Huge sandstone steeple castleton tower in utah. Researchers at the University of Utah measured the vibration characteristics in detail for the first time. The resonance frequency of the tower found in the survey is an important key to predicting the rock’s response to disturbances such as earthquakes.
Castleton tower, a columnar rock towering in utah. The vibration characteristics of this sandstone layer were first measured in detail by utah experts using seismological techniques. Continue reading “Rocks are always Trembling: a Tower-Shaped Strange Rock in the US”
God not only is ladybugs, but fear and retribution. Every religion teaches its followers righteous life through stories about the victories of kindness, love and blessing. If good parables do not help, there will always be a terrible, horrible monster, ready to set the stubborn sinner bashing.
In various religions, the add monsters name differently. So here’s a list of the most horrible monsters religious paying heed to your actions and just waiting for a chance to pay you a visit. Continue reading “Most terrible monsters of world religions”
Two photographs have been recently released from unknown sources in Borneo, depicting the weirdest of occurrences – a 100 foot-long snake-like creature cruising in the waters of the Baleh river.
Natives are understandably scared of that, as they believe that the alleged monster is the mythical Nabau creature, a dragon-like serpent that has the ability to change its shape whenever it pleases. Western observers are, however, reluctant to accept the pictures as genuine, saying that there are serious clues in them that give away the fact that they are most likely fake. Continue reading “Two Pictures Show the 100-Foot ‘Borneo Monster’”
One Florida air boat captain got more than he bargained for when he decided to feed the alligators.
63-year-old Wallace Weatherholt had hung a fish over the side of his boat when a 9ft alligator surfaced and took a bite – consuming not only the fish but Wallace’s hand as well. Wildlife officers were later able to track down and kill the creature and even retrieved the severed hand but doctors were unable to reattach it. Continue reading “Man charged after alligator eats his hand”
The largest Burmese python ever caught in Florida has been found in Everglades National Park.
The 17ft behemoth weighed 74kg and was pregnant with a record-breaking 87 eggs. The snake’s corpse will be put on display at the University of Florida for up to five years before being returned to the park. Burmese pythons have become increasingly prevalent in the region and have been blamed for the decline of several mammal species. Continue reading “Giant Burmese python caught In Florida”
August 2012 the Loch Ness monster caught on camera reappears George Edwards. Does it really is Nessie? The Loch Ness Monster was discovered more or less a week while on a tourist boat seen by several witnesses.
George Edwards has spent more than 20 years in search of Nessie, the Loch Ness monster, while spending 60 hours a week in water mainly through its tourism business.
George believes he has finally found evidence of the Loch Ness Monster with a recent photograph while I was on a boat trip. Continue reading “New photo of Nessie 2012 – Man has proof of the Loch Ness Monster”
Long ago six thousand years ago, the plain of Mesopotamia was the country impassable, overgrown with reed marshes. During the flood of two great rivers, the Tigris and Euphrates, completely filled this valley, and over the water were a crown of high trees. Mesopotamia was uninhabited – there could not live people, and only at the edges of the valley in the foothills, small villages huddled first farmers.
On the banks of creeks farmers grew rye and wheat, and on the slopes of grazed sheep and goats. Four or five thousand years over the foothills of the Golden Age of the sun was shining, and the plowman worked peacefully in their field to the singing of a lark. But in the end, it’s time to adversity farming villages proliferated, and the fields are no longer able to feed the peasants began feuds over land, and the losers were forced to go aimlessly on the marshy plain. Continue reading “The birth of personal property”
The largest glaciers in Iceland, scientists have identified signs of inevitable eruption, which may be one of the strongest in the history of the island. Katla volcano (the crater diameter – 10 km) is able to melt ice and cause catastrophic flooding on the east coast of Iceland. Last month there were more than five hundred aftershocks in the caldera and near it, – said Ford Cochran of the National Geographic Society. – Magma was set in motion. ” The first signs of an impending nightmare came 9 July: a relatively small earthquake has led to significant flooding: bridges were washed away, a few days a number of areas of the country was isolated. “This is the fourth in the last half-century period of awakening Cuttle,” – explains Paudl Einarsson of the University of Iceland. Continue reading “Iceland expects a major volcanic eruption”
Devastating earthquake in Haiti and the coasts of Japan – is a harbinger of powerful upheavals that would soon befall the continents of our planet, say U.S. researchers.
That was the conclusion seismologists Laboratory U.S. Geological Survey in Colorado, Charles Buffet and David Perkins. They studied natural disasters over the past 110 years. “The planet Earth is the era of megakatastrof” – sure Buffet.
According to scientists, powerful aftershocks clustered in time, forming a seismic “clusters”.
Continue reading “On the planet of the era of megakatastrof”
The lands of today’s Jordan? Historians can not give an exact answer to this question. We only know that Nabatiyah built an amazing and mysterious city of Petra. City of Rocks, where lived and the dead and the living. Lost in the desert ghost town, for centuries, overgrown with legends, and finally, almost accidentally discovered in the early XIX century …
Tales of lost in the rocks and sands of the ancient Nabataean city excited the minds of European scholars and travelers since the days of the Crusaders. These lands in the Middle Ages controlled fierce Bedouin tribes, but because of their inaccessibility further fueled the imagination. Moving away in time, Peter is increasingly took on the ghostly features of the Middle East Continue reading “City of Petra in Jordan”