By: Nikki Upton
The Aurora Borealis and Aurora Australis are truly spectacular displays of one of the many effects the Sun has upon the Earth. Whilst the science behind them is incredible, it is easy to forget the details when you observe them, as they really are a...
By: Pat Lunsford
Preparing for a hurricane is second nature to me having lived in central Florida for nearly forty years. Most anyone who has lived in a hurricane-prone area knows the routine well. During hurricane season, most of us are already prepared because we know that even...
By: Pat Lunsford
History has proven time and time again that storms can intensify rapidly upon approach and devastate everything in its path. Other disasters such as earthquakes and tsunamis can strike with little or no warning. We may not be able to fully protect ourselves from the...
By: Pat Lunsford
Due to its extreme elevation, there is no colder place on earth than Antarctica. Antarctica is as high as you can go and as cold as you can get. No one has claimed Antarctica and for centuries, scientists from around the world have visited it...
Should Scientists Allowed Divert Hurricane Major City Dooming Rural
By: Adam Skylark Jones
As much as I want to take a neutral side on this subject, I have to say that I don't agree with scientists diverting hurricanes away from major cities if it dooms rural residents to certain destruction or death. The reason we have hurricane warnings...
By: Dawn Taylor
"The Anatomy of a Hurricane" If you are a current resident of Florida you are absolutely familiar with what a hurricane is. In fact currently were witnesses to history in this 2005 Hurricane Season. This season has been the most active and dangerous hurricane season...
By: Malvika Bose
Venus is too hot and Mars is freezing cold. Earth is just right. Have you ever wondered why? Yes Earth is just at the right distance from the sun but there is one major factor, which has created and sustained life on earth. It is...
By: Mike Neves
Global warming is on the news all the time. Its a cause of no life on earth. Global warming is affecting parts of the world. Antarctica, Alaska, and north pole, ice capes are melting and animals are dieing. You know the water is rising and...
By: Brandi Carpo
Andrew, Charley, Katrina, Rita. How does a tropical storm, or hurricane get its name? The process of naming a tropical storm was developed to make it easy to identify and explain a particular system to those who may be affected by them during the course...
By: Matt Berry
"Anatomy of a Thunderstorm"The feeling of anticipation hangs in the air mixed with raw power and pure adrenaline. The increasing rumble vibrates the core of the dark, menacing clouds and shakes the feeling within the spectator as well. There are those that are afraid and...

 

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