Raccoon visited the Catholic Mass

He made the sermon more interesting.

Raccoon was seen sitting at the altar during the Catholic Mass at the church of the University of San Diego. He sat motionless, listening to the sermon, while people suppressed laughter. When the priest noticed the animal, he noted that he was happy, as the raccoon managed to make this sermon more interesting, reports the Daily Mail.

When the raccoon decided to jump to the floor, the priest noted that he “is preparing to make a leap of faith.” Then the animal left the church. Now the locals are wondering whether a devout animal will visit the church in a week. “My Planet” wrote about the complexities and joys of life with raccoons.

People were resettled to protect the “Russian” turtles in China

From the reserve, houses, factories and ski resorts were removed.

Central Asian turtles are very rare in China. By the way, there this species is called “Russian turtles”. They have the highest status of protected animals. Human activities have led to a decline in their population. In China, they are found only in Khochen, in the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. They organized a national reserve to save turtles and help increase their number, NCT reports.

From the territory of the reserve, entire settlements, including factories, houses and ski resorts, were moved beyond it. Remains of settlements inside the reserve will be removed by 2020. The site is home to 1000 specially bred turtles. And in the wild in China there are only 200 of them.

Foreigners at the entrance to China will take fingerprints

Foreigners at the entrance to China will take fingerprints

Foreigners at the entrance to China will take fingerprints

Recently, China has embarked on a phased implementation of the new state security plan. Already on February 10 last year, foreign passengers from the international airport in Shenzhen (southern Guangdong province) leave fingerprints, and then the rest of the border points of the country joined the program to create a fingerprint database. The last initiative was picked up by Gongbei (Gongbei Port of Entry) – border crossing in Zhuhai on the border with Macau.

Introducing innovation, China refers to the experience of other countries and the need to combat illegal visitors. Only in 2016 were detained 2770 people who illegally entered or stayed on the territory of China. In total, in 2016, the Chinese border crossed about 14.2 million foreign tourists, which is 72% more than a year earlier.

Prints must be submitted by all foreign citizens between the ages of 14 and 70, with the exception of holders of diplomatic passports and humanitarian visas. The need to follow the new rules was recalled in the airline Aeroflot, which operates flights from Russia to China.

At airports in Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, the mandatory procedure was introduced from April 30. At the airport of the Chinese capital, Aeroflot flights are serviced in Terminal 2, where 20 automatic kiosks are installed to the passport control zone. Assistance in the procedure is provided by immigration officers. After the fingerprints have been removed, the foreign passenger receives a receipt, which must be presented at the passport control.

This information is entered in the database of the migration service of the PRC, after which it will not be necessary to repeat the fingerprinting. In case of refusal from the procedure of the removal of prints, the foreigner will be refused entry.

Recall that fingerprints have long been required to obtain a Schengen visa.

11 facts about the world in the dark

As young tortoises find their way to the sea, why plants do not grow in the daytime and how much to go to a person if he decides to go through the path of the sun’s rays. It’s interesting to know and then tell the children.

Night falls and life stops. Is it? On the contrary, there is so much interesting! We collected facts from the “Great Book of Darkness” about what is hidden from the eyes of a person at night.

When astronauts look at the Earth from the spacecraft at night, they see a lot of lights on its surface – these are big cities. At night they emit so much light that its radiance penetrates the atmosphere into space.

11 facts about the world in the dark

11 facts about the world in the dark

The ancient Greeks were convinced that the human eye emits light, roughly like a flashlight.

11 facts about the world in the dark

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Sea turtles lay eggs on land. At night, the hatched babies instinctively rush into the sea – they are led by moonlight, which is reflected from the surface of the water

11 facts about the world in the dark

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Bats have very poor eyesight and small eyes, but they can transmit ultrasonic signals that are inaudible to humans. They catch the echo reflected from the objects. This process called “echolocation” helps to avoid obstacles.

11 facts about the world in the dark

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Plants grow mainly at night, because during the day they are too busy with the process of photosynthesis.

11 facts about the world in the dark

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At night the males of the field cricket make loud noises, rubbing their wings. So they attract females and indicate how large their territory is.

