By: Dorothy C Rayner
Weather cycles are changing rapidly. We are unable to keep up with the weather as the transition goes on. We have no clue what the seasons are anymore. Spring is mixed with winter summer is mixed with fall. One day is hot next day is...
By: Vastine East
DRINK WITH THE DINOSAURS The last cool drink of water you enjoyed probably quenched the thirst of a thirsty dinosaur that lived millions of years ago. Dinosaurs were gigantic reptiles that are now extent. Climate changes and other natural disasters on the earth caused the...
By: Keith Hamburger
Super volcanoes are a potential threat that would dwarf anything our civilization has ever faced. While the world frets over global warming, and movies are made about asteroids hitting the Earth, an eruption of a super volcano has barely been faced. But, then again, even...
Lightning conductors and thunderclouds
By: Elaine Arthur
Most of us understand, at the most basic level, that being struck by lightning is something to be avoided. In the first place, we know that the massive concentration of electrical energy (125,000,000 volts in a single stroke) can fry us as surely...
By: Catherine Rowlands
The weather has always been something of a mystery and extremely fascinating because it is so unpredictable. It can be beautiful but it can be devastating as well.The weather seems to have an effect on people's moods and the way we act and feel...
By: Keith Redfern
What are the pros and cons of bio-fuels? Are they worth developing and producing to an increased extent?Bio-fuels appear to provide a viable alternative to fossil fuels. In simple terms, sugar based crops can be used to make ethyl alcohol, a replacement for petrol...
By: Linda Schreiber
"May peace prevail on earth." the sign said. And next to it a flag hung from the keyboard. On the flag was a beautiful sea blue globe of the earth in peaceful blue background of space. A prayer for peace came from the soulful...
By: Kimberlee Tanner
Growing up in the mideast, we got alot of snow in Virginia. I remember my mother bundling me up in my bunny rabbit snow suit that she had made, and sending me out in snow up to my waist. As the years went by, the...
By: Calsue Murray
"Water, Water Everywhere""Water, water everywhere, but nary a drop to drink" is rapidly becoming the "true-to-life" plight of us humans, here on this planet. This reality is coming to pass because of the, seemingly, unabated and unstoppable waste, pollution and depletion of our planet's waters...
By: David Gittlin
It is easy to over simplify the debate on Bio-fuels. The issue, however, is one of the most important questions facing our nation and the world today. We owe it to ourselves to look at both sides of a story that will play a major...

 

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