By: D. Vogt
Sooner or later, the human race is doomed to extinction: the only real question is why this will occur. Although insisting that extinction is inevitable does seem morbid, even gruesome, this need not be the case. As individuals, we know our lives will one day...
Why some believe the human race is in its final days
By: Steve Moss
Why some believe the human race is in its final days Whilst it is good to imagine that in a century or two, we’ll be a united world and acting out Star Trek and Voyager for real, it is not very likely; more probably...
Why the human race is doomed to extinction
By: AngelaWhite
The human race is doomed to extinction for a lot of reasons but our inability to learn from our mistakes is at the top of the list. The phrase: History repeats itself, is more true than we often realize and though these hard lessons are...
By: Patrick Sharkey - 585130
Extinction, now it must be said that it is the nature of the universe for things to be created and to be destroyed. So adamant in enforcing this law is the universe that it is as subject as is any other thing within it; the...
Why the human race is doomed to extinction
By: Rosemary Redfern
The most likely scenario for humans to become extinct is that we cannot alter our behavior patterns. The normal event is that a species emerges to fill a niche, lives there for a while, then, when that environment changes, unless the species changes its way...
Plant and animal life on the continental shelf
By: Sam E. Jones
Intro: The continental shelf is the submerged part of a continent that reaches under an ocean from the shoreline to the shelf break where the slope drops down below 650 feet. This shelf extends hundreds of miles in some cases. Nutrients from river deposits and...
Sexual reproduction in biology
By: PoolBoy
The development of a new organisms in sexual reproduction begins with two cells, one being a sperm cell and the other an egg cell. The egg cell provides the nutrients in the form of embryonic fluid for the organism, while the sperm cell is specifically...
Are human beings still part of nature?
By: Christyl Rivers
Living without clean air, water, and food is not natural. Therefore, we are still dependent upon, and part of, nature. Anyone who does not believe they are part of nature needs to show we don't need these things, and more. Nature sustains all of us...
Factors that affect bacteria growth
By: tkad
There are many factors that affect bacterial growth. Before we go over these factors we must however understand the bacterial growth curve. The Lag phase is when the bacterial cell increases in size, the Log phase is when the cells increase in number, the Stationary...
By: Gary Cartlidge
Why the human race is doomed to extinction Extinction is quite a drastic ideal for us the human race; thinking we have everything under control is our primary mistake and problem. Nobody can disagree that the majority of the human race instantly feels fear and...

 

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