These places still remain away from the popular tourist routes, despite the amazing local monuments and wonders of nature.
While thinking about where to go in 2018, it’s worth choosing not only among popular locations. There will probably be huge queues and inflated prices. And, besides, there are quite a few areas that remain little-known, but incredibly beautiful and interesting. Continue reading
120-55 million years ago, India was the fastest tectonic plate in the history of the Earth, moving at a speed of 20 cm per year towards Eurasia. As a result of the collision of two continents formed the highest mountain system, the Himalayas, which continues to grow to this day. The reliable reason for such a rapid movement of the Indian Plate was never established, but now geologists seem to be as close as possible to the answers. Continue reading
The most inhospitable place on earth is Antarctica. Here the lowest temperatures are recorded and cold and strong winds constantly blow. In 1983, the temperature was registered at minus 89 ° С, and on the warmest day the air warmed up to + 15 ° С. Oddly enough, Antarctica is one of the driest places on the planet. In the central part of the continent, in the Dry Valley, precipitation has not been for 2 million years. It is difficult to believe in it, but even in such extreme conditions life exists. Continue reading
In Umbria, in the so-called “green heart” of Italy, not far from the city of Terni and at the confluence of two rivers, the Nera and Velino, is one of the most romantic and impressive places in its beauty — the Marc Falls (Cascate delle Marmore).
As is known, in Italy, literally everything is fanned by ancient myths and legends, and the Marble Falls are no exception. There is a beautiful and touching legend, according to which, contrary to the ban of the ancient and vengeful god, the nymph Nera and the mere mortal – the shepherd Velino – fell in love with each other, and this angered the powerful celestial being. Continue reading
With human biological rhythms, we are already a little familiar from our articles and e-book. The human heart beats with a frequency ranging from 55 to 85 beats / min, the lungs inhale and exhale with a frequency of 10 to 18 breaths / min, electromagnetic oscillations in the brain pass with a frequency of 0.5 to 225 Hz. Every organ and every cell in the organism it oscillates with its frequency well synchronized with other frequencies of the organism, as well as with cosmic rhythms, i.e. are in harmony. Continue reading