By: Maurice Sassoon
Planet Earth had definitely changed with the evolution of animals. Let us begin with a four-legged animal that existed millions of years ago. It was the size of a fox with four toes on each front foot and three toes on each hind foot. It...
By: Marie Devine
Like the rest of the problems we have caused, the scarcity of clean safe water to drink has been fought by some of the best minds in the international community. Deserts still are getting larger and more numerous in spite of the United Nation Environment...
By: Marc Phillippe Babineau
This is surely one subject that mankind can not just turn our collective heads away from and say "God will fix it". We are ruining our most important resource, fresh water, at a rate unequaled in human history. From pollution, over usage, new species introductions...
By: Barry Marcus
South Africa is currently facing a two-pronged energy crisis a shortage of electricity and oil at over $100 a barrel. The sun produces enough energy to provide for almost all of the power requirements of the world if this free energy can be harnessed. South...
By: CE Wynn
Australia is a unique country. Due to its size there is a huge diversity of geographical features and climates. Although settled much later then European countries, it was its harsh climate and tuff terrain that kept this wonderful country untouched for so long. There is...
By: Eve Redstone
Australia is the size of Europe and embraces many different climates, making it a land of contrasts. These contrasts can be seen in the wide variety of natural features that are available to enthrall visitors from overseas, and from other parts of Australia.ULURUUluru is...
By: Suzette Harris
If you think of Australia, what comes to mind? For most people it will be Ayres rock, as it seems to be the most publicized land feature to come from Aussie.Did you know that Australia has a lot of features that you never hear...
By: CE Wynn
Ever since the pioneers settled, agriculture has been the life blood of Australia. Even with all the new technology available, with the bigger trucks and the improved efficiency, the industry is still one the hardest to make successful. In 2008 there still are many concerns...
By: Shaheen Darr
This topic cannot be discussed without first stating some facts about the Amazon River. In addition to being the world's second largest river it is also the world's widest river producing 20% of all the freshwater that is poured into the oceans of our world...
By: R.L Hanlon
Whether it's sun, surf and the finest beaches in the world, ski slopes that rival those of Switzerland, tropical rainforests that are inspiring or rock formations that are eerie, Australia is where you'll find them.Nestled among the most cosmopolitan cities in the world, friendly...

 

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