11 facts about the world in the dark

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Some unusual plants bloom only at night. For example, the evening primrose reaches 2 m in height. Her flowers begin to open around six in the evening. At the dawn, they are pollinated by night butterflies, and in the daytime they fade.

11 facts about the world in the dark

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In the afternoon, the pellicle astringent is unlikely to attract attention – it is an ordinary fungus that grows in groups on the trunks of living and dead deciduous trees. However, at night it starts to glow green due to a special chemical compound.

11 facts about the world in the dark

In the depths of the sea, there are two species of fish with lanterns: black dragon fish and angler fish. Female black dragon fish <…> in length it reaches only 40 cm [but] its mouth is full of sharp, transparent teeth resembling fangs, and the procession hangs from the chin with a glowing ball on its end. The small males of this predatory fish have neither teeth nor an appendage. In general, it is clear who the head of the family is here! On the forehead of the fish-angler there is an appendix with a ball that shines. With his help, she attracts prey and frightens off enemies.

11 facts about the world in the dark

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The first electric light bulb was created in 1879 by the American Thomas Edison. She worked for about 40 hours. The filament inside the light bulb does not burn, because there is no air in the glass bulb.

11 facts about the world in the dark

Stunning Montenegro: a country in which you can not help falling in love

Stunning Montenegro: a country in which you can not help falling in love

Montenegro can safely be called the planet Earth in miniature – so this small country in the south of the Balkan peninsula is diverse in the beauty of its nature.

There is everything: snow-capped peaks of mountains, azure Adriatic sea, mountain lakes, noisy waterfalls, pristine forests, canyons of fast rivers. This country is for those who are tired of the bustle and noise of big cities, here no one is in a hurry – the coastal towns are dormant in the shadow of the mountains, the cats on the piers lazily lounged in anticipation of fresh catch, fishing boats swaying on the transparent waves of the Adriatic.

We are sure that in Montenegro you find a special state of calm, fixing your head, leaving only the kindest thoughts, which are easy and joyful in your soul, because you can not be sad in a land full of such fabulous beauty.

Stunning Montenegro: a country in which you can not help falling in love

Dawn on the coast of the Bay of Kotor. Even Monday morning will be fine if it starts here. © Alice Svane

Stunning Montenegro: a country in which you can not help falling in love

All shades of green in the summer palette of Durmitor National Park. © thebalkanbackpacker

Stunning Montenegro: a country in which you can not help falling in love

Serene quay of the town of Perast. © Jackmalipan

Stunning Montenegro: a country in which you can not help falling in love

The extraterrestrial landscapes of the Devil’s Lake (Vražje Jezero). © Yiannis Adamopoulos

Stunning Montenegro: a country in which you can not help falling in love

Labyrinth of the streets of the seaside city. It’s easy to get lost here, but it’s nice. © Diana Vladimirova

Stunning Montenegro: a country in which you can not help falling in love

The islands of St. George and the Virgin on a cliff in the heart of the Bay of Kotor. © Ilia Khodos

Stunning Montenegro: a country in which you can not help falling in loveA village lost in the mountains in the north of the country. © Rasica

Stunning Montenegro: a country in which you can not help falling in love

This parking on the coast of Montenegro is more common. © Dmitry Kushch

Stunning Montenegro: a country in which you can not help falling in love

Even bad weather this edge to face: a rainy day on the Skadar Lake. © Jonathan Andrew

Stunning Montenegro: a country in which you can not help falling in love

Montenegro is a real country! They are very fond of mustached people and there is no such thing as a “homeless animal”: if the cat is on the street, then it is common and all residents take care of it. © Sarah Vickers

Stunning Montenegro: a country in which you can not help falling in love

Mussel farm near the city of Perast. Mussels, of course, then eat, but to grow in such beauty they are definitely lucky. © SvetaKhovrina

Stunning Montenegro: a country in which you can not help falling in love

In the deserted and wild land in the north of the country you can go tens of kilometers without meeting a single person. © Radisa Zivkovic

