By: Billy B. Bob
Protecting the Planet from Our Big FootAccording to one news source, "Recently, a Canadian member of parliament from Edmonton, Alberta, agreed to introduce a petition that called for Bigfoot to be protected under the Canadian version of the endangered species act." Further, "The man...
By: Smartie Pants
Natural gas is the byproduct of the bacterial organic decomposition (organic as is carbon based, not grown by hippies). This occurs wherever there was life and it died and became buried, that makes it an abundant widespread form of energy, its found everywhere often where...
By: Bob Schmidt
Over the course of millions of years, the decayed organic matter that covered the earth was covered by soil and mud which eventually turned into rock. These layers of trapped organic matter changed composition into oil, coal, and bubbles of gas because of the...
By: CD Gozzi
Natural gas is a combination of hydrocarbons primarily methane however ethane, propane and other gases such as nitrogen, helium, carbon dioxide, hydrogen sulfide, and water vapor. It is commonly referred to as natural gas liquids (NGLs). On an energy equivalent basis, NGLs generally have a...
By: Allen Teal
The most widely used description of natural gas relates to pockets of methane and other carbon based gases that have become trapped thousands of feet underground. This gas is reached in much the same way as crude oil. Its origins are also similar to crude...
By: Micky Fricker
If we don't start respecting our Earth we will all be heading For Extinction.It is difficult to ascertain how many species have vanished of the face of the planet because one species called man, a species has to disappear for 50 years before...
By: Chris Handy
When referring to science one refers to the studies of the physical world through observation, the formation of theories, and experimentation to prove or disprove those theories. Scientists though, are supposed to look at these theories with constant skepticism. For instance, Einstein took Newton's...
Is Space Travel to the Planet Mars too Dangerous
By: Nancy Houser
Human space travel to planet Mars will require huge payloads of material, merchandise, supplies, etc., that are larger than the unmanned spacecraft itself. The fact remains that nobody knows how to prepare for such an adventure because nobody has ever done it before on such...
Is Space Travel to the Planet Mars too Dangerous
By: Odin Kyle
Space travel to Mars is not too dangerous to attempt. When one makes a determination of the risk of any significant endeavour it must be weighed against the gains. Exploration and colonization is a human imperative we should not ignore. The human race needs heroes...
Is Space Travel to the Planet Mars too Dangerous
By: Robert D. Twitchell
If we're talking about unmanned probes and robotic cameras then the answer is no but if we were to send people on a mission to Mars then the answer would have to be yes, it is extremely dangerous. A large percentage of the unmanned probes...

 

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