The hydrogen outgassing in the Russian platform. Part 1

At the end of February 2007 on the site Hydrogen future we put the article "Outgassing of hydrogen was detected in the central regions of the Russian Platform," which is also widely known on the internet under the name — "Mysterious funnel. " Now, at the end of July 2008, we present new data on the problem.

First of all, we have to tell you — dear reader: hydrogen outgassing is not only not ceased, but has a marked tendency to expand. It captures and new areas appear to become more intense. If a year and a half ago,

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70-degree jump in temperature in Antarctica

Dome of the automatic weather station

September 27, 2013. Argus dome is considered one of the coldest places on Earth.

This is the highest point in Antarctica (4093 m), although one of the least known places on the globe. It is situated at one end of the elongated ridge (about 60 km long and 10 km wide). Ice thickness is more than 3000 m paleo-scientists believe this is a suitable place for the collection of ice cores, which provide a record of the past climate and atmospheric gas composition in the past, for a period of more than

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The earthquake starts erupting Mount Fuji

July 17, 2013. Researchers at the National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) said that Mount Fuji may erupt again if future large earthquakes will cause a crack in it.

The last time this 3776 meter high volcano erupted was in 1707, and today it is known as the eruption Hoei (Hawayo). This is a great eruption lasted from December 16, 1707 to January 1, 1708 period. In total, the atmosphere was emitted 800 million cubic meters of ash.

Scientists claim that a new eruption is inevitable, because the underground magma accumulated in a volcano for

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River Urca, in the Amur region, residents left homeless by the whole village

July 21, 2013. Rescuers had to the Amur region on an emergency basis evacuate whole village. Due to heavy rains left the shores of the river Urca. Within a few hours the water level rose by half a meter. Flooded all homes. The village is cut off from the world. Not only affected local school — it is located in an elevated position. There have placed part of the evacuees. The others were taken to nearby towns.

Residents from the flooded village Ivanivka evacuated by helicopters. Sent E-26 — one of the most spacious cars — or simply

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Soil respiration increased CO2 emissions

Scientists have found that over the past few decades, the allocation of soil carbon dioxide around the world came at an increasing rate due to global warming, and to date has reached 98 billion tons per year in terms of carbon, the researchers reported in an article published Thursday in the journal Nature .

This value is ten times greater than the combined emissions from all human activities on the planet.

"There are several possible explanations for this, but the most likely is that the increase in average temperature over the world increases the rate of decomposition of

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In New Zealand earthquake damaged the Parliament

The quake led to the formation of cracks on the roads

July 21, 2013. In New Zealand's capital city Wellington earthquake, which damaged the parliament building and caused a brief stoppage of trains.

6.5-magnitude quake lasted about a minute. Its center was located 57 kilometers south of the coast at a depth of about 10 km.

Authorities said there is no danger of a tsunami, despite the damage caused to buildings and power lines.

The earthquake occurred at 17:09 local time, and the impetus was felt as far north, down to the district of Auckland.

Damage

In

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About Earthquakes in the Urals. Video

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France: The collapse of the cliff near Le Havre

July 19, 2013. In The Maritime Seine, where erosion processes occur periodically, on Monday (July 15) struck a piece of rock. Nearly 30,000 tons of rock collapsed on the beach Saint-Jouin-Bryuneval.

Shifts in the earth began at night, and the climax was resolved in the afternoon.

Although this phenomenon has become rare since the collapse occurs more often in the winter because of the cold weather, the authorities took the opportunity to remind travelers that walk at the foot of the cliffs are dangerous.

Place collapse is relatively far from the "recreation area" and access is still open for

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Nearly 6,000 people are still missing after the floods in India

July 23, 2013. On Monday, the Indian authorities released figures on the number of people who are still missing after the large-scale flooding in the north of the country. This number is 5748 people.

According to the chief minister of the state of Uttarakhand Vijay Bahuguna, the families of people reported missing, may be eligible for financial assistance from the state. In addition to compensation from the federal government, the state government will pay each family that lost people, in 150,000 rupees (2.5 thousand U.S. dollars), according to Reuters.

With more than 4.6 thousand of those that were

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The scientists addressed the question of disposal of solid deodorant

The scientists addressed the question of disposal of solid deodorants Facts

Most recently, the company Earth911 and Unilever, the company global consumer goods and cosmetics maker Axe, Degree, Suave and Dove opened the public that they are going to be members of a partnership, the aim of which is to define the capabilities of solid deodorants, antiperspirants. In other words, companies will try, see if you can make from the used tubes from deodorants other goods, and whether it is appropriate from a financial and environmental terms.

Unilever thus wants to focus its production into the mainstream of

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