How a snowstorm develops
By: Darren James Bighetty
The weather network shows a variety of interesting satellite imaging system information of the atmosphere of the planet Earth. State of the art technology is the channel from where the images are viewable in different correlated energy patterns of differing factors in the weathers' developing...
By: Muhammad Akhir Ariffin
As the full moon of the year's shines down on a Caribbean coral reef of the Belize, 10,000 brown and white fish congregate 100 ft (30 m) beneath the water surface, where the reef drops down into the sea depths. They are Nassau groupers...
By: Janet Grischy
Blueschist is not abundant near the California coast. It is scattered among the much commoner greywacke, shale, and chert in a seemingly irregular fashion. Pockets of limestone are more common in the Coast Range than blueschist. The formations here, in fact the very existence of...
By: Anthony Marrical
Wow! We really need to protect the environment, conserve energy, and become energy independent. That is the mantra heard daily in some form or other. It has strong appeal to both the emotional and logical needs for protecting our environment. It also leads us to...
Who is responsible for the greenhouse effect?
By: Eddie Alexander
Polar bears and their entire habitat are on the brink of destruction. The European heat wave of 2003 led to the deaths of 35,000 people. Meanwhile in the U.S., the Gulf Coast has been ravaged by increasingly destructive hurricanes. What do these things...
By: The Idea Girl
Be thankful for your waterToday we have become used to living in the lap of luxury. Even the poorest people living in North America are considered rich to people from third world countries. People who live in a grass hut with a dirt floor. They...
By: Janet Grischy
According to plate tectonics, now accepted by essentially all geologists, the earth is covered by plates, huge tiles of crust shifting on the subsurface. The ocean plates are mostly basalt, and heavier than the continental plates. The continental plates are mostly granitic rock. The plates...
What will happen when we run out of oil
By: Morgan Carlson
The world may or may not run out of oil, due to the fact that life has continued to exist despite humanity's best efforts to erase it there will be more oil... eventually. But the question asks what will happen when the world does. Assuming...
The temperature at which water is most dense
By: Joshua Horn - 257112
The temperature at which water is most dense is 3.98 degrees Celsius (39.164 degrees Fahrenheit, 277.13 Kelvin). At this temperature water's density is about 999.9720 kilograms per cubic meter. At room temperature (20 degrees Celsius) water has a density of 998...
By: Sowmya Gali
Before I explain the importance of wetlands, it is important to understand what are wetlands. Wetlands, according to Ramsar Convention, are areas of submerged or water saturated land, both natural and artificial, permanent and temporary, with water that is static or flowing, fresh, brackish or...

 

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