By: John Graham - 384486
Whether we will have enough water in the future is a topic that environmentalists love to raise and they are correct that many places in this world around the major deserts do not have enough water for the burgeoning populations.We should remember that water...
By: Dr. G. A. Anderson
Deforestation of tropical forests is occurring at a rapid pace. Rainforests are among the richest and most diverse terrestrial systems and are home to a great many biological communities, called biomes. Although they take up less than ten percent of the earth's land surface, they...
By: S. F. Heron
Imagine a place only accessible by deep-sea submersible. A place that's so cold only the smallest microbes and microorganisms can survive. A place where water exhibits such tremendous amount of pressure that it equals 16,000 pounds per square inch. At almost 7 miles in...
By: Michael Bettencourt
Three Seasons Out Of FourWinterWhen Shakespeare began Richard III with "Now is the winter of our discontent," he began with the wrong season. Summer is the real season of discontent. Summer has all the disadvantages and none of the benefits of temptation, ratcheting the...
Will Great Rivers Die
By: Lorraine Jackson
Sadly yes. Why? because of the reckless endangerment of the environment caused by the intolerence of Man. Air Pollution. Poisonous Chemicals filling the land daily, Toxins in our water. Only a matter of time before our food supply is affected by it. We have to...
By: Perry McCarney
Palaeontology is the science that studies the fossil record to investigate the evolution of life on Earth. From the fossil record it has been determined that there has been five previous major mass extinction events or periods in Earth's history, such as the most publicly...
By: Charlotte Dummitt
We talk, we complain, we write, we make movies and yet without action nothing will change.I feel sad as I write this. It is a shame we even have to discuss this. Can you imagine how it would be if we all learned to...
By: Stephanie Sublett
Solar cells could potentially solve the energy crisis. Households could become independent of the power grid or even give power back to the grid. Large businesses could defer much of their energy consumption. Schools could operate more efficiently. Combination solar/electric cars might not need any...
By: Walter Little
Global warming and its effects on developing countries How is it affecting us? According to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) the average global temperature near the Earth's surface has increased approximately 1.33 degrees Fahrenheit during the one hundred (100) year period ending...
By: Keith Hamburger
Radium in groundwater can become a serious health concern if the concentrations become high enough. Radium is a decay product of uranium and is therefore found wherever uranium might be found. It is over one million times more radioactive than uranium. Radium decays radioactively predominately...

 

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