It is also a fact that every day approximately 100 tons of meteor material falls on earth in small harmless pieces in different places around the globe. Large meteors tend to burn completely before they reach the altitude of 80 km.
View this interactive map of known meteros that have fallen on earth.
The largest outdoor pool in the world collects and filters water from the ocean. The water in this giant pool is warmer and “safer” than in the ocean (swimming is prohibited in the area). This makes the pool attractive for tourists. The pool is 1 kilometer long with a total area of 8 hectares (19.77 acres) with maximum depths reaching 35 meters.
The pool was build by a local entrepreneur to provide a safer swimming environment for the city’s visitors. It’s located in at the San Alfonso del Mar resort in Algarrobo, Chile.
If you’re studying English, it’s hugely important to nail the written side of the language, as much as the spoken side. English can be a notoriously tricky beast to master, with a variety of grammatical quirks and rules, and it can sometimes seem like a mountain to climb. Here are some tips which may help you along the way.
Read, read, read
It may seem obvious, but the more you absorb written English on a regular basis the quicker you’ll pick up the fluency of the language. Consider subscribing to an English-language newspaper or magazine; bookmark some English-language websites and make them a part of your morning routine; start reading an English book from a library. You’ll surprise yourself by how quickly you’ll pick things up subconsciously.