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Travel

Sceneries of Singapore

Sceneries of Singapore

See the beauty of nature and the comforts of modern living in the bustling cities of Singapore. To get a glimse of the beautiful sceneries of Singapore, tourists and visitors can scale the Tiger Sky Tower where they can have a marvelous view of the beautiful Sentosa Island. With an excellent vantage point of 131 […]

December 19, 2010 No Comments / Read More >>

Travel

Toronto Canada

Toronto Canada

Shortly after the last ice age, approximately 11,000 years ago, humans began to occupy the Toronto region. These indigenous people opened trade with the French in the 18th century, but only through the British regime where the birth of their urban community occurs. Lieutenant-governor of Upper Canada John Graves Simcoe purchased Toronto from the Mississaugas […]

December 18, 2010 No Comments / Read More >>

Travel, Weather

Experience: Wet and Dry Seasons

Experience: Wet and Dry Seasons

Several countries experience four seasons but countries that are closest to the equator and those found on the North and South Pole will experience only two seasons – like wet and dry seasons. Countries that are known to have this kind of seasons are Cambodia, Australia, Philippines and some countries in Africa. In most countries […]

December 16, 2010 No Comments / Read More >>

Natural Disasters, Weather

The Worst Hailstorm

The Worst Hailstorm

Thunderstorms, twisters, hurricanes – they all deal a lot of damage to life and property. But perhaps the most scariest and life-threatening among these weather disturbances is the hail storm. Its immediate effect could be deadly. Hailstones as hard as rock the size of golf balls accelerates to the ground creating massive destruction. The worst […]

December 12, 2010 No Comments / Read More >>

Weather

Coldest winter

Coldest winter

What could have caused the world’s coldest winter? Can this be a result of climate change or global warming? Who are to be blamed for this? Many people believe that there is something wrong with the earth. Let’s consider what happened to the country of Russia when they suffered from this coldest winter phenomenon. Last […]

December 9, 2010 No Comments / Read More >>

Natural Disasters

The Deadly Flood

The Deadly Flood

Unexpected enormous catastrophes in the land—who are responsible for all of these? The August 3, 2010 water floods in Pakistan were considered the worst flood to ever happen in the land. This flood swallowed the entire central Pakistan and washed out dozens of villages causing 1,500 deaths of villagers from the mountainous areas. The rush […]

December 5, 2010 No Comments / Read More >>

Weather

The La Niña Phenomenon

The La Niña Phenomenon

Early inhabitants along the Pacific coast observe a striking pattern in weather conditions that create unusual side-effects: too much heat or too much rain. The condition that creates a very dry weather along the east of the Pacific is called La Niña. The concept behind the name comes from the marked disparity on the effects […]

December 1, 2010 1 Comment / Read More >>

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