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What it is — to die

26.03.2013

 

The stories that you hear about people who have experienced clinical death, usually end with light at the end of the tunnel, memories, meeting with God and enlightenment. This is not something that happened to me … Six months ago, I was dead.

I do not have memories of the event, but this story retold so many times that I think I also saw it all. I was in the gym a residential complex with a roommate Sam. I was

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An earthquake measuring 5.5 in eastern Turkey

An earthquake measuring 5.5 in eastern Turkey, Natural disasters

November 9, 2011, an earthquake measuring 5.5 in Van province and Erdzhish where previously there was a devastating earthquake measuring 7.2. The depth of the earthquake in the epicenter was five kilometers. City residents spent the night outside, fearing aftershocks after the main earthquake, which could lead to the collapse of dilapidated houses.

According to estimates by the earthquake October 23, 2011 hit about 2,900 houses heavily damaged 27,000 homes, half destroyed 41,000 homes. The number of victims at the moment is 604 people injured — 4152 people left without homes

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Over the last decade, the earthquake victims were 780,000 people

Over the last decade, the earthquake victims were 780,000 people Natural Disasters

Of all the natural disasters 60% are victims of earthquakes. According to the researchers, the data will grow as the population of the cities located in hazardous areas, continues to increase. The number of victims is another 2 billion over the same period.

Was the deadliest earthquake of magnitude 7, which took place in Haiti on 12 January 2010 and claimed the lives of 316,000. After it is strongest tsunami of 26 December 2004 in the Indian Ocean caused by an earthquake claimed the lives of 9.1 and

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Banana republic

Official data on the U.S. Census Bureau says that in the U.S., where 80% of the population believes that the middle class, one in six Americans living below the poverty line. In fact, the situation is much, much worse.

Banana Republic is considered to be those of the country where the super-rich 1% of the population owns 20% or more of all the total property. In the U.S., 1% owns 38% of the national wealth. The Census Bureau reported at the end of May 2013 that one in six Americans living below the poverty line.

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Individual produce 135 times more carbon dioxide than volcanoes

The consequences of the eruption of the volcano Grimsvotn May 23, 2011 in the skies over Iceland (photo NordicPhotos / Getty Images).

The colossal, mind-numbingly hot, capable of spewing clouds of ash and rivers of burning lava volcanoes — a dwarf compared to the people in regard to the production of carbon dioxide.

Annually bipedal emitted approximately 135 times larger than carbon dioxide. In other words, people in three days produce as much as volcanoes issue for the year.

"The question is whether volcanoes emit more CO2, than the man — the most common in my email" —

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Siberia provides its residents work

Novosibirsk region: has the lowest overall unemployment rate in the SFO

Novosibirskstat once again published a sample survey data on employment. According to studies, the overall unemployment rate in the Novosibirsk region in February-April of this year, up 5%. This is the lowest in the Siberian Federal District, and below the average for Russia. Thus, according to the SFO during the period he was 7.7%, in Russia — 6.3%. Recall, the overall unemployment rate — the ratio of the unemployed to the economically active population. As noted in the Ministry of Labour, Employment and Human Resources, one of the positive

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Flooding in southern Brazzaville

Flooding in southern Brazzaville Natural Disasters

At least 13 people were killed in flooding caused by heavy rains in the capital of the African Republic of Congo Brazzaville. The bodies of the victims, who were sleeping peacefully at night are not aware of the coming flood, found and identified. More about the 26 people injured, after their house was hit by the wall, podtochennaya powerful streams of rainwater. Most flood-hit southern area of Brazzaville Makelekele.

The sharp rise in water level caused the spill Mfilu River, which flows through the south of Brazzaville, which in turn pulled down

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During this year in Thailand, killing more than 500 people during the floods

During this year in Thailand, killing more than 500 people during the floods Danger Zone

Bangkok government announced the mandatory evacuation of 11 of the 50 districts of the city, an evacuation of the 7 regions, as a huge stream of water coming from the center of the capital of Thailand. Incessant rains since late July have flooded most of the country and killed more than 500 people. Most of the victims drowned, and some died as a result of short circuits. In the capital of the victims so far, although in the neighboring city of Ayutthaya fatalities than anywhere

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IV Kireyevsky. On the nature of education in Europe

One of the biggest differences between a legitimate system of Russia and the West are indigenous concept of the right of property in land. Roman civil law, it can be said, the essence of everything is nothing, as the development of the absoluteness of the right. Western European social systems also come from varieties of combinations of these original rights, the basis of its unlimited and only in the relations of the public to some mutually conditional restrictions. You could say the whole building of Western public opinion is on the development of the personal property rights, and so

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Death of the West

Author —Patrick Joseph BuchananAssistant to President Richard Nixon, Gerald Ford presidential adviser. Head of Public Affairs in the administration of President Ronald Reagan. Repeatedly ran for the U.S. presidential candidates.

The book was published in 2002.

Part 1. Endangered species

Just as the growth of population has always been considered a sign of health of the nation and civilization in general, depopulation is a sign of illness of the people and society. In the present context, this implies that Western civilization, despite not all of its power and wealth, is in

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