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How Hurricanes Form

06th February 2012
Hurricanes are extremely complicated weather systems that can only be formed when several conditions are absolutely perfect all at the same time. Even todayís top scientists donít completely understand how hurricanes form but they do know mostly whatís ne... Read >
Author: Rick B.

Recreate The Clown Loach Fish's Natural Environment

23rd February 2011
Clown loach fish are only found in Indonesia (specifically on Borneo and Sumatra). They live in murky backwater rivers where the water may be moving swiftly or standing still. The waters are densely vegetated and there is plenty of food for the feisty bot... Read >
Author: PMane

Woman Climbs Kilimanjaro In A Wheelchair

06th January 2011
Found in the East African nation of Tanzania, Mount Kilimanjaro is known for being the tallest mountain in Africa, with a level of 19,340 feet above the sea level. It is estimated that approximately 25,000 people try to climb the mountain every year. Abou... Read >
Author: Sali3ri

Challenging Mount Kilimanjaro

09th December 2010
Mount Kilimanjaro rises emphatically from a rolling plain from hot savanna to a barren and frigid snow-covered peak. The highest mountain in Africa, it is one of the largest free-standing mountains in the world. Every trekker and mountaineer in the world ... Read >
Author: Jane Deakin

Navratri And Astrology

11th October 2010
The significance of Navratri is much more than just worshipping the nine forms of Maa Parvati, Maa Lakshmi and Maa Saraswati and the symbolism of Victory over Evil. As per astronomy and Vedic Astrology the earth undergoes two major Sun operations in a ... Read >
Author: Vinay Sheel Saxena

The Formation Of Blizzards

30th September 2010
Speaking of how do blizzards form, we would penetrate into the text of air flow. In a zone that comprises primarily of air flowing at extremely high pressure, the process of advection may take place thus resulting into the blizzards moving momentously fas... Read >
Author: Sturat Michael M

Fair Complexion and 13 Natural Tips for Fair Complexion

22nd March 2010
Everyone desires a perfect and fair complexion and even in today's contemporary world, fair skin is valued far more than a dark complexion. It is significant to consider that one is born with a sure skin color which is dictating by one's civilization and ... Read >
Author: Dr Charles Buchar

The Fundamental truth about UV Beams and Sunlight exposure

22nd September 2009
The human being body benefits from sun exposure. And a little bit of tan protects you from the sunshine. Right? Incorrect! The body does so gain from sunshine exposure. But a slight bit of tan may not needfully protect you from the sunlight. Let's disc... Read >
Author: Billy Knowles

The Chinese Dong Zhi Festival

15th April 2009
Dong Zhi, or the Winter Solstice Festival, was celebrated by the Chinese of ancient times. It was commemorated in much the same way Chinese Lunar New Year is now - with visits to friends and relatives. There is customary feasting and businesses will close... Read >
Author: Henry Fong

House Design for a Hot Climate

10th March 2009
When building in a hot climate, there are certain housing designs that can create a more comfortable atmosphere while still reducing your cooling costs. While it may not be possible to site your house to take advantage of the prevailing breezes if it is o... Read >
Author: Mel C

Ankylosing Spondylitis by Physiotherapists

28th December 2008
Physiotherapy for Ankylosing Spondylitis by Jonathan Blood Smyth Ankylosing spondylitis belongs to a group of disorders called the spondyloarthropathies, a group which also includes psoriatic arthritis, reactive arthritis and arthritis related to infl... Read >
Author: David Ravech

Is Seasonal Affective Disorder Hereditary?

03rd December 2008
Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is also known as "winter depression" or the "winter blues". This is a mood disorder that affects otherwise mentally healthy people in the autumn and winter months year after year. These people may start sleeping a lot mor... Read >
Author: Rosana Horowitz

I truly Miss Eldoret town

25th February 2008
Eldoret is a town located in the north rift part of the Kenya. It is one town that is hardest hit by the post election violence that was sparked off by the announcement of the presidential results in the Kenya's December elections. Many non-kalenjin speak... Read >
Author: magu nguru
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