By: Mary Tyrer
America's wakeup call:Due to the over use of fossil fuels, America has created grave problems, as have other countries around the world. Now that a barrel of oil is over $100 it is time for America to wake up! The difference between America and other...
By: Bob Knapman
Community Benefits The study of alternative energy would be enriched by a community application. A community such as a lake resort where the local governing body could begin by drilling the Geothermal start point. This "seed" could initially provide a heat source for communal use...
By: Laurence Williams
Homo TechnologistNear the birth of humanity, some ancient genius learned to control fire: technology was born. Coeval with mastery of fire, language was created. The communication of thoughts made astounding changes in humanities capability to survive. Cooperating minds produced history, legends, myths and poetry; language...
By: Bob Knapman
I have no doubt that the most reliable, predictable and renewable source of energy is the Earth itself. By the term "Earth" I am referring to Geo-thermal. The Earth has an internal temperature of several thousand degrees insulated by the crust. At points this heat...
Where have all the coyotes gone?
By: Rex Trulove
Coyotes are one animal that is likely to be around for a long time, particularly in the vicinity of man. They can often be found in rural areas near towns, and while they are cautious of man, they are not particularly scared to be around...
Should Kruger National Park in South Africa Decrease some of its Elephant
By: Josephine Polifroni
The real question being asked is, should the elephant population be decreased by killing large numbers of elephants. While it has become obvious that Kruger National Park, in South Africa, is now supporting an elephant population that is impractically large for the size of the...
By: Tonic
Everything in words is a theory, and the facts about why polar bears are disappearing are theories as well. The theory that is well documented by scientists is that global warming is taking place as we speak. These scientists, and I myself, are unsure whether...
By: Pamela Brown - 394170
Bees sustain us. In an age of industrial farming and urban sprawl, honeybees pollinate countless acres of nuts, fruits and vegetables. Softly they cultivate lush fields of alfalfa sprouts fed to dairy cows expected to produce milk. Migratory beekeepers transport millions of bees seasonally each...
By: Jim Adkins
The honeybee is a key component to $15 billion worth of U.S. agricultural products. They play an essential function in the world's food supply and something is killing them by the millions. This past autumn, beekeepers along the east coast began reporting large die-offs...
By: Karen Bledsoe
"Green" living is suddenly popular, as more and more people become concerned about the environment. "Green" science projects can help you explore ideas about green living and help you make your home and school more environmentally-friendly. Here are a few to try:BIG BOX OR SMALL...

 

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