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Pakistan Black Mulberry Trees can thrive in intense heat, bad soil conditions and even droughts. They can bear berries up to five inches in length. Purchase your Mulberry tree with us at www.tytyga****.
16 Sep 2009
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mankind is causing global warming is far from being a proven fact. man-made emissions of greenhouse gases have increased, largely as a result of the burning of fossil fuels and deforestation. Climate change causing intense heat waves,floods,tsunami. India is being hit by more intense and longer heat waves that are taking a higher toll than usual on lives and the environment, says a report in the latest issue of Down to Earth magazine. Could this be another signal that climate change is aleady impacting the country, it asks. In March-April, over 70 people reportedly died in Orissa due to sunstroke, with mercury soaring to 46 degree centigrade in April in some cities. The state’s health machinery was caught napping. In West Bengal, the heat wave killed nine. ‘Abnormal’ dry spells and dust storms swamped Guwahati in Assam, while the entire Malwa region in Madhya Pradesh reeled from a severe water stress. Khurda is the worst affected district in Orissa, with 10 sunstroke deaths reported. Photo: Agnimirh Basu What is wrong with the weather, asks the report. According to the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD), disturbances in the air circulation pattern over India led to mercury soaring across the country. Circulation of air helps distribute heat over the earth. The cyclonic storm, Bijli, which formed in the Bay of Bengal in mid-April, cut off the cool easterly winds blowing in from the Bay of Bengal. To add to it, an anticyclone hovering around Rajasthan blew hot winds from north–west to central and western India. Some scientists have attributed the heat wave to an exceedingly dry winter, while others have pointed to the unusual heating of the Tibetan Plateau – which was two degrees warmer than normal in February this year. The IMD also points to the lack of winter cyclones that form in Bay of Bengal and provide rains to the north-east, as a reason. The Down To Earth report quotes A K Srivastava, a scientist at the department’s Pune centre: “Tropical cyclones in the peak cyclone months of May and November have increased, while those occurring in the rest of the year have decreased.” Earlier warming An IMD study has compared the number, duration and spread of heat waves from 1971 to 2000 recorded in 35 sub-divisions across the country. The study says that on average, almost 23 of these areas were hit by heat waves between 1991 and 2000, while 10 sub-divisions were hit in 1981-1990 and only about 7 were hit in 1971-1980. The study also says that 25 sub-divisions went through more than 15 spells of heat waves in 1991-2000, compared to only two in the previous two decades. Notably, the decade 1991-2000 has been the warmest in the last 140 years. Meteorological data shows that March and April have been warming faster in the last 100 years. The average temperature for March has increased by 0.76 degree centigrade over the last century; that for April has increased by 0.58 degree centigrade. "While governments sleep over these very visible trends, more intense and longer heat waves are taking a higher toll. Is climate change more imminent than thought of? the people asks.
4 Mar 2010
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Ramadan (Arabic: رمضان, Ramaḍān) is a Muslim religious observance that takes place during the ninth month of the Islamic calendar, believed to be the month in which the Qur'an was revealed to Angel Gabriel which later was revealed to Prophet Muhammad(Peace Be Upon Him). It is the Islamic month of fasting, in which Muslims don't eat or drink anything from dawn until sunset. Fasting is meant to teach the person patience and humility. Ramadan is a time to fast for the sake of God, and to offer even more prayer than usual. Also, asking forgiveness for the sins of the past, asking for guidance in the future, and asking for help with refraining from every day evils and try to purify oneself through self-restraint and good deeds is involved in Ramadan. The name "Ramadan" is the name of the ninth month; the word itself derived from an Arabic word for intense heat, scorched ground, and shortness of rations. It is considered the most venerated and blessed month of the Islamic year. Prayers, sawm (fasting), charity, and self-accountability are especially stressed at this time; religious observances associated with Ramadan are kept throughout the month. Before the Fasts of Holy Ramadan were made obligatory by Allah Almighty, Holy Prophet PBUH used to fast on 10th of Moharram, as on this Date Pharaoh drowned in the Sea,but after the revelation from Allah Almighty, Holy Prophet PBUH left the Fast of 10th Muharram and started Fasting during the Month of Ramadan and asked his followers to observe fast during the Holy Month. Revelation of Holy Quran also started during this Month, and it took 23 years to complete. Every Year Hadhrat Gabriel came from one complete round of whole Quran until the 23rd year when he did it twice and this was how Hazrat Muhammad PBUH knew that his last days are near. Laylat al-Qadr, which falls during an odd night in the last 10 days of Ramadan(so it can be either the 21, 23, 25, 27, or the 29 of Ramadan), considered the most holy night of the year in which the Quran was sent down to Gabriel. Ramadan ends with the holiday Eid ul-Fitr, on which feasts are held. During the month following Ramadan, called Shawwal, Muslims are encouraged to fast for a further six days.
