In the vicinity of Barbados February 18 earthquake of magnitude 6.7. This is the most powerful earthquake that occurred in the region over the past 33 years. It affected not only in Barbados, but the territory of Martinique, Dominica, Grenada, Saint Lucia and Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. According to Joan Lachman, this earthquake was not expected in this region, reports the publication Prensa Latina. Continue reading “Scientists predict major earthquake in the Caribbean”
Scientists airman queue possible producer future e1352040622698 300×214 Scientists airman queen possible reducer future Have you ever had any feeling about something is about to happen? Now, some scientists claim they can predict the future. The technical team responsible for the investigation and said at the time that our unconscious mind knows more than our conscious mind. However, there are still many unanswered question.
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The main impact of elements will be in Central and South America, the greatest threat is the fault, which is located in the mountains of three states: Illinois, Arkansas and Missouri – New Madrid. More than 200 years ago, an earthquake of magnitude in the United States 10.5 points erased from the face of the earth city of New Madrid, with aftershocks recorded at a distance of 4000 kilometers from the epicenter.
The Russian scientists also argue that there may be powerful earthquake in Asia, their strength can exceed 4 times today’s earthquake in Japan (the text written by the 9th of March, while the earthquake was 7.2). Russian experts, which, together with the British meteorologists say the best in the world, at the end of February this year launched a satellite into space, helping them to track conditions favorable for the formation of natural disasters across the globe. Continue reading “Scientists predict a massive earthquake in the U.S.”
Icelandic volcanic eruption, which brought inconvenience air travelers may be source of increasing volcanic activity, which affect all of Europe and will stretch for decades, writes The Sunday Times, with links to prevention scientists.
Scientists have reconstructed the schedule 205 eruptions in Iceland
The last 1100 years and found that they occur regularly – and relatively quiet phase, dominated the last five decades, is coming to an end.
According to Thor Thordarson, volcano logy from the University of Edinburgh is nearing eruption period of at least three other major Icelandic eruptions.
Continue reading “Scientists predict ash clouds for decades”