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The total water content of Earth and the atmosphere is about 1.36 billion km3 (326 million cu miles). This works out at about 7.5 million liters (1.65 million gallons) of water for each person on Earth today. Human use of water is increasing each year.
Published by Mr Ghaz 88 months ago in Weather & Meteorology | +14 votes | 4 comments
The International Date Line is an imaginary line at 180 Degree longitude. Cross it heading westwards and you gain a day, heading eastwards you lose a day.
Published by Mr Ghaz 88 months ago in Weather & Meteorology | +3 votes | 4 comments
In many myths the winds are personified and often deified, reflecting their importance in agricultural and seafaring societies.
Published by Mr Ghaz 88 months ago in Weather & Meteorology | +13 votes | 6 comments
The Monsoon season in India is dominated by the humid southwest summer showers , which slowly sweeps across the country beginning in late May or early June spreading across the country ,lasting from June to September
Published by Kiran 91 months ago in Weather & Meteorology | +13 votes | 9 comments
Intense hurricanes often hit the United States. Here are the ten most intense hurricanes to ever hit the United States.
Published by Sam Montana 91 months ago in Weather & Meteorology | +36 votes | 10 comments
Flash floods kill an average 100 Americans each year. There have been some disastrous flash floods in US history. Here is a look at some of the worst.
Published by Sam Montana 92 months ago in Weather & Meteorology | +34 votes | 13 comments
Solar storms are a naturally occurring phenomenon that happen in eleven year cycles. These cycles the Sun goes through could possible have damaging results on our planet.
Published by Shayla Mack 94 months ago in Weather & Meteorology | +1 votes | 1 comments
These beautiful noctilucent clouds once rare are being seen more often and at lower latitudes. Scientists think noctilucent clouds could be a sign of global climate change. What are these clouds and why are they being seen more often.
Published by Sam Montana 95 months ago in Weather & Meteorology | +27 votes | 7 comments
How tornadoes are predicted days or hours in advance is not easy. There are numerous ingredients that cause tornadoes and go into predicting the possibility for tornadoes.
Published by Sam Montana 95 months ago in Weather & Meteorology | +16 votes | 7 comments
Whenever a lightning bolt strikes the ground with a sandy soil, the creation of fulgurites (petrified lightning) is possible...
Published by thestickman 96 months ago in Weather & Meteorology | +8 votes | 9 comments
The Eastern United States and parts of Europe have just gone through one of the worst winters in history. Was it because of El Nino and what is El Nino.
Published by Sam Montana 97 months ago in Weather & Meteorology | +17 votes | 10 comments
Interesting weather phenomena occur every day in many areas of the world. Here is a brief look at some of them that you may have seen.
Published by Chris Goff 97 months ago in Weather & Meteorology | +3 votes | 2 comments
Facts about tornadoes in the US and instructions on how to prepare for them in various locations.
Published by Daniel Snyder 97 months ago in Weather & Meteorology | +6 votes | 0 comments
Devastating earthquakes - Haiti 7,3 magnitude last month, currently Chile 8,8 magnitude - where can we expect it to happen next? San Francisco?. Record-breaking tsunamis. Category 5 hurricanes. Spiking global temperatures. Ice Caps melting at the Poles, pollution reaching unprecedented peaks, never ending war tensions.
Published by Colin Dovey 98 months ago in Weather & Meteorology | +22 votes | 17 comments
More earthquakes eruptions around Haiti region
Published by Mariana Hernandez 99 months ago in Weather & Meteorology | +1 votes | 0 comments
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