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Weather alter threaten Caribbeanhose

The experts are sounding the alarm about the property of climate change in parts of the Caribbean, which could exhaust the sources of eating water in much of the region, previously under intense pressure.The rise in sea levels might contaminate drinking water supplies and changing weather patterns could reduce the quantity of rainfall that reaches the dams in the on the islet of St. Lucia this week .

 The breakdown to act is not an option, said Elytra Fletcher-Paul, an administrator for the water and earth in theCaribbeanby the UN Food and Agriculture Organization FAO, for its acronym in English. Read the rest of this entry »

 
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Posted by on September 7, 2013 in Historical, Mysterious

 

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The most harsh winter weather in the last thousand years ..

harsh winter Wintry weather in this leap year will be a severe winter in the last thousand years. The main reason for this, according to scientists from around the world – an anomalous cooling of the Gulf Stream.

Citizens living in the European part of the country expects at least five days at a temperature of -25 … -30 degrees and three days with temperatures below -30. Thus, the decade of the very low warmth of our fellow citizens is guaranteed. Even more serious cold expected north of the European part of Russia, where, according to weather forecasts, cold below -30 linger for a long time.
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Posted by on January 21, 2013 in Planet

 

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On Mars-there are warm weather

Space MarsAirborne Meteorological Station REMS(Remote Environment Monitoring Station)shows that in the second half of the day the temperature is “air” is six degrees Celsius. But in general, the temperature above freezing kept more than half of the Martian day.

The first 360-degree panorama of the landing Curiosity.

Results are somewhat surprising, because in the Gale Crater, located 4,5 ˚ south of the equator, is still winter. That there is now Curiosity, sat down at the beginning of August.
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Posted by on October 3, 2012 in Galaxy, Historical, Mysterious, Planet, UFO

 

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Earth’s typical weather during the Pleistocene

typical weatherIt is known that during the period from 50 to 12 thousand years ago, the ice thickness of up to three kilometers covered northeastern North America until the middle of the Great Plains to the west and to the latitude of New York City in the south. In Northern Europe a solid ice cover reached the latitude of London and Berlin. At the same time the sea level was below the present more than 100 meters.

It is believed that such a distribution of ice masses was the result of a general cooling of the Earth. In geology, this period is called the Pleistocene. Then the whole territory of Siberia, down to the coast of the Arctic Ocean and Alaska, was free of ice, and it lived in a variety of different animals – mammoths, reindeer, woolly rhinos, cave bears and many others. So, the climate of Siberia was then quite soft.
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The world most strangest weather

weatheWeather disturbancesby the cause of Global warming are the less fascinating. Some are more explicable than others, but all are witness to the often breathtaking nature. Here are the ten strangest weather events that show what happens when nature wants to amaze us with his power.

10. St. Elmo’s Fire. Throughout history, countless sailors have claimed to witness the emergence of these glowing tongues of fire that “danced” on the masts and rigging ends of the vessels in some severe storms. These balls of light, known as St. Elmo’s Fire, there are nothing but electric shocks that occur during these storms and have targeted the higher objects of a boat.
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Weird and wonderful Weather

WeatherNew York Time reported on the changes in the assessment of the climate situation, the UN experts. Until now, it was decided to emphasize only the global warming, but recent events have forced to reclassify what is happening in the framework of the “strange weather”. Indeed, in the city of Mumbai (India) fell to 900 millimeters of precipitation per day, which caused huge losses and thousands of victims. At the same time in the U.S. and UK land remained practically dry during the winter, and many farmers do not even plan to start the processing of their lands, before considering it useless. The number of storms and hurricanes increases literally every day, and experts fear waiting for the approximation of the summer.
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Posted by on April 8, 2012 in Global warming

 

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