UFO is an unknown phenomenon of nature. The material world surrounding us is endlessly diverse and complex. It is not doubt that the unknown phenomena of nature are more than those understood and studied. Probably UFO is something completely new, unknown; let’s say that it is something similar to radioactivity that was discovered the last century? This view is certainly should not be forbidden and not touched. It stimulates the scientific study of UFOs, and that is why it is so important today. Recently, a message has appeared on the hypothesis that a UFO is a plasma consisting of ionized air particles and charged dust particles. The plasma hypothesis apparently explains the oscillations of the magnetic needle of the compass that is represented by UFO, as well as the fact that people who saw UFOs had the same eye irritation as when exposed to ultraviolet light. It is unlikely, however, that this new hypothesis can interpret all the characteristics of UFOs. After all, the recorded cases of observation and in clear weather, when there are no electrical discharges and without any plasma formation. The outlines of UFOs, their strange maneuvers and the multicolored glow are not at all similar to the behavior of natural plasma clots.View more
Cherry is the fruit of a woody plant that belongs to the subfamily of the plum pink family. The cherry fruit has a round shape with a diameter of about 1 cm and with a sweet and sour taste.
Among 150 known species in the world, five species were involved in the creation of modern varieties and rootstocks of cherry: cherry, steppe, felted, mahaleb and bird cherry.
Honey bees take abundant (especially in the morning hours) nectarine and pollen bribes from flowers of various types of cherries. When cherry blossoms, an approximately equal number of bees collecting both nectar and pollen can be observed.
The cherry fruit has a sweet and sour taste. Cherries contain organic acids (citric acid, malic acid, succinic acid, salicylic acid), trace elements (copper, iron, zinc, iodine, manganese, chromium, fluorine, molybdenum, boron, vanadium, cobalt, nickel, rubidium), macroelements (potassium, calcium, phosphorus, magnesium), as well as pectin substances, sugars, vitamins A, C, E, B1, B2, PP, folic acid.
While the leaves are still on a tree the thaw will drive it away no matter how much snow falls. This refers to a country saying.
According to the lowest mythology of the peoples of Europe a vampire or ghoul is a corpse rising from the grave at night or being in the guise of a bat sucking blood from sleeping people that is sending nightmares. It is believed that the vampires were "unclean" deceased criminals, suicide that died premature from vampire bites.
The vampire image is a common phenomenon for the cinema and fiction, although vampires depicted in the artworks usually have some differences from vampires described by myths. In folklore, the term is usually used in relation to a bloodsucking creature from Eastern European legends, but often similar creatures from other countries and cultures are also called vampires. A similar folklore character of the Eastern Slavs is Ghoul. Characteristic features of the vampire in different stories is portrayed differently. Some cultures have stories of inhuman vampires, such as bats, dogs and spiders.
In zoology and botany, the term "vampirism" is used in relation to leeches, bats-vampires and other organisms that suck blood fluid of other creatures.
The term "vampire" can be used to denote any mythological magical being that is a predatory parasite sucking out the strength, energy or life from the victims. Mythological creatures that act in a similar manner are often seen as a vampire pattern, even if they don’t like blood.
Landscape. Literally can be translated as "the image of the land"; it is a specific territory, homogeneous in its origin, developmental history and indivisible by zonal and azonic features. The landscape in the scientific sense is a genetically homogeneous territorial complex, formed only in its own conditions, which include: a single mother base, a geological foundation, relief, hydrographic features, soil cover, climatic conditions and a single biocenosis.
Landscapes modified by human economic activities should be divided into cultural and natural-anthropogenic. The cultural landscape is formed as a result of conscious, purposeful activity of a person to meet one or other practical needs. Natural-anthropogenic landscapes are complexes that once emerged under the influence of human activity and later develop on their own.
There are various interpretations of the concept of landscape. One approach equates the landscape with the environment (climatic and geographic conditions), which exists independently of the people living in it, which has not undergone significant and noticeable changes in the person. Another approach comes from the cultural nature of the landscape. The landscape is a "system of ways of representation, structuring and symbolizing the environment". “Ingold” describes "the landscape as the world as it is and is represented to its inhabitants." The landscape is a sample of activity transformed into a spatial arrangement of elements, external forms of models of human activity.
Emergency medical care is a type of medical care provided to citizens that are sick, suffered accidents, injuries, poisoning or other conditions requiring urgent medical intervention.
The ambulance station is headed by the head physician. Depending on the category of this or that ambulance station and the scope of its work, it may have deputies in the medical, administrative and technical, technical and civil defense and emergency situations.
The largest stations in its composition have different departments and structural units.
