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Piranhas in the Moscow River

Global Warming — a myth invented by environmentalists, that drank bubble world, but the most that neither is a fact. How else to explain the emergence of piranhas in the Moscow River?

Until yesterday, I myself thought that the rumors of killer fish ponds in the capital — cheap stuffing yellow press, but Saturday's trophy father forced to move the rest of hair on the top of my head.

Uncle Tahir, a fierce fan of fishing (otherwise how else can you explain the fish in this dump?), The bait fished very real South American piranha in the Moscow River in

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Vietnam gardens bloom prematurely

This year, many fruit trees began to bloom in Vietnam long before expected. "We are very upset that the wet and warm weather in our region has provoked such an early and abundant flowering fruit trees, — said one of the Vietnamese gardeners. — Every year we prepare our plants, which at the time of sale should not have open flowers. So this year we will be able to sell only a small part of what was so long and hard, we were preparing for a spring implementation. "

Vietnamese gardeners worry is understandable — at the moment all over

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In Australia, the river washed a freight train off a bridge

As the channel 24 news, train, containing from 20 wagons, carrying iron ore. Now experts Environmental explore, or in river waters were not included chemicals.

High water also covered roads. The two men barely escaped, spending the night on the roof of his car. When the water level rose to a critical, people swam to the tree, where they took the rescue service.

Flooding triggered cyclone "Grant," which hit the north of Australia at the end of last week. Weather forecasts comfort: cyclone loses its force, moving to the south of the country.

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Eight hundred Irish oak tree may be the year in Europe

Growing up in Ireland, Royal Oak, whose age, according to scientists, can reach 800 years, claims the title of European wood, a statement on the website of the organizers of the contest "European tree."

The third consecutive year in Europe is an open online vote, which resulted in the organizers called the European Tree of the Year. With a greater emphasis on age is not the nominee, and its role in the social and cultural life of the local population, the associated legends and traditions. This year, the "name" of the winner will be known on March 1.

"As

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Another karst dip near Nizhny Novgorod NPP under construction

The first failure occurred in the area back in 1995. In 2007, there was a hole in the 500 meters from the site for Monakovo. Today, in the village of Chud, a mile from the construction site of the Nizhny Novgorod NPP, almost four hundred land settled by 5 meters.

New failure contradicts the statements Rosatom that karst processes in place for future nuclear power plants have long been completed.

Despite the protests of environmentalists and activists, "No nuclear power plant in Monakovo" The Russian government made a final decision to build a nuclear power station on the border of

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Hokkaido earthquake with magnitude 5.6

Earthquake of magnitude 5.6 occurred on Saturday night on the Japanese island of Hokkaido, said Geophysical Service of the Russian Academy of Sciences.

Tectonic strike registered at a depth of 60 km, the epicenter of the shock was located at a distance of about 100 km southwest of the port city of Tomakomai with a population of over 170,000 people.

Data on the impact of the earthquake have been reported yet, according to ITAR-TASS.

Earthquake in New Delhi, India

NEW DELHI, Sept. 7 — RIA Novosti, Evgeny Pakhomov. Strong tremors were felt on Wednesday evening in the Indian capital New Delhi, RIA Novosti reported.

The buildings were shaking glass rattled furniture. Many people ran out of their homes and on the streets for fear of aftershocks.

According to the TV channel NDTV, the magnitude of the quake was 6.6.

No casualties or destruction have been reported yet.

Intestinal infection killed another resident in Germany

The number of victims of infection increased to 38 people

The death toll from an intestinal infection in Germany on Thursday rose to 38 people. Earlier it was reported that in Germany, 37 cases died and one person died in Sweden.

"Despite the falling waves of disease EHEC (enterohaemorrhagic E. coli), the number of victims rose again," — said the press service of the Robert Koch Institute.

As recalled by RIA Novosti, the beginning of May in Germany were registered 3304 cases of dangerous infection. However, during the last week the number of cases decreased significantly.

Intestinal infection broke

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East USA: a dozen tornadoes in one day

June 4. At the mid-Atlantic coast of the U.S. have fallen nine tornadoes. Hardest-hit states of Pennsylvania, Maryland and Virginia. Reported flooding of several roads, hundreds of fallen trees, the destruction of homes and private boats, which issued no storm near the coast. One resident of Maryland suffered serious fractures in the crash of the concrete walls of his garage. Several other state residents escaped with minor injuries.

11 people were urgently evacuated from work when the tornado struck the Robert Morris University in Pennsylvania. In the suburbs of Washington and tens of thousands of people were left without

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Fountains of methane 1,000 m across, are beginning to erupt from Arctic ice

Russian research vessel "Academician Lavrentiev" investigated 10,000 square kilometers of the coast of East Siberia. They made the discovery that a large amount of methane rises to the surface from the seabed.

"We have found more than 100 fountains, some more than a kilometer across, 'said Dr Igor Semiletov," This methane fields on a scale never before seen. Emissions are sent directly to the atmosphere.

Earlier studies by the team Semiletova concluded that the amount of methane currently coming out of the shelf of the East Siberian Arctic comparable to the amount that comes out of the ocean.

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