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Krošek
5 hours ago, namenski said:

Nepismenost i neznanje se sire Planetom, haraju, 1 пошаст, simptom: ili si Kralj ili si Sultan... :isuse: 

 

malezija je federativna-izborna ustavna monarhija

 

vladari nekih od saveznih država su sultani (šefovi ostalih saveznih država su guverneri), a izborni monarh federacije ima posebnu titulu koja se prevodi "kralj"

 

tako da jeste kralj sultan, koliko god pogrešno zvučalo: kralj malezije i sultan kelantana

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namenski
30 minutes ago, Krošek said:

tako da jeste kralj sultan, koliko god pogrešno zvučalo: kralj malezije i sultan kelantana

Nisam znao, hvala.

Ali, zar ne bi u tom slucaju bilo pravilnije 'kralj i sultan...', obaska sto je u pitanju britanska tradicija :isuse:, nesto kao  Queen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland and Empress of India.., da ne nabrajam, nizem dalje titule:D 

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Radoye
34 minutes ago, namenski said:

nesto kao  Queen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland and Empress of India.., da ne nabrajam, nizem dalje titule:D 

 

Ili poput Njegovog Carskog i Kraljevskog Apostolskog Velicanstva po milosti Bozjoj itd, itd.

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Gandalf

https://venezuelablog.org/venezuela-weekly-showdown-maduros-swearing/

Major streets and highways of Caracas have been decorated with banners declaring #YoSoyPresidente (#IAmPresident) 10E (10th of January) effectively expressing both Nicolás Maduro’s intentions to be sworn in for a second presidential term, despite broad rejection of the May 20, 2018 presidential elections in Venezuela and abroad, as well as the government’s clear concerns about his legitimacy being questioned.

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namenski
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Rapid shifts in the Earth’s north magnetic pole are forcing researchers to make an unprecedented early update to a model that helps navigation by ships, planes and submarines in the Arctic, scientists said.

Compass needles point towards the north magnetic pole, a point which has crept unpredictably from the coast of northern Canada a century ago to the middle of the Arctic Ocean, moving towards Russia.

“It’s moving at about 50 km (30 miles) a year. It didn’t move much between 1900 and 1980 but it’s really accelerated in the past 40 years,” Ciaran Beggan, of the British Geological Survey in Edinburgh, told Reuters on Friday.

A five-year update of a World Magnetic Model was due in 2020 but the U.S. military requested an unprecedented early review, he said. The BGS runs the model with the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

Beggan said the moving pole affected navigation, mainly in the Arctic Ocean north of Canada. NATO and the U.S. and British militaries are among those using the magnetic model, as well as civilian navigation.

The wandering pole is driven by unpredictable changes in liquid iron deep inside the Earth. An update will be released on January 30, the journal Nature said, delayed from January 15 because of the U.S. government shutdown.

“The fact that the pole is going fast makes this region more prone to large errors,” Arnaud Chulliat, a geomagnetist at the University of Colorado Boulder and NOAA’s National Centers for Environmental Information, told Nature.

Beggan said the recent shifts in the north magnetic pole would be unnoticed by most people outside the Arctic, for instance using smartphones in New York, Beijing or London.

Navigation systems in cars or phones rely on radio waves from satellites high above the Earth to pinpoint their position on the ground.

“It doesn’t really affect mid or low latitudes,” Beggan said. “It wouldn’t really affect anyone driving a car.”

Many smartphones have inbuilt compasses to help to orientate maps or games such as Pokemon Go. In most places, however, the compass would be pointing only fractionally wrong, within errors allowed in the five-year models, Beggan said. 

 

Reuters.

 

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