Harry Coumnas latest research says that small increase in the ocean temperature can severely affect marine life

Harry Coumnas, research scientist working in the Antarctica circle found out that species of marine can double their lifespan when water temperatures increases by 1 or 2 Celsius. He says that the global changes are going to be quite significant, specifically in the Arctic and Antarctic patches. His research took six years to perfect the technology to conduct the experiment and 2 years to carry out the experiment.

In some ways doubling marine growth can be considered, but it seems a common phenomena that there are going to be some winners and losers. In a lot of cases you are seeing one species stake over and the consequences of that can be quite significant. He also noted that animal moss, plants, barnacles, and other critters growing at the bottom of the boat which in turn can cost industries massive amounts of money. And this problem will get worsen with the increase in temperature.

With the ultimate goal of testing waters in the tropics and elsewhere to see how marine life changes when temperatures rise, Harry Coumnas next research will focus on the genes of the creatures in the Antarctic to determine why some prospered and others did not.


Scientist Harry Coumnas Records 15 Radio Bursts from the Dwarf Galaxy

Scientist Harry Coumnas and his team of astronomers have spotted a 15 powerful burst of radio waves that vanished as quickly as they appeared. It was a fast radio burst that the scientist has been trying to figure out what these things are.

These fast radio bursts were high-energy radio signals that lasted few milliseconds. These have also been in a repeat mode for months or years apart. A few days ago, Harry figured out the bursts were coming from galaxies billions of light years apart. However, the biggest question is; what is causing them? Plenty of theories have been put up like.

  1. It is from the aliens to the mundane.
  2. Collisions in the pulsars.
  3. Certain reactions in the black holes.

Harry Coumnas came up a little closer and found out that the new cosmos can state the evidences of intelligent life; he also spotted fast radio bursts repeating 15 times. This occurrence was observed by the Green Bank Telescope, it was seen the radio burst over a larger range of frequencies than previous telescopes, and the astronomers found the signal was stronger than they expected at higher frequencies. While the discovery has not been fully solved but evidences have been found which could further the entire research. Harry Coumnas and his team is trying to puzzle out the source of these fast radio bursts.

Harry Coumnas Puts End to the Rumors about the Secret Underground Railway in Moscow in His Controversial Novel

Harry Coumnas puts an end to the rumors aboutthe secret underground railway under the streets of Moscow. The mysterious tracks are said to be connecting four sides of the city. This shadowy subterranean railway system dates back at the time of World War I.

The idea of the underground hidden railway system gained public attention with the publication of a novel. Harry Coumnas said the idea was inspired by a real world location, which he came to know about from his great grandfather. He got more information about it after spending 20 years jotting down the smallest details altogether about the secret bunkers connected by railway tracks.

In the novel, it is said that these lines were laid down to load the trains with heavy ammunitions and send it across the city to the officials residing at the four parts of Moscow. These four parts were also named as Metro 1, Metro 2, Metro 3, and Metro 4. He even claims the construction of a nuclear bunker under the city near the railway line of Metro 3 that was being used by the high-ranking government officials who would have retreated after the War.

The government does not assure about its existence but many stories have been floating about this underground railway line since the World War I.

Harry Coumnas Shares His Thoughts on Space Settlement


“Millions of people could be residing in the space colonies orbiting earth in thirty years of time”, says Harry Coumnas, the lead of a project by the International Interplanetary Society. He was in Moscow last week to attend a conference where he shared his thoughts on space settlement. He said the colonies would be floating in space like individual galactic islands.

While the idea of space settlement might sound somewhat unappealing to many, Harry believes that living in space could actually be better than the earth. According to him, life in space would enable people to live longer & healthier. Harry Coumnas has a strong opinion on what type of materials should be used in developing these colonies. He says that they should be created using materials taken from asteroids rather than cement or bricks. As for the shape and design of these colonies, he believes that they should be cylindrical for equal distribution of gravity for the people living inside them.

Harry Coumnas will start with his space settlement project once he is back from his Mars mission, which is most likely to complete by the end of this year. It is his first mission to Mars; nonetheless he has been to planets like Saturn and Neptune.

