By: Wendy R.
Igneous rocks are rocks formed from volcanic eruptions that have cooled. There are many types of igneous rocks, the most commonly known being pumice, basalt, and granite. There are two types of igneous rock. Intrusive rock is rock which solidifies underneath earth's surface. Granite is...
Finding alternatives for electric energy
By: Effie Moore Salem
Cooling breezes with open windows, eating foods that don't need cooking, shaving with a non-electric razor, giving up the use of the hair dryer, are a few of the ways electricity is saved. Electricity is necessary, but as our ancestors knew, it is possible to...
By: Frances Laing
Choose (and grow) organic food. You'll be setting out on a wonderful, creative learning adventure that will benefit you and your family in all sorts of different ways. You'll be adopting what they call 'The Precautionary Principle'. In essence that means: you're not going...
By: Keiron Audain
Biotechnology and Food Production. When it comes to answering the question of whether the application of GM (genetically modified) technology to improve food production is a good thing, two main issues spring to mind - the first one being the largely unknown effects of...
Environmental crime explained
By: Joseph Malek
According to a story written within a well known weekly news magazine it seems that the worst polluters of the environment are "Public Utilities." Yes, most of those fossil fueled powered electric generation plants are spewing millions of tons of carbon emissions each year...
How is igneous rock classified?
By: Elizabeth M Young
Igneous rock is formed from magma. It is igneous intrusive, when it forms within a closed internal structure within the earth, where it is not exposed to the atmosphere. Igneous intrusive rock lives under conditions where the crystals and minerals are allowed to grow to...
How does your country handle their garbage problem?
By: Joe Friedman
This is Not Our Father's Garbage "The truth knocks on the door and You say 'Go away, I'm looking for the truth,' and so it goes away. Puzzling." -Robert M. Pirsig- Throughout history, humankind in all its vanity has distinguished itself from...
Major causes of water pollution
By: KArBill
According to the EPA, Americans average use of fresh water is 151.9 gallons per day while average European use is 66 gallons per day. We use most of that water on our cars and lawns and other outdoor activities. We are by far the...
How to make your own home windmill
By: James Stewart - 539091
When the wind is blowing take note - a home windmill is a fantastic free source of energy. If you are thinking of ways to save home energy then an energy producing windmill should be a serious consideration. They can easily sustain enough electricity to...
How to build a windmill generator for profit
By: James Stewart - 539091
Most people are fully aware of the huge opportunities that can be gained by building a windmill generator at home. Quite simply you could completely eliminate your household electric bill by building and installing a windmill generator and harnessing the natural power of wind...

 

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