UFOs Disclosed - Unidentified Flying Objects Revealed New Madrid Zone sismique - cartes de l'activité séisme passé Earthquake lights Earthquake lights have been seen since ancient times. 1811-12 New Madrid quake eyewitnesses saw them possibly from as far away as Savannah GA. They were first photographed in 1968 in Japan. USGS admits their existence. Records of earthquakes that were accompanied by sky lights can be found in 373 BC in ancient Greek writings, that "immense columns of flame" foretold the earthquake that destroyed the cities of Helike and Bura. However, even in the early 20th century they were still considered a myth, until photographs of actual lights were taken in Japan in the 1960s. William Leigh Pierce, a traveler on the Mississippi, observed, "On the 30th of November, 1811 about one half hour before sun-rise, two vast electrical columns shot up from the eastern horizon, until their heads reached the zenith" -- from Feldman book >> Photograph of earthquake lights, -- more on their possible causes >>Earthquake lightning - pseudotachylites Lights' appearance Earthquake lights - causes
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Terrestrial Volcanoes Terrestrial Volcanoes By turns hot embers from her entrails fly, And flakes of mountain flame that arch the sky.-Virgil's Aeneid Volcanoes destroy and volcanoes create. Ironically, these volcanic soils and inviting terranes have attracted, and continue to attract, people to live on the flanks of volcanoes. On August 24, A.D. 79, Vesuvius Volcano suddenly exploded and destroyed the Roman cities of Pompeii and Herculaneum. In the United States on March 27, 1980, Mount St. The word volcano comes from the little island of Vulcano in the Mediterranean Sea off Sicily. The following video clips are take from "Understanding Volcanic Hazards", © 1995, International Association of Volcanology and Chemistry of Earth's Interior (IAVCEI). Views of Terrestrial Volcanoes Llullaillaco Volcano The summit of South America's Llullaillaco Volcano has an elevation of 22,110 feet above sea level, making it the highest historically active volcano in the world. Carr M.