Wednesday, 31 August 2011

Save our Mother(Earth)

Dear Readers,
          Peoples talk about Global Warming and how to fight against it,but still 90% people not worried about the results of Global warming can be reduced by planting trees (afforestation).in the above picture my neighbor cut his trees to build his house.those things cant change and awareness for these peoples is useless.I suggest the people of the world that,before cutting  trees plant some seeds in any other place for healthy environment.  

Global Warming is an International Issue

The average facade temperature of the globe has augmented more than 1 degree Fahrenheit since 1900 and the speed of warming has been almost three folds the century long average since 1970. This increase in earth’s average temperature is called Global warming. More or less all specialists studying the climate record of the earth have the same opinion now that human actions, mainly the discharge of green house gases from smokestacks, vehicles, and burning forests, are perhaps the leading power driving the fashion. Melting Glaciers
The gases append to the planet's normal greenhouse effect, permitting sunlight in, but stopping some of the ensuing heat from radiating back to space. Based on the study on past climate shifts, notes of current situations, and computer simulations, many climate scientists say that lacking of big curbs in greenhouse gas discharges, the 21st century might see temperatures rise of about 3 to 8 degrees, climate patterns piercingly shift, ice sheets contract and seas rise several feet. With the probable exemption of one more world war, a huge asteroid, or a fatal plague, global warming may be the only most danger to our planet earth.

Tuesday, 30 August 2011

A recent Russian rocket failure could make it necessary to leave the International Space Station (ISS) unmanned for a while, the North American Space Agency (NASA) admitted Monday.
If the reason for the Soyuz capsule’s failure last week are not identified and solved by mid-November, all astronauts who are currently on the ISS will be brought back to Earth before their replacements can reach the station, NASA programme manager Mike Suffredini said Monday.
“We’re going to do what’s safest for the crew and the space station,” Mr. Suffredini was quoted as saying in the Houston Chronicle.
Since NASA’s own space shuttle fleet was grounded last month, the US agency depends on Russian Soyuz capsules to transport its astronauts to the ISS.
There are currently two U.S. astronauts at the station, for a total of six. Three of them are due to return to earth in September, with the remainder set to come back in mid-November.
NASA only completed its part of the ISS earlier this year, although it has had astronauts at the station for 11 years.