Tsunamis Can be Stopped

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A Tsunami is a monster set of waves because of plate tectonics
these waves can be stopped before they hit land.


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Tunnels – Techniques of The Tunnel Construction

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We mention the drilling of tunnels when the ones were built without removing the land which is found upon those. Another alternative consists in constructing the tunnel in open sky, with the aim of removing from the local all the material, until coming to the pavement of the tunnel.


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How fireworks are made

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An in depth analysis on the making of modern fireworks. I explain the complicated and interesting ways fireworks are made and all the different effects that are created and how they are achieved.


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Exploding Meteor Over California

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This one, however was a beauty, and when it finally blew apart in mid-air the energy released would have equated to a five kiloton nuclear explosion – about 35% of the power of the Hiroshima bomb – so the effect must have been spectacular, at the very least.


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Solar Bursts Its Peak in 2013 Race

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Solar Bursts its peak in 2013.


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The Fingerprint of Dark Energy is Identified

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If you thought gravity was the major motivating force in the universe, you were in good company. But you were wrong.


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What You Did Not Know About Cosmic Gamma-ray Bursts

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Swift satellite designed by NASA has made detecting cosmic gamma-ray bursts in our galaxy much easier than it was in the past.


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Japan: Explosions in Central Fukushima

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Two explosions took place Monday morning at the Fukushima nuclear power plant reactor three 1. 11 people were injured.


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There Was The Most Powerful Solar Explosions in The Last Four Years – See How It Affects You

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The most powerful solar blast from the past four years took place Tuesday morning when the sun dropped in the largest amount of space matter from 2006 until now.


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Going Round and Round

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The moon is slowly moving away from the earth. As the moon orbits the earth, its gravity pulls on the earth’s oceans, which causes tides. The tides actually “pull forward” on the moon, causing the moon to gradually spiral outward.


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