By: Chris Visco
"Conservation may be a sign of personal virtue but it is not a sufficient basis for a sound, comprehensive energy policy." DICK CHENEY APRIL 2001 This statement is typical of the ignorance surrounding the energy crisis which is upon us. Despite remarks such as...
By: T88
A severe drought causes starvation in Africa. Flash floods kill thousands in the Caribbean. The hottest temperatures in years are witnessed in California. Thousands of marine species die off the coast of South America. These aren't scenarios out of a fictional science thriller. All of...
Will Great Rivers Die
By: Morris Kiema Kilunda
Great rivers in the tropical climate zones are likely to die. Great rivers in the temperate climate zones are not likely to. This is due to the effect of global warming as a result of man's activities that include deforestation and pollution. Global warming is...
By: Morris Kiema Kilunda
This is a good objective if it can be realized. It would eliminate water borne diseases and save medical revenue used to control, prevent and treat water related diseases. It could also enable a nation to redirect its finance to develop other economic fields. It...
By: Gideon Azeh
Energy source The motion of air molecule, in fact the turbulence in the air could be a huge source of energy. It's what has driven a wind turbine that has provided electrical energy in some places and wind mills in some others. This project seeks...
By: Michael Lipsky
Radium is a radioactive, alkaline, earth metal that occurs naturally, almost everywhere, in trace amounts in rocks and soils. It has a chemical symbol of RA with an atomic number of 88. As radium decays, it releases energy into the environment until a stable, non-radioactive...
Will Great Rivers Die
By: Richard Probert
Nature always finds a way.This is a saying I have always found fascinating as it Makes me realize just how small human life and our evolution can seem in the grand scale of what this earths been through over time.We are being told...
By: Patricia Young
What is the water cycle? The water cycle describes the existence and movement of water on, in, and above the earth. The water cycle has no starting point, but it is in the oceans where most of Earth's water exists. Even though the balance of...
By: Chris Visco
Hurricane season in Mexico? Now you would think that we wouldnt even have to write an article on this one. Wouldnt you think the travel agencies would post this information and have everyone memorize it? Well, not so much. It doesnt look too good for...
Will Great Rivers Die
By: Chiranjibi Paudyal
"Everything including the nature changes and to cry over the past is futile," is completely true in the context of our great rivers.Nile, Ganga, Sindh, Yangtze and Mississippi were the great names in the past. But they are no more. Everything changes in...

 

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