Tornadoes
By: Emma Riley Sutton
Having lived in areas prone to both hurricanes and tornadoes, I have found that tornadoes are deadlier. I have survived both. I was terrified during the storms. I do not swim, so the hurricane made me shake all over at the thought of all that...
By: Pat Lunsford
Climatologists can’t seem to agree on what causes global climate change and their theories vary so much that the layman doesn’t know what to believe. All of them share the same information but for some reason there are a variety of interpretations of...
Preparing for a hurricane
By: Angie Pollock
The Atlantic hurricane season begins June 1st and continues until November 30th with the busiest part of the season typically during the months of August through October. As seen from these recent years, being prepared for a hurricane is more important than ever. The steps...
By: David Carter
The Earth is our home, and usually we tend to think of it as an inanimate object, but it is actually a living, breathing entity full of life and wonder. The phrase "mother Earth" is not just a catchy phrase, but a perspective that looks...
By: Pat Lunsford
Recent changes in weather patterns have a number of climate scientists saying, “I told you so,” while those who deny global warming have begun to rethink their theories. The summer of 2010 went on record as having four category-4 hurricanes (Two simultaneously) developed...
By: OAHU LOPAKA
A good project for middle school students.HOW ABOUT RECYCLING, Landfill space in America is running out, many cities in our great country are shipping there waste out by rail, or barge to other States to be buried. Why not have a one month project...
Will Great Rivers Die
By: Heather Foster
There are studies worldwide on droughts and their causes. Living in Colorado I have seen the effects of drought on our area. I have also seen the solutions that are so simple that government scientists scoff at them, because they are so simple. Will the...
By: Krista Terebessy
Air is a relatively even, or homogeneous mix of gases; mostly nitrogen at 78% and oxygen at 21% Ironically, and a good thing for us, air is never totally dry: water vapor in its gas form can contribute as much as 4% of the volume...
By: Mdmse. Amelie
Who is responsible for the greenhouse effect?Imagine a courtroom with the General Motors chief executive officer on trial. How does the jury find the defendant, G. Richard Wagoner, Jr., on the charge of forcing the American public to produce more greenhouse gases than is...
Which are Deadlier Hurricanes or Tornadoes
By: Beatrix Kiddo
Science has proven that a hurricanes force has limits where as a tornado is much more unpredictable leading many to believe that a tornado can be much more deadlier than a hurricane after all.Hurricanes range from category one to six. Six is a super...

 

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