Solution for the energy crisis: Solar power
By: M E Skeel
I have had a look at the articles written to this title and I believe that I am the only person who is actually using Solar Power to solve my own energy needs. Obviously for this reason I do believe that solar power is a...
How planet Earth was formed
By: Joseph Kirch
The Apple Pie Theory of the Creation of the Earth Scientists have long thought that the creation of the topography of the earth and the formation of the continents and land masses was due to shifts within the continental plates. The author begs to differ...
Storms Natures Fury Hurricanes Tornadoes
By: Richard Serra
As it is with most comparisons, a more accurate comparison would be if both occurred the same amount of times, and since tornadoes are much more frequent than hurricanes, the amount of deaths over a period of time would surpass that of how many deaths...
By: Terrie Schultz
The Discovery of Lake TanganyikaThe Stuff of LegendStruggling through dense, uncharted jungle; fording chest-deep rivers and slogging through malaria-infested swamps It may sound like something out of an Indiana Jones movie, but it is the true story of the discovery Lake Tanganyika in 1858 by...
Proposals to stop global warming
By: David Nuttle
To stop global warming, we need to dramatically reduce the massive burning of fossil fuels. These fuels generate the carbon dioxide (CO2) that is a primary cause of the greenhouse gases producing global warming. At the same time, we need to expand carbon sequestration efforts...
Space Travel
By: Richard Serra
Considering present day technology, it may be too dangerous, but that is not to say a concentrated effort to eliminate all the risks involved would make it any less dangerous. All is needed to have a disaster is one safety link in the chain to...
By: Janette Peel
The magic of nature exists in plants, flowers, trees, elements and in you, and, above all, is supported by the living Earth.In 1979, a scientist James Lovelock announced his Gaia Theory. He argued that the Earth is a living creature and that, far from...
By: G E Barr
WITHIN THE SCIENCESEcologically speaking, symbiosis has a different term for each type of symbiotic relationship. Five of these terms are, Mutualism, Commensalism, Parasitism, Competition and Neutralism.With Mutualism, both species benefit. With Commensalism, one species benefits and the other is unaffected. With Parasitism, one species...
By: Janet Grischy
When a young boy sees his breath on a cold winter day, it is because he has made a small cloud. The air he breathes out is full of moisture, and when it leaves his mouth it cools and expands. When it does this, the...
By: Joyce M. George-Knight
If it's fun, children enjoy it. An at home activity based around color coordination begins the instruction-in-disguise. Whether using crayons or colored paper, have your child draw the necessary clothing for winter. The game will then be, "If you were going shopping, what colors would...

 

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