Danger: Tornado (Mini Article)

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Science.


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Fall is Right Around The Corner

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We may be into global warming as a trend, but it looks like a cold winter this year. Nature knows climate and she provides us with messages about the coming season. The lack of hurricanes this year (2013) indicates less pent up energy and more released energy. Energy forces of the earth are stored just like a battery stores energy and this year has been less volatile than normal.


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Meteor Crashed in Russia

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Meteor in Russia make some people curious. How could a meteor fall and cause many casualties. How the experts can predict the coming of a meteor?


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Uk’s Largest Meteorite Fall 32.000 Years Ago

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A boulder lying in front of the Lake House, a mansion in Wiltshire, England for80 years. Its existence is not ignored altogether. Until one day unfolds, the rock is a meteorite weighing 90 kilograms, with a length of 0.5 meters. The largest ever found in Britain.


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Niagara Falls

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A Brief Description of Niagara Falls.


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Phobos-grunt Fall on Sunday Night

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Phobos-Grunt, the Russian spacecraft failed to Phobos, moon of Mars, is expected to fall on Sunday (15/01/2012) night around 19:00 pm.


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Exploring The Arboretums

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One of the best places to enjoy the splendor spring, summer, fall or winter is exploring an arboretum. Here are a few in the United States which will entice you to take a peek. Ready for a walk now?


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Fall Colors

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The fall colors in Virginia are turning a little later each year but they are still beautiful.


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Glorious Golds and Rich Reds: A Visit to Westonbirt Arboretum in October (Part Five)

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This fifth part completes my account of my visit to the woodland park of Westonbirt with its nationally important collections of exotic trees.


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Glorious Golds and Rich Reds: A Visit to Westonbirt Arboretum in October (Part Four)

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Continuing my account of my visit to this woodland park with its nationally important collections of exotic trees, at the time of year when they are at their most glorious.


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