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Where are there no earthquakes?

Places that are not along fault lines planes* in the earth would  have very few earthquakes. +++   In particular, places far from subduction zones, in which one of  the (MORE)

What can earthquake do?

An earthquake can affect four spheres: The lithosphere, hydrosphere, atmosphere and biosphere. The lithosphere is the solid portion of the earth. The hydrosphere is the wate (MORE)
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Is a cirrus cloud a rain cloud?

No. Cirrus clouds are very high clouds, and as a result, are composed almost entirely of ice. The suspended ice particles, though of course subject to the effects of gravity, (MORE)

What was an earthquake?

an earthquake is when two of the earth's tectonic plaits repsition or move. when an earthquake happens there are also normally aftershocks.also some move together to form a mo (MORE)

What is meant by cloud in cloud computing?

In cloud computing, the word  cloud (also phrased as "the cloud") is used as a metaphor for  "the  Internet," so the phrase  cloud computing means "a type of Internet-ba (MORE)
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Who called clouds clouds?

In Old English clouds used to be called weolcan, but the word for a rock was clod, like a clod of earth. Clouds were the same sort of shape as rocks, so they were gradually ca (MORE)

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What is a cloud?

  Very simply, a cloud is "FOG" that is above the Earth's surface, rather than in contact with the ground.   Clouds and fog are one and the same thing, very tiny dr (MORE)

How does a Cloud become a cloud?

To simplify the process: The lowest layer of the atmosphere, the troposphere, decreases in temperature as altitude increases. Air currents that form due to pressure differen (MORE)

How rare is cloud to cloud lightning?

Some people say that it is very rare. Truth be told this is NOT true. It is rare but not very rare. I have truly seen this a lot in my area. So, don't listen to the people who (MORE)