The ambulance station can operate in 2 different ways, daily and emergency mode. In the emergency mode, the station's management passes to the Regional Center for Disaster Medicine.
On March 5, 2010, head of the department Tatyana Golikova reported at the Russian board of the Ministry of Health and Social Development that within the next 10 years the system of rendering emergency medical care in Russia will be significantly modernized. According to her, the most important thing to do is create special units within the hospital. So, patients visiting the clinic will be given emergency care until they determine the doctor to whom the patient should be sent. In such a way, medical care will be uninterrupted. It is also necessary to streamline the system of financing the "First Aid".
The Earth on which we live is one of many planets in the universe. It means that we have some idea of the planets. But the planets around us are so different by different criteria.
The planet is a solid and cold object in the universe. The planet moves, "flies" around the star. For instance, the Earth moves around the Sun. The circle around the star, along which the planet moves, is called the orbit. If there are other objects in one orbit, then this is not a planet, but an asteroid.
The planets themselves do not shine, but they are visible in the darkness due to the fact that they are illuminated by stars. The planets reflect the starlight, and that is why it look like they are shining.
Our ancestors originally called the planet "wandering stars" and identified only five planets: Venus, Mercury, Mars, Saturn and Jupiter. The earth was not referred to them. For a long time the Earth was considered the center of the universe. Also, the Sun and the Moon were not called the planets.
Today it is known that the following planets are included in the solar system (besides the Sun and the Moon): Mercury, Mars, Earth, Venus, Saturn, Jupiter, Uranus, Neptune and Pluto.
Crayons can be of different types, such as mechanical, graphite simple and colored, chalk, watercolor.
Crayons can be different in quality and can be applied in different ways. Concentration of pigment in the core, pigment light resistance, durability and softness of the core are one of the key indicators of brand quality and its market price. There is not much difference in quality between oily / wax base crayons and water-soluble crayons. Despite this, some manufacturers evaluate water-soluble crayons as less light-resistant than those created on an oil / wax basis. The growing popularity of crayons as a drawing tool served as the basis for the creation of the "Colored Pencil Society of America" [CPSA]. This association was founded in 1990 as a non-profit organization dedicated to artists over 18 years of age using color pencils and crayons. CPSA not only promotes color pencils as an art tool, but also seeks to set standards for manufacturers of color pencils. Other countries like the United Kingdom, the United States, Canada, Australia and Mexico have formed their organizations and communities for artists using color pencils. Usually, crayons are stored in the pencil cases to prevent mechanical damage.
Pasta food is semi-finished product determined as long, fiber-like rods, products from dried dough (usually from wheat flour with water). Industry pasta can have the most diverse shapes horn-like, scale-like, may look like short cylinders and others.
Sometimes, flour from rice, buckwheat, starch from beans and other cereals are also used when making pasta.
Typically, pasta is produced by the food industry and stored in a dry form. They are boiled before consumption. Sometimes other ingredients are added when producing them, for example: dyes (tomato paste, spinach, beets, pigment, extracted from cuttlefish (ink of cuttlefish) and others), eggs, greens.
Often the term "pasta" refers only to dried dough products like semi-finished products. However, some dough products, which are then boiled in boiling water, are prepared not only from dry, but also from freshly prepared dough (for example: noodles, gnocchi, beshbarmak).
Italian pasta and some other pastry products are called pasta (Italian Pasta, apparently from Late Latin Lat pasta - "dough") - a homogenous mushy mass, but English word can have a different meaning.
There are several flour dishes, reminiscent of the Italian "dough" in the Slavic peoples’ cuisine. They include: noodles, lasagnas, dumplings, stinkers, dumplings.
The word archer recently had two different meanings. The archers were called those who were armed with bows. Masters who were making bows were also called archers.
The word archer was well known since Middle Ages. In these two meanings it entered into all the explanatory dictionaries of the English language. Over time, bows and arrows (as a kind of weapon) in European armies cease to be a formidable force, as they are replaced by firearms.
Having brought bows back to the stage, which began to serve as a sports weapon, with the popularization of archery, the old word archer also came back. Now it is not a warrior-shooter, but an "archery athlete". Archery began to deal with girls and women, who began to be called archers. This is the meaning of the word archer, appeared in the press and literature of the 60's, registers the dictionary-reference "New words and meanings". On February 17, 1966, the newspaper “Izvestia” reported the readers: "In our country there is an archers committee at the Federation of Shooting Sports." This word is registered in the "Orthographic Dictionary” of the English Language.
Friendship is a personal disinterested relationship between people, based on a community of interests and hobbies, mutual respect, mutual understanding and mutual assistance; involves personal sympathy, affection and affects the most intimate, emotional aspects of human life; this is one of the best moral feelings of a person. Friendship is worked out in the process of centuries by means of an old social communication of people. People, connected with each other by friendship, are called friends.
