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We’ve all been there at some point: being nervous, stuttering, or losing our train of thought because somebody looks so incredibly bored that you are afraid they might actually collapse. Then there’s saying something stupid or just plain wrong, or talking so fast and quietly that nobody understands what your results are. These are certainly my lowest moments giving talks and I’ll save myself the e ...[Read More]
“Did you feel the earthquake ?” “Avez-vous ressenti un tremblement de Terre?” “Erdbeben gespürt?” ” Følte du siste jordskjelv?” “Sentiu um Sismo?” “Ha sentido algún terremoto?” “Pocítili ste zemetrasenie?” “Hai Sentito il Terremoto?” “почувствахте ли земетрес ...[Read More]
Beginning of this month, I was travelling to Germany to visit family and friends. One week out of the office, without interpreting wiggles or creating synthetic seismograms. But I bet that most of you know that vacation from science does not really exist, especially if an awesome opportunity comes along… What do seismologists do during their vacation? I was visiting a friend in Göttingen. Ma ...[Read More]