 Jul , 2017  

The extreme weather conditions prevailing worldwide, including the long-lasting heat waves and scorching temperatures across the northern hemisphere, remains the main culprit according to a latest study of the World Meteorological Organization released in Geneva. Using the climate assessment models of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, the WMO predicted that if greenhouse gas emissions […]

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Green, Nation, Video

Phillippines nationwide smoking ban starts July 22

17 Jul , 2017  

Smokers, take note of this. Two days before President Duterte’s second State of the Nation Address, the nationwide ban on smoking in public places including conveyances will get implemented on July 22nd. Duterte previously signed an executive order (EO 26) on May 16 this year that will enforce the establishment of smoke-free areas in public […]

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Environment, Luzon, News

DA to restock Laguna lake with indigenous, non-invasive commercially viable fish

4 May , 2017  

The Department of Agriculture has unveiled a plan to restock Laguna and other lakes, rivers and creeks in the country with indigenous fish and non-invasive but commercially viable species. The initiative tagged as Project BASIL (Balik Sigla sa Ilog at Lawa) aims to revive inland bodies of water where decline of fish stocks has been […]

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Climate Change, News, Video

Pink pineapples for your fruit salad, anyone?

13 Feb , 2017  

Do you love fruit salads? Are you fond of experimenting by adding colors on the mix to make it more fancy and attractive? Now that wait is almost over. Very soon, the food stalls and supermarkets in the US of A will get a fill of pineapple, not the yellow fleshed ones, but a new […]

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Environment, Luzon, Mindanao, Visayas

The very ugly face of mining in the Philippines

15 Jan , 2017  

After looking, staring at the images, what can one say, but that is the very ugly face of mining in the Philippines. So, indeed, you will be looking at the very ugly barren lands left behind or still being raped through surface mining in some parts of the country. This post is not about to […]

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Mindanao, Visayas, Weather Stories

Typhoon Auring makes second landfall in Bohol

9 Jan , 2017  

In its recent update, the state weather bureau said typhoon Auring made a second landfall over Ubay in Bohol province. Residents of areas under Tropical Cyclone Warning Signal (TCWS) No. 1 are warned of possible flash floods and landslides. Areas under TCWS No. 1 are Cuyo Island, Bohol, Siquijor, Negros Occidental, Negros Oriental, Southern Leyte, […]

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Manila, Nation, News, Weather Stories

Robredo back from USA, visits NIA road fire victims

3 Jan , 2017  

The good news here is that upon arrival of Vice-President Leni Robredo on Monday at the airport, she visited immediately the fire victims in Quezon City. From a facebook post, Ms.Bella Enriquez said:”Straight from the airport, VP Leni Robredo visits affected residents of the NIA Road fire, promises to coordinate solution to housing problem. She […]

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Bicol News Now, Environment, News

CamSur Gov. Villafuerte favors cutting trees off highways in the province

2 Jan , 2017  

After typhoon Nina caused wide destruction on the province of Camarines Sur on the night of Christmas 2016, Camarines Sur Governor Miguel Luis Villafuerte suddenly favors cutting off trees along the national highway traversing the province. In a Facebook post, Gov. Villafuerte wrote: “My proposal to DENR (Department of Environment and Natural Resources), DPWH (Department […]

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Bicol News Now, News, Weather Stories

These are the 12 transmission lines which sustain damages from typhoon Nina

27 Dec , 2016  

The National Grid Corporation of the Philippines (NGCP) confirmed 12 major transmission power lines in South Luzon damaged by the howler typhoon ‘Nina’ that plunged over 2 million service users. These are the 12 major transmission lines which sustained damages from typhoon Nina which plunged some provinces either into total blackout or with partial electric […]

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Bicol News Now, News, Weather Stories

Typhoon Nina devastates Bicol, over 2 million residents without electric service

27 Dec , 2016  

Typhoon Nina wrought havoc on Bicol provinces. It left families homeless and plunged the region in black out as the National Grid Corporation of the Philippines and various local electric service providers work 24/7 to restore power. Local government units gathered its personnel to do restoration and relief work. Like the one below from Naga […]

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Bicol News Now, News, Weather Stories

Stormy Weather prevails in Bicol on Christmas day, no thanks to ‘Nina’

24 Dec , 2016  

Thanks but no thanks to you, severe tropical storm ‘Nina’ for that awful weather. Some parts of Bicol will go through the most important and final night of Simbang Gabi on a cold, wet and stormy weather, all bundled into one. Before the clock struck 12 midnight severe tropical storm ‘Nina’ still maintains strength on […]

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Climate Change

Palawan islet home to dozens of rare bird species going underwater

22 Dec , 2016  

PUERTO PRINCESA CITY, Dec. 22 — An islet in Palawan that is host to dozens of bird species is in the brink of going under seawater due to continuous erosion. The bird islet on the North Atoll of Tubbataha Reefs was confirmed undergoing a progressive erosion as officials of the Tubbataha Management Office raise the […]

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Climate Change, Video, World

Inner Mongolia claim success in cloning goat for superfine cashmere wool production

19 Dec , 2016  

HOHHOT, Dec.19 — Inner Mongolia said it has attained success in cloning goat for superfine cashmere wool production. The Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region of China claims to have produced the first cloned goat that could produce superfine cashmere wool. This was announced by the city government of Bayannur on Sunday. The goat was born and […]

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