By: Helen Holley
The calm waters, drooping moss of cypress and lulling song of wildlife all play their role in making the Louisiana swamps unique to the world, but unfortunately the roar of harvest machinery is presently disturbing the peacefulness of region. Over the course of history, Louisiana...
By: John Carter
Alluvial Gem MiningThis will work anywhere there is a deposit of gravel, or virtually anywhere you want to dig even in your own backyard. This does not mean that gemstones are common they're not, but your chances of finding a valuable gem is as good...
By: Tarot
Continuing the subject matter of nuclear winter following a nuclear exchange. The firestorms generated by the nuclear exchange and the initial blast would release vast quantities of greenhouse gases into the atmosphere which would spread over the entire planet, not just the area of the...
By: Raziuddin Ansari
Salinity is a worldwide phenomenon engulfing large chunks of good arable lands while secondary salinization is creeping into fertile lands making production of many crops redundant. Water, the fountain of life, is present in abundance on earth; almost 3/4th of planet earth is water albeit...
By: Philp Babitsky
Natural gas is what powers a lot of our vehicles, warms our homes, cooks our food and holds together our economy.Natural gas is any gas that is produced without any intervention by man. The natural gas that we extract to use as fuel consists...
By: Joe DeShon
It's fifty years old and it's a piece of junk. In another couple hundred years, it's destined to be destroyed in a violent and fiery blaze of glory.But it's a lovable piece of junk. And maybe - just maybe - it deserves to be...
By: John Carter
Finding a mine is a science, and like all good science the search begins in the library. Mineral deposits usually are found in a group of similar deposits; rarely alone. Often they are also found in a particular rock type. If the library doesn't tell...
Is Space Travel to the Planet Mars too Dangerous
By: Joseph Whalen
The dangers of a manned mission to Mars are significant. Between the long duration exposure to the various cosmic radiations that need to be endured outside the protection of the Earth's magnetic field to the issues of consumable supplies and life support considerations, there are...
Is Space Travel to the Planet Mars too Dangerous
By: Jimmy Nightingale
The Cold War race to put a man on the moon inspired a generation to gaze upwards and ponder our place in the heavens. It was an outstanding technical achievement and the sight of Neil Armstrong setting foot on the lunar surface was an event...
By: Nancy Houser
Changing Magnetic Fields of the Solar SystemI am not sure if the planet can be saved by simply "knowing about" the field of science, but I do know we can learn to recognize what is coming the more we learn through science, in order to...

 

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