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Governor Valentina Matvienko

Utilities Service of Northern capital were not able to cope with the rampant disaster. On December 20 in St. Petersburg fell more than the monthly norm of snow in parts of the snow level is 35 inches. St. Petersburg Governor … Continue reading

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Titanium

Using NuSTAR, scientists will look for clues to the conditions that must be observed in the central part of the exploding star and which show traces of elements in samples scattered throughout the Nebula, left after a supernova explosion. 'You … Continue reading

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Carl Friedrich Gauss

In a small scientific and journalistic pamphlet "trisection of the angle of the plane as it is," (978-5-91221-014-3), published in 2007 in Krasnodar (Russia), the author describes the known and unknown simple geometric constructions on the sheets Potts, including the … Continue reading

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Ukrainian Civil Engineering

In the same wildly capitalist, currently existing in most former Soviet republics, these activities should be different. But in fact, and in either case, these events have something in common, without which the new principle of distribution will not work. … Continue reading

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Fertilizers

With yields of 228 kg / ha to control gain of sapropel of 24-30 kg / ha or 10-13%, and of complete fertilizer 36 kg / ha or 16%. Thus, sapropel as a fertilizer is effectively used in an amount … Continue reading

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