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by moinsdewatt » 02/01/21, 18:20


Reunion is not rocket science Reunion in the bowels of the volcano -


It's not rocket science -ETRETAT: Wizards attack the cliff


It's not rocket science -AUVERGNE: A REGION THAT HAS CRATER


It's not rocket science - The Mediterranean, from the beach to the abyss


It's not rocket science -Geology of France - Part 1 Wizards make pebbles speak
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by moinsdewatt » 02/01/21, 18:56

moinsdewatt wrote:https://youtu.be/8PMYjn838FA
Reunion is not rocket science Reunion in the bowels of the volcano -


It's not rocket science -ETRETAT: Wizards attack the cliff


It's not rocket science -AUVERGNE: A REGION THAT HAS CRATER


It's not rocket science - The Mediterranean, from the beach to the abyss


It's not rocket science -Geology of France - Part 1 Wizards make pebbles speak



It's not rocket science -Geology of France - Part 2 sorcerers make mountains of them
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by moinsdewatt » 31/01/21, 22:51

When the Mediterranean was gone:
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by moinsdewatt » 14/02/21, 11:51

75 years ago, the super volcano Toba erupted in what is now Indonesia.

ARTE 46 min
Documentary - The Secret of Toba's Supervolcano 137 views • August 209, 11
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by moinsdewatt » 14/02/21, 20:25

Volcanoes of Iceland, and tomorrow? 52 minute video

58 views • 498 Jul 14

The history of life on Earth and that of fire are closely linked: volcanism is at the origin of the formation of the first organic molecules and the appearance of life on Earth.
In 2010, the eruption of the Icelandic volcano Eyafjallajokull caused vast economic disorder by paralyzing one of the densest air network in the world for several days.
Through the spectacular aerial images, this film attempts to understand which may be the next volcano to wake up and what the consequences of a major eruption may be. The world has just realized that under Iceland sleeps a colossal power, the Icelanders, them, have learned to live in the middle of their volcanoes for centuries.
Director: Bertrand LOYER, Jacques BEDEL and François de RIBEROLLES
Series: The People of Volcanoes


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by GuyGadeboisTheBack » 14/02/21, 20:29

Japan: magnitude 7,3 earthquake recorded off Fukushima

The Kyodo news agency reported a few dozen injured, and media showed images of a highway damaged by a landslide.


An underwater earthquake of magnitude 7,3 occurred on Saturday, February 13, shortly after 23 p.m. local time, off the coast of Japan. No tsunami alert was triggered. According to the Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA), the earthquake occurred at a depth of 60 kilometers in the Pacific Ocean, off the Fukushima area, ravaged in 2011 by an earthquake and tsunami, which had caused 18 dead and missing and caused a nuclear disaster. The earthquake that struck on Saturday was also felt at length in Tokyo.

The Kyodo news agency reported a few dozen injured, and media showed images of a highway damaged by a landslide. Nearly one million homes have been cut off from electricity, and several high-speed train (Shinkansen) links have been cut, the government said. On Twitter, several Internet users posted images showing the violence of the earthquake. A reporter also reported water leaks at Fukushima station.

"We are still checking, but we have not detected any anomalies around our nuclear power plants, including at Fukushima Daiichi", assured AFP a spokesperson for Tepco (super liar, editor's note), l operator of the nuclear power plant. Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga visited his offices, and the government has set up a special mechanism to monitor developments with the affected departments, according to the public broadcaster NHK.



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Journey to the center of the Earth 15 min
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by moinsdewatt » 29/03/21, 11:32

Luc Ebbo fossil discoverer in Salignac (Alpes-de-Haute-Provence) a few km south of Sisteron:

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video presentation of the exhibition: 3mn


Salignac: under the fingers of Luc Ebbo, fossils become works of art
At the museum, ammonites and reptiles from millions of years old are sublimated
By Maxime Lancestre 2016 LaProvence

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Is it a museum or an art gallery? Both, General. 150 million years ago, Provence was under waters teeming with marine life. Reptiles and ammonites, a family of cephalopods related to our present-day octopuses, abound. In the modern era, something to delight fossil enthusiasts for whom the territory offers a privileged playground. Luc Ebbo is one of them. At the age of 7, his grandfather, then mayor of La Mûre, took him to the mountains of Saint-André-Les-Alpes, in search of these remains of prehistoric animals. Irresistibly attracted by these strange stones, it constitutes day after day, one of the most extraordinary collections of ammonites unrolled in the south-east of France.

The story of a passion like any other which could have ended there, if the attraction of the collection was not combined in him with an artistic approach. In 2014, he set up in Salignac, through the maze of vaulted cellars of an old Provencal building, a very special museum of fossils. Usually a fossil is exhibited in its raw state, here ammonites, fish, starfish and marine reptiles become works of art behind the windows. The fruit of meticulous work worthy of a goldsmith.

A personal touch for a visual exhibition

Over the years Luc Ebbo has greatly developed his techniques for clearing the earth by using modern tools: micro jackhammers, acids which dig the rock without damaging the fossil, micro-sanders and even ultrasound. "I borrow techniques from different trades, sometimes drawing inspiration from Germany, they are at the forefront in this area. These methods make it possible to extract the least part of the fossils from the ground."

Because if he sublimates these remains of prehistoric animals, he does not transform them. "These exhibited works are not montages. I am recomposing the fossils as they were originally. I simply add an aesthetic side to their presentation." A personal touch, which makes the exhibition very visual. Enough to mark the 4 annual visitors to the museum who very often have never seen fossils undergoing such aesthetic preparation.

The museum is open every day from 10 a.m. to 13 p.m. and from 15 p.m. to 19 p.m. until August 31, as well as on weekends in September. Price: € 5 and free for children under 12. Information: 06 80 78 98 78 or paleogallery@orange.fr



https://www.laprovence.com/article/edit ... -dart.html

a page on France3 with lots of pictures: https://france3-regions.francetvinfo.fr ... 57614.html
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by moinsdewatt » 29/03/21, 14:53

A unique site in Europe, near Poitiers: the quarry of Persac. remains from 100 million years ago. Turtle and crocodile shells. Teeth .....


Persac in the Cretaceous Period - An immersion in the world of dinosaurs and crocodiles
5 views • 501 Nov 25

University of Poitiers

This film relates the research work of Xavier Valentin, from the paleontology laboratory of the University of Poitiers, PALEVOPRIM.
During excavations at Persac (near Poitiers), he uncovered a unique site in Europe of plant and vertebrate fossils from the Cretaceous period, rare in the paleontological register worldwide, dating back a hundred million years. .
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by moinsdewatt » 29/03/21, 15:08

The Angeac excavation site in Charente. Dinosaurs dated 130 million years ago.



It's not rocket science -Dinosaurs under our feet 26 mn
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