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In meteorology, a cloud is a visible mass of liquid droplets or frozen crystals made of water or various chemicals suspended in the atmosphere above the surface of a planetary body. These suspended particles are also known as aerosols. Clouds in Earth's atmosphere are studied in the cloud physics branch of meteorology. Two processes, possibly acting together, can lead to air becoming saturated; cooling the air or adding water vapor to the air. In general, precipitation will fall to the surface; an exception is virga, which evaporates before reaching the surface.
The international cloud classification system is based on the fact that clouds in their most basic forms can show free-convective upward growth like cumulus, appear in non-convective layered sheets such as stratus, or take the form of thin fibrous wisps, as in the case of cirrus. Prefixes are used in connection with clouds to express variations or complexities in these basic forms or to specify middle or high altitude ranges. These include strato- for low clouds with limited convection that form mostly in uneven layers, cumulo- for complex highly-convective storm clouds, nimbo- for thick layered clouds of some complexity that can produce moderate to heavy precipitation, alto- for middle clouds, and cirro- for high clouds; the latter two of which may be of simple or moderately complex structure. Whether or not a cloud is low, middle, or high level depends on how far above the ground its base forms. Cloud types with significant vertical extent can form in the low or middle altitude ranges depending on the moisture content of the air. Clouds in the troposphere have Latin names due to the popular adaptation of Luke Howard's cloud categorization system, which began to spread in popularity during December 1802. Synoptic surface weather observations use code numbers to record and report the types of tropospheric cloud visible at each scheduled observation time based on the height and physical appearance of the clouds.
While a majority of clouds form in Earth's troposphere, there are occasions when clouds in the stratosphere and mesosphere can be observed. These three main layers of the atmosphere where clouds may be seen are collectively known as the homosphere. Above this lies the thermosphere and exosphere, which together make up the heterosphere that marks the transition to outer space. Clouds have been observed on other planets and moons within the Solar System, but, due to their different temperature characteristics, they are composed of other substances such as methane, ammonia, and sulfuric acid.
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In meteorology, a cloud is a visible mass of liquid droplets or frozen crystals made of water or various chemicals suspended in the atmosphere above the surface of a planetary body. These suspended particles are also known as aerosols. Clouds in Earth's atmosphere are studied in the cloud physics branch of meteorology. Two processes, possibly acting together, can lead to air becoming saturated; cooling the air or adding water vapor to the air. In general, precipitation will fall to the surface; an exception is virga, which evaporates before reaching the surface.
The international cloud classification system is based on the fact that clouds in their most basic forms can show free-convective upward growth like cumulus, appear in non-convective layered sheets such as stratus, or take the form of thin fibrous wisps, as in the case of cirrus. Prefixes are used in connection with clouds to express variations or complexities in these basic forms or to specify middle or high altitude ranges. These include strato- for low clouds with limited convection that form mostly in uneven layers, cumulo- for complex highly-convective storm clouds, nimbo- for thick layered clouds of some complexity that can produce moderate to heavy precipitation, alto- for middle clouds, and cirro- for high clouds; the latter two of which may be of simple or moderately complex structure. Whether or not a cloud is low, middle, or high level depends on how far above the ground its base forms. Cloud types with significant vertical extent can form in the low or middle altitude ranges depending on the moisture content of the air. Clouds in the troposphere have Latin names due to the popular adaptation of Luke Howard's cloud categorization system, which began to spread in popularity during December 1802. Synoptic surface weather observations use code numbers to record and report the types of tropospheric cloud visible at each scheduled observation time based on the height and physical appearance of the clouds.
While a majority of clouds form in Earth's troposphere, there are occasions when clouds in the stratosphere and mesosphere can be observed. These three main layers of the atmosphere where clouds may be seen are collectively known as the homosphere. Above this lies the thermosphere and exosphere, which together make up the heterosphere that marks the transition to outer space. Clouds have been observed on other planets and moons within the Solar System, but, due to their different temperature characteristics, they are composed of other substances such as methane, ammonia, and sulfuric acid. Show less

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Afterlife, also known as after-world, the realm of the dead, passed away - a theoretical idea that the human soul (consciousness) continues to exist after physical death of the body. This can be understood as a transcendent space, and as a real place. The idea of ​​the afterlife or other forms of existence after death, found in virtually all faiths and cultures.
Abraominėse religions (Christianity, Islam, Judaism) believed that after death the soul separates from the body and placed in one of the two post-mortem spaces - Paradise or Hell (part Christian movements still distinguishes between space - purgatory). Divine Court concludes that the soul enters the Paradise and is next to God, and which fall into hell suffering. The Jewish sect of the Sadducees believed in God but did not believe in the afterlife.
