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In the south-east of Spain fires burning

July 11, 2013. The cause of fires in Spain were numerous lightning hundreds of times to hit the Spanish land during a thunderstorm. By electrical discharges burned grass and shrubs Spanish province of Almeria. Firefighting plane leaving the scene was calculated to put out the fire quickly, but the strong wind that rose after the storm, destroyed their plans.

So, the hot weather dried vegetation of the southeastern province continues to burn in three locations in Turre, Mojacar and Uerkal-over. The local Spanish flora and fauna, it will destroy you, but for people of almost without risk, as

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If carbon dioxide is not dangerous, then, probably, and nitrous oxide as well?

If carbon dioxide is not dangerous, then, probably, and nitrous oxide as well? It is interesting

The last year is one of the hottest in the history of Britain, and the level of carbon dioxide has increased by almost one fifth in the last 50 years. However, all have long known that global warming — the myth created by charlatans. Does this mean that no longer worry about? Not quite. In 2012, should pay attention to the next element of the carbon in the periodic table. Triumph or disaster nitrogen began in 1912 when a pilot plant in northern Germany

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Two new tropical storm formed in the South Indian Ocean

Two new tropical storm formed in the South Indian Ocean Weather and Climate

January 8-9, 2012 in Mozambique and Madagascar have been observed adverse weather conditions caused by tropical storm "Chandra". Now a new tropical cyclone "Funso» (Funso) is formed between the two territories. The tropical cyclone has affected southern Mozambique in Maputo, the capital, causing flooding on 16-17 January. Heavy rains in the north are also referred to the effects of the cyclone.

According to the latest American Joint Naval Centre for the Prevention of typhoons by 20 the number of tropical cyclone "Funso" is located 595 nautical miles

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New images of the nebula "Snail" in the infrared

New images of the nebula "Snail" in the infrared Facts

On the new images in the infrared nebula "Snail» (Helix Nebula) looks like a huge golden eye in the sky. Pictures were taken with the European Southern Observatory telescope VISTA.

In the nebula contains a chain of cold nebular gas that are only visible in a picture taken in the visible spectrum. In such conditions, also found numerous stars and galaxies surrounding nebula.

Planetary nebulae have nothing to do with planets. This name came from the fact that many of them have a small bright disks that resemble the outer

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A tropical cyclone over the north-west Australia

A tropical cyclone over the north-west of Australia Weather and Climate

Tropical Cyclone Heidi approaches the north-west coast of Australia, bringing destructive winds and torrential rains. Near Port Headland and Karratha on the Pilbara coast of projected slides, a violation of ports and movement of ships, oil structures.

Australian government weather bureau reports that Heidi has reached the first power category. Gale recorded on the island with the mainland near Bede. The system moves to the south, and will remain in force until the middle of the day on 11 January, after which the power of the cyclone will decrease

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Eric hurricane caused flooding in the western Mexican state

July 10, 2013. Despite the fact that Pacific hurricane Eric the first category of danger after approaching the land was going down and lost its hurricane status, he could cause flooding in the western Mexican state of Nayarit. Flood victim was 44-year-old Mexican, who washed the flow of rainwater into the river flowed near Indio.

The police have information that during the movement of the hurricane on the Mexican coast, in the region of Jalisco lost three travelers. In their quest sent a group of rescuers, the task of verifying the banks of the Indio, where water rose

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Seven-point earthquake in Sumatra

Seven-point earthquake in Sumatra Natural Disasters

According to the U.S. Geological Survey Center (USGS) earthquake measuring 7.3 points occurred near the north coast. Sumatra, Indonesia, at 18:37:01 UTC. The epicenter was 29.1 km depth located in 423 km south-west of Banda Aceh, Sumatra, 537 km south-west of Lhokseumawe, Sumatra, and 951 km west of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia . The European Mediterranean Seismological Centre (EMSC) recorded the same force of the earthquake, but indicates the depth of 10 km. Indonesian sources say the strength at 7.6 points. The details of the incident and the possible destruction is not reported.

The Pacific

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Doomsday Fire: Millions of volcanoes stir beneath the oceans of the world

The volcanic islands and seamounts of the Pacific Ocean

In 1993, marine geophysicists aboard the research vessel Melville discovered 1,133 previously unsupported map underwater volcano off the coast of Easter Island. Some of them are increased by one and a half miles above the ocean floor, but most were still half a mile below the surface of the water. All this in a relatively small area of 55 thousand square miles, which corresponds to the size of the State of New York.

At the time of Geophysics increased the number of known submarine volcanoes by 10%. That was

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How much of Earth's moons?

How much of Earth's moons? It is interesting

Figure 1 The asteroid 2005 YU55 could be used to the Moon of Earth.

As of today, our planet is only one satellite — the Moon. There is an assumption that once the Earth could be two large moons, until one of them has broken in a collision with another 4 billion years ago, making the moon appear unique topography.

Researcher Michael Granvik University of Helsinki, Finland, and colleagues presented a computer model of the Solar System asteroids flight, confirming that some of them may well have been, or might become satellites.

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The hydrogen outgassing in the Russian platform. Part 2

At the end of April 2008 in Moscow at the All-Russian conference dedicated to degassing of the Earth (degassing of the Earth: Geodynamics, geofluids, oil, gas and paragenesis) we reported new data on the hydrogen outgassing, and showed photos of "mud volcanoes". And it turned out that many of the participants of this meeting, on the way to the capital saw the same thing in other areas of the European part of Russia, have seen and marveled, as in previous years, this phenomenon does not seem to be. So now the hydrogen outgassing can watch everyone, which clearly demonstrates

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