SongkranNong Khai City

Posted by Farang in Thailand Wed, April 12, 2017 03:19:24

Nong Khai:

Blog imageGet a feeling of history at the principal Thai-Lao Friendship Bridge, partake in the parade of the area's eminent Buddha statue, Luang Phor Sai, typically housed in Wat Pho Chai, which is paraded around the town of Nong Khai close by the Wian Thian flame service. The occasion incorporates conventional moves and legitimacy making function at the sanctuary. What's more, there will be a parade of rice, a sand pagoda building challenge and a Nang Songkran excellence challenge.

New YearEducation

Posted by Tore Husefest Sat, December 31, 2016 11:18:38

Blog image Look forward to a bright New Year. Present year is old and worn.

Super Full MoonEducation

Posted by Tore Husefest Fri, November 04, 2016 10:06:53

Get ready to see super full moon on the 14th. November! This is a super Moon that turned out by Beaumaris in Bærum, Norway last year. The Moon that would show up on the 14th. November will be even greater. When occurs the phenomenon of "super full moon", which is a coincidence of a full moon with the smallest distance between the Earth and the moon. The 14. November is reduced the distance between the Earth and the moon with the entire 50,000 kilometers. According to the popular science magazine National Geographic, we must all the way back to the right after World War II, specifically the 1948 to find that a full moon was so close to our own planet. Bigger and brighter a super full moon can be as much as 14 percent wider and 30 percent brighter than a normal full moon. Weather permitting, the great moon be visible all over the world. You will not be with you super full moon on the 14th. November can be a long time until the next time you can experience the phenomenon. According to NASA the next opportunity will be 25. November 2,034 years. Earthquakes and volcanic eruptions, according to Wikipedia, it was the English astrologer Richard who put My name on the phenomenon of "super full moon" in 1979. -My also believes that there is a correlation between large natural disasters such as earthquakes and volcanic eruptions, and "super full Moons". Of disasters in recent times drawn the earthquake and tsunami in the 2011 Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami and in the Indian Ocean in 2004. This due to the Moon's gravitational force increased. Science parties little credence to the allegations, although Nolles some studies have reported a weak correlation between Lunar activity and very small earthquakes.

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