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posted a Quick Tip about Earthquake. April 11, 2011
posted in Earth Watch
Earthquake
Oh no! Another earthquake in Japan today (11 Apr, a month right after the last disastrous earthquake) measuring 6.6! The tremors were once again felt in Tokyo! What a nightmare!
reviewed Journey into Amazing Caves. March 20, 2011
posted in Movie Hype
Journey into Amazing Caves
The film follows two cavers (ladies, might I add) who went around caving in Southwest and then Greenland into the ice-caves, some 500 ft below. Lead by a French specialist (Luke), the trio descended into …
reviewed Journey into Amazing Caves. December 10, 2010
Journey into Amazing Caves
When it comes to caves, I've an amazing appetite for it, just like my passion for Volcanoes and Glaciers. It is that part of the world where I'd hardly venture to, especially the ones featured …
posted a Quick Tip about Mount Merapi Eruptions (2010). November 11, 2010
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Mount Merapi Eruptions (2010)
Singapore Airlines & some regional airlines from Singapore and Hong Kong have suspended flights to Jakarta due to the ashes from this eruption (still continuous) which may have had one of engines …
posted a Quick Tip about Mount Merapi Eruptions (2010). November 06, 2010
posted in Go Indonesia
Mount Merapi Eruptions (2010)
Recent and continuous Mt. Merapi eruptions have caused grounded all flights in Yogyakarta. As recent as this week, 2 flights from Australia had experienced trouble in the air. Whether it is due to the …
posted a Quick Tip about Mount Merapi Eruptions (2010). November 06, 2010
posted in Earth Watch
Mount Merapi Eruptions (2010)
At least more than 139 deaths and it is still erupting today. The continuous eruptions have been blamed for one of Qantas flights which has had one of its engine exploded mid-air before an emergency landing …
Landscapes and Geomorphology: A Very Short
There are very few things in the world that can inspire instantaneous awe and admiration as much as a beautiful and dramatic landscape. Be it the Grand Canyon, Himalayas, the Amazon rainforest or any …
reviewed Landscapes and Geomorphology: A Very .... October 14, 2010
Landscapes and Geomorphology: A Very Short
There are very few things in the world that can inspire instantaneous awe and admiration as much as a beautiful and dramatic landscape. Be it the Grand Canyon, Himalayas, the Amazon rainforest or any …
posted a Quick Tip about China 2010 Zhouqu (Gansu) Mudslides. August 10, 2010
posted in Earth Watch
China 2010 Zhouqu (Gansu) Mudslides
More than 1117 deaths (buried alive in the middle of the night) on this mudslides due to rain so far and 1000+ missing in northern province of Gansu in China. This is an extremely bad year for China as …
posted a Quick Tip about Earthquake. August 10, 2010
posted in Earth Watch
Earthquake
When the earth moves, lives are shattered. I've noticed an increase in earthquakes in recent years. Our planet is certainly getting angrier and angrier. Hopefully wherever and whenever it happens, loss …
reviewed Vesuvius: A Biography. May 19, 2010
Vesuvius: A Biography
Author Alwyn Scarth knows his subject matter intimately.  Over the past dozen years he has written a total of eight books on the subject of volcanoes.  His latest effort "Vesuvius:  …
posted a Quick Tip about Journey into Amazing Caves. March 19, 2010
Journey into Amazing Caves
One of the best IMAX films I've ever watched. Truly spectacular and best when watched in the IMAX / Omnimax theater!
reviewed The End of Oil: On the Edge of a Peri.... February 06, 2010
The End of Oil: On the Edge of a Perilous New World
Imagine living in a third world country where a great percentage of your day consists of gathering twigs and sticks or animal dung to use for in preparing the food and keeping your family warm during …
reviewed The Map That Changed the World: Willi.... December 17, 2009
The Map That Changed the World: William Smith and the Birth of Modern Geology (P.S.)
   "The Map That Changed the World" is the biographical story of William Smith, the father of the modern science of geology and the creator of the world's first geological map of Great …
reviewed The Rift. May 13, 2009
The Rift a novel by Walter J. Williams
Don't let this book's size daunt you or the sometimes terribly boring parts at the beginning stop you. Once you get past the first 250 pages or so we have a powerful book that will have your head spinning …
Krakatoa: The Day the World Exploded: August 27,
This is an interesting history and account of Krakatoa and the 1883 explosion. Much of the book is interesting and readable. In particular, Mr. Winchester makes the geology accessible, and even fun, for …
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