Monthly Archives: March 2018

7 Environmental Problems We Are Facing Today

The environmental problems that we are currently facing are all man-made; we may not be aware of it but it is a fact that we have ignored because we are too busy with our daily routine that sometimes our lack of awareness has affected the environment. First among the environmental problems that we have to consider is the global warming. ...

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Ways to Test the Quality of Deionized Water

There are different types of pure water but two among the most commercially popular are distilled and deionized water. Generally they are the same in the sense that both don’t contain ions and minerals and are essentially just water. Nonetheless, the maintenance of their quality depends on how buyers store them. Many people don’t understand what deionized or DI water ...

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The World's Weather Is Changing, Our Seasons Are In Turmoil, and We Still Do not Get It

One of the principal signs of global warming is the frequency of adverse weather conditions. As global warming lasts to gather momentum, average temperatures across the globe will increase and occurrences of extreme weather will become ever more commonplace. Changes in our normal weather patterns, has far reaching consequences, for our weather governs the seasons, and as our seasons become ...

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Is it gonna blow? Measuring volcanic emissions from space — ScienceDaily

Late last month, a stratovolcano in Bali named Mount Agung began to smoke. Little earthquakes trembled beneath the mountain. Officials have since evacuated thousands of people to prevent what happened when Agung erupted in 1963, killing more than 1,000 people. Before volcanoes erupt, there are often warning signs. Tiny earthquakes rarely felt by humans but sensed by seismographs emanate from ...

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Is Your Child Intuitive, Psychic, Or Have Medium Abilities?

Do you have children with "different" abilities? If you are new to the idea of ​​sensitive children or indigo children, you may need to know the difference between intuitive, psychic and mediumship abilities. Many children coming into the world now are coming with an acute sense of awareness. Not only with physical things, but with meta-physical things. By that, I ...

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Vast Dust Storms in the Sahara : Image of the Day

In late March 2018, North Africa endured a maelstrom of sand, with far-reaching effects. Dust from the Sahara spread north into Europe last week, coating ski slopes and Mediterranean cities in orange particles. In western Africa, tons of dust blew out over the Atlantic, perhaps headed for the Americas. Even by the standards of the desert interior of Africa, the ...

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What is Water Pollution?

Of late, world has been facing with many environmental concerns in recent years. In the last couple years environmental problems have garnered lot of attention and has been the thrust into the forefront of media coverage. One of the hottest topic of environmental concern with lot of talks has been the Water Pollution So what is water pollution? Water pollution ...

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FlyView Takes You Flying Over Paris at One-of-a-Kind Virtual Reality Attraction

To view the Multimedia News Release, please click: https://www.multivu.com/players/uk/8299251-flyview-paris-virtual-reality-attraction/ This permanent attraction makes possible to fly over the world’s most beautiful city, a dream come true for millions of people.   Take Off from a 1,000 m² (11,000+ sq. ft.) Launch Area at Place de l‘Opéra in Downtown Paris  Visitors enter FlyView from Place de l’Opéra, they will arrive in ...

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Industry is leaking huge amounts of microplastics, Swedish study shows — ScienceDaily

Millions of plastic pellets are leaking out into the environment from a manufacturing site in Stenungsund. This has been shown by a new study conducted by researchers at the University of Gothenburg. Despite several international and national sets of regulatory frameworks, the leaking continues. The problem of plastic pellets in marine environments has been reported since the 1970s and the ...

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