The rock plates of the earth's crust are constantly in motion. They can get caught and build up enormous tension. If this tension is released suddenly, the plates continue to slide. The earth shakes. Author: ZDF/Terra X/Julia Kammerer/Martin Schaaf/Maximilian Mohr Translation and dubbing: alugha
How is wind created?
When air is in motion, wind is created. Temperature differences are responsible for this. When air warms up, it rises and colder air flows in. This is the cool wind that we feel. There is almost always wind on the coasts. Author: ZDF/Pur+/Autorenkombinat/Tobias Schönke/Carina Schulz/Jochen Schmidt Translation and dubbing: alugha Click here to see more videos: https://alugha.com/TerraX
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The Antarctic ice sheet is the world's largest permanently icy area. If the sea warms by just 0.5 degrees, the ice shelf melts from below and breaks at the edges. Author: 3sat/nano/mobyDOK/Alexander Lahl/Max Mönch/Jean Schablin/Robert Coellen/Mirko Tribanek/Mandy Blaurock,Susan Kreher/Jochen Schmid
Ancient Greek scholars knew the difference between the solar and lunar year. While the earth revolves around the sun once in the course of a year, the moon revolves around the earth about twelve times. Author: ZDF/Terra X/Tobias Schultes/WENDEVARGA Translation and dubbing: alugha Click here to wa