By: Jishi Santos
Tips for teaching geographyWhen I saw this topic my mind went on a trip from above and looked down upon the blue and green and brown and yellow and red planet and thought this will be so interesting. I taught primary school geography once and...
By: Richard Serra
I'm not a scientist, but I do pride myself for having a lust for knowledge when it comes to science and how it can play a role in our lives.I'm full of my own theories about many things that pose a grand question, and...
Space Travel
By: Richard Serra
Considering present day technology, it may be too dangerous, but that is not to say a concentrated effort to eliminate all the risks involved would make it any less dangerous. All is needed to have a disaster is one safety link in the chain to...
By: Janette Peel
The magic of nature exists in plants, flowers, trees, elements and in you, and, above all, is supported by the living Earth.In 1979, a scientist James Lovelock announced his Gaia Theory. He argued that the Earth is a living creature and that, far from...
Is dowsing fact or fiction?
By: Sadie Kay
Dowsing history:The history of dowsing (aka well witching or divining) some say starts with Moses (Numbers 20:9-11), or with the ancient Greeks, but the first written record of finding anything with a forked twig was in 1556 in a work by Georgius Agrocola, "De re...
By: R.A. Scott
People have been dowsing for thousands of years. For the most part dowsing has been used to find water but not exclusively. Since ancient times, dowsers have been trying to find water, metals and other objects hidden or buried underground. The science on this has...
By: Ana M Tomsa
Today, in this Cyberworld, there is lot of information and help at teachers' fingertips. As someone who often uses online teaching resources, I know how one can easily become overwhelmed by the quantity of available teaching materials, almost getting lost in all the lesson plans...
How biochar may help save our planet
By: David Nuttle
For several hundred years, a few Amazonian Indian tribes have used a slash-and-char technique in the process of clearing forests to make fields to produce food crops. The timber biomass, removed from the land, was placed in pits and started on fire, and then covered...
The Safety of Space Travel
By: Jacquie Schmall
A large percentage of adults over thirty-five, cannot easily tolerate some of the dizzying rides in amusement parks, much less an incredibly fast hundred and fifty million mile journey through space to then attempt life on a planet without comfort or human support. Technology can...
World's smallest countries
By: Harry Stevens
There is a lot of variation among the world's 200 or so countries. They vary in government, size, and population. However, one of the most notable differences among the many countries of the world is their variation in size. They differ in the millions of...

 

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