Forte terremoto al Centro Italia: paura tra Toscana e Umbria, magnitudo 4.1 [MAPPE e DATI INGV]


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Una forte scossa di terremoto è stata avvertita pochi istanti fa nell’Italia centrale, tra Toscana, Umbria, Lazio e Abruzzo. Tanta paura e gente in fuga dalle proprie abitazioni. Non sono ancora noti i dati sulla scossa con epicentro e magnitudo. Molte segnalazioni dalla zona di Orvieto.

Secondo le prime informazioni, la scossa s’è verificata tra bassa Toscana e Umbria sud/occidentale, ed è stata di magnitudo superiore a 4.

L’epicentro s’è verificato nella zona del Lago di Bolsena.

Per l’INGV è stata di magnitudo 4.1, per il Centro Sismico Euro Mediterraneo di magnitudo 4.3.

Forte terremoto al Centro Italia, epicentro a Orvieto: paura a Viterbo, Perugia, Siena, Grosseto e Rieti [DETTAGLI]

Terremoto M. 4.1 al Centro Italia, tanta paura ma nessun danno: la gente torna nelle proprie case

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L’epicentro della forte scossa di terremoto che stasera alle 22:24 ha scosso l’Italia centrale è stato a ridosso di Orvieto, da dove sta arrivando il più grande numero di segnalazioni della scossa. Centinaia di persone proprio ad Orvieto sono fuggite dalle loro abitazioni e si trovano in strada. La scossa è stata di magnitudo 4.1 a 14.8km di profondità. Tanta paura anche a Viterbo, Bolsena e Acquapendente. Ma la scossa è stata avvertita distintamente fino a Perugia, Cortona, Siena, Grosseto, Terni, Rieti. Tra le località con il maggior risentimento sismico abbiamo Chiusi, Castiglione del Lago, Città di Castello, Spoleto e Montepulciano.
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Treasure Chest Discovered By Indonesian Oyster Gatherer Is Chock-Full Of Gold Coins


 

Poor village woman diving for oysters off of Indonesia discovers ancient treasure chest filled with gold coins washed up by 2004 tsunami

  • The trove was found in Gampong Pande village in the region of Banda Aceh
  • The coins date to 1200 and 1600 and were buried in an ancient cemetery
  • The chance discovery has led to a mini-gold rush to the area
  • Banda Aceh, in the north of Indonesia, was badly hit by the 2004 tsunami

A poor village woman searching for oysters in a swamp has found a centuries-old chest filled with gold coins – a fabulous treasure uprooted from an ancient cemetery in the 2004 tsunami.

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In a story that stirs the imagination, the chance discovery of the chest, covered in coral and oyster shells, has sparked a mini gold-rush to the swamps around Gampong Pande village in the northern Indonesian region of Banda Aceh, which was badly hit by the tsunami.

The tidal wave ripped up graves in the ancient cemetery containing the bones of 13th century rulers who were buried with their treasures.article-2507076-196880A900000578-763_634x541

But this week, from the swamps surrounding Gampong Pande village, came the astonishing news of the discovery of the chest by a woman searching for oysters. It was found not far from the ancient cemetery that had been virtually destroyed by the 2004 tidal wave.

‘The chest was covered in coral and oyster shells which had formed on it since it was carried away into the mud,’ said Abdullah, a Gampong Pande villager who uses only one name.

When the woman, up to her thighs in thick, oozing mud, pulled open the lid she stared in amazement at its contents – it was filled to the rim with gold coins of varying sizes.

Recovery: This picture shows how life gradually returned to normal in the area where the coins were found

Recovery: This picture shows how life gradually returned to normal in the area where the coins were found

‘They spilled out as soon as she opened the chest,’ Abdullah told the Jakarta Post. The woman reported the find to the authorities who took possession of the coins – but not before many of them had been plundered by local people.

After the discovery, hundreds of people from miles around heading to the area to search for other coins that might have become buried in the swamps following the tsunami.

They brought with them simple tools for digging into the mud and scraping sand from the bottom of a river that runs near the site of the ancient tombs.

Those lucky enough to find other coins lying loose sold them immediately to gold traders, who paid up to 800,000 rupiah (£40) for each coin, confident they would make a good on-selling profit, given the history of the coins.

