The water level in the Chinese rivers dangerously high

The water level in the Chinese rivers dangerously high danger zone

The longest waterway of the Yangtze River in China recorded a record high water levels caused by the constant rainfall. For coastal flood hazard exists, the movement of ships and boats on the river difficult. From the 46 to 56-thousand increased the volume of water flowing over the dam, "Three Gorges", which raised the water level at 2 meters.

The dam has already launched emergency mechanisms to protect and control the water flow, as meteorological forecasts for the central and eastern parts of China are predicting rain

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Canada: Professor opened the sixth sense

10.02.2004

10.02.2004

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Interesting possibilities thirds of humanity discovered the famous Canadian psychologist: people may notice something not knowing what. Visible, but in this case — not visible. This ability is called a conscious visual perception and even a sixth sense. The scientist himself until he has no idea what

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In northern India and Bangladesh was a flood

In northern India and Bangladesh was a flood Natural Disasters

Exacerbation during the monsoon rains caused flooding in northern and eastern India. 2.2 million people were forced to evacuate, 500,000 are in the specially equipped camps. 16 people were killed by a landslide layers of dirt, just a week killed 81 residents, some of them were drowned, along with boats. 11 people remain missing.

Suffered the most well-known for its mountain tea and rice plantations in Assam, which borders with Bhutan and Bangladesh. There is strongly increased the level of water in the river Brahmaputra and 26 of

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A volcanic eruption in Colombia has caused the evacuation of the population

A volcanic eruption in Colombia has caused the evacuation of the population with natural disasters

After the eruption of Nevado del Ruiz in Colombia in need of immediate evacuation of nearby residents groups. This event revived the memories of the memories of what happened in the 1985 eruption, which killed tens of thousands.

The area of the volcano in the central Colombian Andes mountain range declared a high risk, and people leave the territory. While volcanic activity began to subside, emergency services have convinced 4800 people of the province of Caldas and Tolima to move to a safe

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On the east of North America Hurricane

On the east of North America Hurricane Natural Disasters

Hundreds spetsrabochih trying to fix power lines damaged by a powerful hurricane. At the moment, more than 3 million people are without electricity and can not use any refrigerators or air conditioning, while the air temperature is +38 ° C, and the Baltimore and Washington, DC to +40.

The streets of cities and towns inundated with broken trees and the ruins of buildings, driveways blocked with a damaged machine, which only complicates the restoration of electricity supply to survivors of the invasion derecho — horizontally moving storm, capture more

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The drought came to the central and eastern provinces of China

The drought came to the central and eastern provinces of China Weather and Climate

Eastern province of Anhui and central Hubei experiencing extremely dry weather conditions. Hundreds of people in these parts of China are experiencing a shortage of drinking water, let alone water for other purposes. From May 2012 to the north of Anhui fell only 26 mm of rainfall, which is the lowest in the history of the province. Hundreds of hectares of crops completely destroyed the lack of moisture.

Along the banks of a dry river Vohe on line 3 km long left over a

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Enchanted places no witches — Mystery of Time

12.02.2004

12.02.2004

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"In fact, what is known is not good, One unknown need. " (Johann Wolfgang von Goethe).

One of the most common misconceptions of our time says: Time constant everywhere.

But … if that were the case, our home planet would

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Tragedy in Uganda landslide

Tragedy in Uganda landslide Natural Disasters

A landslide in the East African country, presumably buried under tons of mud about 450 people living in three villages on the slopes of Mount Elgon. The death of 30 of them officially confirmed. The fact that the landslide occurred after heavy rains in the afternoon, has significantly reduced the number of deaths.

At the moment, attempts are being made to evacuate the survivors of 178 people to a safer area for permanent residence, but many villagers, despite the risk of a landslide re refuse to leave their homes

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How not to suffer from the miracle workers?

14.02.2004

14.02.2004

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As practice shows, is useless to convince people that there are no miracles, while they themselves are not convinced. Every miracle has its material explanation. But to give all incomprehensible "supernatural" interpretation is much simpler: according to this principle and work our so-called magicians and sorcerers. Their

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Flooding in British Columbia grows

Flooding in British Columbia grows Natural Disasters

Hundreds of residents of the Canadian province were forced from their homes, dozens left without access to safe drinking water due to flooding caused by the past few days ago by rain. Reported a lost old man who fell down the water along with the bridge over the bay, Guus, support which was washed away by water.

Most flood-affected communities north of Kelowna called Sikamaus with a population of 3,100 people. 350 people had to undergo an emergency evacuation due to the waxing crazy pace of water in bays and Sikamaus

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