Indian religions (Hinduism, Buddhism, Sikhism) believed in reincarnation - the dead soul enters a new body and forget the previous learning. Reincarnation will depend on past lives (karma) - the better the person was, the better the conditions will get a new life, and lived properly can reincarnate into an animal to experience suffering. The circle of reincarnation is called samsara, and the believer's goal is to eventually reincarnate to God (moksha) or (Buddhism) to achieve nirvana.
Ancient Egyptians believed the soul of the deceased travels to the land of the dead Aaru. There Osiris weighs the deceased's heart - if it is lighter than a feather, the soul goes away, and if worse - given demon Amit. The Egyptians also believed in the resurrection of the dead, and performed mummification, the deceased left a book of the dead. The ancient Greeks believed that after death the soul of Hermes helped, travels to Hades - Hades. It your boat navigating through the Styx Charon. There, the deceased soul is judged and placed in Elysium, Hades, or Tartarus. Similarly, the afterlife conceived and Scandinavian mythology - it is divided into Valhalla (the elect kingdom), HeLa (most of the rest in place) and Niflhelą (place of torment for sinners).
Various pagan, esoteric beliefs, cults of nature, there is often a non-religious beliefs in the nature of the soul Reincarnation creaturehood, space objects idea or belief in afterlife.
Scientific point of view, there is no evidence that after brain death in some form of human consciousness remains. This condition is called eternal oblivion. Admittedly, this approach appeals through the so-called post-mortem impressions from survivors of clinical death. However, they are usually considered to be hallucinations, drugs, altered states of consciousness consequences. Other scholars deny a mechanical approach to consciousness and offers a quantum theory of consciousness, according to which death does not terminate the existence of consciousness.

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Man patinka rodyti savo nuotraukas skambant muzikai,o labiausiai tai gaminti video...
Muzika (gr. μουσική (τέχνη) -- musiké (téchne) -- mūzų menas) -- garsų menas, meniškas garsų komponavimas ir tokių akustinių kompozicijų atlikimas.
Muzika -- išraiškos forma laiko terpėje, naudojant garsų ir pauzių struktūrą. Tai sudėtingos formos kūriniai, išreiškiami per natūraliai išgaunamo dirgiklio, dažniausiai garso, kombinacijų ir modelių konstrukciją. Muzikos funkcijos: estetinė, meninė, komunikacinė, pramoginė, apeiginė. Nuo kultūros ir socialinio konteksto priklauso, kaip mes skirstome muziką.
Bardas -- senovės keltų genčių dainius.
Pritardami sau muzikos instrumentais bardai deklamuodavo savo poeziją Galijos, Velso, Airijos ir Škotijos kunigaikščių dvaruose. Viduramžiais jie tapo poetais profesionalais ir sudarė atskirą luomą.
Dabar bardais dažnai vadinami dainuojamosios poezijos atlikėjai. Lietuvoje titulo bardas atitikmuo yra dainius. Tai žmogus, kuriantis savo bendravimą su socialine aplinka muzikos ir žodžio galių subendrinimu. Bardas/Dainius Lietuvių/baltų gentyse turėjo eilę socialinių paskirčių: Bardai būdavo jungiančiąja informacine grandimi tarp senųjų baltų šventikų ir bendruomenės, Bardai buvo švenčių kūrėjai ir jų įprasmintojai. Vėlgi, senolis, sugebantis dainomis bendrauti su keliomis kartomis jaunesniais asmenimis pagarbiai buvo vadinamas dainiumi/bardu. Bardas/Dainius privalėjo turėti talentą muzikos skambėjime įtaigiai perduoti prasmingą žinią. Dainuojamoji poezija - besiformuojanti Lietuvoje muzikinės kultūros sritis. Jos pradininkai ir pasekėjai akcentuoja žodžio galios svarbą dainoje, tačiau muzikine prasme dainuojamosios poezijos žanro suvokimas ir įprasminimas kol kas yra padrikas. Dainuojamajai poezijai priskiriami ir liaudies kūrinių aranžuotės, ir dainos išgarsėjusių poetų tekstais, ir kabaretinių spektaklių kompozicijos ir džiazo liberalumas ir įvairių tautų folklorinių skambesių perpinimas. Bardo/dainiaus statusas ir atitinkamas kurybinis fondas šiuo metu dar neturi jokios klasifikacinės pozicijos Lietuvos Respublikos kultūros puoselėjimo programose. Dainuojamoji poezija
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