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January 29 2012

Le volcan qui allait exploser : l'itinéraire fou d'une info débile

3 janvier 2012. Gros titre sur la page d’accueil de Yahoo : "Un énorme volcan menace l’Europe !" Le site joue souvent l'aguicheur, mais, intrigué, je clique...


// oAnth: Deutschsprachiger Artikel von 2007 auf Spiegel-online zum Vulkanismus in der Eifel.

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December 05 2011

April 14 2011


What can we say about the short-term seismic future for Japan and the region?

When we look at other magnitude 9s, they have many aftershocks. The average magnitude 9 has one magnitude 8. And there was one magnitude 8 that was hidden in the main earthquake data. They will have 10 magnitude 7s, 100 magnitude 6s and so on. That's the typical sequence.

When Will Japan's Aftershocks Stop? | Scientific American - Katherine Harmon 2011-04-07
Today's Yomiuri piece on future quake risk: (JP) mirrors last week's Scientific American article: (EN)
Twitter / Mulboyne: Today's Yomiuri piece on f ...

March 08 2011

The remnants of nuclear reactors nearly two billion years old were found in the 1970s in Gabon, Africa. These reactors are thought to have occurred naturally. No natural reactors exist today, as the relative density of fissile uranium has now decayed below that needed for a sustainable reaction. The image above is Fossil Reactor 15, located in Oklo, Gabon. Uranium oxide remains are visible as the yellowish rock.
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March 02 2010

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