By: Keith Hamburger
Living at the foot of Pikes Peak brings a sense of awe and wonder. The massive rise of the Front Range of the Rocky Mountains is and omnipresent symbol of the forces of geology. The colossal summit of these mountains, more than a mile above...
By: Daniel J. Gansle
If you ever wonder why America is so reliant on Middle East oil as opposed to pumping its own petroleum out of the ground, here's the reason. In his recent book, The Age of Turbulence, former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan recounts the peak of...
Should Scientists Allowed Divert Hurricane Major City Dooming Rural
By: Nancy Houser
Scientifically manipulating the weather for any purpose is not only morally but ethically wrong. There is a strong purpose for science in our world of today, but it has developed into the ability to go too far without first investigating into the future, looking at...
By: William Perry
Biodiversity loss can be explained simply through one precept, however it is much more complicated than that, as Habitat loss, Pollution and Global Ocean Temperature rises are all causes and effects of the immediate environment. Overfishing seems to be at the forefront of biodiversity loss...
By: Mohamed Boulaaqal
It is generally agreed that water is the natural resource that is necessary and essential to the life of the creatures. Without out water, no creatures could resist and survive for a while. However, people around the world are not aware of this importance of...
By: Michael Bettencourt
THE NEW HAMPSHIRE FARM MUSEUMOne day, many years ago, I spent a marvelous day at the New Hampshire Farm Museum in Milton, New Hampshire. I used the word "marvelous" in its more or less natural state, as a description of being filled with wonder and...
By: Francis Jock
The Navy's World Famous "Hurricane Hunters" of Weather Reconnaissance Squadron FOUR (VW-4) conducted weather reconnaissance missions in the skies of the Atlantic and the Caribbean Oceans from 1953 to 1975. With six Lockheed WC-121 Super Constellation aircraft, this distinguished squadron of Naval aviators, aerographers and...
Will Great Rivers Die
By: Stephen Janowsky
Less than one percent of water on Earth is found as fresh water in lakes and rivers. This water is vital to all land-living creatures. The world's rivers have forever been a source of life in continental areas. They have been the cradles of early...
By: Miss Fran Daniels
In March 2008, wikipedia reported that the world's population is believed to have reached over 6.65 billion. I have researched the following information to get people to realise how precious water is.Statistics taken from wikipedia and the BBC News and Water aid websites...
Will Great Rivers Die
By: Colette Georgii
Water is our most important commodity. Without water we can't live and societies cannot flourish or in some cases cannot even subsist. The rivers of the world which provide the water for agriculture, mining, drinking, and hydroelectric power are in trouble. The water tables are...

 

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