Can Animals Truly Predict Earthquakes?
Earthquakes are so horrific, in part, because each and every one of them is so unpredictable.
How to Make a Delicious Earthquake Cake
The reason this is called an Earthquake Cake is because the ingredients shift around during and after baking. For example, the cream cheese mixture sinks while the pecans and coconut rice.
Nuclear Explosions Make for One Hell of an Earthquake
Four decades ago, feeling a rumble beneath your feet and seeing the lights flicker may not have been a passing train or mild earthquake, but something more powerful...an atomic detonation a few hundred miles from your home.
Devastating Italy Earthquake: View Before & After Pictures
A devastating earthquake struck central Italy on August 24 th , leaving more than 250 dead and destroying buildings that had stood in rural towns for hundreds of years. The towns of Amatrice, Pescara del Tronto, Arquata del Tronto and Accumoli bore the brunt of the devastation.
The Nepal Quake: Shocking Before and After Photos!
As you probably know, a terrible earthquake, 7.8 on the Richter scale, hit Kathmandu in Nepal last Saturday, the 25th of April. The quake caused massive devastation and a terrible loss of life. Over 4 thousand people have been confirmed to have died and more than 7 thousand injured.
This Japanese Artist's Drawing Took 3.5 Years to Complete
The most recent major disasters the country faced, the Tohoku earthquake and tsunami that led to the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant's destruction, were responsible for the deaths of more than 15,000 people.
22 Tips That Might Save Your Life in Case of a Catastrophe
Surviving earthquakes, floods, wars, and accidents is not enough – you may need to hold your own for some time. If, heaven forbids, such a terrible occurrence happens, you’d be happy you knew these survival tips. 1.
These Deadly Natural Disasters Are the Worst Since 2005
an earthquake of magnitude 6.4, designated to have a high intensity of VII on the Medvedev–Sponheuer–Karnik scale.
RIDDLE: Can You Prevent a Terrible Plague from Spreading?
An earthquake shatters vials containing a deadly virus that will spread and doom everyone if you don't stop it; can you destroy the virus completely by destroying every room in the lab and leave the facility alive? Pause at 1:40 to figure it out by yourself. LOGIC RIDDLE: Stop The Virus!
I Can’t Believe These Disaster Photos Are Real
These photos show the powerful effects of earthquakes, hurricanes, tornadoes, storms, and volcanic explosions on ordinary citizens. These tracks weren't laid by a drunk person. After effects of a New Zealand earthquake. Source This underwater volcano makes it look as if the ocean has erupted.
Children Rebuilding Japan - Beautiful!
Last year Japan was hit a very hard blow by earthquakes and tsunami, not to mention the damage caused by the radiation leaks from their Nuclear plants. This was not only a physical blow nut also a mental one.
A Hotel Built in 90 Hours - Amazing!
In terms of safety, the building has withstood earthquake tests of up to a 9.0 on the Richter scale. Edited by: Shai Kuritzky A Hotel Built in 90 Hours - Amazing! amazing, video, time lapse, design, architecture, hotel, China .This building, 15 stories high, was built in China within 90 hours
Discover 7 Unknown & Captivating Secrets of Machu Picchu
The city was built to withstand earthquakes Peru is prone to earthquakes as the country is located in a seismic zone. In fact, major earthquakes have been a part of its history, and even the capital city of Lima was once completely wrecked in a powerful earthquake in 1746.
Can You Solve This Tricky 'Virus Riddle'?
After a late night at work, you’re closing the lab up when an earthquake suddenly hits and breaks all the sample vials. Will you be able to destroy the virus before the vents open and unleash a deadly plague? In this TED-Ed video, Lisa Winer shows how you might go about this.
The Seven Ancient World Wonders Stunningly Reconstructed!
It took 12 years to build this majestic sculpture but, sadly, 56 years after its construction finished, it was partially destroyed by an earthquake and was eventually melted down. Image Source: Budget Direct 2.
10 Bible Stories That Science Has Proven Accurate!
The Burning Bush The Book of Exodus tells us that Moses saw a flaming bush that was not burning, and scientists suggest that Moses was not merely witnessing just any natural phenomenon, but a phenomenon called "earthquake lights."
15 Commonly Cited State Facts That Are Completely Wrong!
The Largest Earthquake in American History Occurred in California Even though California is really susceptible to earthquakes because it lies on top of the San Andreas Fault, Alaska actually wins the record for the largest recorded earthquake in the U.S., according to the National Centers for Environmental
Is There Any Way To Destroy or Deflect Asteroids?
A collision with a large asteroid could destroy a whole city or even have a global destructive effect, being capable of altering the climate of the Earth and causing cataclysms such as earthquakes, volcanoes and tsunamis.
5 Puzzling Mysteries That Science Finally Managed to Solve
Earthquake lights What are they? For centuries, witnesses from all around the world documented strange lights appearing before, during and after major earthquakes.
Is a Traditional Japanese House Your Style?
The house was built in 1919 by a very rich family and it is rare to find such a well preserved building that survived both the Great Kanto Earthquake in 1923 and the fire bombings in World War II. A must see if you like Japanese architecture and homes. Is a Traditional Japanese House Your Style?
Meet CAAT: Water Tank to the Rescue!
This vehicle is specially designed to be able to not only drive over any kind of current, but also right above flotsam, debris and other obstacles, to save refugees and bring them to safety following a flood, earthquake, or any other disaster. Meet CAAT: Water Tank to the Rescue!
Extraordinary Inventions By Tesla That Were Never Built!
The Earthquake Machine Source: Charles Henry Cochrane [Public Domain] / Wikimedia Commons Tesla was granted a patent for his steam-powered mechanical oscillator in 1893. Its vibration could be utilized to generate electricity.
16 Photos You Won't Believe Aren't Photoshopped
Source A New Zealand railway after an earthquake in 2010. Source An electricity pole in Russia that didn't burn all the way up. Source This is a Zebroid, a cross between a pony and a zebra. Source A parade. Source This massive aquarium forms part of an elevator shaft - it houses over 1500 fish.
This Bunker Was Made for The Richest People Only...
However, the main feature of this installation is that it can withstand nuclear detonation, chemical warfare, earthquakes, tsunamis, and any other disaster you can imagine.