By: Aaron Conor
Tornadoes are something that both fascinate and terrify people. The winds that these tornadoes contain can obliterate just about anything that stands in their way. So what should you do if you find yourself in the path of a tornado?If you're inside your house...
By: dim sum
It's all over the web, television and the radio; Global Warming. Take Live Earth for example, the worldwide concert to raise awareness for global warming and what it's doing to the world. Is a 24 hour concert all it takes to be persuaded into...
By: Jeff Franklin
A Method to Reverse Rising Sea Levels and the Dwindling of Atmospheric Oxygen(which are both caused by Global Warming)A Scientific LookI'll introduce myself as a conservationist for nature and with a more global outlook concern for the future of our global climate. Being a past...
Preparing for a hurricane
By: Tom Karlin
Even though hurricane landfalls can be accurately predicted using computer models' days in advance, many people still live by the "it won't happen here" philosophy. Unfortunately, most storms as we know, do not respect wishful thinking' attitudes. Hurricanes are debatably the easiest disaster to prepare...
By: Mary Brandeberry
Perhaps what we think as global warming is merely a return to a normal climate for earth. As taught by science, thousands of years ago dinosaurs and other great lizards roamed the earth. Fossils containing palm leaves, prehistoric insects, and small reptiles were found...
Preparing for a hurricane
By: Elisa Daigle
Alot of people don't realize the major dangers in a Hurricane, unless they experience it. I was one of them.When preparing for a Hurricane there are a vast of steps to making sure you and your family are safe and secure. Yet alone there...
Preparing for a hurricane
By: L. M. Hosler
Hurricanes can be dangerous, costly and can often be deadly. This is why it is important to plan ahead and be well prepared. Planning ahead for a hurricane can help to save lives, reduce potential damage to valuable property, and reduce the stress of surviving...
By: Adam Maycock
Few viewers of the Weather Channel, or any other weather forecast outlet, will appreciate the highly technical nature of the systems required to make the prediction. The process involves massive computing power, huge amounts of observational data, complex scientific models, and highly skilled forecasters. It's...
By: Nancy Houser
My dad used to have a saying-listen to what the weather forecaster has to say, andthen figure on the opposite. That was several years ago and was kind of a familyjoke. We just kind of accepted whatever happened. Now, all over the world ourweather forecasting...
By: Raul Cantu
Humans have already demolished hundreds of millions of acres; roughly two-thirds, of the earth's rain forest. It is estimated that by the year 2030, only a fifth of the natural forest will remain. This ignorance is apparent for America has cut down over ninety-five percent...

 

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