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Internet

The phrase 'if it's not on the Internet it doesn't exist', has become almost a cliché. Internet has a growing influence on our lives: this is where we shop,...

Mountain climbing

A light walk in the mountains is a perfect recreational activity for a Sunday afternoon, but to conquer higher mountain peaks one needs perseverant training.

Semi-arid regions

Desertification on our planet is speeding up. Semi-arid climate regions are transitional zones between arid climate zones and savannahs.

Joulupukki

Santa Claus lives in Finland in the town of Rovaniemi on the Arctic Circle. Every year in December he departs from here on his journey around the globe.

Flood control

Flooding rivers can cause numerous environmental issues. Let's see how we can protect ourselves from floods.

Glass manufacture

We regularly use various glass objects in our everyday lives. But how are they made?

The Tertiary Period

Tertiary is an old unofficial but still widely used term for the geologic period from 65 million to 2.5 million years ago. The Tertiary is divided into five...

Spoil heap

Mining is an important industrial activity, but it can cause irreversible damage to the environment and destroy the landscape.

Rubbish dump

Rubbish dumps are usually located at smaller settlements with a small population, near larger towns.

Finnish industrial areas

Finland’s economy is based mainly on paper and wood industry but the manufacture of electronic goods is also an outstanding industrial field.

Hiking

Hiking is a popular leisure activity that can provide fun both in winter and summer. At dangerous places it is advisable to hire a guide.

Watering

Water is a vital element for every living being. Let’s take a look at what happens when a thirsty plant is watered.

Logging

Northern countries are leaders in logging. Sweden and Finland for example not only produce, but also process timber.

Weather and climate

Climate is the typical weather of a certain region that changes practically only on a geological scale, whereas weather can change day by day.

Continental drift

In the past, a number of geologists tried to explain why the outlines of continents seem to fit together like pieces of a jigsaw puzzle. An answer was found...

The water cycle

Water on Earth is constantly in flux and is going through a cycle.

Atmospheric phenomena

According to our present knowledge, an atmosphere with a composition that can support life only exist on Earth. Sometimes it forms extraordinary shapes.

Ring-tailed lemur

This prosimian is an excellent example for a species' evolution in geographical isolation. Lemur means 'ghost' in Latin.

Resonance straw

Find out how to move the straws without touching them, using the phenomenon of resonance.

Mysterious hexagons

This video is yet another proof that nature can create a surprisingly diverse range of shapes and forms.

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