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Thursday, 21 March 2019 01:00

Geological paradox found in African island

Scientists have made a very mysterious discovery about the rock formations on Anjouan island, located North-West of Madagascar.

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Freezing cold in Chicago may have caused shaking related to cracking action in frozen ground.

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Mount Etna volcano is sliding into the Mediterranean Sea and this may trigger a catastrophic tsunami.

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A study from Plymouth University in the UK shows that, millions of years ago, a natural bridge between England and rest of Europe existed.

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The temperature of granite crystallization underpins the knowledge about many geological phenomena, but evidence is emerging that this temperature may not be well constrained.

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The campaign that led to the WW2 allied victory in May 1945 began with the invasion in Normandy (June 6, 1944) where geology was a major issue to be considered.

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After a huge crack made an appearance in the south-western Kenya, the question that lies is whether Africa is slowly splitting apart.

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