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Good news: A team of scientists has discovered that we can predict super volcano eruptions "decades in advance." Bad news: Another team of scientists has discovered that a volcano in Death Valley, California, "may explode at any time."

Death Valley Volcano "May Explode At Any Time"

Good news: A team of scientists has discovered that we can predict super volcano eruptions "decades in advance." Bad news: Another team of scientists has discovered that a volcano in Death Valley, California, "may explode at any time."

Located at the southern end of Okinawa island, Gyokusendo Cave is the second largest series of caves in Japan and is considered to have the best stalactites and stalagmites in all Asia.

Located at the southern end of Okinawa island, Gyokusendo Cave is the second largest series of caves in Japan and is considered to have the best stalactites and stalagmites in all Asia.

Found on Google from divinatix.com

Found on Google from divinatix.com

<3 como se verían en un picnic al atardecer en algo así?? #WeLovePicnic #MP // Moon hanging tent.

<3 como se verían en un picnic al atardecer en algo así?? #WeLovePicnic #MP // Moon hanging tent.

The genome of a young boy buried at Mal’ta near Lake Baikal in eastern Siberia some 24,000 years ago has turned out to hold two surprises for anthropologists. The first is that the boy’s DNA matches that of Western Europeans, showing that during the last Ice Age people from Europe had reached farther east across Eurasia than previously supposed. The second surprise is that his DNA also matches a large proportion — about 25 percent — of the DNA of living Native Americans.

24,000-Year-Old Body Shows Kinship to Europeans and American Indians

The genome of a young boy buried at Mal’ta near Lake Baikal in eastern Siberia some 24,000 years ago has turned out to hold two surprises for anthropologists. The first is that the boy’s DNA matches that of Western Europeans, showing that during the last Ice Age people from Europe had reached farther east across Eurasia than previously supposed. The second surprise is that his DNA also matches a large proportion — about 25 percent — of the DNA of living Native Americans.

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