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+ human induced forest fires. I know. It all adds up!
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In the Pacific seabed near the island of Minamitorishima (nick-named Marcus Island) about 2000 km east of Tokyo a large deposit of rare earth minerals have been found, believed to be close to 6.8 mill...
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The short answer is no. They are said to contain a substantial amount of dysprosium.
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Ifølge Dan Browns bog Bernini-mysteriet kommer ordet satan fra det arabiske ord shaitan, der betyder modstander. Den katolske kirke skulle ifølge hovedpersonen i denne bog have valgt et arabisk ord, s...
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I can certainly agree to a Mesopotanian origin, seen that much of the old testament was probably written during the Babylonian captivity. I only argue that Greek and Latin (and thereby the Catholic Church) most probably got the word from Hebraic.

How Yahweh became the synonym of the Lord and God etc. is indeed another interesting point ,-)
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The present wildfires in North Eastern Spain has an important thing in common with wildfires in California, namely katabatic winds. In California it is the “Santa Ana”. In Catalonia it is the Tramunta...
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Im glad to see you are still alive atleast! :)
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Here is the missing map to my post on the Maniitsoq crater!
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Cold Calculus of Arctic Mining Sends Swedish Town Packing
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The town of Kiruna, Sweden, 90 miles north of the Arctic Circle, is planning to move to give a miner access to a precious streak of iron ore

Activity at Popocatépetl : Natural Hazards
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Steam and gas over the summit of Popocatépetl Volcano, Mexico.

Ole Nielsen - olelog
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Welcome! Sunday, 15. February 2009, 19:04. Subscribe to olelog by Email. follow olelog at http://twitter.com. Short comments are also possib

Sciency Thoughts: The magma chamber beneath the Erta Ale Volcano.
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Erta Ale (or Erte Ale) is an active shield volcano in the north of Ethiopia, close to the border with Eritrea. Geologically it is on the Eth

El Hierro ~ Hudson Valley Geologist
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El Hierro is the westernmost of the Canary Islands - an "Autonomous Community" (Comunidad Autónoma) of Spain located off the coast

Ole Nielsen - Solfatara, Fumarole, or Mudpot? at Námafjall, Iceland
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Námafjall near Myvatn in Iceland is a high-temperature geothermal area. Groundwater seeps down to a depth of 1000 m, where its temperature r

Mega-quake clusters unlikely: study
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The global risk of catastrophic earthquakes has not risen in recent years, according to a new study.

Google+ hits 20 million mark in three weeks
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Web giant's social-networking experiment doubles the number of members in the past week, according to ComScore data. Read this blog post by

Sprogvildskab
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Et cafeteria er en udmærket mulighed, selv om det nok kan forbavse, at man kan spise i et cafeteria, for egentlig betyder, det jo et kaffehu

Ole Nielsen - 1973 Heymaey Eruption
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The most recent extension of Iceland is the Eldfell scoria cone and lava flow formed in an eruption in 1973. The eruption began on Tuesday 2

Rossby Waves - What Russian Fires And Pakistan Floods Have In Common
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Planetary waves, named Rossby waves because they were discovered by  Carl-Gustav Rossby in the 1930s, are intriguing natural phenomena that

Ole Nielsen - Pseudocraters near Myvatn, Iceland
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Volcanologists witnessed the formation of a pseudocrater for the first time in history during a steam explosion in connection with the first

OfficialWire: Breaking News, Opinion & Press Release Distribution
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Breaking News, Opinion, Op-Ed, Humour, Humor, Articles, Essays, Press Releases, News Releases

Ole Nielsen - Cuspate Foreland, Anholt, Denmark
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Satellite images often make ground features more obvious. Here is a satellite image (Google Map) of the noth-western part of the Danish isla

AGU Blogosphere | Mountain Beltway | An ancient delta at the Three Ronda...
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Here's a look at what you see if you go to the Three Rondawels viewpoint above the Blyde River Nature Reserve in northern South Africa:

Geology and myth | Metageologist
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Geology and myth. Posted on 4 January, 2012 by Metageologist. As a word, myth has taken on negative connotations. False modern stories are d

Earth's Newest Island, Burped from a Volcano, Is a Keeper | New Island F...
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A new island has formed out of the lava and ash from a volcanic eruption in the Red Sea. Unlike many such islands which quickly erode, exper

BLOG: Geology for Global Development: 2011 Bulambuli Landslide, Eastern ...
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2011 Bulambuli Landslide, Eastern Uganda. A major landslide has affected the slopes of Mount Elgon in the Bulambuli District of Eastern Ugan

Up-Section: A noble cause: Repairing Wikipedia's Geology articles
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Wikipedia can be a great first stop when beginning research. Mainly it is a great first stop if the article is well cited. Wikipedia can lea