By: Steve Lussing
Water conservation is an issue wherever there is a shortage of water and this point is made very transparent when one has the evidence of satellite imagery before him. I once received a world map from the National Geographic Society with the common geopolitical divisions...
By: John Carter
Connecticut is rightfully called the birthplace of American mining. This may come as a surprise to many people, but there are over six hundred abandoned mines within the borders of Connecticut. This mining was started in precolonial days by the Native Americans when they first...
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An Experiment Concerning Tsunami Prevention Techniques The effectiveness of three different types of coastal barriers in deterring a simulated tsunami or hurricane wave will be determined. Three six-inch tall barrier designs will be tested in a bath-tub. A design of this type could significantly reduce...
By: Jordan Larry
Water pollution is a major problem in the world today. It is mostly a major problem in the countries that contain major cities where there are many factories. One of the major countries that are affected by water pollution is France. In France, it is...
By: Donna Fallesen
Each season brings a different kind of warmth into your heart. You long for each to return when it is taken away, and gladly welcome the other when it arrives. They are consistent and always will return the next year.I have always loved the...
By: Ben Moore - 398169
The North and South poles are places that if we don't change our global warming path will become one of the only places that are still habitable to live in. This brings up the question, who owns the north and south poles? Now we have...
By: Aaron Hanlon
The evolution of the Earth is a fascinating subject although the term Evolution is not quite accurate when describing the Earth. The Earth no more evolved than a mountain range evolves. It is beautiful yes, complex and born of our universe but it cannot fight...
By: Phillip Ellis - 361472
A rubbis British story!I, like most of you, recycle. Not everyone does, it is optional at the moment. We can let the likes of students off from not putting anything in the bin, liberally sprinkling it around their rented house and garden instead, because...
By: Ogo A. Bellard
Large scale human powered Biogas production: A solution whose time has arrived The average human body produces .696 kilograms of solid waste every day, that's 248 kilograms a year and 18,626 kilograms a lifetime (75). The city of Johannesburg in South Africa was home...
By: Barry Williams
Ask any ten year old or any small child regardless of age as long as they can understand a serious question and they will give a serious answer. Ask them who owns the North Pole and they will, without any shadow of a doubt say...

 

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