Stunning Montenegro: a country in which you can not help falling in love

A sunny morning is reflected in the waters of the Black Lake. © Leonid Tit

Stunning Montenegro: a country in which you can not help falling in love

Island Hotel Saint Stefan on the Adriatic coast. © Dvrcan

Stunning Montenegro: a country in which you can not help falling in love

The azure waters of the mountain river Tara. © SvetaKhovrina

Stunning Montenegro: a country in which you can not help falling in love

The automobile bridge of Djurdjevic across the river Tara. Those who are afraid of heights, it is better not to look down here – the height of the bridge is 172 meters, and under it is the gorge and fast waters of the river. © Dragan Todorović

Stunning Montenegro: a country in which you can not help falling in love

Trnavacko lake in the form of heart. Even nature recognizes the love of this small but very diverse and beautiful country. © nasbiro

The sunniest island of the Adriatic

The sunniest island of the Adriatic

We continue to travel with you through the wonderful sunny Croatia!

Today we set off on a sea voyage from the city of Split to the island of Hvar.

Hvar island is known as the sunniest island of the Adriatic (349 sunny days per year). The sun on the island of Hvar shines 2718 hours (compared to 2,600 hours on average in the Adriatic and about 2000 hours in Moscow).

A lot of attractions, beautiful nature and mild climate make the island of Hvar an attractive resort.

In Hvar, lavender is grown in large quantities, which has become a symbol of the island and the most popular souvenir from Croatia.

Hvar Island – the longest (68 km) island of the Croatian coastal zone – is famous for its excellent climate. Hvar is an island of grapes, olives, lavender and numerous springs. Here was found the oldest in Europe bas-relief with the image of the ship.

On the island of Hvar is the oldest public theater in Europe, built in 1612 on one of the city squares, the Cathedral built in the Renaissance style with the original bell tower, rich vestry and paintings of old masters.

The old town of Hvar was founded in 385 BC. as a Greek colony of Pharos. It is located at the bottom of a depression 6 km long. Here you can see the Greek walls, the palace-fortress of the poet of the Renaissance period, Peter Hectorovich, with a pond and arches.

The mild climate, the diversity of the numerous bays, the luxuriant subtropical vegetation make the island of Hvar one of the most beautiful places for recreation and entertainment. Because of this, Hvar was named “Croatian Madeira”.

On Hvar it is better to come in May-June, when gently-purple lavender and white-red-pink oleanders bloom. In addition, at this time, less tourists, and prices are lower.

At the entrance to the harbor a unique view opens up – a fertile hill, on top of which there is a castle with towers rising above the magnificent city of Hvar with beautiful palaces that are a rich cultural heritage of the island.

Particularly beautiful on Hvar is the theater, one of the oldest in Europe, the Cathedral of St. Stephen, the clock tower and the building of the former arsenal. This picturesque and vibrant city, with its narrow streets and squares full of life, occupies a separate place in the literary heritage of Croatia.

The main attraction of the city is the Cathedral of St. Stephen (16th century) with a bell tower (17th century). In the cathedral is the work of the famous sculptor Yura Dalmatinets “Flogging”. This sculpture is an author’s copy from a bas-relief from the altar of the Cathedral of Split. For viewing are exhibited ancient paintings and objects of worship.

Before the cathedral on the square there is a City well (1520). Supply of fresh water is difficult, so the wells on the island are treated with reverence.

Our itinerary for 7 days of travel through Middle Dalmatia:

“Moscow – Split – Trogir – Split – Hvar – Brac island (Bol and Sumartin) – Makarska – Brela – Baska Voda – Promayna – Biokovo (top of St. George’s) – Omis – Split – Moscow airport”

The weather at the end of September was remarkable: + 22-25, water at sea + 21-22 gr.

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Amazing facts about Japanese schools and kindergartens

Amazing facts about Japanese schools and kindergartens

Japan is another planet with its own special traditions and rules. So, in one of the recent materials, I talked about the most insane ways to spend money in the Land of the Rising Sun. But what about the Japanese schools and kindergartens?

Amazing facts about Japanese schools and kindergartens

Amazing facts about Japanese schools and kindergartens

1. A kindergarten in Japan is compulsory, and usually children begin to go there at the age of 3 years. Already in the kindergarten, Japanese kids master the basics of arithmetic and are able to read hiragana and katakana (syllabic alphabet).

