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  • Yellowstone – The lava pool “How much bigger” as previously believed ?

    27.10.2013 Research number One A supervolcano blasting Yellowstone National Park to smithereens may capture the imagination, but the region’s real risk comes from earthquakes, researchers reported here Sunday (Oct. 27) at the Geological Society of America’s annual meeting. “The pervasive hazard in Yellowstone is earthquakes,” said Robert Smith, a seismologist...
  • Meteorite storm 12,000 years ago Killed Everyone

    Scientists have found compelling evidence that a meteorite storm hit the earth more than 12,000 years ago, and is likely to have been responsible for the extinction of a prehistoric people and giant animals including mammoths. Evidence of the meteorite’s intense heat was found on two continents. The researchers...
  • The Eruptions that Reshaped the World – part 2

    The ancients witnessed the awesome and raw power of erupting volcanos, and sent out warnings through time in the form of religion lessons, myths, legends and chronicles. These amazing, violent occurrences were so traumatic and unnatural (or supernatural) to early cultures that since prehistoric times myths and legends have...
  • Strong Earthquake of 6.0 magnitude hits California

    Source: EMSC (Reuters) – An earthquake of 6.0 magnitude was detected in the U.S. state of California early on Sunday, the U.S. Geological Survey said. It said the quake’s epicenter was eight km (five miles northwest of the town of American Canyon. There were no immediate reports of damage....
  • Missile tests or something else ?

    There were widespread reports from the Middle East to central Asia of a strange phenomenon in the late evening sky on June 7th. Emergency phone lines lit up as excited eyewitnesses reported a spectacular light display. Judging by the distribution of media coverage that followed, people in Israel and...

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