Maps – Guidance on Land and at Sea

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The orientation and navigation, the current sense, only became possible when you have modern maps. In the Middle Ages, is employed special navigational charts of the busiest sea lanes: the shores of the Mediterranean and the Atlantic.


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Trade Winds, More Than Just for Trade

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Trade winds were first used by sailors to fill their sails, making trade or commerce on the high seas much quicker and easier. Meteorologists discovered that tropical storms also made use of the trade winds to steer them across oceans more quickly.


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Visitors Flock Witnessed The Culmination of The Sun Pontianak

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… glad to see the culmination of the sun’s natural events that exist only in Pontianak …


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People in North Have Bigger Brains

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People living in the north of the equator have bigger brains than those staying in the south, says a study. Does this means the people in North are smarter than those living in South. Unfortunately the answer is no. They need big brains to see well.


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The Further Humans Live From The Equator The Bigger Their Brains

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This has however, nothing to do with their intelligence. The bigger brains of the Northerners were purely an evolutionary outcome occasioned by the distance from the sun, cloudy skies, dull weather and long winters.


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The Majestic Sun

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We tend to ignore the presence of the Sun so long as it does not burn us. We hardly realise that the fiery orb is more majestic than our imagination can take though it is, as astrologers will say, an ordinary star.


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Do You Know Environment?

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The world today is economically richer and environmentally poorer than ever.


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Temperature

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A measure proportional to the average translational kinetic energy associated with the disordered microscopic motion of atoms and molecules. The flow of heat is from a high temperature region toward a lower temperature region.


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The Winds in The Equator

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The wind is an air that is moving horizontally. The air always move from the area with a higher pressure going to the are with a lower pressure.


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The Portuguese Man-of-war

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It is commonly thought that the man-of-war is a jellyfish, however it is actually a colony of polyps. Read on.


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