Gampong Pande village stands in the centre of the first Islamic kingdom of Aceh, in a region ruled by the Meukuta Alam dynasty.

A neighbouring kingdom was ruled by the Darul Kamal dynasty, the two groups later merging to form the Aceh Darussalam kingdom, ruled by Sultan Iskandar Muda Johan Pahlawan Meukuta Alam (1590-1636).

During his rule, the kingdom established diplomatic relations with England, the Ottoman Empire in Turkey and with the Dutch.

An Indonesian historian, Husaini Ibrahim, said that gold coins had been found in the area over the centuries due to the greater population that lived there in earlier times.

Between the 13th and 17th century, Gampong Pande village became an industrial area producing various goods that included gold coins – resulting in the village getting its name, which means ‘village of the expert or master craftsman’.

‘The area should immediately be preserved by the government because it is derelict, despite the fact it is a historical site rich in Acehnese history,’ Husaini told the Jakarta Post.

He said he was sad to see the slow reactions of the Aceh provincial administration on the discovery of the gold coins.

‘All the coins should have been collected by the authorities and compensation paid to the residents who found them,’ said Husaini, who feared that many had already been lost to scavengers.

To this day, the tombs of the ancient rulers are in a state of neglect, many of them buried in mud from the tsunami.

‘We will try to limit the number of residents looking for gold coins in the area,’ said Mr Reza Pahlevi, of the Banda Aceh Tourism Agency.

We’ve also bought some of the gold coins as samples for further study.’The coins are believed to have been struck between 1200 and 1600 but prior to the devastating tsunami none of the tribes living in the area had dared to interfere with the graves, fearing revenge from the spirits of the dead

 
Source MailOnline

 

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Colored Honey Made by Candy-Eating French Bees


 

 

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Colorful Honey

Beekeepers in northeastern France found themselves in a sticky situation after bees from their hives began producing honey in shades of blue and green (pictured).

The colored honey could not be sold because it did not meet France’s standards of honey production: It was not obtained from the nectar of plants and it deviates from the standard coloring of honey (nearly colorless to dark brown).

That’s bad news for a region that produces a thousand tons of honey a year and has already had to cope with a high bee mortality rate and low honey production after a harsh winter. An investigation by beekeepers in the town of Ribeauville (map) uncovered the cause of the problem: Instead of collecting nectar from flowers, local bees were feeding on remnants of colored M&M candy shells, which were being processed by a biogas plant roughly 2.5 miles (4 kilometers) away.

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was not obtained from the nectar of plants and it deviates from the standard coloring of honey (nearly colorless to dark brown).

That’s bad news for a region that produces a thousand tons of honey a year and has already had to cope with a high bee mortality rate and low honey production after a harsh winter. An investigation by beekeepers in the town of Ribeauville (map) uncovered the cause of the problem: Instead of collecting nectar from flowers, local bees were feeding on remnants of colored M&M candy shells, which were being processed by a biogas plant roughly 2.5 miles (4 kilometers) away.

The waste-processing plant discovered the problem at the same time the beekeepers did and quickly cleaned any outdoor or uncovered containers that M&M waste was stored in. The candy remains will now be stored in a covered hall.

(Also see: “‘Hot Bee Balls’ Cook Enemy Hornets—But How Do Bees Endure the Heat?”)

—Kate Andries

Photograph by Vincent Kessler, Reuters

Blue Honeycomb This honeycomb shows some of the remnants of the colored honey found in one of the French beehives. The bright blue liquid isn’t technically honey, as it came from a non-floral source.

To produce honey, bees collect nectar from nearby flowers and return to the hive to store it in honeycombs.

 

Bucatini all’ Amatriciana Original recipe from Mamma Maria 87 years old


Italian Original recipe from old Italian Mama. That’s amore!

Bucatini all’ Amatriciana Original recipe from Mamma Maria 87 years old( Amatrice – Italy)

This is the original recipe   from Amatrice
Ingredients:
160 gr of Bucatini pasta
200 gr of tomato puree
250 gr of guanciale ( or bacon cut in cube 1 cm )
Pecorino cheese
Salt
Pepper
A few drop of olive oil and hit the pan, add the guanciale and  cook till brown. When ready leave the guanciale at side and use the same frypan to cook the tomato. Menwhile cook the bucati i in salty water , al dente.
After cook the tomato add the guanciale and pasta . Mix with pecorino cheese grated o  top and serve hot with a red glass of wine.

