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These 13 volcanoes are visible from space 800 km above the earth

Volcanoes From Space: The European Space Agency (ESA) has shared a video. In this, 13 volcanoes of the world have been shown, which can also be seen from space.

By News CorrectPublished about a year ago 4 min read

Volcanoes are such areas present on the earth, inside which there is a reservoir of hot lava, gas etc. When they explode, the devastation is visible for many miles. The good thing is that India is quite safe from their harm. The presence of most volcanoes in the world is said to be in Indonesia. Mount Semeru, the highest volcano there, had erupted in December last year. Hot ash and gases released along with lava from the top of the mountain affected an area of ​​8 km. Volcanoes are spread over a large area and can be visible even from space. The European Space Agency (ESA) has shared a video. In this, 13 volcanoes of the world have been shown, which can also be seen from space.

from ESA12 minutes long, which shows the vast area covered by volcanoes. Their effect is so widespread and their presence is so strong that they can be spotted even from space. The European Space Agency says that in the video it has shown the world's most impressive volcano. However, the space agency has chosen a volcano of its choice.

All these were captured by satellites. The videos range from Mount Fuji to Mount Mayon and Mount Vesuvius. ESA has reported that satellites stationed about 800 kilometers above the Earth monitor volcanoes. Real-time data is available on volcanoes through satellites. If there is an eruption of a volcano, then the satellites give all the updates, which helps in the relief work.

Let's talk about last year's volcanic eruption in Indonesia, so the plates present in the place where this country is located are colliding. Due to the collision of three plates there are volcanic eruptions. For this reason, there are more earthquakes there and people die due to damage. The tragedies of volcanoes in Indonesia have killed thousands of people so far.

Discover a "hidden chapter" in the Bible

Scientists have discovered a long-lost "hidden chapter" in the text of the Bible nearly 1,500 years after it was first written.

According to the study, recently published in the Journal of New Testament Studies, the missing part represents one of the earliest translations of the Bibles.

Ultraviolet imaging was used to find the chapter hidden under three layers of text by the researchers.

"Until recently, only two manuscripts were known to contain the ancient Syriac translation of the Gospels," said Gregory Kessel of the Austrian Academy of Sciences. One is in the British Library in London and the other was discovered in Saint Catherine's Monastery in Mount Sinai.

The researchers said the newly discovered text is an interpretation of Chapter 12 of the Gospel of Matthew from the Bible, which was originally translated as part of the ancient Syriac translations some 1,500 years ago. It provides a "unique gateway" to the first stage in the history of transmission of the texts of the Gospels.

For example, while the original Greek version in Matthew 12:1-2 says: "At that time Jesus went on the Sabbath among the grain fields. His disciples became hungry and began to pluck ears of grain and eat. The Pharisees, when they saw, said to Him, 'Behold, your disciples are doing what is not lawful.'" Do it on the Sabbath."

While the Syriac translation says: "...they began to pick the ears of corn, rub them in their hands and eat them."

It is reported that due to the scarcity of manuscripts in the region around 1,300 years ago, the pages were reused, often by erasing earlier biblical text. Source: "The Independent"

Online Fraud: 17% people save bank passwords in mobile! Theft can happen in 1 minute - survey

Here 88% people have said that they have shared their Aadhaar card for various purposes like applications, ID proof or bookings etc.

Financial fraud through cyber fraud is in full swing these days. Cases of online fraud are coming to the fore every day. In this regard, the local circle has made a shocking disclosure. The survey company has released a survey which states that 17% of people keep their financial passwords saved in their mobile phones. These passwords are stored as mobile contacts or notes, thereby increasing the risk of financial fraud manifold.

Survey Company Local CirclesHas released a survey related to financial fraud and said that 17% people keep their passwords saved in mobile phones. Of these, 8% say they save information in mobile phones by making notes, while 9% keep sensitive passwords saved in the phone's contact list. It has also been said in the survey that 30% of people share their sensitive financial passwords with their family members or staff etc.

Here 88% people have said that they have shared their Aadhaar card for various purposes like applications, ID proof or bookings etc. Reports say that this database can be easily accessed and through Artificial Intelligence (AI) 50% of these passwords can be easily cracked within 1 minute. In such a situation, if a person's phone is stolen, then this type of fraud can easily be carried out with him. Overall, it can be said that the risk of financial fraud has increased a lot for Indians.

Recently, the Reserve Bank of India has also presented its April-September 2022 report. There were 5406 incidents of financial fraud reported in this report during the period. Whereas, during the same period last year, the number of such incidents was 4069. RBI says that Internet-based transactions are being used the most in the frauds happening now. It has also been said here that this number of incidents could be much higher, because some people do not give information about these incidents, or even the police do not give information about these incidents, because they do not take them seriously. Let's take

This survey of Local Circles is based on the responses given by 32 thousand people. Which were included from 337 districts of India. Of these, 35% were females while 65% were males. 43% of the respondents were from tier 1 districts, while 36% were from tier 2 districts. 27% people participated in this survey from Tier 3 and 4 districts.

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