By: Chris Visco
Geology science projects for middle school students? I know, a volcano, let's build a volcano! As a geology teacher, let me plead with all of you, No more exploding volcanoes! There are lots of great activities that can be done. SOIL BACKGROUND: Often referred to...
By: Chris Visco
Rock tumbling is a great hobby, especially for kids. It is not too expensive but it is very noisy!WHAT EQUIPMENT DO YOU NEED? A rotary tumbler. This is basically a drum which turns round and round to polish your stones.HOW DOES IT WORK...
By: T88
For most people visiting Mexico, they wish to go to a warm, sunny, coastal location. Most will enjoy a nice week of consistently warm temperatures and plenty of sunlight. However, some times of the year could present weather issues. If a person travels during the...
By: Derek G Rogers
I am retired now, but some years ago I was part of a "Marketing Review Team" formed by the board of the multinational company for whom I worked. The brief to the group was clear enough. "Decide in which direction and in which product sector...
By: K. L. Hosking
Fuel For 0.90 cents per gallon.With oil and gas prices at a record high, scientists are scrambling to find ways of creating alternative fuels from renewable sources. In February 2000, a report stated that a study funded by the Department Of Energy (DOE)...
By: K. L. Hosking
World Water Monitoring. How Clean Is Your Water?On behalf of the U.S Clean Water Act., the World Environment Federation set up a project known as World Water Monitoring Day. This program enlists the help of millions of citizens from around the world, to...
By: Chris Visco
So how many of you have ever heard of Alfred Wegener? No, he's not baseball player, rock musician or Hollywood celebrity. He is known as the father of continental drift. He was a meteorologist, studying climate in Greenland in the early 1900's. In those times...
By: Steve Lussing
The delivery of fresh water to those who need it is becoming increasingly important to an ever growing global population. In an ironic demonstration of karmic balance the benefits of plenty seem to be traded for the adverse environmental impacts that result from the exploitation...
By: Jennifer Smith - 373109
White sands, tan bodies, coconut melodies, and crystal blue waters that glisten in the sun. Palms sway in the wind right along with the hammocks' and all is well in Mexico. When the sun sets the party really gets started as a rainbow of lights...
By: Chris Visco
When I was a little kid, I used to love to watch the television series Superman. Even though I knew he was a fictional character, it was fun to fanaticize about his magic powers. I remember one episode, where the world's deepest oil well was...

 

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