Robert Downey is Moving to Brighton & Hove, England – News Daily 27


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BRIGHTON & HOVE, England – In a huge surprise to everyone in Los Angeles, Hollywood actor Robert Downey Jr reveals in a new interview that he is moving to the Brighton & Hove, England area. He tells the magazine that he is “tired of the L.A. lifestyle” and is looking for a big change in life.

“I’m just tired of the L.A. lifestyle and I feel like, at this point in my life, I’d rather just live in a place full of real, genuine people. I’ve been to Brighton & Hove, England a couple of times over the years and the people there are real… they’re genuine, and yeah every community has its problems but the people there are good, decent people and they care about their community. Those are the things I find most important in deciding where to live,” Downey told the magazine.

“I’m not retiring, I’m just looking for a change in life and I think I’ve found that in Brighton & Hove,” Downey reassured fans. Let us know what you think in the comments section especially if you’re a resident of the Brighton & Hove, England area and click the share button below to share with friends.

 

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Science reveals what happens as you get drunker


 

In chemistry, an alcohol is any organic compound in which the hydroxyl functional group (–OH) is bound to a saturated carbon atom.[2] The term alcohol originally referred to the primary alcohol ethanol (ethyl alcohol), the predominant alcohol in alcoholic beverages.

The suffix -ol appears in the IUPAC chemical name of all substances where the hydroxyl group is the functional group with the highest priority; in substances where a higher priority group is present the prefix hydroxy- will appear in the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC) name. The suffix -ol in non-systematic names (such as paracetamol or cholesterol) also typically indicates that the substance includes a hydroxyl functional group and, so, can be termed an alcohol. But many substances, particularly sugars (examples glucose and sucrose) contain hydroxyl functional groups without using the suffix. An important class of alcohols, of which methanol and ethanol are the simplest members is the saturated straight chain alcohols, the general formula for which is CnH2n+1OH. -n source wikipedia

Alcohol consumption has been a part of human culture for thousands of years. But while we have a general understanding of alcohol’s effects — most people can recognize the point at which one more drink becomes one too many — the specifics of what happens to your body with each drink are actually fairly complicated.

We’ve broken down some of the research on alcohol consumption to show just what happens to your body and brain as you start (and then continue) drinking.

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If you are trying to calculate how much you’ve had to drink, it’s important to remember that a standard drink, as defined by researchers, is a 1.5 ounce shot of spirits (80-proof, which includes most of your standard whiskeys, gins, vodkas, tequilas, and rums), a 5 ounce glass of wine (about 12% alcohol by volume), or a 12 ounce beer (about 5% alcohol by volume). What that means though, is that a pint of one of our favorite IPAS may be more like two standard drinks than one.

We described the effects based on blood alcohol content (BAC) rather than number of drinks, since a set number of drinks affects people differently depending on sex, size, and other factors.

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Pesce all’acqua Pazza Recipe from Mamma Rita 79 years old Palermo


The fish gos crazy in the water

It’ is a classic second fish dish a delicate flavor and very easy to prepare.

This recipe come from a traditional Italian Mamma. It ‘s the perfect recipe to serve in the spring and summer, as it looks like a second light and delicious dish even if eaten cold!
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sea fish 1 or  800 g or 2 400 gr  Sea Bream or Cod

cherry tomatoes 300 gr

Parsley

a sprig Garlic 4 cloves

Extra virgin olive oil 2 tablespoons

salt

pepper

Water ½ cup white

wine ½ cup

First prepare the gilthead crazy water, begin with cleaning seabream. Flake and  eliminated the side fins seabream the dorsal and ventral ones (you can leave the tail to later verify that you are cooking fish).

Then rinse under fresh water making sure it is properly cleaned also within. Put a pinch of salt in the stomach, a clove of garlic and a few parsley leaves. Take a baking dish , spread the bottom with extra virgin olive oil, then recline sea bream.

