• 4


    Cold lava flood

    Yogyakarta City Government as of yet know how big the loss suffered by citizens due to the cold lava flood that hit the city of Yogyakarta, especially residents who live along the banks of river Kali Code. This time it tipped on Mount Merapi. “We definitely have not gotten reports of casualties either sick or died from the Code River overflowed,” said Haryadi Suyuti, Deputy Mayor of Yogyakarta, on Monday night 29 November 2010. Although not yet received a report with certainty the amount of losses and human casualties, but the municipal government of Yogyakarta has alerted all the needs, particularly for health and food supply for residents whose homes had flooded. “The officer also is conducting data collection on the physical condition of the bridge foundations are wo
  • 3


    Plume of thick black smoke

    Volcanic ash of Mount Bromo has been seen Tuesday morning heading north or Probolinggo district. Based on observations at the peak of Cemorolawang, Ngadisari, Sukapura reported, colored volcanic plume of thick black smoke that leads to Probolinggo is clearly visible at around 04.00 pm. Smoke volcanic ash resulted rain Ngadisari thin around the village which is located 3 kilometers from the direction of Mount Bromo. Ash rain makes the car parked at a number of hotels; one hotel Lava View looks dirty dust. So did a number of trees whose leaves are starting to look dirty due to dust. “The jacket I was just too dirty quickly,” said one visitor Wawa. Nevertheless, he continued, it did not make the visitors stopped to see the beauty of the smoke of Mount Bromo. Thea number of visit
  • 29


    At the line of gravity

    This study of the experts is about natural phenomena that occur before and after the earthquake. Thomas Djamaluddin, Researcher Astronomy, Astrophysics Institute of Aeronautics and Space Agency (LAPAN) - in his blog - launch that has not been found despite scientific evidence the relationship between the full moon with an earthquake, but the relationship between the full moon and volcanic eruption has been identified. Around the new moon and full moon, he added, in the ocean tides are usually higher. Why? Because gravity is the moon and the sun is at the line of gravity parallel. Sea water was getting high tide, when the distance between the moon and sun, in the position closest to the earth. When the tidal effect is reinforced by meteorological effects, such as strong wind gusts for exam
  • 2


    Rehabilitation of coral

    Office of Marine and Agricultural District Thousand Islands budgeted 3 billion Rupiah to rehabilitate damaged coral reefs. Recorded, at least 50 percent of the 4750 hectares of coral reefs are now very poor condition. It was stated the Head Office of Marine and Agricultural District Thousand Islands, Liliek Litasari, Monday, July 26, 2010. He added that the current area of remaining coral reefs and can be used for tourism and scientific research, live 2375 hectares. Rehabilitation of the government, said Liliek, one of them through the transplant. That is a way to put a living coral reef is already dead. He hopes, is effective to repair the damage. Separately, Head of Maritime Affairs and Agriculture Jakarta, Ipih Ruyani, reveals coral reef rehabilitation programs have been started since
  • 26


    Lunar Eclipse

    Indonesian people have a rare opportunity to view the partial lunar eclipse will take place tomorrow, Saturday, June 25, 2010 from 17:15 o’clock pm until 20:00 pm. Lunar eclipse will reach the point at 18:40 am partial. “Moon itself will be published at around 17:40 pm so when terbitpun already eclipse,” said Head of Bosscha Observatory, Judge sloth, Friday, June 25, 2010. Judge explains lunar eclipse will last about two hours. Maximum point of 50 percent month on the earth’s shadow will be at 18:40 pm. Earth’s shadows gradually leave the moon at 20:00 pm. According to the Judge in a state if the weather is sunny then the public can clearly see the partial lunar eclipse. Partial lunar eclipse will occur on the eastern horizon of the earth. “It could b
  • 21


    Love for Earth

    The weekend has arrived! It is time to spend more time with loved ones. But while we devote attention to the spouse, do not forget to show attention to the beloved earth! Try to pick out another style this week to the beautiful earth that we can enjoy together longer. A plate of both Food in restaurants is not necessarily made from healthy ingredients. Not to mention if you bring home food. Imagine the waste packages and plastic bags that accumulate in the earth! Why not buy my own organic food? You can experiment with old recipes from the mothers with a partner. To be more romantic, enjoy a candlelit meal with just. Romantic Games If your regular weekly overnight stays at home, do not just watch TV or listen to music together. You can have fun at home with a board of g
  • 21


    Earth is always being Our Home

    Arthus Bertrand, a photographer, said that the 50% of forests had been lost was not important, but the remaining of 50% is really important. The famous photographs works of Arthus Bertrand and equipped with informative text by the Good Planet team, a non-profit organization that promotes the maintenance of the environment, news exploitation of the world. The photograps explores more than 50 countries to bring the georgous of earth and invite all mankind to respect and care the earth from destruction. That all photos are seen on a reminder movie for all mankind, it called Home.
  • 14


    Lake of Love

    Glacier which was settled in Spitsbergen island had been melt, caused by global warming so quickly. Some were trapped when the ice blocked in the landslide area, created a hole of 120 feet and 90 feet. These holes were filled so that the rain made snow and ice melt, and that was born a lake. But that surprised when the lake was shaped like the symbol of love. The Spitsbergen island, an island that is located in the Svalbard archipelago was born a heart-shaped lake. A scene that was not common, in a place that is located 620 miles from the north pole was taken by a photographer named Bruno Mazodier from France. “The form of the heart is something strange,” said Dr Bryn Hubbard of the University of Aberystwyth was quoted by the Daily Mail on 21 April 2009 ago. Of course for the
  • 9


    The heaven marine of Bunaken..

    For to night, lets talk about the Bunaken as the news and culture posting. Bunaken is located at the north of the island of Sulawesi, Indonesia. It belongs administratively to the municipality of Manado. Bunaken is part of the Bunaken National Marine Park, which has some of the highest levels of marine biodiversity in the world. The scuba diving attracts many visitors to the island. Oceanic currents may explain, in part, why Bunaken National Marine Park is such a treasure trove of biodiversity. Northeasternly currents generally sweep through the park but abundant counter currents and gyros related to lunar cycles are believed to be a trap for free swimming larvae. This is particularly true on the south side of the crescent-shaped Bunaken Island, lying in the heart of the park. A snorkle
  • 2


    Please, give our love to the Earth..

    Meneruskan perjalanan Siapa hendak turut, ada sebuah pemandangan tak nyaman yang terlihat selama menaiki kereta api di kelas ekonomi. Apa itu? Bukan mengenai banyaknya penumpang yang berjubel, juga bukan sosok para pedagang maupun peminta-minta yang lalu lalang entah beribu-ribu kali. Bukan itu semua, walaupun seperti itu realitanya, tapi bukan itu yang ingin saya sampaikan kali ini. Apa itu? Ada seorang penumpang yang membeli makanan dari seorang pedagang asongan yang banyak lalu lalangdi dalam kereta api, tak lama kemudian makanan itu habis termakan. Dan dengan santainya, plastik pembungkus makanan itu pun dibuang melalu jendela kaca yang bagian atasnya selalu terbuka itu. Oh my God! Sesaat hati saya berdesir, seperti teriris tipis-tipis. Itu plastik terbang terjatuh di daerah persawah
- Next


Follow Me