By: Anne StClair
The list of the most populated cities of course depends on your definition of what a city is and where it ends, and it also depends on where you look for the information. Depending on where you look, you will come up with different lists...
By: Steve Marshall
Gaia will always keep living on, but can we keep living on with it? Do we really think that we are it's masters, and so maybe even also begin to think that we could even live without it, for that matter? Can we really control...
Is Space Travel to the Planet Mars too Dangerous
By: Monicka Baird
These types of questions are always asked by those that would rather imagine nothing than imagine the impossible. Living is dangerous. We need to learn to dream wildly again. Ask questions about the unimaginable, follow that deep nagging in our gut to go to those...
By: Ken Whitehead
Every day as we go about our normal lives we are constantly exhorted to “save the planet” by companies trying to sell us the latest “green” cleaning product or electrical appliance or any one of 1000 other consumer products. Leaving aside the dubious...
The effects of wildfire on environment
By: James Johnson
Wildfire, the term conjures up burning forests with towering pines bursting with the sound of gunfire into flames. Antelope running before a wall from the fire as it burns across the prairie. They are considered destructive and they can be, especially to human habitation, but...
Battling wildfire: What it takes to put out a wildfire
By: James Johnson
Having worked for the United States Forestry Service as a Forest fir fighter battling wildfires I can state with firm conviction that it takes a lot of guts, determination, dedication, luck and intelligence mixed with a bit of prayer to put out a forest fire...
By: James Johnson
Wildfire! The term conjures destruction in the wilderness. It is a fire out of control that burns and consumes everything it can. A "natural force" that can be released by man that to many is just short of nuclear destruction. But is it really as...
By: Peggy Barnett
The Tale of Gervase of Canterbury "that orbed maiden, with white fire laden, whom mortals call the moon" - Percy Bysshe Shelley It was June 25, 1178. Henry II, the father of Richard the Lion-hearted and the first English king of the Plantagenets, ruled over...
By: Dave Franklin
I have always been someone that, whilst having faith in science and understanding its place in the advancement of mankind, I also have reservations about it. It can at times, by its very nature, be too focused, self absorbed and clinical and often reluctant to...
By: Denis Kenny
Why should we respect the Earth? Should we respect it because it’s just a big ball floating in outer space (okay it’s an oblate spheroid) or should we respect it like we respect everything that has achieved so much above everything else? Like...

 

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