After Croatia and Mazara del Vallo in Sicily and here you 're the phenomenon of Tsunami . This time the event 'was immortalized in Odessa , a town of ' Ukraine overlooking the Black Sea . From the recorded images can be seen as the ' tidal wave (about 3 meters) overwhelms the beach with all. experts can not give an explanation and still groping in the dark.
Sunday, 29 June 2014
Saturday, 28 June 2014
The torrential rainfall that descended on Oslo on Thursday smashed all historical records, with a colossal 44.5mm of rain falling in just a single hour between four and five on Thursday afternoon. Water streamed down the city's streets on Thursday afternoon, causing gridlock in much of the city centre, while hailstorms left parts of the city covered in a layer of freak summer ice.
If you think there have been more earthquakes than usual this year, you're right. A new study finds there were more than twice as many big earthquakes in the first quarter of 2014 as compared with the average since 1979. "We have recently experienced a period that has had one of the highest rates of great earthquakes ever recorded," said lead study author
Friday, 27 June 2014
The idea that DNA from genetically modified organisms (GMOs) is broken down in the digestive tract and rendered innocuous, a common industry claim, is patently false. A recent study published in the scientific journal PLOS ONE found that large, meal-derived DNA fragments from GMOs
Heavy rain and hailstones hit Tokyo and surrounding areas on Tuesday. Tokyo's Mitaka City was hit by hail in the afternoon. Some residents say that hailstones of up to 3 centimeters wide fell for about 30 minutes. It covered residential areas, accumulating up to 10 centimeters. Residents used shovels to remove it from around their homes
The plane carrying the Spanish national football team home from the World Cup in Brazil was struck by lightning on Tuesday as it approached its landing in Madrid, adding to the streak of bad luck the team seemed to be on after its World Cup defeat. The team's flight - Iberia 2907 - was hit as it came into land at Adolfo Suárez-Barajas airport shortly
The first set of high-resolution results from ESA’s three-satellite Swarm constellation reveals the most recent changes in the magnetic field that protects us from cosmic radiation and charged particles that bombard Earth. Magnetic field is in a permanent state of flux. Magnetic north wanders, and every few hundred thousand years the polarity flips so that a compass would point south instead of north.
Thursday, 26 June 2014
Wednesday, 25 June 2014
A total of 13 aircraft suddenly vanished off radars for about 25 minutes on two occasions over Austria and neighboring countries, Austria's flight safety monitor said, calling for an EU probe into the “unprecedented” incidents. The flights vanished from air traffic controllers’ screens in Austria on June 5 and June 10 for 25 minutes each time, Marcus Pohanka of Austro Control
A succession of rare 'mini tornadoes' have drawn crowds in the city of Arendal as they circled dramatically above the Skagerrak strait between Norway and Denmark.
"It looked like the sort of thing you'd see on an American documentary or something," Espen Bierud from Norway's Institute of Marine Research, which faces onto the sea, toldThe Local. "Many people standing around me said they'd never seen anything like it in Norway."
June 25, 2014 - INDIANA, UNITED STATES - A tornado tracked through western and northern Indianapolis on Tuesday afternoon. The twister was first spotted near Plainfield, southwest of the city. Spotters near Speedway, which is northwest of downtown, also reported a funnel cloud. In Hendricks County, Plainfield Fire Chief Brian Russel said a few homes
June 25, 2014 - SPAIN - Lightning narrowly missed a fisherman in Barcelona on June 15 when it struck as few as 50 metres from where he was sitting.
Monday, 23 June 2014
CNN) -- An initial tsunami advisory has been canceled for coastal Alaska. One had been issued after a magnitude 7.9 earthquake struck Monday about 15 miles from Little Sitkin Island, Alaska. The quake had a depth of 71 miles, according to seismologists. The town of Adak evacuated its 150 residents to a shelter about 600 feet above sea level after the initial tsunami warning, City Manager Layton Lockett told CNN. There were no initial reports of quake damage in Adak or on Shemya Island, said Ian Dickson, website manager for the Alaska Earthquake Information Center. Dickson said there were 17 measurable aftershocks in the two hours after the quake. First estimates put the quake at magnitude 8.0. The strength was subsequently set by the U.S. Geological Survey at 7.9 magnitude.