13 Aug 2010
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Take a tour of Old Town of Ghadames in Ghadames, Libya – part of the World’s Greatest Attractions travel video series by GeoBeats. There is much to distinguish the town of Ghadames from its surrounding environment in Libya. The town is an oasis on the edge of the Sahara Desert, and maintains a unique architectural style and layout. The multi-story buildings are built with limestone, mud and palm wood, protecting the people from the intense heat and cold. This region was once an important center of trade and was thus occupied by the Roman Empire and later Muslim Arabs. As a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the old part of Ghadames stands as an impressive example of a pre-Saharan civilization and a present- day Arab community. In this town most houses have open air connected roof terraces.
4 Mar 2011
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Picking Fruits for Your Microclimate - as part of the expert series by GeoBeats. Picking Fruits for Your Microclimate A micro-climate is basically the weather patterns that hit your specific geography. So, for example, in Palos Verdes where I live, uh, the micro-climate on the east side of the hill is vastly different than the micro-climate on the east side of the hill where they get a lot more fog coming off the ocean. If you can't find an expert that will tell you exactly what works best... , is try something. If it doesn't work this year, try something different the next year. In southern California, for example, the micro-climate here doesn't get very many chill hours and it's very important to find low chill variety of trees that have a very short requirement for dormancy phase. If you grow varieties that are not low chill, you will not sometimes get any fruit at all, or, if you do get fruit it will be substandard, won't taste very sweet... . So, you need to talk to someone who knows about low chill or just specifically search out low chill, especially for trees. In Massachusetts, the types of crops you can grow there are totally different. For example, blueberries do really well there, but, here you need to get low chill varieties of blueberries. So, in California, make sure you look for low chill varieties for your fruits. And, especially things like your fruit trees, blueberries... , strawberries... , things that do well in coastal climates. You have to specifically ask the grower, Does this do well on the coast? Uh, some things do better inland, for example, citrus likes to have a lot of heat during the day to get the fruit ripe and on the coast here we don't get a lot of heat. And, so, there's certain varieties that do better, uh, without very much intense... , intense heat. And that's when you have to talk to your University of California Extension Service, or, an expert like me to get an answer on exactly which varieties are those that do best on the coast. So, basically, you need to handle your micro-climate by choosing varieties that either your Extension Service tells you should try, or, the nursery that's near you is recommending. Or, you can do it by trial and error. Just plant something. See if it works. If if doesn't, rip it out and next year try something that does work.
