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Scientists: the Himalayas and the Pacific Northwest expects massive earthquake

Weather staff at Stanford University (Stanford University)

December 5. The study, conducted by researchers at Stanford University, focuses on the geological characteristics and activity in the Himalayas and in the Pacific Northwest.

The data obtained from the surveys, geophysics, will present at the American Geophysical Union meeting this week in San Francisco. Among the many presentations will be a few studies that relate to the prediction of a major earthquake in the Himalayas and in the Pacific Northwest.

On the 45th meeting of the Union (AGU) will meet approximately 20,000 scientists, teachers, students, administrators, dealing with the

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In the Atlantic, was born Andrea

June 6, 2013. In the Atlantic Ocean on Wednesday formed a first of the season tropical storm, named "Andrea". As experts from the National Center for monitoring hurricanes, winds its epicenter at 64 kilometers per hour. Currently the storm is in the Gulf of Mexico, 500 kilometers south-west of Tampa (Fla.) and moves to the north, in the direction of the Florida peninsula, with a speed of 5 miles per hour. As expected, the "Andrea" reach land today and will bring heavy showers, thunderstorms and gusty winds.

According to preliminary estimates, the oil platforms in the Gulf of Mexico,

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Europe under water. Photos from the

June 3, 2013. Central Europe is in the water — Floods swept Germany, Czech Republic, Austria and Switzerland. Strong went to the German Passau, where the water level in the Danube could reach a record 12.55 meters of emergency declared in 50 Czech cities, including Prague. In the affected areas did not work underground, stopped the movement of high-speed trains in a number of ways. Under the water almost half of German farmland. People with lifeguards erect dams and strengthening. To help them to be sent to military units.

Element raged because of incessant rains a week ago in

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Anxiety is declared in the west of Cuba due to incessant rain

June 6, 2013. Anxiety is declared in the west of Cuba because of incessant rain, according to the National Headquarters of Civil Defense (NSHGO). The most difficult was the situation in the province of Pinar del Rio, where partially flooded several towns.

In the provinces of Havana, Artemisa and Mayyabeke taken preliminary steps to combat the elements. The competent authorities in the Island of Youth and in the province of Matanzas, where the world-famous resort of Varadero, recommends "carefully" monitor the weather forecasts and the situation. Showers with varying degrees of intensity, go to the west of the country on

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What is the difference between a hurricane and supershtormom in Alaska?

What is the difference between a hurricane and supershtormom in Alaska? It is interesting

Although supershtorm, which occurred November 9, 2011 in Alaska, was a powerful and potentially destructive, it can not be called a hurricane. Despite the high speed wind gusts supershtorm attributed to extra-tropical cyclone due to internal moving spiral winds under the influence of low pressure, which occurred outside the tropics. Scientific distinction in how fed supershtorm Alaska. While the hurricane gets its power to warm ocean waters, supershtorm fueled jet stream at an altitude of 5 km from the earth.

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Over Europe detected radioactive iodine unknown origin

Over Europe detected radioactive iodine unknown origin Danger Zone

Over the Czech Republic and other countries in Europe, found low levels of radioactive iodine in the atmosphere. According to the IAEA, even this level is higher than normal.

The cause has not been determined, but it is clear that the disaster at the plant "Fukushima-1" is not connected. In Prague, it is reported that no nuclear power plant in the Czech Republic can not be a source of radiation. The Austrian side claims that radioactive particles coming from the south-east.

Czech Republic relies on nuclear energy, planning to increase its

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Their grain to Russia until just leave yourself

Moscow introduced a temporary ban on grain exports. While it is expected to last until the end of the year. To take such measures forcing natural heat, which will lead to a reduction in yield. Such problems are experienced not only Russia, but also the global market as a whole.

An incredible hot bread inflated "bubble"

"The stock is no sore" — that is explained Vladimir Putin decided to introduce before the end of the year a temporary ban on the export of Russian grain. It was at this meeting of the presidium of the government. This

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Massive landslide in Manizales in Colombia

Massive landslide in Manizales in Colombia Natural Disasters

Landslides held on 6 November in the city of Manizales, which numbered 350,000 inhabitants. As of November 8, 2011 the victims of the massive landslide has 35 people in a mountainous region, to grow coffee.

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Record the onslaught of hurricanes

June 27. Atlantic Hurricane Season 2012 has hardly begun, and already set a record. Fortunately, the achievement of the season is not the exorbitant rates of wind, the destruction and the number of casualties. Season unusual in that it has begun intense than usual. One after the other in the Atlantic formed several depressions that have fallen into the category of tropical storms. Now the sea is raging for the fourth of them — "Debbie". "Observations of the hurricanes have been conducted since 1851, and the first time in half a century, just four tropical storms have formed in the

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Tornadoes in Oklahoma

Tornadoes in Oklahoma Natural Disasters

November 7, 2011 in Texas and Oklahoma experienced heavy storms and minor flooding. The strongest storms occurred in southwestern Oklahoma. While tornadoes were reported in rural areas of Oklahoma, they had great power.

Oklahoma is state tornado. But this year, in Oklahoma, there was a series of natural "anomalies": the coldest temperature of 10 February was -35 degrees Celsius, the highest number of snow in 24 hours on February 9, reached 70 cm in height, the largest wind gusts 243 km / h were recorded on May 24, the most destructive tornadoes in the last

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