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Set of glasses for champagne

Set of glasses for champagne gifts Guide

Guide to choosing eco-gifts 2012-2013 ' 10 '  

To pour a decent drink like champagne, be sure to have at least a decent wine glasses, which is what the glasses from the set BottleHood. Except for one important advantage is that the sets are made from recycled glass, they have also a second — no legs, the one constant breaking of the glass, converting it into a glass. After securing such an original set of glasses, can only buy pop and call the company. Can be purchased at a price

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Scientists will spray stratospheric aerosols over the United States to block radiation

July 20. American scientists from Harvard University are planning for the coming year to experiment spraying sulphate aerosols that block sunlight from entering the earth's surface, the newspaper Guardian.

Spraying sulphate aerosols (fine particulate matter) in the lower stratosphere — one of the most popular global geoengineering projects to combat global warming.

It is assumed that this will create a screen reflecting solar radiation back into space, and slow the rate of warming. The idea of the project came after the eruption of Mount Pinatubo in the Philippines in 1991, when the stratosphere hit 20 million tons of

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Sharp fluctuations in climate warming is likely to point to the world: the ancient El Niño clue to future floods

Science (15 July 2011) — According to the scientists' predictions, as warming around the world, harsh climatic fluctuations caused by the floods in Pakistan last year and in Australia this year, probably will continue to be the case.

Researchers from the universities of Oxford and Leeds have found that El Niño (Born El Nino / La Nina — Southern Oscillation, ENSO) — the temperature variation of the surface water in the equatorial Pacific Ocean, which has a significant impact on the climate — annotated. Interpreter) That has an influence on the warmest water of the planet from the West Pacific

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Storm Gabriel hit Bermuda

Satellite image of Hurricane temperature "Gabriel", September 10, 2013. © NASA JPL / Ed Olsen

September 11, 2013. On the night of September 5, in the vicinity of the island of Puerto Rico, which is part of the Antilles, was formed Tropical Storm "Gabriel". As a result, the island collapsed rain showers and thunderstorms.

Thereafter "Gabriel" weakened to a tropical depression and within a few days "flounder" on the western portion of the Atlantic Ocean. But on Tuesday, he again won by a storm and hit Bermuda.

According to weather forecasts, in the near future in the

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New report: Since 1997, there was an annual increase in global temperature

March 17, 2013. As reported by The Global Warming Policy Foundation, in a new report, written by Dr. David Whitehouse and published under the Fund policies of global warming, it is concluded that since 1997, there was no statistically significant increase in the annual global temperature.

After a review of the scientific literature, the report concludes that the stability is an empirical fact and a reality that defies the modern climate models. During the time that the global temperature of the Earth remains the same, the level of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere has increased from 370 to 390 ppm.

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Mini-tornado destroyed homes in France

June 21, 2013. In the east of France eliminate the consequences of what French media described as a "mini-tornado". Destructive winds damaged dozens of houses in the department of Côte-d'Or, tearing off roofs, uprooting trees and concrete poles of power lines. Around 15,000 families were left without electricity.

Local resident: "I saw this big black cloud following me, and I had time only to have to run back to the house before beginning everything started to shake."

Other local residents describe the deafening noise.

The storm lasted for only 10 minutes, but the elimination of its consequences will

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China: In Xinjiang, the snow fell, and the floods Jiangsu rain

June 21, 2013. In the north-west of China in the summer of snow fell unexpectedly. Snowfall in the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region continued all night. Pastures Bayanbulaka completely covered with snow.

Dropped about 29 mm of rain, and the temperature dropped to 8 degrees Celsius.

Although the cities of old snow caused confusion and traffic jams for people in rural areas the weather — in joy, because in this region are often drought, but now there is hope for a good harvest.

Meanwhile, in the neighboring province of Gansu — floods and landslides. Rain did not stop there

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An earthquake measuring 6.2 magnitude occurred in Argentina

An earthquake measuring 6.2 magnitude occurred in Argentina Natural Disasters

An earthquake measuring 6.2 magnitude at a relatively shallow depth of focus was in the north-western Argentina. People claim that the earthquake is the strongest in recent years, although reliable information on the extent of the damage and destruction yet.

The earthquake occurred at 8.12 am local time, near the capital of the province of Jujuy and Salta at a depth of 9.5 kilometers. In San Pedro, located 63 kilometers from the epicenter, was one of the strongest recorded earthquake shocks.

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Hail the size of a tennis ball injured residents in Serbia

June 23, 2013. On the Serbian town of Indjija for ten minutes twice dropped hail the size of a tennis ball, from which 30 people were injured, reports "Today."

Many people who were at the time of the element on the street, were injured. According to doctors, the majority of recorded minor head injuries and limb — bruises, lacerations, abrasions, but three patients suspected fractures.

Extreme weather conditions have also brought the city in property damage. So, after a hail damaged numerous cars and roofs of buildings, shattered windows, damaged crops and livestock.

Source: Details

 

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Tuvalu government denies that the people affected by drought

Tuvalu government denies that the people affected by drought Weather and Climate

Health Ministry denies information on improving health risks during the drought in Tuvalu. It is believed, however, that the country is in a state of emergency. It is estimated that water availability is 5 days. Residents of the capital of Tuvalu, Funafuti, relies on two buckets of water per family per day.

In Tuvalu, there was no rain for 6 months. During this period, there were about 30 diseases transmitted through water. Hospitals, according to the Minister of Health, prepared to combat the effects of drought. In turn,

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