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North pole ice melting

North Pole ice melting

North Pole ice melting

In the last two decades the scientists have repeatedly drew attention over the danger of North Pole ice melting. Several surveys were conducted during this time and each one appears to confirm the inevitably ice melting in the North Pole area.

At first the figures were not so disturbing showing just a small acceleration in the melting process, with some solid consequences in one or two centuries. This created the illusion that the ice cap melting is not a serious threat and could even be prevented with drastic short-term actions. (more…)

El Nino effects on worldwide climate

El Nino effects on worldwide climate

El Nino effects on worldwide climate

El Nino is a natural phenomenon that takes place every few years in the Pacific Ocean. El Nino consists in a slight warming of the eastern Pacific Ocean surface and high air pressure over the western Pacific Ocean. The opposite variations in western Pacific water temperature (lower temperature) and surface air pressure (lower pressure) is called anti-El Nino or La Nina. The two climate variations occur at different time intervals, but the average distance between two phenomenon is five years. (more…)

Smoking effects on your health

Smoking effects on your health

Smoking effects on your health

It’s not a novelty that smoking seriously affects your health. Medical statistics say that over 430,000 people die each year due to a smoking related disease only in the US.

The worldwide figures are even more dramatic and the worst part is that other millions of people continue to smoke, slowly killing themselves. Besides nicotine, the cigarettes contain other 20 cancer-causing chemicals that slowly poison the human body. (more…)