Iceland volcano eruption in anticipation

Iceland volcano eruption in anticipation Natural Disasters

Scientists say that in one of the largest volcanoes in Iceland, Katla, will soon begin the delayed eruption. Over its history Katla eruptions have been observed two times per century. However, the last was in 1918, 93 years ago. Scientists have noted the growing tremors in Katla. Last week, one of the earthquake reached force 4 on the Richter scale, followed by decreased activity of the volcano for a while. Other earthquakes in the area of the volcano are small and do not pose a threat.

David Rothery, a scholar of British Open

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New York is almost paralyzed in anticipation of Hurricane Sandy

New York is almost paralyzed in anticipation of Hurricane Sandy Natural Disasters

Due to the impending hurricane in U.S. largest city in the evening on October 28 carried out a complete paralysis of public transport, including the metro, buses and trains. This is a rather radical solution, since these types of daily movements are more than 5 million residents. In addition, a halt some bridges and transport tunnels. Similar decisions were made in Philadelphia and Washington.

After meeting with the cold Arctic air masses Sandy storm coming from the Caribbean, will bring to New York the strongest precipitation.

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The human body is able to predict the future

November 10, 2012 23:15

The human body can anticipate the great event before it happens — at least, according to the results of a new scientific study.

"We found that the event can be predicted without any external prompting — explains neuroscientist at Northwestern University (Illinois, USA) and co-author Julia Mossbridzh. This signal, though small, but very real. The question is, how it arises. "

Other scholars refer to the conclusions of researchers at Illinois rather skeptical. They think they are too tense and hasty.

The effect of "anticipation" is real?

Many experiments have shown that physical indicators such

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Can the human body to predict the future

The human body can anticipate the great event before it happens — at least, according to the results of a new scientific study.

"We found that the event can be predicted without any external prompting — explains neuroscientist at Northwestern University (Illinois, USA) and co-author Julia Mossbridzh. This signal, though small, but very real. The question is, how it arises. "

Other scholars refer to the conclusions of researchers at Illinois rather skeptical. They think they are too tense and hasty.

The effect of "anticipation" is real?

Many experiments have shown that physical indicators such as heart rate, pupil

Continue reading Can the human body to predict the future

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