By: Roy C Dudgeon
The Alternative Energy System With the Most PotentialIntroduction:There are three basic sources of power available to us: fossil fuels, nuclear power and renewable energy. While the former two are generally referred to as "conventional" power sources, the latter are known as "alternative" energy. So what...
By: Juan Antonio De La Guardia
We all know that the world is experiencing desertification mainly due to deforestation. This desertification means that there is less water for farming, thus producing people to move into the cities. This desertification is producing global warming because there are no trees to capture the...
By: Karen Kapteinis
When looking at an ecosystem and the communities held within, most people inevitably look first at the biological aspects because it is a very obvious part of the landscape. Plants, animals; they are all part of what a person sees when they look at the...
By: Roy C Dudgeon
Sustainability Is An Ecological ImperativeWhy should we care about sustainability? The simple answer is this: because societies whose technologies or practices are not sustainable cease to exist. This is because they are maladapted to the realities and limitations inherent in their ecological context. Many complex...
By: Roy C Dudgeon
Completely Sustainable Emission-Free Technologies Already Exist: So Why Aren't We Implementing Them?Though there is much misinformation concerning these matters I am happy to inform you that all of the technologies to create a completely emission-free and sustainable energy economy already exist. It is commonly...
By: April Starr
Coyotes have gotten a bad rap of late here in the Phoenix Metro area. The problems that face coyotes here in the Valley of the Sun are human caused. Housing in the valley is spreading out across the desert floor at an alarming rate. Urban...
By: Laurie Childree
Energy has become a must instead of a luxury. Most of the items in our home, and in our lives run off of some form of energy or another. The problem is we have taken it for granted for so long that we tend to...
By: Kallie Szczepanski
Looking like one of Dr. Seuss' creations, the Joshua tree stretches its spiky-crowned arms toward the desert skies above the American Southwest. Early Mormon settlers gave the plant its name, because it reminded them of the Biblical Joshua, pointing the way to the Promised Land...
By: Nathan Perkins
What a blast. I built a hydrogen generator model described by one of the other authors for Helium. It really worked. If you are interested in trying to make your own hydrogen generator read the other articles on this same subject. You will find a...
By: Dr. Mohammed Shareef
Cabbage diets fed to rabbits by Chesney and his collegues in 1928, had a goitrogenic (suppression of thyroid function) effect due to the presence of cyanide in their leaves. Potassium thiocyanate administered to rats by Vanderlaan and Vanderlaan, caused discharge of iodide from the thyroid...

 

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