The Coldest City by Antony JohnstonAs Communism collapses and the Berlin Wall crumbles, an undercover MI6 spy is killed while carrying priceless information--a list containing the name of every spy in Berlin.
But no list is found on his body.
MI6 sends veteran operative Lorraine Broughton to recover the list. But she walks into a powder keg of social unrest, counter-espionage, defections gone bad, and secret assassinations...
The Coldest City is a brand new spy thriller from author Antony Johnston and artist Sam Hart that revitalizes classic espionage fiction and revels in the paranoia and mistrust boiling over at the epicenter of the Cold War.
The Water Cycle!
Water is an important resource and makes up a large portion of the world in which we live. It can be found in liquid form in lakes, streams, rivers and oceans. Water can also be found in solid form in glaciers and ice caps or as a gas in the air, creating mist and clouds. Water's is a world of endless variety and change and can be very exciting to learn about. Seventy-five percent of the Earth is covered in water. Ninety-seven percent of this water is found in oceans, which means that it is salt water and not drinkable. Two percent of this water is frozen into glaciers or ice caps.
Water Cycle Facts – Facts about the Water Cycle Summary
This movement is what is referred to as the Water Cycle. According to Wikipedia ,. The mass of water on Earth remains fairly constant over time but the partitioning of the water into the major reservoirs of ice, fresh water, saline water and atmospheric water is variable depending on a wide range of climatic variables. Fact 1. Without the cycle, the Earth would either become extremely hot or extremely cold, resulting in untold problems on the planet. Fact 2.
Its chemical formula is H2O 1. We all know how important it is that we keep hydrated so we stay well and our organs can function properly. But did you know that it is also the same for the planet? The main reason the water cycle is important is that, without it, Earth would either become too warm or too cold, creating problems at the core of the planet. The Earth needs water to be able to maintain its temperature properly.