2. To enter primary school, all children must take exams. Those who failed to pass the entrance examinations can study in the preparatory school and try again next year.

3. Education in primary and secondary schools is compulsory and free of charge. Education in senior classes and universities is always paid.

Amazing facts about Japanese schools and kindergartens

4. In elementary school, do not ask homework. But in middle and high school homework is quite large, so it is believed that Japanese high school students are the busiest people in the country.

5. Each school has its own unique form.

6. Immediately after entering the school there are lockers for shoes.

Amazing facts about Japanese schools and kindergartens

7. In most schools, strict rules regarding the color of hair. Only the natural hair color is acceptable for schoolchildren.

8. In many public and private schools, boys are not allowed to wear long hairstyles, only a neat short haircut is allowed.

9. Rules for girls include: walking without a wave, cosmetics, nail polish and jewelry (except for hours).

10. Students can only wear socks white, black or navy blue. If a student wears, for example, brown socks, which is against school rules, then this wardrobe item can be confiscated.

Amazing facts about Japanese schools and kindergartens

11. A typical Japanese class in the school consists of 30-40 people.

12. Pupils usually stay in the same classroom throughout the year, and teachers should move from class to class.

13. Schoolchildren need to learn about 2500 characters to be able to read and write in Japanese.

14. Japanese children should learn how to read and write in three different ways: the correct Japanese characters, the Japanese version of Chinese characters and the Latin alphabet.

Amazing facts about Japanese schools and kindergartens

15. The main subjects in Japanese schools are mathematics, Japanese, social sciences, craft, music and physical education. Now most of the elementary schools began teaching English. Students learn a healthy lifestyle, computer science, music, art, physical education and home economics, as well as traditional arts – calligraphy and haiku (kind of poem).

16. Schools use information technology to improve education. All schools have internet.

17. In schools, all classes are divided into small groups. These groups carry out various activities – for example, cleaning the classroom, the yard, the halls, etc.

Amazing facts about Japanese schools and kindergartens

18. Most schools encourage students to be in one of two clubs – a sports club (football, kendo, baseball, judo, tennis, athletics, swimming, volleyball, rugby) or a culture club (calligraphy, mathematics, science). Club members meet after classes and spend time together.

19. There are no cleaners in Japanese schools. After graduation, students themselves clean up classes, corridors daily, wash toilets and clean up the area around the school.

Amazing facts about Japanese schools and kindergartens

20. In Japan, children go to primary school for 6 years, to secondary school – 3 years, to high school – also 3 years, and then if they want to study in the university for 4 years.

21. The school year in Japan begins in April. Schoolchildren study in terms of trimesters: the first – from April to the end of July, the second – from early September to mid-December and the third – from January to mid-March. The so-called summer holidays in Japan last only a month and a half (depends on the school) and fall on the hottest month – August.

22. Schoolchildren are given homework for the summer and winter holidays. Usually on vacation most of the free time students are engaged in homework or participation in school clubs.

23. Usually the school day runs from 8:30 to 15:00. Previously, Japan had only one day off, but in 1992 the government amended, increasing the weekend to two days. Some schools do not adhere to this rule and conduct lessons on Saturday.

24. Schools are rarely replaced. If the teacher for some reason did not come, the students independently study and behave quietly. From time to time another teacher can look and check the class.

Amazing facts about Japanese schools and kindergartens

25. Swimming is also part of the curriculum. Many schools in Japan have their own swimming pools, where children are taught to swim for a minimum distance. Pupils who could not learn should fill the gap in the summer.

26. Each school has a nutritionist who monitors the healthy eating of students and making up the menu. Schoolchildren are not allowed to bring snacks to the school, sometimes even medications such as sweets from pain in the throat, because sweets are considered an unpleasant meal for a quick snack.

27. Within the Japanese school, students are not allowed to use mobile phones. Students can use the phone in the parking lot before entering the school between lessons or after them. If the teacher notices the phone at the lesson, it will definitely confiscate it.

