Indian Ocean earthquake hint at a tectonic rift

One more strong earthquakes that occurred in the Indian Ocean, April 11, 2012, may signal the final stage of formation of a new boundary between lithospheric plates. Geological stress, tearing of the Indo-Australian plate, most likely, was the cause of earthquakes of magnitude 8.6 and 8.2, which are passed along numerous faults. Tremors continued for… Read more Indian Ocean earthquake hint at a tectonic rift

Space Marines

Accurately 300 years later, February 12, 1961 from the Baikonur commodore in the cold night sky rose booster “Lightning”, carrying farther from the Earth a little man-made miracle, designed to explore the infinite cosmos. After a few hours of automatic interplanetary station (AWS) “Venus-1” lay on the course for the Morning Star. Unfortunately, the first… Read more Space Marines

The Chinese will find the aliens in the next 20 years

Space exploration has become a national priority in China. At the opening of the General Assembly of the International Astronomical Union in Beijing, dean of the University of Hong Kong Professor Sun Kwok said that many of the living will witness the opening of extraterrestrial life. Unexpected optimistic and certainly exciting to Chinese scientist present… Read more The Chinese will find the aliens in the next 20 years