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DVD Review The Day After Tomorrow

by Bazza1972 in Issues, March 24, 2013

The Day After Tomorrow was originally released in 2004.

Not The End of The Mayan Calendar Doomsday! ‘

by Apriadi Peace in History, December 17, 2012

Scientists reiterated that Indians Mayan calendar end of the beginning of the new season in the world, not the end. According to the Mayan calendar, the world will end on Friday, December 21, 2012, with the end of the calendar. Many predicted doomsday scenarios, from devastating asteroid impact to solar storms.

Summer Solstice for 2012

by jpanama in Holidays, June 26, 2012

Today is the first day of summer, also known as the summer solstice. It’s the longest day of the year (and the shortest night).

Philosophy 101: Validity and Invalidity

by toto2810 in Philosophy, February 18, 2012

A quick introduction into the philosophical definitions of validity and invalidity.

Can I Make Another 30 Cents?

by Val Mills in Holidays, December 31, 2011

Help, I need an extra 30 cents in my Triond account!

Summer Solictice and Google Tribute

by isloooboy in Society, June 21, 2011

Today Google is presenting a tribute to Tim Hart and Maddy prior for their remarkable album “Summer Solictice” about the Earth’s axial tilt.

Environment Ay

by memeonly20 in Issues, June 11, 2011

Save Mother Earth.

How The 1815 Eruption of Mount Tambora Resulted in The World Without a Summer

by john smither in History, April 10, 2011

This still active volcano erupted in April 1815 in one of the largest eruptions known on the planet and rated as seven on the Volcanic Explosivity Index, making it the only eruption to have received this rating since Lake Taupo erupted around 180 AD in what is now New Zealand.

How to Find Directions with The Use of Wrist Watch

by lapasan in Issues, March 24, 2011

We can use an analog wrist watch as a compass to find directions.

Weather is Changing

by strovek in Issues, February 4, 2011

For many years, scientists have been warning about the changes in the weather due to global warming and depletion of the ozone area.

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