Cut the tomatoes into wedges or cubes and add them in the pan along with the remaining two cloves of garlic cut into slices, parsley leaves , salt and pepper (or fresh chilli if you like), water and wine white; liquids should not completely cover the bream but remain less than half of the fish. Bake in preheated oven at 220 degrees for about 20-25 minutes: to make sure the fish is cooked you should try to rip the tail fin: if you will come off the sea bream is cooked, otherwise, will resist if the fish cook for a few more minutes.

When the fish is cooked, remove the pan from the oven, lay the sea bream on a plate, remove the skin  and divide the sea bream fillets  by removing all bones  and the head. Once you obtained the 4 fillets and place in a serving dish, spraying with the sauce  and serve immediately. If you prefer cooking in a pan, put proceed in the same way, by cooking on flame by putting a lid on the pan used.

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Ha comprato il suo primo Metal detector e dopo 20 minuti trova monete romane


Ho trovato monete romane del valore di £ 100.000 … 20 minuti dopo l’acquisto del mio primo metaldetector..

 

Principiante dissotterra  un Tesoro significativo  a livello Nazionale !

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Wesley Carrington (in bianco) ha trovato un tesoro di monete d’oro romane del valore di £ 100,000 20 minuti  dopo aver acquistato un Metaldetector economico prorpio nella sua prima caccia al Tesoro

E ‘sempre bello incontrare la fortuna del  principiante quando si comincia  un nuovo hobby.  Ma se vieni baciato dalla fortuna  il tuo primo giorno  di caccia  puo’ significare  un giorno da ricordare per sempre.

Il principiate  ha rivelato che aveva comprato un metaldetector modello garret 150  da un negozio locale e si  e’ recato nei boschi  per provare il suo nuovo gadget.

Le sue scoperte iniziali  sono state  un cucchiaio e una moneta, ma poi la macchina ha iniziato a segnalare molto metallo
Dopo aver scavato  per circa 7 pollici ha portato alla luce la prima di 55 monete d’oro vecchie di circa 1600 anni.

Gli esperti storici che sono tornati poi nel sito hanno trovato altre 104 monete che sono state dichiarate Tesoro significativo Nazionale.

Hertfordshire Coroner Edward Thomas ha stabilito che le  monete saranno ora inviate al British Museum per una valutazione formale prima di andare all’asta.

Il ricavo sara’ diviso tra il sig Carrington ed il proprietario del terreno in cui è stata fatta la scoperta. Sig. Carrington ha rivelato di aver comprato un metaldetector economico e di non averlo mai usato prima, solo di aver copiato alcune tecniche viste su YOUTUBE.

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Non sono mai stato un detectorist  prima di ora . Ho solo pensato di provare’.

 


 Si  fermò solo a cercare perché si stava facendo buio.

Il Giorno dopo è tornato al negozio dove aveva comprato Garrett Ace 150.
E parlando con il  proprietario del negozio David Sewell e  il suo socio in affari Mark Becher ha chiesto  cosa avrebbe douto fare mostrandogli le monete.

Hanno contattato il servizio del consiglio locale  del museo e  un volontario locale del  museo  con il personale archeologico sono andati sul  sito con un escavatore e hanno ripreso la ricerca, trovando  ancora piu’ più monete.

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L’esame delle monete ha rivelato che  le date delle monete coprivano i regni di cinque o sei imperatori romani, da Onorio a Graziano, ed erano state coniate attraverso diverse parti d’Europa, tra cui l’Italia di oggi, Germania, Francia, Turchia e Grecia.

Julian Watters, l’ufficiale di reperti di collegamento per Hertfordshire e Bedfordshire, ha detto: ‘Sono stato nel lavoro per dieci anni ed è sicuramente questa la scoperta più spettacolare.

Non so quali sono le probabilità  che ciò accada ancora . Giusto per mettere in chiaro che avevo solo visto in precedenza quattro monete d’oro romane  su  50.000 reperti esaminati.

Sig. Carrington ha detto che da quando si è unito  ad un club di metaldetector  ed è uscito ancora con il suo MD non ha trovato piu’ nulla.

 

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Astronomers just discovered a rare dwarf galaxy that’s loaded with precious elements


Stars packed with gold, platinum, and silver.

