Is Space Travel to the Planet Mars too Dangerous
By: Ray Burke
Is Space Travel to the Planet Mars too Dangerous?Is it too dangerous to go to Mars? No, it is not. Some people cite the dangers of cosmic radiation, technical difficulties, bone mass loss, the deep isolation, food and water issues, etc., but in all...
By: Victoria Jeffrey
Often called "Acts of God", "Acts of Nature" or "God's Will", unfairly, you may wonder: is there a root cause for natural disasters? The answer is no. There are a variety of factors that can cause natural disasters, but this doesn't mean that you can't...
Book reviews: Supercontinent, Ten Billion Years in the Life of our Planet, by Ted Nield
By: Magda DH
How much popular interest can be generated by the presentation of the supercontinent cycle? Certainly enough for a magazine article, a chapter in a bigger volume on natural sciences or a TV documentary, but a whole book?My doubts were completely dispelled by Ted Nield's...
By: Charlotte Dummitt
We talk, we complain, we write, we make movies and yet without action nothing will change.I feel sad as I write this. It is a shame we even have to discuss this. Can you imagine how it would be if we all learned to...
By: Michael Bettencourt
THE NEW HAMPSHIRE FARM MUSEUMOne day, many years ago, I spent a marvelous day at the New Hampshire Farm Museum in Milton, New Hampshire. I used the word "marvelous" in its more or less natural state, as a description of being filled with wonder and...
By: Linda Schreiber
"May peace prevail on earth." the sign said. And next to it a flag hung from the keyboard. On the flag was a beautiful sea blue globe of the earth in peaceful blue background of space. A prayer for peace came from the soulful...
By: Keith Hamburger
What is the Earth made of? All matter is composed of elemental particles called atoms. Atoms are the smallest building blocks of chemical materials and the different types of atoms are called elements. Atoms are grouped in a multitude of combinations to make molecules. Molecules...
By: Danette M. Scott
Natural disasters are caused by soil erosion, seismic activity, air pressure, and ocean currents. These natural events have occurred since the the earth began forming and continue to cause serious damage and loss of life all over the globe. the root causes of many of...
Is Space Travel to the Planet Mars too Dangerous
By: Anthony Megna
Without the proper spacecraft and diligent safeguards, if NASA or some private space organization were to attempt to send astronauts to Mars they would have zero chance of making it. Don't forget, just to get to Mars requires at least six months of travel with...
By: David Carter
The Earth is our home, and usually we tend to think of it as an inanimate object, but it is actually a living, breathing entity full of life and wonder. The phrase "mother Earth" is not just a catchy phrase, but a perspective that looks...

 

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