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PARK CRASH Five rushed to hospital after car plunges into hot, acidic geyser in Yellowstone National Park – as cops investigate


FIVE people were rushed to the hospital after a car they were riding in went off the road and into an inactive acidic geyser. Officials said that the people involved in the accident were spotted Thursday morning driving near the semi-centennial geyser thermal pool before the vehicle fell into the water.Yellowstone National Park officials told CBS that the group managed to escape 105-degree Fahrenheit acidic water. Spokesperson Morgan Warthin said the vehicle was submerged in about nine feet of water. The passengers were taken to an area hospital for treatment of non-life-threatening injuries. Following the accident, the roadway was shut down to traffic while police and rescue crews extracted the vehicle from the water.Park officials have yet to determine the cause of the incident. The geyser is located near Roaring Mountain and between Mammoth Hot Springs and Norris Junction. The Semi-Centennial Geyser, which was the site of a major explosion in 1922, has been inactive for over a century. In the statement, officials thanked Hanser’s Automotive, US Water Rescue Dive Team, HK, Contractors, Resource Technologies Incorporated, and Yellowstone Park Service Stations for their removal of the car "in such an expeditious manner."The park, which resides close to the Idaho-Montana border, is no stranger to accidents. In July 2023, a public school teacher named Amie Anderson was killed in the park when she encountered a grizzly bear while backpacking across the US. Source

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Saturday, June 29, 2024

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Scorpions are invading homes in Texas this summer - here's how to keep them out


Central Texas has been beset by an unsettling increase in scorpion invasions this summer, more than past years. Local pest control services have voiced a rise in demand for scorpion extermination. This influx of scorpions comes as a result of the increasing heat, according to Alan Brown, a board certified entomologist at ABC Homes and Commercial Services. In a statement, Brown explained: "What's happening now is it's getting so hot outside, getting dry, they're seeking a cooler place to go.



However, the heat is not the only factor. Stringent rain showers this spring led to flooding that drove scorpions from their burrows to the ground's surface, as pointed out by Dave Moellendorf from Zookeeper Exotic Pets. Under normal circumstances, scorpions find refuge under rocks to escape the heat. If they are perpetually searching for shade, they may confuse your home for a cool rock. They are also tempted by damp spaces which means you could uncover them in your swimming pool, toilet or showers. Despite their lack of swimming skills, they float on water, as stated by Arizona Central. Source

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Monday, June 3, 2024

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Sunday, May 26, 2024

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Wednesday, May 22, 2024

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Saturday, May 18, 2024

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Saturday, May 11, 2024

A solar-terrestrial effect strongly influences volcanism

A solar-terrestrial effect strongly influences volcanism

The presentation focuses on a strong influence of solar wind on seismic and volcanic activity. The activity rates correlate with the solar wind speed and with the geomagnetic indices which reflect the solar induced disturbances of the Earth's magnetic field, Dst and Kp. The data bases of the Global Volcanism Program (Washington), of ISGI (Paris), the USGS, the Osservatorio Vesuviano INGV (Naples) and the OMNIweb (NASA) were accessed. In an early paper (Duma & Vilardo, 1997) it was shown already that seismic activity in the area Mt.Vesuvius varies parallel to the three solar cycles no. 20, 21, 22 (maxima 1969, 1980, 1989). The data set comprises thousands of weak earthquakes M ≤ 3.4. Such a solar effect appears not only in the long term but distinctly in the diurnal range, too, in dependence of the 24 hour cycle of the ionospheric Sq current system. The results of the present study reveal that the seismic activity at Mt.Vesuvius still reacted to this solar impact in the recent period 1999 - 2013. In additon, numerous studies in the past two decades show that this geodynamic influence acts not only on volcanic regions but on many of the main earthquake zones on the globe, causing fluctuations in seismic activity even for events M>6 (e.g. Duma & Ruzhin, 2003; Lipovics, 2005; Duma, 2010). Statistic analyses of time series of seismic strain release and Kp over decades indicated an average significance level of 97% for 9 main earthquake zones. Examples are given which illustrate the effect in seismic regions in N-Italy (fromUmbria to Emilia-Romagna) and S-Italy (Calabria to l'Abruzzo). As to the activity of volcanic eruptions, there is a strong indication that the same solar effect enhances the frequency of eruptions in periods of high solar flare activity of the solar cycles. This is shown not only for Mt. Etna but also for other main volcanoes on the globe, the Mt. St. Helens (USA), Mt. Unzen (Japan), Pinatubo (Philippines) and El Chichon (Mexico). Since the effect can be verified in so many regions, it seems to be a very general and powerful effect with far reaching mechanic implications for seismic as well as volcanic activity. Source

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Thursday, May 2, 2024

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CDC Says Over a Dozen Cats Died After Drinking Raw Milk from Cows Infected with Bird Flu


The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced on Monday that over a dozen cats have died on a Texas dairy farm after drinking raw milk from cows infected with bird flu. The CDC and Food and Drug Administration (FDA) have confirmed that traces of Bird Flu have also been found in commercial milk — but claim it is safe for humans to drink anyway. The Hill reports, “Scientists reported that in mid-March, about 24 cats were fed raw milk at a Texas farm before the cows were known to be sick. One day after the cows showed visible signs of illness, the cats also became sick, and one to two days later, more than half of the cats grew ill and died.” “In early March 2024, similar clinical cases were reported in dairy cattle in southwestern Kansas and northeastern New Mexico; deaths of wild birds and domestic cats were also observed within affected sites in the Texas panhandle,” the CDC wrote in the new report. “In >1 dairy farms in Texas, deaths occurred in domestic cats fed raw colostrum and milk from sick cows that were in the hospital parlor. Antemortem clinical signs in affected cats were depressed mental state, stiff body movements, ataxia, blindness, circling, and copious oculonasal discharge. Neurologic exams of affected cats revealed the absence of menace reflexes and pupillary light responses with a weak blink response.” Source