 

Scientists have been searching for the origin of some of the most precious metals on Earth – including gold, silver, and platinum – for almost six decades. And now we might finally have the answer.

Heavy, and often valuable elements like these are called r-process elements, and they require an incredible amount of energy to produce. So far, no one’s been able to explain how they came to exist in the Universe.

But the discovery that an ancient dwarf galaxy called Reticulum II – about 98,000 light-years from Earth – has stars that contain a “whopping” amount of these metals could finally bring an end to this mystery. Dwarf-Spheroid-Galaxy

 

“Understanding how heavy, r-process elements are formed is one of hardest problems in nuclear physics,” said one of the team, physicist Anna Frebel from MIT.

“The production of these really heavy elements takes so much energy that it’s nearly impossible to make them experimentally. The process for making them just doesn’t work on Earth. So we have had to use the stars and the objects in the cosmos as our lab.”

Discovered just last year, the tiny Reticulum II galaxy is orbiting our own Milky Way, and is one of the closest dwarf galaxies ever found. It’s considered one of the best candidates for detecting the famously elusive dark matter, and now it also looks like the best place for us to figure out how some of our favourite elements originated in the Universe.

By analysing the starlight from several of the brightest stars in the Reticulum II galaxy using the Magellan telescopes at the Las Campanas Observatory in Chile, Frebel and her team determined that they contained massive amounts of r-process elements. But here’s the thing – there’s no way they could have produced them on their own.

“When we read off the r-process content of that first star in our telescope, it just looked wrong, like it could not have come out of this galaxy!” said one of the team, graduate student Alexander Ji. “I spent a long time making sure the telescope was pointed at the right star.”

The name r-process comes from the system scientists think is used to create elements like gold, uranium, and lead, called rapid neutron-capture.

Back in 1957, physicists Hans Suess and Harold Urey demonstrated that some kind of rapid capture of neutrons was needed to originally forge these elements, and suggested that somewhere in the Universe, a place filled with extreme conditions and crazy amounts of neutrons is where these elements came to be.

They hypothesised that giant star explosions and rare merges of neutrons stars – the densest stars in our Universe – were the most likely scenarios for this to take place, but they had no proof, so the origins of r-process elements remained a mystery.

Knowing that neutron star collisions are common in the very early stages of dwarf galaxies such as Reticulum II – which is now loaded with r-process elements as a result – the team says this provides further evidence that Suess and Urey were right.

The results have been published in Nature.

“Their study is indeed a smoking gun that exotic neutron star mergers were occurring very early in the history of this particular dwarf galaxy, and for that matter, likely in many other small galaxies,” astronomer Enrico Ramirez-Ruiz from the University of California, Santa Cruz, who wasn’t involved in the research, said at a roundtable discussion of the results last week.

“Neutron star mergers are therefore probably responsible for the bulk of the precious substances we call r-process elements throughout the Universe.”

So how did all the gold, silver, uranium, lead, platinum, and other r-process elements end up on Earth? The team thinks they were created in dwarf galaxy neutron star explosions, got embedded into stars and asteroids at the time, and then transported all the way to our planet.

“Something to think about is that all the gold originally here on Earth sank into the planet’s centre because the early Earth was molten,” said Ramirez-Ruiz. “So all the gold we have today on or near the surface is from asteroid impacts.”

“As we’ve been saying, the gold wasn’t made in the asteroids, it was probably made in a neutron star merger,” Frebel adds. “It then mixed into the cloud of gas and dust in which all the asteroids and planets formed. That gold was then transported to us on Earth as a special delivery.”Milky_Way_satellite_galaxies

What’s crazy is that these star mergers were actually extremely rare in the early Universe, which means much of the gold atoms, for example, likely came from the same collisions.

“Because just one of these neutron star mergers produced so much gold, probably all of the gold atoms that are in the four of us in this roundtable discussion came from the same event,” said Ramirez-Ruiz. “So we’re not only linked by genetics, but by these exotic phenomena that happen in the Universe.”

So not only are we all made of stars, we all contain precious metals born from the same cosmic collisions that happened billions of years ago, the results of which somehow made it into our own cells today. Go hug your nearest pet, because that is freaking awesome.

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