Take a look at the 'Krakatoa sunsets, 1883 artworks - Krakatoa sunsets. Artwork of the spectacular red' prints from Science Photo Library
You can have a random phobia of something simply because your grandma did, too. A study of mice showed the fear of a traumatic event could be genetically passed on, causing the offspring and even their children to be fearful of the same trauma.
blastedheath: Max Ernst (French, born Germany, Vulcano, late Oil and mixed media on cardboard, x 9 cm.
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volcano eruptions range from daily small eruptions to extremely infrequent supervolcano eruptions (where the volcano expels at least cubic kilometers of material.
Do you sometimes feel like a volcano just waiting to explode but you’re afraid to express your emotions OR don’t even know exactly why you feel the way you do? Journaling is an excellent way to make this discovery. Push away your conscious thoughts and let your subconscious do the writing. Upon reading it back, you may be surprised to find out how you really feel. #Caregiver Support at http://CaregivingForAgingParents.blogspot.com
Photographs of Icelandic volcanoes by Marcel Musil. It’s very, very dangerous to lose contact with living nature - but does it float
Buy or license direct from the photographer this stunning image of : Surtsey , Volcanic Eruption , South Coast Iceland 1963
Storm clouds on the ocean. My Once a sailor Hubby thinks that Nature's Oceanic Art is amazing;
Cultural entropy is the level of dysfunction in an organization that is created as a result of fear-driven energy. Fear-based actions arise from both conscious and subconscious beliefs that a community or a group of people harbour about themselves. Almost everybody has some level of entropy. The trick, however, lies in how well one is able to pin it down before it becomes counterproductive.
Gjalp subglacial eruption October, Photo taken by Oddur Sigurdsson, Iceland Geological Survey. See airplane in the photo for scale.
Kamchatka: The Mysteries of The Curious Critters & Powerful Craters
One of the 160 active volcanoes of Kamchatka, Russia's far east, erupts throwing pieces of molten lava
The beauty of sparks and flying embers from a blazing bon fire in the night, dazzling!