Auroras: What makes them happen?
An aurora happens when energetic electrically charged particles, like electrons, collide with atoms of gas as they accelerate along the Earth's magnetic field lines in the upper atmosphere. Those collisions cause the atoms to give off light. Auroras are a lot like neon signs, except that the conducting gas is in the Earth's ionosphere instead…
Finnish swearwords - a list of profanities you shouldn't know - Big In Finland
Last week we had the day of the Finnish culture and Kalevala, and in a month or so (9th of April) there will be the day of the Finnish language. Let's
7 Finnish Words That'll Make Your Day Bright
Finnish is known to be one of the most difficult languages in the world to learn and with words like peruspalveluliikelaitoskuntayhtymä (“a