Tuesday, 15 August 2017
This animated video, produced by the University of Hawaii, shows the spread of the human race across the globe over a 125,000 year period. Earth wobbles on its axis, causing major climate shifts. Some of those shifts turned the Arabian Peninsula into lush grassland that ancient humans could have traversed as they migrated out of Africa. Researchers at the University of Hawaii at Manoa simulated climate conditions over the last 125,000 years and predicted how those changes would have allowed humans to spread around the globe (increasing intensity of red shows greater predicted migration).
Sunday, 6 August 2017
Thursday, 3 August 2017
Several Volcanolgists have reported the last few day increasing tectonic activity in the Bárðarbunga area in Iceland
Preliminary 4.6 earthquake @ 0.9 km depth at Bárðarbunga #volcano #Iceland. As always, accurate information from https://t.co/fx8OJwFh9b pic.twitter.com/Qo6hNNUIy8— Dave McGarvie (@subglacial) August 2, 2017