List of dances This is the main list of dances. It is a non-categorized, index list of specific dances. There may also be listed dances which could either be considered a specific dance or a family of related dances, depending on your perspective. Specific dances are listed below in alphabetical order, and only should be listed one time. See following for categorized lists: Dances listed on these specialized (categorized) lists should also be included in this general index. A B C D E F G H Hat Dance Mexico I J K L M N O Oberek (also called Obertas or Ober, Poland)Odissi AKA Orissi (Odisha, India) P Q R S T U V W X Xibelani (traditional Shangaan (South Africa)) Y Z See also Dance basic topics a list of general dance topics in our world today and from history.
International fairs, tradeshows, trade shows, exhibitions, events What Causes Ocean Currents? The systems of ocean surface currents and deep water currents are, as expected, connected, but the locations of the physical connections are limited to three areas (one per main ocean), and are all on the Northern Hemisphere. The downwelling occurs on the Northern Atlantic, while the upwelling occurs on the Northern Pacific and the Northern Indian Ocean, as shown on the side map. The extents of the continental shelf block, or at least seriously limit, the movement of the ocean currents. To see a 3D view of the Conveyor Belt enlarge the diagram below. 1. 2. 3. 4. There is basically just one area on the global ocean where the ocean currents floating as the components of the Conveyor Belt system downwell, performing a radical dive and a switch of the direction.
UNdata Physics with professor Feynman Great human inventions by country Inventions by chronological order Paper currency (7th century, China) Navigational compass (11th century, China) Firearms (12th century, China) Glasses (1280's, Italy) Mechanical clock (1335, Italy) Printing Press (c. 1440, Germany) Invented by Johannes Gutenberg. Viol (viola da gamba) and Cello (late 15th and 16th century, Italy) Pocket watch (1510, Germany) Invented by Peter Henlein. Violin (Early 16th century, Italy) Thermometer (1593-1714) 1593 : Invented by Galileo Galilei (Italy) 1714 : Mercury thermometer invented by Daniel Gabriel Fahrenheit (Poland/Netherlands) Microscope (1595, Netherlands) Invented by Zacharias Janssen. Telescope late 11th century : astronomical lenses (Sweden) 13th century : experimental telescopes built by Francis Bacon (UK) 1595/1608 : refracting telescope (Netherlands) 1609 : improved by Galileo (Italy) Newspaper (1605, Belgium/France/Germany) Calculator (1623-1954) Barometer (1643, Italy) Invented by Evangelista Torricelli. Daily newspaper (1645, Germany) Engine (1791-1939)
• Statista - The Statistics Portal for Market Data, Market Research and Market Studies You decide Australia's population, we'll show you how it looks Australia's population has more than quadrupled in the past century, with the number of people tipped to reach 25 million this year. If current trends continue the population will top 40 million within 40 years. Some say Australia should have stopped growing decades ago. Others point out Australia is a wealthy country with plenty of space to welcome more. This is your chance to decide how big (or small) you think Australia should be. The chart below shows 24 potential paths for Australia's future population, based on the latest projections from the Australian Bureau of Statistics. Keep in mind: a growing population means more demand on resources. How many overseas migrants should Australia have in the future? How many children do you have (or would you like to have)? Ideally, what age would you want to live to? Changed your mind? Welcome to your future Australia Based on your choices, Australia's population would reach 17,117,492 in 2101. So how does that compare to the year you were born?
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