Scientists are investigating a mystery object that appeared and then vanished again from a giant lake on Titan
Scientists are investigating a mystery object that appeared and then vanished again from a giant lake on Titan, the largest moon of Saturn. June 23, 2014 - PLANET SATURN - Astronomers have discovered a bright, mysterious geologic object – where one never existed – on Cassini mission radar images of Ligeia Mare, the second-largest sea on Saturn'smoon Titan. Scientifically speaking, this spot is considered a "transient feature,"
Between 1978 and 2008, Oklahoma had just two earthquakes with a magnitude over 3.0. In 2014, thus far, there have been around 200 such earthquakes there, more even than the highly unstable state of California. (They've had 140.) Experts believe the unusual increase in earthquakes is linked to the number of wastewater wells connected to oil
Torrential rains and floods hit Bulgaria on Thursday, killing at least 10 people, cutting off electricity, blocking roads and sparking evacuations, officials said. Heavy rainfall in the Black Sea resort city of Varna triggered a flood wave late on Thursday in one of its low-laying suburbs that killed at least 10 people, the mayor of Varna told the national radio.
Sunday, 22 June 2014
A man claims to be able to predict earthquakes and launches the alert on July 12, but controversy erupts on a theory .... "More than questionable"
Provides a powerful earthquake on 12 July and scares America - Questionable prophecy, article published on www.opposingviews.com. An American man, of Pittsburgh, claims to have figured out how to predict the next earthquake on the territory of the United States of America, launching the lookout for July 12. The man's name is David Nabhan and is the author of the book "Earthquake Prediction",
Thursday, 19 June 2014
The albino humpback whale nicknamed Migaloo cruises along the eastern coast of Australia near Coffs Harbour with another whale in 2005. On Thursday, June 19, he was spotted swimming along the coast near Sydney on his annual migration.
(CNN) -- "Thar he blows!" In a scene straight out of Moby Dick, a rare white whale is back and putting on a show for his fans off the eastern coast of Australia this week.
A tornado Tuesday afternoon destroyed or badly damaged up to 100 homes in Canada's Ontario province, authorities said Wednesday after surveying the devastation.
"It's pretty bad," government Minister Kellie Leitch told a nationally-televised press conference, adding that the twister destroyed "up to 100 homes."
A series of mysterious "explosions" have been reported across west and north Auckland, but police are mystified.
Reports of loud ''bangs'' followed by houses shaking began about 5pm, in the Hibiscus Coast area.
Inspector Tony Edwards of police northern communications said police received reports of the bangs from the Herald Island - Greenhithe area about the same time.