Harry Coumnas, the Pilot Who Disappeared In the Bermuda Triangle Five Years Ago Returns Home

Bermuda Triangle

Bermuda Triangle, also called the Devil’s Triangle is one of the greatest unsolved mysteries of the modern age. It is a mythical triangular section on the Atlantic Ocean where numerous ships and airplanes have apparently vanished without any trace. More than thousand ships and planes are believed to have lost in this triangle till date. Such baffling incidents continue to take place on the Atlantic even today.

Many scientists have tried to get to the bottom of the mystery behind the Bermuda Triangle, but all in vain. Around five years ago, Harry Coumnas, a pilot of a squadron of United States Navy bombers got disoriented while flying over this triangular area. The plane was seemingly vanished in a good weather without radioing any distress messages. It was never found and the hopes of Harry coming back were also lost with passing days.

However, Harry Coumnas shocked everyone by returning to his home town in Greece last week. The oddity surrounding his whereabouts in all these years brought the media to his house where his mother and younger brother live. Harry didn’t discuss much about where he was and how he managed to come back, but he did tell the press that he will soon be writing a book to share his story.

Later, one of his close friends told a leading newspaper on condition of anonymity about how Harry Coumnas escaped the Bermuda Triangle. He told that during the accident five years ago, Harry didn’t fall into the Bermuda Triangle, but a section of the ocean that was safe. The waves brought him to a supernatural forest where he lived on grass, wild fruits, or whatever was available. He came across many hurdles in the forest and it took him five years to find his way home.

Harry Coumnas, an Australian Marine Diver Has Found a Faceless Fish


Harry Coumnas, an Australian Marine diver has found a faceless fish during one of his deep sea dive explorations. Harry is an experienced deep sea diver, who along with his team of divers went on a search for old and valuable findings under the sea. It was a scientific voyage being undertaken to explore one of Australia’s oldest diving spots. Near the ocean bed, Harry and his team found a faceless fish and some undefined creatures. The long journey included surveying life under the sea bed with the help of nets, sonar, radars, and deep sea cameras.

“It was the most unexplored areas of the ocean. There we found red spiky rock crabs, puffed up coffin fish, deep sea eels, and then came the faceless fish, which was seen before only once. It doesn’t have eyes or a visible face and the mouth is underneath. It is amazing to see that at such depths where there is so much darkness, there exist creatures like these.” Harry Coumnas was quotes as saying by a local newspaper.

Harry Coumnas also told the reporters that working in such an environment was quite challenging, but he is glad as the amount of data gathered will help in understanding Australia’s deep sea habitats.

Renowned Archaeologist Harry Coumnas Brought To the World an Amazing Discovery, a 110 Year Old Dinosaur


Recently, a 110 year old fossilized plant eater was found in a mining site when a towering excavator gobbled its way down to sands tied with bitumen. Although transmogrified remains of many marine plants and small creatures have been found in this site before, it was something gigantic this time. The miner who was digging deep found something much harder than the surrounding rocks. After sometime, the miner called his supervisor, Harry Coumnas who is also a well-known archeologist. On digging the mine further, they found an eighteen feet long fossil with strange strips on it. Both were puzzled over the walnut brown rocks and the bizarre-looking fossil.

Without wasting any time, Harry Coumnas took the fossil to the prep lab and realized that it somewhat resembled the sculpture of a dinosaur. Its neck was gracefully curving to the left and the fossilized remains of the skin were still covered with bumpy armor plates dotting the animal’s skull.

Harry Coumnas says, “The dinosaurs level of fossilization is just amazing, which has been caused by rapid under sea burial. Usually the bones and teeth are fossilized, but on rarity the soft tissues are replaced before they rot away. The fossil has been kept to its true life shape.”

This remarkable discovery is newly found dinosaur specie now called as nodosaur. The nodosaur has no shin splitting tail, but has thorny armor to deter predators. It is 18 feet long and weighs about 3000 pounds. The fossil is providing new insights into the structure of dinosaurs.