Samhain or Halloween, What Is Your Choice?

October 30, 2015 9:00 am1 comment
Samhain or Halloween, What Is Your Choice?

It’s almost that time of year again when everyone will be embracing ‘spooky season’, well that is what I call it anyway. Children, and Adults too, all get geared up and wear scary clothes and do their best to give others the fright of their life, just so they can […]

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The Purge

August 30, 2015 10:59 am0 comments
The Purge

Adolescent ambitions fill stairwells in a concrete jungle, as excreted profanities plague graffiti-strewn passageways. Forgotten by time and men with power – a place of past glories. But this yearning revolt of youth catches rejuvenations’ eye. Saddened by fresh death each week in the old-quarter zone, solemnity beckons for the […]

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The Owl Experience: Up close and personal with one of nature’s most picturesque exports

August 28, 2015 4:46 pm0 comments
The Owl Experience: Up close and personal with one of nature’s most picturesque exports

Entertaining, enlightening and enormously enchanting – if you are currently sat at your computer with a cold cup of tea, desperately searching for a summer day trip that embodies all of the above, then stop that inane clicking and look no further than the Owl Experience at Ladds Garden Village. […]

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Experts worldwide think Turkish Stream gas pipeline project has potential

August 26, 2015 5:05 pm0 comments
Experts worldwide think Turkish Stream gas pipeline project has potential

The intergovernmental agreements between Moscow and Ankara on the construction of the Turkish Stream pipeline and the agreed 10.25% natural gas discount will both be signed on the same day after the new Turkish government forms in autumn 2015, announced Taner Yildiz, Turkish Minister of Energy and Natural Resources, on […]

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The Chicxulub Crater

April 10, 2015 9:00 am0 comments
The Chicxulub Crater

Sixty-six million years ago at the end of the cretaceous period an asteroid struck the earth in a location that is now known as the Yucatan peninsula, Mexico. It is one of the largest known impacts that earth has ever received and has been held responsible for the extinction of […]

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Experts: Shale Industry Development Potential In Europe Highly Questionable

March 4, 2015 10:27 am0 comments
Experts: Shale Industry Development Potential In Europe Highly Questionable

Chevron has decided to abandon its efforts to develop shale gas deposits in Poland, according to the announcement made on January 30, 2015. According to the American energy corporation, it would not be able to make sufficient profits by continuing to extract Polish shale gas using hydraulic fracking. Earlier, the […]

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Top 3 Secrets to Lower the Energy Bills in Glasgow

February 16, 2015 3:00 pm1 comment
Top 3 Secrets to Lower the Energy Bills in Glasgow

Lately, tremendous efforts have been made in Scotland to bring down the energy consumption. Although rich in energy, Scotland alone accounts to 9% of total energy consumption in UK. Glasgow, being the largest city in the state, holds a significant amount of responsibility towards the statistics. Households in the city have […]

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Tsunami

February 11, 2015 2:52 pm0 comments
Tsunami

The word ‘tsunami’ means ‘harbor wave’ in Japanese (tsu = harbor + nami = wave), reflecting Japan’s tsunami-prone history. Usually caused by earthquakes tsunamis of this nature have been known to reach heights of over 100 ft and travel at speeds of up to 500 miles per hour – almost as […]

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