Russia diamonds: Source under Siberian asteroid crater could supply world markets for the next 3,000 years

“We are speaking about trillions of carats”: Russia reveals vast diamond source under 62-MILE-WIDE asteroid crater which could supply world markets for next 3,000 yearsSupply under 35million-year-old impact zone is ten times bigger than global reservesKremlin discovered the site in the 1970s but kept it a secret until now to exploit tightly controlled marketDiamonds at Popigai Astroblem in Siberia are “twice as hard” as normal, making them ideal for high-precision scientific instruments and industry

Trauma can be GOOD for you, says psychologist who helped survivors of the Zeebrugge disaster

Trauma can be GOOD for you, says psychologist who helped survivors of the Zeebrugge disaster Many of the survivors of the Zeebrugge disaster talked about positive changes in their lives On Friday, March 6, 1987, a large ferry called the Herald Of Free Enterprise left the port of Zeebrugge, Belgium, bound for England.