The White Sea-Baltic channel is not a simple ship canal connecting the White Sea with Onega Lake. And it is also not an important transport object which is giving exit from the White Sea to The Baltic and The Caspian and the southern seas. It is the whole history, the beginning of the great camp buildings of
the Soviet period. During its building not only water storage ponds and sluices have appeared - even new words were added in slangy speech. In the history of the channel three periods are singled out: its building (1930-s), the restoration after the war (50-s) and the present.
The first sterling Kiev subway depot "Darnitsa" was opened on November, 5th, 1965 together with the first stage underground radius from"Dnepr" station to "Darnitsa" station. The depot is situated on the technical platform of underground (together with railroad car repair plant) which occupies a part of an
industrial area. First five years before the opening of the depot not numerous cars had been huddling in a tiny depot at "Dnepr"station . This building belongs to the metro department. And now not only big depositary (more than 200 cars), but also a maintenance service point belongs to the depot.
Today in mass-media the information about "natural cycles" is often accompanied by epithets "abnormal", "earlier not observed", "catastrophic" etc. This article is about problems directly connected with climatic changes. In the north of Yakutia there is a village Andryushkino. During the last decade catastrophic floods are observed there. And not only in spring but also in autumn! From
high waters suffers not only Andryushkino. In 2008 the decision on complex studying of the reasons for the change in hydrological mode of the Alazei River and for finding-out the reasons for the problem was accepted. On March, 4-th, 2008 in order to solve this sharp social and economic problem the "Alazeja-2008" complex research expedition was organized.
In one small village near Tver there live two brothers. After the disorder of the state farm and when their house burned down they found forces to stop drinking. Now they are reputed honest workers. They earn money by
digging wells, mowing grass, chopping wood and by other rural works. "I do not know about the whole country, but our crisis has ended when we began to work and ceased to drink!" - says one of the brothers.