14 Jul 2011
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*******www.youtube****/watch?v=2L7Y925e2OQ Chic Awning and Shutter Concepts 3484 Boul. Des Sources Suite 247 Dollard Des-Ormeaux, QC H9B 1Z9 514-489-8900 Congratulations, you have survived another Quebec winter couped up inside your home. You have invested much time and money into making your backyard into an oasis for you and your family only to have it limited by the intense heat of the sun and the days of light rain. How can you enjoy your summers with your family with this intense weather. There is a way to escape the heat and dangerous UV rays of those lazy, hazy days of summer. And you can also enjoy your back yard with your family during the periods of rain that often spoil an afternoon of pleasure. Install a retractable awning from Chic Awnings. Retractable awnings protect you and your family from the intense UV sunlight and heat. A retractable awning provides shelter from the summer rain so you can entertain outside regardless of what mother natures throws your way. And on those perfect summer days, retract your awning and enjoy the moment. A retractable awning is like adding another room to your home. *******g***/maps/g4gce Call today to find out how you can enjoy more of your summer in your backyard. Call Chic Awning at 514-489-8900 *******www.chicawnings****
13 Jun 2012
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This animation is last time. It is KEROCKETS as the second step of a CM animation of "the right way lecture to be used". A viewpoint is applied to a player and it is made. It is the WEB service which there is also a swimming suit play, and it is !?, and is sulky about a its room like the actress in the summer of such intense heat, and w "KEROCKETS" makes a game and contents on WEB (on a browser), and shares it between users. The user can share the music file used as the picture of the photograph used for it, or an illustration, BGM, or SE as well as a game. "Game CGM" which builds various games, is shared all together and enjoyed using the material which the user made It is "KEROCKETS"! *******www.kerockets.jp/
14 Aug 2012
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"*******www.oxygenconcentratorstore****/reference-material/travel-tips/ Welcome to American Medical… offering the highest quality brands of home and portable oxygen concentrators. This video will explain the basics of traveling in a car with your oxygen concentrator. All of our portable concentrators come with a DC power supply that plugs into an automobile cigarette lighter. Several of our units charge the battery under this DC power. One portable oxygen concentrator, the SeQual Eclipse 3, requires that you remove the battery from the unit while operating it in the car. By leaving the battery in the unit, you can draw too much on the vehicle’s own battery. This will result in a depleted car battery. During warmer months, the inside of a car can reach temperatures of over 100 degrees Fahrenheit. It is not recommended that you leave your unit in a hot car when not in use. Many of the portable oxygen concentrators have sensitive technology that could be damaged by being exposed to intense heat for a long time. You may speak to one of our sales technicians for information specific to your unit. Please contact us regarding any questions you have about traveling by car with an oxygen concentrator. When you breathe easier, we breathe easier. American Medial Oxygen Concentrator Store 7042 S Revere Parkway, Suite, #450 Centennial, CO 80112 *******www.oxygenconcentratorstore****/reference-material/travel-tips/ 1-877-303-9315"
11 Oct 2013
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Charcoal has been used since earliest times for an outsized range of functions including art and medicine, however, its most significant use is as a scientific discipline fuel. Charcoal is the traditional fuel of a blacksmith's forge and different applications where an intense heat is needed. Charcoal was also used traditionally as a supply of black pigment by grinding it up. Within the form, charcoal was necessary to early chemists and was a constituent of formulas for mixtures like black powder. As a result of its high surface area charcoal are often used as a filter, and as a catalyst or as an adsorbent.
13 Jun 2017
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Intensive Heat Massage Oils from Peeled Orange relieves pain muscle stiffness and inflammation of joints. Our Joint care products help with circulation and mobility
14 Feb 2018
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How A Pencil Is Made - How To At the Pencil Factory a “Groover machine” cuts grooves into the slats to accept the writing core (or “lead”). Writing cores – made from a mixture of graphite and clay – are placed into the grooves. Coloring pencils may use wax-based cores while many other formulations are used in cosmetic pencils. 12 Steps to Pencil Perfection............ STEP 1 Chunks of graphite (a soft, dark mineral) and clay are placed inside a huge rotating drum. Large rocks inside the drum crush the graphite and clay into a fine powder. Then water is added, and the mixture is blended in the drum for up to three days. STEP 2 A machine squeezes all the water out of the mixture leaving behind a grey sludge. Here, a worker puts the sludge in a cabinet where it air dries and hardens for four days. STEP 3 Huge wheels grind the dried sludge into another fine powder, and water is blended in again to make a soft paste. STEP 4 The paste is pushed through a metal tube and comes out in the shape of thin rods. The rods are cut into pencil-length pieces, called leads, and sent along a conveyor belt to dry. STEP 5 After drying, the pencil leads are put into an oven heated to 1,800 degrees F. The intense heat makes the leads smooth and hard, which makes for good writing points. STEP 6 In another part of the factory, the wood is prepared. Machines cut blocks of Incense Cedar Wood, a renewable resource, into wide slats. Eight shallow grooves are sawed lengthwise into each slat. STEP 7 A thin coat of glue is applied to the slats, and one pencil lead is placed into each of the eight grooves. Within seconds, another wide grooved slat is glued on top, sandwiching the leads. STEP 8 When the glue dries, the slats are fed through a cutting machine. Fast revolving steel blades trim the wood into round or hexagonal shapes, one side at a time. STEP 9 The same machine cuts apart each slat into eight separate pencils. STEP 10 The pencils are sanded, and each one receives from five to eight coa
3 Sep 2018
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