The Safety of Space Travel
By: Jacquie Schmall
A large percentage of adults over thirty-five, cannot easily tolerate some of the dizzying rides in amusement parks, much less an incredibly fast hundred and fifty million mile journey through space to then attempt life on a planet without comfort or human support. Technology can...
By: Rex Trulove
We are led to believe that the earth is warming up catastrophically. Yet the predictions made by the global warming theory are falling more and more behind what is actually happening on this planet. Recent weather trends not only bear this out, but they also...
Energy-saving tips
By: Cate Ferguson
Simple and Effective Tips to Help You Save Energy (and Money)I am sure we have all seen and heard the advertisements urging us to Reduce, Re-Use and Recycle.I am also reasonably certain that most of us just went right to the end of that...
Ocean dead zones explained
By: Bj Anderson
Ocean dead zones are literally that, in being a marine Plutonian sector void of life with the seafloor littered in an oceanic macrocosm of skeletal remains garroted in a layer of matted, slimy bacteria. Sea life that are mobile enough and weren't rendered unconscious were...
Proposals to stop global warming
By: R.A. Scott
We've all heard about global warming. It's about cars and business releasing CO2 into the atmosphere and after some chemistry you get a man-made warming of the earth. There is, however, something that is getting away with filling the atmosphere with huge amounts. We allow...
By: Rex Trulove
Since they sound so opposing, one might wonder how someone could possibly think that our global warming may lead to a new ice age. To answer this, we need to look at a few facts that media and politically organizations really don't want you to...
All about coral reefs
By: Paul Oranika
What are Coral Reefs one may ask? Coral Reefs are simply the "rain forest of the sea" but as beautiful as they appear, not much research has been done to evaluate their general condition. They play a very important function in the world's eco-system. They...
How snow is formed
By: Joyce Good Henderson
When I was a child, the most essential piece of snow equipment, stationed right next to the shovel by the front porch, was a yard stick. If the snow measured six or more inches deep, school would be cancelled for the day. Unfortunately, we only...
How starfish threaten coral reefs
By: Vadim Osadchi
A large amount of starfish were recently discovered in the reefs in Halmahera, Indonesia, at the very center point of the Coral Triangle. Starfish, who latch onto coral and use their digestive enzymes to break down at it, could become a real threat to the...
By: Tristan Ng Kien Hann - 486309
Water pollution is defined as the contamination of water bodies such as lakes, rivers, seas and oceans and groundwater which are caused by numerous activities by human beings. Water pollution is actually a major problem that the world is facing. You cannot deny that everyone...

 

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