De ce e curcubeul ... curb? Şi de ce se vede doar dacă stai cu spatele la soare?
Referitor la intrebarea a doua care este incompleta... deh, pacat de matematician.Why is the rainbow round?
The rainbow appears round for two reasons. First, because the raindrops in which it is visible, are mostly round. Falling raindrops do not have the typical teardrop shape, but are more or less round. Second, the light from the sun is being refracted ("bent") by the droplets over a certain angle. This angle is so big that the rainbow appears opposite the sun. Since this angle is constant for all orientations of raindrops with respect to you and the sun, the rainbow is a circular bow, centered on the point opposite the sun (where the shadow of your head is). It is usually only seen above the horizon, since you are usually on the ground and there is no rain falling below you. In some circumstances, when the rainfall is very dense, you can see the rainbow in front of the ground, below the horizon.
Originally posted by takeda
Calatoria fizica in timp este departe, eu ma refeream la a vedea "viitorul".
cum se opresc tirurile
Deci, totul a fost de factura politica. Oricum, am inteles ca sunt multe echipe bune in Israel. Pentru mai multe detalii, vezi aici.The decade 1983-1992 was noted in Israel's sports for two major breakthroughs -- one in the political domain, the other in the athletic arena.
The political breakthrough began in 1989 when the Soviet Union, under President Gorbachev, relented in its opposition to the acceptance of Israel into the European zone of the various international sport federations. Thus Israel, which had been without a continental affiliation since its expulsion from Asian sports in the mid-1970s, was able to enter the European federations and their regular activities. By 1992 this procedure had been completed for all practical purposes, the European Soccer Federation (UEFA) being one of the last federations that had not granted Israel full membership status. At the same time the UEFA from 1987 invited Israel's youth teams to participate in its championships and in 1992 invited the national champion as well as the cup-holder to participate in the annual competitions organized by it.
The country's major clubs, such as Maccabi Haifa FC, Hapoel Tel-Aviv FC and Maccabi Tel-Aviv FC, are gradually making their mark in the European competitions, with Maccabi Haifa performing creditably in the UEFA Champions League first group stage in 2002/03, beating Manchester United FC along the way.