Canada should expect a very harsh winter

Canada should expect a very harsh winter weather and climate

This year, the weather service advised all Canadians not to hide away your mittens and on-view snow shovel as the new winter season will be much more cold and snow than a year ago. That is, it will be winter in the best traditions of the northern snow drifts with the Christmas and New Year, and not with the rain and sleet, as in 2011.

Will only be able to surprise the Atlantic coast of Canada, in most of which the temperature of the air will be slightly

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In France, due to the hurricane affected more than thirty people

July 29, 2013. Last Saturday France was dominated by a hurricane and torrential rains. Bad weather was expected — on the eve of the central departments of the country was declared a storm warning. Fears were not unfounded. Day off brought a strong wind, the speed of which reached one hundred and sixty-five miles per hour, reported by news agency "RIA Novosti", referring to the Sunday information from AFP.

More than thirty people were injured, having suffered serious injuries when struck by a terrible wind big top tent in the city of Joinville in the west of the country.

Heavy

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In Los Angeles smog will fight billboards

In Los Angeles smog will fight billboards Facts

American city Vemont recently imposed a ban on the use of advertising on billboards. It could very well save the aesthetics of natural landscape within and outside the city. But Los Angeles has gone in a different way by combining new types of billboard two entities — advertising and the protection of urban air pollution.

A group of architects and engineers called "City Air" has developed the technology of conversion of existing billboards in urban living bamboo gardens. These billboards will be a real boon for congested city streets and

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Nanobutylki save the world from a shortage of drinking water

Nanobutylki save the world from a shortage of drinking water Facts

Climate change constantly reduces drinking water on the planet. But even if all the water from the rivers and lakes dry up, now there is hope for humanity will not die of thirst with a new device — a special bottle, absorbing moisture from the air. But according to scientists, the Earth's atmosphere are concentrated over 11 quadrillion gallons of water.

The world already knows about wind turbine, which can absorb water from the air even in the desert, but this method of getting rid of thirst

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The global decline in groundwater levels

Map of drought is based on satellite data and the results of Grace extended weather observations. Dark red color denotes the effect of drought in Texas this year. The new data analysis indicates Grace satellite to change the level of groundwater in the world. The information provided by NASA and the Centre for Drought Control from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. (GRACE (born Gravity Recovery And Climate Experiment) — a satellite mission designed to study Earth's gravity field and its temporal?'s Variations associated in particular with the processes of climate change — annotated. Interpreter).

December 23. Throughout the world,

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Garbage from Everest turned into works of art

Garbage from Everest becomes a work of art is interesting

Eight tons of waste extracted from the slopes of the world's highest mountain, decided to turn into works of art. In the course went old tents, tanks of oxygen, packaging, and even fragments of the helicopter. To pull all this wealth to the foot of Mount Everest, the carrier took 65 volunteers and 75 yaks, who worked two consecutive spring expedition.

Now an exhibition entitled "Art Project Everest 8848" works in Nepal's capital Kathmandu. The main purpose of the exhibition was to draw attention to the problem of

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In Panama, a state of emergency

In Panama, a state of emergency Natural Disasters

In the three areas of Panama declared a state of emergency, floods and landslides triggered by a series of showers. Hardest-hit province of Colon, on the Caribbean coast and the area Kapiri, 60 km west of the capital. By the influx of a landslide in his car were buried alive by two men who were members of the Red Cross. Also in Panama, killing three more people.

The state of emergency also operates in the municipality Horera, where, as in the other two areas have already started rescue operations and

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Nacreous clouds over Tierra del Fuego

Tierra del Fuego, Argentina, July 24, 2013 © Gerardo Connon | Spaceweather.com

July 29, 2013. July 24, about an hour after sunset, Gerardo Connon from Rio Grande City to Tierra del Fuego, Argentina, went outside and was stunned — the sky glowed rare nacreous clouds. The phenomenon was so bright and colorful, which eclipsed lights street lighting.

Nacreous clouds are high altitude clouds. They occur at an altitude of 20-30 km, and appear to be glowing in the dark sky by the light rays of the sun over the horizon of the past. Nacreous clouds are rare, and only

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Rivers of the world continue to lose your water supply

Rivers of the world continue to lose their water supply Scientists prove

Four of the world's major rivers, including the huge South Asian river basin of the Murray-Darling, retain the status of low-displacement as a result of careless use of its resources and climate change. According to a study at the Australian National University, the same situation in the basin of the Colorado River in the United States, the Orange River in South Africa, the Yellow River in China.

Each of these pools have long been a sharp decline in external impact of water, mainly due to the

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In the west, Georgia residents evacuated due to flooding

July 30, 2013. Part of Senaki in western Georgia was flooded due to heavy rains, do not stop for a few days. The water level rose to 50 centimeters, and in some areas of the city up to a meter. Local authorities decided to evacuate women, children and the elderly. At the moment, the city is paralyzed traffic, remain flooded basements and first floors of dozens of homes.

Source: RT

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