28. To pass from high school to senior, you need to pass the exams. You also need to take exams at the end of each trimester and in the middle of the first and second trimesters.

Amazing facts about Japanese schools and kindergartens

29. University students drive cars. In Japan there is no such thing as a school bus. Students go on foot, ride a bicycle or on public transport. In elementary school students go in small groups.

30. The better your results of university entrance exams, the higher the probability of getting support from a large company that will pay for education in college. Then the student goes to work for this company, and the tuition fee is deducted from his salary.

Amazing facts about Japanese schools and kindergartens31. In Tokyo and Yokohama, a curfew is imposed – 22:00. Children under the age of 18 after 22 hours can not visit the cinema and slot machines.

A giant Indian and a swastika house: the strangest buildings on Google Earth

With the advent of Google Earth, satellite imagery of the Earth has become an excellent way to kill time. At the same time, interesting and strange things come across like a source shimmering with all the colors of a rainbow, a very excited giant or lake on an island in a lake on an island. Edition The Telegraph has released a selection of such findings.

The Giant Ring

At 20 kilometers from the city of Nardo in Italy is an ideally round test track for racing cars, built by Fiat, but then overbought Porsche. The length of the route is 12.8 kilometers. It has four strips, inclined so that drivers do not have to turn the steering wheel.

Coordinates: 40.335116, 17.825758

A giant Indian and a swastika house: the strangest buildings on Google Earth

Route on the roof

This unusual building in the Turin district of Lingotto was once the automobile plant Fiat (also Fiat!). Brilliant work. The cars were raised from the ground floor to the roof, where the test track was located. The plant closed in 1982. Now the building houses a shopping center, a hotel and a concert hall. The route on the roof nevertheless remained.

Coordinates: 45.032083, 7.665710

A giant Indian and a swastika house: the strangest buildings on Google Earth

Cemetery of aircraft

Most airlines are trying to regularly update their aircraft parks; Military aviation also strives for greater economy and manufacturability. Therefore, the average life of the aircraft is shorter than it seems. Where are the decommissioned planes?

Some of them resell to other airlines, and others are transported to one of the spacious cemeteries of aircraft that appeared after World War II, when the need to keep a large number of aircraft was no longer needed. One of the largest similar sedimentation tanks is located at the Davis-Monten Air Force Base in Arizona, USA.

Coordinates: 32.153513, -110.847546

A giant Indian and a swastika house: the strangest buildings on Google Earth

Park in the form of a pentagram

This very infernal facility is located not far from the city of Lisakovsk in Kazakhstan. The park was laid in the times of the USSR. Of course, the star was meant as a communist symbol.

Coordinates: 52.479722, 62.185699

A giant Indian and a swastika house: the strangest buildings on Google Earth

Cheerful giant

Atakamsky giant is an ancient geoglyph (a giant image on the surface of the earth), located in the foothill desert in Chile. In this country (as well as in Peru) there are many geoglyphs, including the famous figures in the Nazca desert.

Coordinates: -19.948855, -69.633612

A giant Indian and a swastika house: the strangest buildings on Google Earth

Color source

A large prismatic source is one of the most famous sights of the Yellowstone National Park. Along with the Excelsior geyser, located nearby, it is the largest source in the reserve. Prismatic source and Excelsior are complete opposites: Excelsior is a boiling lake surrounded by rocks, and the Great prismatic source is a calm warm pond. An unusual color of its waters is attached to algae and bacteria.

Coordinates: 44.525063, -110.838171

A giant Indian and a swastika house: the strangest buildings on Google Earth

A really big swimming pool

In the Yellowstone spring, you should not swim. But in the pool at the resort of San Alfonso del Mar in Chile, bathing places are more than enough. This is the largest swimming pool in the world, its area is more than 80 thousand square meters.

Coordinates: -33.349533, -71.652321

A giant Indian and a swastika house: the strangest buildings on Google Earth

Strange art object in the desert

“Breath of the Desert” is an installation near the Egyptian resort of Hurghada on the Red Sea. Built in 1997, it consists of 178 cones and grooves that form two spirals. The installation area is more than ten thousand square meters.