Wednesday, 18 June 2014
June 2014 – ALASKA - Another remote volcano in Alaska is showing signs of unrest or possible activity. The Alaska Volcano Observatory (AVO) sent out the following alert: “A swarm of earthquakes at Semisopochnoi volcano that started at 10:00 AKDT (18:00 UTC) on June 9 escalated yesterday, June 12, at approximately 12:00 AKDT (20:00 UTC). The continuation of this anomalous seismic activity through
June 2014 - HAWAII - After a 30-year repose, Mauna Loa may be slowly stirring to life. While there are no signs of impending eruption, the Hawaiian Volcano Observatory has recorded an increased level of seismic activity on the flanks and summit of Mauna Loa over the past 13 months. Four distinct earthquake swarms — clusters of earthquakes occurring closely in time and location — have occurred since March 2013. Each swarm began with earthquakes northwest of the summit (Moku‘āweoweo Crater) at 4 to 15 km (2.5-9 mi) deep, followed by shallow earthquakes at the summit from
June 2014 – GEOLOGY – A reservoir of water lying deep under the Earth’s surface may contain triple the volume of every one the world’s oceans and may even be the “wellspring” source of them, U.S. researchers say. Although not in a liquid form most familiar to all of us — it is instead bound within rocks deep in the Earth’s mantle — it likely represents the largest reservoir of water on Earth, scientists at the University of New Mexico and Northwestern
Tuesday, 17 June 2014
While the USA battled it out with Ghana in their World Cup match in the Brazilian city of Natal, just across the city landslides have destroyed roads and homes. Two days of near non-stop rain have dumped a month's worth of precipitation on Natal. At least 25 homes are reported to be destroyed after flash flooding. The downpour, which began in the north-eastern Brazilian city early Friday
June 17, 2014 - NEBRASKA, UNITED STATES - A powerful storm with tornadoes ripped through northeast Nebraska on Monday, destroying more than half of the tiny town of Pilger, killing a 5-year-old child and injuring at least 19 people, hospital and emergency officials said. The National Weather Service said dual twisters touched down within roughly a mile of each other.
Saturday, 14 June 2014
Officials say severe weather spawned at least one tornado that damaged several homes in rural Central Texas, including one that was lifted off its foundation. Science and operations manager Jon Zeitler with the National Weather Service says a confirmed tornado tracked across Burnet County Thursday night. It touched down near Briggs and traveled southwest toward Bertram. Burnet County Emergency Management Coordinator Jim Barho says first responders reported that a roof was torn off one house and another home was lifted off its foundation to about 150 yards away. He says only minor injuries were reported, and no one required medical attention.
Thursday, 12 June 2014
The three solar bursts were all X-class flares — the most intense type of solar flare that is 10,000 times as powerful as normal background flares from the sun. The most recent flare was an X1.0 that peaked at 5:06 a.m. EDT (0906 GMT) yesterday (June 11). Two other solar bursts — one X2.2 flare (twice as powerful as yesterday’s) and an X1.5 flare (1.5 times as powerful as yesterday’s) — occurred Tuesday. All three solar tempests erupted from the left side of the sun, NASA officials said in a statement.
Monday, 9 June 2014
Sunday, 8 June 2014
No, it's not your imagination: The Los Angeles area is feeling more earthquakes this year. After a relatively quiet period of seismic activity in the Los Angeles area, the last five months have been marked by five earthquakes larger than 4.0. That hasn't occurred since 1994, the year of the destructive Northridge earthquake that produced 53 such temblors. Over the next two decades,
It's happened again. More dead fish have washed up in Galveston County. On Friday, we learned of more dead fish near the Kemah Bridge at Todville Road in Seabrook. This come nearly two weeks after fish first washed ashore near the same spot. At the time, Texas Parks and Wildlife says the shad or bait fish are likely showing up dead because of oxygen depletion. When the fish washed ashore the last time, within a couple of days, they had decomposed and were for the most part gone. It's happened again. More dead fish have washed up in Galveston County. ABC13.
A giant asteroid astronomers are calling "The Beast'' will fly by Earth early Sunday morning at speeds of up to 31,000 mph — and although there's no chance of it hitting our planet, experts say its massive size makes it something to take seriously. The asteroid, 2014 HQ124, is about 1,067 feet across and as big as a football stadium, according to Space.com. It is set to fly by Earth around 1:56 a.m. Sunday.
Friday, 6 June 2014
Alaska’s Pavlof volcano turned up the volume on its new eruption yesterday (June 2), sending up a billowy ash plume that could threaten local flights, according to the Alaska Volcano Observatory (AVO). The AVO tracks eruptions at Pavlof, a snowy cone on the Alaska Peninsula, using satellite imagery and earthquake monitors.
By Susan Duclos In the video below by Higher Truth Channel, they provide recently obtained private video footage of what the Norris Basin Yellowstone Geysers are doing. This is information and footage that the USGS has stopped reporting on, therefore some of the only up-close