Tomorrow will be a day night

Tuesday, December 21, will be the darkest day for the last 456 years.

This year, the solstice, which happens this Tuesday to coincide with a full lunar eclipse. Such a coincidence, not seen on Earth for 456 years.

This state of the heavenly bodies, has a hidden meaning in many philosophical and esoteric teachings, which emphasize the winter solstice, the shortest day of the year. This is a time associated with the rebirth of the sun.

"It's a ritual transformation from darkness to light," — said Nicole Cooper, Wiccan high priestess of the Church in Canada. "The idea is that

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Walked through the streets of St. Petersburg reindeer

In St. Petersburg, the Primorsky Prospect citizens was seen strolling reindeer. This was one of the witnesses wrote on the site "Mobile Reporter" "I saw something interesting to Petersburg" — says an eyewitness. On the evening of Tuesday 21 December, he saw near the house 54 to Seaside Avenue reindeer. "He ran to the roadway, and then turned to the right, toward the center and the cops" — told piterburzhets.

With more than a witness says that the deer on the road butted girl 7-9 years, which is saved from injury "thick coat" and vigilant mother. "On the way to

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The whole special operation to capture sharks organized in Primorye

Accession to the WTO: What to Expect

Approaching the time to address the issue of Russia's accession to the WTO. Ratification of the protocol was previously scheduled for July 4. But opposition MPs complained to the Constitutional Court because of marked irregularities in the ratification of the protocol.

The court session held on July 3 and 9 of the decision should be made public. The new date for ratification is scheduled for July 10. Spring by Grant Thornton conducted a survey of 100 companies all over Russia with the number of personnel to no more than 500 people about their expectations for the upcoming event. It

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The NPP Fukushima-1 is still ongoing radiation leak

Specialists believe that the accident at the nuclear power plant "Fukushima-1" in Japan are much more dangerous than the Chernobyl disaster. The investigation of the accident to "Fukushima" displaying that damaged the company continues to leak radiation — at least 1 million becquerels per day. But since the accident have already passed eight months. As a result, the total number of radiation released into the environment of the plant, will exceed the amount of pollution from the Chernobyl nuclear power plant. The accident at the "Fukushima-1" may be the biggest disaster in nuclear power plants in the history of mankind.

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A massive failure in Orlando

A huge hole appeared Thursday morning in the courtyard of the house on Indian Deer Road, Orange County, Florida. Failure is 10 to 30 meters in width, which is approximately equal to the size of a basketball court, and officials say that it continues to grow.

In urban services say that a hole about 15 feet deep swallowed three oak that look like bushes at the bottom. Only a few feet separating the pit from the back of the house. Family rents a house, safely evacuated

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WWF Russia companies donated nearly 1.2 million in 2012

According to the annual report on the activities of the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) of Russia in 2012, revenues in the Russian division of the fund industry executives increased by 300 thousand euros compared with 2011 and amounted to nearly 1.24 million euros, according to the document.

"Today, the share of corporate donors in the budget of WWF Russia is about 16%. WWF Partners help solve the most relevant to the environmental problems of our country and try to make your business more responsible towards nature. In 2012, WWF had supported 53 companies" — said in the report.

Financial assistance

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Launched a second expedition to study the effects of RGS Fukushima

The second expedition of the Russian Geographical Society (RGS) to assess the consequences of the accident at the Japanese nuclear power plant "Fukushima-1" went to Friday from Vladivostok in the Pacific Ocean on the ship "Akademik Shokal'skii", RIA Novosti deputy director of the Far Eastern Regional Hydrometeorological Research Institute Eugene Karasev.

The first stage of expedition, received a grant RGS, launched April 22, 2011 from Vladivostok. 28 days expedition on the research vessel "Pavel Gordienko" was held in Vladivostok in the Strait between the Japanese islands of Honshu and Hokkaido, and then along the Kuril Islands to Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky. The

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Five people were killed and three were lost due to landslide in Afghanistan

Five people were killed and three others were missing as a result of descent from the mountains of debris flows in the eastern Afghan province of Kunar, said on Friday the media Haji Nurullah, mayor of the county Manugay subjected disaster. According to officials, mudslides caused by seasonal rains, engulfed towns Sandari, Vardesh and brazen, destroying homes of local residents and turning it into a mud bog dozens of hectares of agricultural land, in which the Afghans growing rice and maize. Mudslides also descended from the mountains to the county Vatapur, but from there to the present reports of casualties

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5.0 magnitude earthquake occurred off the coast of Kamchatka

Earthquake of magnitude 5.0 occurred on Thursday in Kronotsky Gulf off the east coast of Kamchatka, told RIA Novosti the Kamchatka branch of the Geophysical Service RAS.

The epicenter was registered in the 9.22 local time (1.22 MSK) is located 15 kilometers from the southern tip of the peninsula at a depth of Kronotsky 40.7 miles under the sea floor.

Local communities Kamchatka essential tremors are not felt. Victims or damage. The threat of a tsunami has not been announced.

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