Tech & Science Niagara Falls enchants with ice formations
Scientists accidentally found life under 3,000 feet of ice in Antarctica. 'Never in a million years' would they have expected it, the lead scientist said.
Scientists stumbled upon life under 3,000 feet of ice in Antarctica. They found two types of unidentified animals, where they had thought nothing could live. Their next step is finding a way to get close enough to identify the creatures. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. Scientist have found life under 3,000 feet under of ice in Antarctica, challenging their assumption that nothing could live in such conditions. The previous theory was that life couldn't exist in such extremity: no food, freezing temperatures, and complete darkness.
Glittering ice sculptures in various shapes have made Niagara Falls on the border between the USA and Canada a true winter wonderland. But even if it seems so: the waterfalls are not really frozen over.
vacationers from Canada and the USA are currently thrilled when they visit Niagara National Park. The reason: It seems as if the world-famous Niagara Falls have frozen over. Because of the enormous minus temperatures, the rising spray of the waterfalls freezes and forms ice over everything that surrounds the falls.
So it happens that branches of trees and railings are completely covered with a layer of ice. There are also numerous fascinating ice sculptures in the national park. But even if at first glance it might look as if Niagara Falls were completely frozen over, it is not.
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Stephnie White was abducted on Niagara Falls Boulevard in North Tonawanda at around 7 p.m. on February 15, police said.Stephnie White was abducted on Niagara Falls Boulevard in North Tonawanda at around 7 p.m. on Monday night, according to the North Tonawanda Police Department.
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“When I traveled to Toronto in 2018, of course I also had to make a detour to Niagara Falls. It was the beginning of March and really quite cold, I remember that the temperature never went above zero on any day. Nevertheless, after spending days in the metropolis of Toronto, I hadn't expected the winter wonderland at Niagara Falls. The combination of the gigantic amounts of water plunging into the depths and the magical ice sculptures that form on the sides as the water mist falls down like snow - it was just unbelievable and is one of the experiences that I have probably had for my entire life will not be forgotten. "- Larissa Königs
Kazakhstan: A 14 meter high “ice volcano” rises from the ground
“This natural volcano” is highly prized by Instagramers © Pixabay / Natalia_Kollegova The “ice volcano” is formed by the projected water in the air (illustration). NATURAL PHENOMENON - “This natural volcano” is very popular with Instagramers A very photogenic 14 meter high ice mass appeared this month near the village of Kegen, in Kazakhstan .
Gallery: Icy Europe (dw.com)Niagara Falls are only completely frozen once.
The Niagara River of the same name falls at Niagara Falls, which connects the gigantic waters of Lake Ontario and Lake Erie, 57 meters deep. An average of 3,160 tons of water per second flow down the falls. With these crowds, it's hardly surprising that it is technically impossible for Niagara Falls to freeze over completely. However, in 1936 there was such a cold winter that at least large parts of the cases were frozen, as reported by the “”.
In addition, there was a situation in March 1848 that Niagara Falls froze over - but mainly because their water supply was stopped. At that time the water-giving Lake Erie froze and through the ice dam no more water could flow into the Niagara Falls. The “leftovers” then froze completely, as reported by “”.
Victoria of Sweden: After the accident: She is Mama Silvia at .
Sometimes life can go so fast: First Silvia from Sweden (77) and her loved ones were still enjoying themselves in the snow, then the Swedish queen fell while skiing and had to go to the emergency room. Fortunately, the royal family has already given the all-clear. The wife of King Carl Gustaf (74) only broke her wrist. But the shock of the accident put her family on alert.