Earthquakes Can Be Sensed on the Other Side of the Globe
Earthquakes may happen over 400 miles below the Earth's surface and be felt practically on the opposite side of the Earth, says Caltech seismologist Zhongwen Zhan. "A magnitude 8 earthquake occurred in the Kuril Islands in 2013, at a depth of around 400 miles. The event was felt in Australia!"
Because it has several vital qualities, including aphrodisiac, antibacterial, antivenom, antifertility, anticonvulsant, and many more.
Scientists thought this dinosaur-era tree went extinct 150 million years ago — but then it was found growing wild in Australia.