Friendship is studied in sociology, social psychology, anthropology and philosophy. Various academic theories of friendship were proposed, in particular the theory of social exchange, the theory of justice, the dialectics of relations and the attachment theory.
Many people suffer because of the lack of a friend or friendship. Because of this, they can develop phobias, weighed down by disappointments from a surrogate friendship, supported by a person because of a sense of loneliness.
On April 27, 2011, at its 65th session, by resolution 65/275, the UN General Assembly declared July 30 as an International Friendship Day, inviting international, state and regional organizations to celebrate this day in accordance with cultural traditions.
In honor of friendship, the asteroid (367) was named Amitsity, discovered in 1893.
Medicine are substances or mixtures of substances used for the prevention, diagnosis, treatment of diseases, as well as for the regulation of other conditions (e.g. pregnancy prevention, etc.). Medicines are obtained from a wide variety of substances by the method of synthesis, by various chemical reactions, extraction, using biotechnology, etc. by methods (including blood, blood plasma, and also organs, human or animal tissues, plants, minerals).
Thus, drugs include substances of plant, animal or synthetic origin that have pharmacological activity and are intended for the dose manufacturing.
There is a concept of "over-the-counter" and "prescription" medicines in the world practice. The latter suggest a greater potential hazard of use without a doctor's advice. There is a constant struggle between the "pharmaceutical" and "medical" lobbies (respectively, for the expansion of the 1 st or 2 nd group of drugs and the corresponding business).
State regulation is designed to take into account the interests of the population (the dilemma of "accessibility" and / or "safety" of medicines) without any bias towards the interests of the pharmaceutical or medical business.
Religion is a special form of outlook, focused on the knowledge of the Higher Being, acting as the Primordial of all that exists in the world. Religion seeks to answer the question of the meaning of life, which is paramount for each person. Unlike science, which establishes only the necessary cause-and-effect relations and impersonal laws of natural life, religion reveals to man the purpose of his being, indicates his mission in the world, a mission the fulfillment of which means the completion of a human mission on Earth. Beyond the definition of this destination, human life loses all meaning and is equivalent to unconscious animal life.
Christianity is the true religion, for Christianity reveals the Original Cause of the universe in the Supreme Divine being, defining the God as the Spirit, which is beyond the appearances of the created world. Christian theology clearly teaches about God as the All-Perfect - the Infinite, the Original, the Immeasurable, the Eternal, the Immutable, the Holy Being, which is Infinite Goodness and Infinite Justice, whose Unlimited Spiritual Being is totally different from the limited being of all beings of the world He created.
Christianity is the religion of the union of God and man, a religion that gives the person the right ideas about God in indissoluble connection with the possibility of union with Him.
"Pokémon" is a super popular media franchise, created by Satoshi Tadziri in 1996. The Pokémon trademark belongs to Nintendo, one of the largest video game developer companies. "Pokémon" first appeared as a couple of games developed by the Game Freak studio, and after that became the world's second most popular computer game series, behind only another series of Nintendo, Mario games. Based on the games, there is an anime that received a tremendous success all over world, as well as manga, a card game and other related products. Since July 2016, the Pokémon Go game the idea of which is to catch Pokémons in a virtually augmented real world (interacting with real objects all over the planet) has appeared, has received the widest distribution in the world and a serious public resonance. The very word "Pokémon" denotes a being with supernatural powers. At the moment there are 801 varieties of Pokémon. There is a Pokémon 802 number called Marshadow. This Pokémon is not present on the official website about Pokémon in pokedeks. In the fictional story of the Pokémon, people who are called Pokémon trainers train them for battles with the Pokémon of other coaches. The fights take place until one of the Pokémon falls unconscious or his coach does not give up. As a rule, strong and experienced Pokémon coaches are highly respected throughout the globe.View more
Pets are animals that have been domesticated by humans and which he looks after, providing them with shelter and food. They benefit him either as a source of material goods and services, or as companion animals that brighten up his/her leisure time. Most pets easily offspring. By conducting selection, a person can control their reproduction and the signs that they transmit to their offspring.
A large category: these are companion animals that take up leisure, are fun and free to communication. For urban residents, the concept of "pets" is more often associated with the second category, that is, with "pets". Many families, who keep animals in houses, say that these animals create coziness, soothe and relieve stress.
Pets can be kept in special premises (a barnyard, a stable, a dog booth), but they can also live inside a house. Those animals that live in the house can be either kept in cages, aquariums, terrariums and other "houses", while others (for example, cats, dogs, rabbits and even monkeys) are allowed to move freely around the room.