Looking through the various projects of weather stations, I noticed a trend. This sensor, temperature and humidity, most beloved Chinese DHT-11 or DHT-22, which add either a light sensor (weather Station on Arduino with data visualization) or pressure (Ethernet station), or the purchase heaped many hundred dollars basedAutomatic weather station in the country)
As for me personally — weather station without measuring the direction and speed of wind is not a meteorological station, and to spend about 700USD on a large toy, I’m not ready, it was decided to make like a “honey-fancy” but zanedorogo.
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In comments to the previous post about the transformation Nikita Besogon” Mikhalkov Director of the anti-Soviet phantasmagorias in the defender’s historical advantages, many comrades pointed out:
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Lake Baikal holds about 20% of the world’s fresh lake water, and its transparency is such that you can easily examine objects located at a depth of 50 m.
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Original taken from senseisekai in Kazakhstan coal found a huge egg with a worm inside
Residents of the village of Baganaly Kasabasi district, Auliekol district found a strange creature that resembles a large gray worm when touched changes its color.
It is reported that stocks of coal imported in October 2015, was found an egg about the size of a loaf of bread and covered in a sticky, glue like, substance. Smashing the egg with the shovel, the stokers found it something like a worm with a length of about 20 centimeters.
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The rate and efficiency of the Russian air force (they’re now called air and space forces, so I’ll call them RVCS below) has impressed Western military experts. Not only the number of sorties three times, which could reach the USA and other NATO countries, but the Russian bombardment is surprisingly accurate, despite the fact that Russian planes fly at an altitude of over 5 km, outside the reach of MANPADS. They fly at night and in bad weather. It is more amazing when you consider that most of the work doing the su-24 (adopted in 1974) and su-25 (adopted in 1981). Most of the problems in Syria can be resolved these two wonderful, but, frankly, ancient aircraft, while the presence of a new advanced su-34 are tested (and, after the Turks shot down a su-24, protection against air attacks). What happens? As Russia is seeking such almost miraculous results?
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