Coordinates: 27.380456, 33.632129

Guardian of Badlands

A figure resembling an Indian in a traditional headdress is in the deserts of Alberta, USA. An unusual shape of the rock cavity was discovered by the Canadian Lynn Hickox in 2006.

Coordinates: 50.010611, -110.113422

A giant Indian and a swastika house: the strangest buildings on Google Earth

Oil fields in Argentina

These strange lines are actually an oil field in the Argentine province of Rio Negro.

Coordinates: -37.660314, -68.177204

A giant Indian and a swastika house: the strangest buildings on Google Earth

Lake on an island in a lake on the island

This unusual geological formation is on the island of Luzon, Philippines.

Coordinates: 14.010088, 120.997824

A giant Indian and a swastika house: the strangest buildings on Google Earth

Bright blue ponds

Such blue lakes are located near the potash mine near the city of Moab, Utah, USA. They are evaporative pools with this chemical element.

Coordinates: 38.487876, -109.684299

A giant Indian and a swastika house: the strangest buildings on Google Earth

Building in the form of a swastika

The similarity of the Coronado naval base built in the 1960s in San Diego, California, with a Nazi (or Buddhist) symbol was not noticed for decades – until Google Earth appeared. Tens of thousands of dollars were spent on solving this problem, but it seems that it could not be found.

Coordinates: 32.676159, -117.157661

A giant Indian and a swastika house: the strangest buildings on Google Earth

Wood in the form of a guitar

Pedro Martin Ureta created this giant guitar near General-Levallier in Argentina as a dedication to his wife, who died tragically in 25 years. It is noteworthy that Ureta is afraid of flying, so that he saw his creation only in photographs.

Coordinates: -34.0164, -63.9322

A giant Indian and a swastika house: the strangest buildings on Google Earth

Naked giant

A huge image of a naked man, also known as the “Giant from Sern-Ebbas”, or simply “Rough Man”, as well as many other chalk figures, can be seen flying over the UK (or exploring it in Google Earth).

Coordinates: 50.813676, -2.474771

A giant Indian and a swastika house: the strangest buildings on Google Earth

Colored lakes of Bolivia

High altitude plateau Altiplano in Bolivia is full of volcanoes, hot springs, strange rock formations and bright lakes. One of the most noteworthy among them is the Laguna Colorado with water of an unusual shade and flocks of flamingos that live there.

Coordinates: -22.198705, -67.781073

A giant Indian and a swastika house: the strangest buildings on Google Earth

The whole world at the coast of Dubai

On the coast of Dubai, the United Arab Emirates, there are World Islands – artificial islands, forming a rather crude model of the world. Developers hoped that they would turn into a place of elite rest, but this did not happen. Fifteen years after the construction began, only a small fraction of the 300 islands were populated.

Coordinates: 25.226678, 55.164232

A giant Indian and a swastika house: the strangest buildings on Google Earth

Giant Logo

This logo can be seen in the courtyard of the headquarters of the company – the toy manufacturer Mattel in El Segundo, California, USA.

Coordinates: 33.921325, -118.391684

A giant Indian and a swastika house: the strangest buildings on Google Earth

Ayrs Rock, Australia

It’s not just a big red rock. This Uluru, also known as Ers Rock, is one of the main Australian attractions. It was compared to a huge rusty ship that rises above a deserted landscape. As in the case of ships, most of the rock is hidden beneath the surface: Uluru goes underground for at least six kilometers. The visible part of the rock reminds a sleeping monster, ready at any moment to rise on its giant feet and go beyond the horizon.

Coordinates: -25.343381, 131.036757

Inverted “Cadillacs”

America is famous for its roadside attractions. The Cadillac Ranch is one of them. In 1974, ten of these brightly colored cars were installed near the road, partially submerged in sand.

Coordinates: 35.187574, -101.987010

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Sitting on the bottom shelf _ can not be driven away: the passengers’ eternal dispute has come to an end

Sitting on the bottom shelf _ can not be driven away: the passengers' eternal dispute has come to an end

The controversy of the amateurs of traveling by train about whether the passengers of the upper shelves have the right to be on the lower ones is over. The point in this issue was put in RZD.

