Disaster tracking

Danger!Danger!Disasters disasters disasters everywhere? Well now courtesy of the Havaria Information Service's Alertmap, you can see where some of the world's worrying disasters are happening in real-time. As Chicken Yoghurt note it really looks a bit like scary sci-fi. Except it's real, and you can click on any icon for a full report of the problem concerned. Or if you're in the middle of an epidemic of bird-flu related earthquakes that they've somehow missed, submit your own.

If you're a real disasterophile then, and wait long enough for the page to load, you'll see big lists of earthquakes, volcanoes, massive fires and so on from the past 24 hours. Who would have thought the world was ravaged so?


Oh dear

this makes me want to go back to bed and never get out again, thanks!

As long as the symbols of

As long as the symbols of death aren't all over your bed area...

They say though that ninety billion percent of accidents happen in the home anyway. Youtube evidence:

From the US version of that dreadful Lisa Riley show I guess - and about as funny as it.

Something a little more gory:

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