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Explora Em 2010, Cinzas e outros!

Cinzas do Eyjafjallajökull, na Islândia, em 2010. As cinzas que ficaram no ar por semanas interrompeu o tráfego aéreo em parte da Europa

“Strange Worlds”, the mind blowing miniature landscapes by Matthew Albanese

De 3de bestemming is de plek waar het boek zich bevindt, een slapende vulkaan die ieder moment kan ontwaken. Hier lag het boek onder lava verborgen, bewaakt door een groot dier met schubben, messcherpe klauwen en hoektanden van 1 meter lang.

Hurricane Andrew (1992) I took Air Force One and the president into the fray. The Florida governor didn't let the president respond immediately for what I thought were political reasons - putting politics in front of people. ?!

Fire-Tornado Pictures: Why They Form, How to Fight Them

Fire Tornado | Fire-Tornado Pictures: Why They Form, How to Fight Them

Pictures of the year 2010: earthquakes, volcanoes and environmental disasters

A cavernous and almost perfectly round sinkhole swallowed an entire intersection in Guatemala City during a tropical storm. The hole is 66 feet across and plunges nearly 100 feet down. Geologists said that the circular shape suggested a cave formation underneath, but what exactly caused the sinkhole was still a mystery

21 Unbelievable Photos That Are Not Photoshopped

Earthquake impact on railroad in New Zealand. Spectacular plate shift evidence. G

Tornado - "Placid Awe" by Zachary Caron

The 2010 Guatemala City sinkhole was a disaster in which an area approximately 65 ft (20 m) across and 300 ft (90 m) deep collapsed in Guatemala City's Zona 2, swallowing a three-story factory.The sinkhole occurred for a combination of reasons, including Tropical Storm Agatha, the Pacaya Volcano eruption, and leakage from sewer pipes.

The 2010 Guatemala City sinkhole was a disaster in which an area approximately 65 ft (20 m) across and 300 ft (90 m) deep collapsed in Guatemala City's Zona 2, swallowing a three-story factory. The sinkhole occurred for a combination of reasons, including Tropical Storm Agatha, the Pacaya Volcano eruption, and leakage from sewer pipes.

New York, December 28, 2010 Note to self: don't visit in December!