By: Vanessa Kristovich
Now is the time to change the way we think about the energy we consume.In the past, we naively assumed that fossil fuels would provide an endless source of energy. Times have changed, however. With the advancement of technology and the growth of the...
By: Jon Dainty Sr.
At last, warmth. Most people believe that the last ice age ended nearly 10,000 years ago. Technically, that's about right, because most of the ice sheets that covered the northern hemisphere were shrinking 8,300 years ago, and ocean levels were once again rising...
Understanding Forest Thinning and why its done
By: Rex Trulove
To keep forests healthy and people safe, forests need to be thinned. The reasons are multiple, and the importance is great. Forest thinning is the process of removing dead branches and dead trees, removing smaller trees to all those remaining to have a better chance...
By: Calvin Robinson
It has been widely reported that cellphone radiation is what is killing our honeybees. Our honeybees in the United States, as well as most of the world, are facing ever increasing mortality from a mostly unknown source. I say mostly unknown, because we do know...
Forest Thinning is Essential for Keeping Forests Healthy and People Safe
By: Paulette Redemske
Is forest thinning is essential for keeping forests healthy and people safe? If forest thinning were done with caring responsibility, however you must consider the ecology of any the forest, from the canopy to the fallen trees to nutrients on the forest floor. Forests are...
Forest Thinning is Essential for Keeping Forests Healthy and People Safe
By: Dominick Murray
The thinning of forests is a natural process as much as it is an anthropogenic one. It has been carried out since the emergence of trees and forests as organisms and communities by the effects of wind. Wind plays an important and natural role in...
By: Dominick Murray
Wood has been burned by mankind since first we harnessed fire. It has been the fuel behind the provision of heat, cooking, defence and craft to name but a few things. Nowadays, when we are quickly watching our fossil fuel reserves dwindle away, we are...
By: Andrew Smith - 344395
Bio Fuels and Their Potential to Replace Fossil Fuels.A fuel can be defined as anything that reacts with Oxygen to release energy. Most fuels that are used today are fossil fuels, such as oil, coal and gas. These were produced by plants which photosynthesized...
By: David Kramer
We continue to look at alternative fuels like ethanol or other plant originated fuels as if this Band-Aid is going to solve the problem. It may help out temporarily, but while sixty million people go to bed hungry and never wake up does it really...
By: Donald Murphy
Nature In our time it is commonly and popularly speculated that Humankind had done the unthinkable and unnatural act of upsetting the balance of the environment, of Nature. It is becoming an acceptable belief that man is actually capable of acting outside of or against...

 

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