The user of the Pikabu portal turned to the office of the Russian Railways with an official request. In response, the service explained that people can go down from the upper shelves and be located on the lower ones only with the permission of the passengers from below.

“Travel of other persons on the places paid by the passenger is not allowed. When purchasing a ticket, the passenger enters into a contractual relationship with FPC JSC and agrees to the condition of traveling on a long-distance train on the top shelf. Consequently, the right to stay on the lowest place paid by another passenger, without his consent, is absent, “the carrier specified.

Sitting on the bottom shelf _ can not be driven away: the passengers' eternal dispute has come to an end

In comments to the post, Network users expressed surprise at this decision. They were especially worried by the question of using the table: how can the passengers of the upper shelves eat?

“A” climbers “can not use a table? Or they, like gibbons, should hang from above? “- write fans of the upper shelves.

Sitting on the bottom shelf _ can not be driven away: the passengers' eternal dispute has come to an end

Sitting on the bottom shelf _ can not be driven away: the passengers' eternal dispute has come to an end

Sitting on the bottom shelf _ can not be driven away: the passengers' eternal dispute has come to an end

Sitting on the bottom shelf _ can not be driven away: the passengers' eternal dispute has come to an end

“And people from the top all the time for some reason are sure that they have almost a double ticket. I also go only to the lower ones and do not understand why I should tolerate a half-day neighbor from the top. I want to lie down and sleep. I understand, sit down to eat, but not all the same “,” Excellent. Now the grandmother with the child can officially redeem the two lower seats and arrange terror in a separate compartment. And you stink her toe with tops and crumble cookies. Romance “, – the users reacted to the news.

Can I get out of the swamp that sucks you?

Can I get out of the swamp that sucks you?

The swamp, which sucks is called, quagmire. It can only drag out living objects. The quagmire is formed on the basis of lakes by overgrowing with a green carpet of moss and algae, not in all marshes.

The emergence of the swamp is facilitated by 2 reasons: the overgrowing of the reservoir or waterlogging of land. The marsh is characterized by excessive moisture, permanent deposition not fully decomposed organic matter – peat. Capable of sucking objects are not all swamps, but only those in which a quagmire has formed.

The quagmire is formed on the site of the lake. Lilies, water lilies and reeds on the surface of the lake grow over time in a dense carpet on the surface of the reservoir. Along with this, algae grow on the bottom of the lake. As the formation of a cloud of algae and moss rises from the bottom to the surface. Due to the lack of oxygen, decay begins, organic wastes are formed, diverging in the water and forming a quagmire.

The bog sucks in living objects. This is explained by its physical properties. The quagmire belongs to the class of Bingam liquids physically described by the Bingham-Shvedov equation. When they hit the surface of an object with a low weight, they behave like solids, so the object will not be submerged. When an object has enough weight, it sinks.

There are 2 types of immersion: under-dumping and re-immersion. The behavior of a body trapped in a liquid is subject to the relationship between gravity and the buoyancy force of Archimedes. The body will sink into the quagmire until Archimedes’ strength is equal to its weight. If the buoyancy force is less than the weight, then the object will be underloaded, if more, then – overloading.

Why are only living objects subjected to re-immersion?

All because such objects are constantly moving. And what if you freeze? Will the dive stop? Alas, this will only slow the immersion, because the living body always moves, because it breathes. Non-living objects remain immobile, so they do not completely submerge.

Overdrinking in the quagmire is the absorption of the swamp. Why does the movement of the body accelerate the immersion? Any movement is the application of force, which increases the force of pressure on the support. It is due to the weight of the object and the force of gravity. Sharp movements – the reason for the formation under the body of areas of low pressure. These areas will lead to an increase in atmospheric pressure on the living object, which will further immerse it.

Therefore, the physical definition of the word “swamp sucking” looks like this: the Bingham fluid (quagmire), tries to transfer the living object that has entered into it to a level below the normal immersion, at which Archimedes’ force is less than the body.

The suction process is irreversible. The drowned body does not come up even after the cessation of vital activity.