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Volcanic eruptions At Full Moon

November 27, 2010 Leave a comment

Linkages with the full moon earthquake and volcanic activity was triggered clash of ideas. Some people argue that the occurrence of earthquake and volcanic eruption coincided with full moon, just a mere coincidence.

However, few studies have been conducted by scientists who found a strong relationship between the full moon with the increase in volcanic activity.

From the reviews that made the United States Geological Survey Agency USGS, a pair of earth scientists never compared the 680 records of volcanic eruptions that occurred since 1900.

They conclude, “The possibility of volcanic eruptions at the time of maximum tide is greater.” In other words, the possibility of a volcano will erupt higher during full moon.

The study of 52 volcano eruption in Hawaii since January 1832 show a similar pattern. “Nearly twice as many eruptions occurred near the time of maximum tide (full moon) than the minimum tide.”
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Found, Crocodile Fossil 100 Million Year Old

November 27, 2010 Leave a comment

An ancient animal fossils found at the head of Thailand. The shape is relatively flat, with an elongated snout shape. Once identified, it is a fossil crocodile that lived about 100 million years ago.

Scientists from Mahasarakham University, Komsorn Lauprasert say, this species has longer legs than modern crocodiles. From the characteristics of teeth, this is a fish eater.

“They live on land and can run very fast,” said Komsorn, such as loaded Fox News, 25 November 2010.

Komsorn found this fossil in a museum in 2006. A 6-inch fossil was found at the dig site in the province of Nakhon Rathchasima or Korat, Thailand.

Crocodile species are called “Khoratosuchus jintasakuli” – a mix of location discovery, Korat and director of research institutes, Pratueng Jintasakul.
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Death Valeey Stones

November 21, 2010 Leave a comment

Ever heard of the mystery of the stone or rock slides run? Yes, walk into one of rock’s most interesting mysteries of Death Valley National Park, precisely in the dry lake Racetrack Playa, California, U.S.. Stone walk that can be found easily on the surface of the Playa with a long trail behind him.

How they can move or move is still a big mystery in the minds of the researchers. Because the stone that runs not only the small stones that easily blown by the wind. There are several large stones weighing hundreds of pounds which also “the streets”.

The big question, of course, will appear later: how to move their nominally? This is a major challenge for researchers. Why is this phenomenon a mystery? Because, no one has ever seen him walk.

To this day, the fact is no one or any one organization that knows how the stones could be on the move, although some people already have the explanation of each according to reason. Interesting to note.

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Ancient Roman sites in the Lower Luxury London Hotel

November 19, 2010 Leave a comment

An oversized Roman era archaeological sites found underground, buried in the area of a luxury hotel in the city of London, England. This amazing archaeological site revealing new history of Roman Britain.

As reported by the Daily Mail, 17 November 2010, the historic site was discovered at Syon Park, west London, when she was digging the expansion of hotels built Waldorf-Astoria in a protected location.

The findings are astonishing that only about half a meter below the surface. This allegedly is a British Roman settlement in the late Bronze Age or 1000 to 700 BC.

The goods were found between the other 11 500 pottery, 100 coins and jewelry, and equipment allegedly for their daily needs. Not only that, the archaeologists also found human remains Roman.

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Forbidden Statue Discovered Nazi Period

November 11, 2010 Leave a comment

Treasure trove of statues forbidden in the Nazi era discovered in the basement of a demolished building was bombed during World War II. German museum officials announced the discovery on Monday (8/11/w010) ago.

Mayor of Berlin, Klaus Wowereit, said pleased with the discovery. The plan, the sculptures will be exhibited at the Archaeological Museum of Berlin, located only 1 kilometer from the place of discovery.

“We should be proud of this invention. Questions about the owner of the statues were relatively unimportant,” said Wowereit.

Eight of the 11 statues found have been identified as the work of an artist named Otto Baum, Otto Freundlich, Karl Knappe, Marg Moll, Emy Roeder, Edwin Scharff, Gustav Heinrich Wolff, and Naum Slutzky. Meanwhile, three other statues have not been identified.
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Founded Jews Mass Grave

November 7, 2010 Leave a comment

A number of archaeologists have discovered a mass grave Jews who were massacred Romanian army during World War II, reports the Institute Elie Wiesel on Friday (05/11/2010). Based on quotations from many witnesses, the institute said more than 100 Jews, men, women, children and old people, buried in the new burial site was found in a forest area near the village of Popricani, near the city of Iasi, northeast Romania.

“One eyewitness Jewish massacres are almost shot, when Romanian soldiers thought he was Jewish,” the statement said Elie Wiesel Institute of the Romanian branch. “However, he then left to live, when soldiers know that eye witnesses are Christian Orthodox,” said they. International commission chaired by Nobel peace prize winner Elie Wiesel said in 2004 between 280,000 to 380,000 Read more…

Internet Present at The World’s Tallest

November 7, 2010 Leave a comment

Ncell, Nepal telecom operator which is a subsidiary of TeliaSonera, a Swedish operator claims that it has installed wireless internet hot spot is the highest in the World.

Located at the top of Mount Everest, at an altitude of 8,848 meters above sea level, hot spots allow mountaineers enjoy complete access to the internet after their long journey.

“This is a milestone for mobile communications,” said Lars Nyberg, TeliaSonera’s Chief Executive Officer, as quoted by DailyTech, November 1, 2010. “Now for the first affordable high-speed Internet-based 3G is present in the highest mountain in the world,” he said.

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