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  1. Post two photos to show the difference of this February and last year (late Feb. into early March) #BeastfromtheEast versus record breaking UK warmth (21.2c today in London 70F) Mine from East Lothian
  2. I've just been looking through the lightning archive and I have been absolutely amazed at how much lightning has been recorded throughout this month so far. Every day so far, except for the 21st has recorded lightning somewhere in the UK, mainly in Scotland and Northern England. It really makes me think... has the UK just had one of it's most thundery Decembers on record? The dates that really caught my eye were the 7th, 10th, 11th and 19th (all pictured below).
  3. A nine-year-old boy from north east China has set a new world record in his age group for solving a Rubik's Cube, according to Chinese state media. With lightening-quick fingers, Li Dongyi completed the puzzle in just 11.84 seconds at a World Cube Association tournament in Shenyang. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-25578131 To me that is superhuman.Never seen it done that fast.11.84 seconds WOW.
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