Tornadoes and Hurricanes
By: Marshall Parks
Statistically tornadoes kill more people in the United States than hurricanes. For this debate, I am assuming that we are referencing the U.S. and not worldwide, although there can be an argument made for either.As for the United States, an average of 1...
Global warming and its effect on society
By: Michelle Reed
Carbon emissions are having an effect on society by causing Global Warming. Global warming is not one precise thing causing problems for our planet; it is a culmination of many factors that when present will create damage. Many people are clueless about what they can...
When will people worldwide have enough clean, safe water to drink?
By: Joseph Robertson - 425680
MORE THAN 1 BILLION PEOPLE ALREADY FACE FRESH WATER SCARCITY, FIGURE EXPECTED TO DOUBLE IN 20 YEARS' TIMEWater is one of the "fundamental building-blocks of life", as is often said in science, in biology classrooms, in medicine, theology, environmental policy debates, and in cosmology and...
The basic properties of water
By: Nicole Tufts
I am amazed by everything the sea has to offer. It's constantly changing, so free, it does whatever it wants. Have you ever gone scuba diving? Well, when you are under water it is so peaceful, so perfect. You can't hear anything going on in...
Finding alternate power sources
By: William Cobbs
We spend billions and billions on the investigation of space. Though it is a worthwhile enterprise for science and even sometimes comes up with a practical application, one can look at the obvious and KNOW that even with extended space travel, we will only make...
By: Don A Shepard
Lightning is very deadly. In fact according to the National Weather Service it is responsible for an average of 62 deaths and 300 documented injuries a year over the past 30 years in the United States. This is second only to floods in weather related...
Will great rivers die?
By: Marie Seltenrych
The second law of thermodynamics dictates to us that everything will die! How many of us are getting younger each day? (If you found that great fountain of youth please let the world know!)I am not very scientific but I do real a lot...
Introduction to rain forests
By: James Johnson
Everyone in this day and age has heard about The Rain Forests of the world, but why are they really important? Aside from exotic timbers and interesting documentaries, are they valuable? What can be learned from the rain forests? The rain forests are "carbon sinks"...
By: Patricia Young
Reducing greenhouse gas emissions are today's buzzwords. All responsible citizens try to minimize their energy use in their everyday lives. One unlikely source, Macadamia Nut power is helping to reduce greenhouse gases. Macadamia trees, native to Australia, are evergreen native rainforest trees that grow anything...
By: James Johnson
You are a bit confused, you have heard some people rave about "biostatic" medications and others talk about "biocidal". Are they the same? Is one better than the other? What you want is to define biocidal and biostatic. Nothing simpler!Biocidal means to kill life...

 

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