An overview of green energy possibilities from the ocean
By: Jacqueline Trovato
The Wave of the Future With 70 percent of the earth's surface covered by water, it is certainly feasible that flowing water should be a good source of alternative energy. Energy can be produced by strategically locating turbine engines in the path of strong water...
By: L.S. Watts
Knowing the difference between a tornado watch and tornado warning will help you be better prepared in the event that a tornado should actually occur. Being prepared is crucial during this time. Do not take the issued watches and warnings lightly, because it is in...
All you need to know about earthquakes
By: Frances Stanford
Did you know that there are almost one thousand earthquakes occurring in only one day? The movements, which are often the result of the natural shaking of the Earth's surface, can go undetected. However, eruptions can also be so violent that they bring death and...
The wildlife of Heron Island
By: M E Skeel
Heron Island is a member of a group of islands known as the Capricornia Cays that lie 70 km offshore of the city of Gladstone, Queensland on the Tropic of Capricorn and are part of the Great Barrier Reef. These islands are coral cays...
Rogue waves: A mysterious ocean phenomenon
By: Elli Hall
In 1933 in the North Pacific, the USS Ramapo encountered a huge wave that was estimated to be 112 feet tall. Some years later in1942, the RMS Queen Mary located around 700 miles from Scotland, was met with a 98 foot wave which almost capsized...
By: Cody Hodge
What will the world do when we run out of oil? Very good question, and I don't think anyone really has an answer for that. All that we know so far is that the day of reckoning is close at hand, and we only have...
Particulate pollution explained
By: Joseph Malek
As we all know, atoms and molecules are particles, no matter how small they might be. So too, protons neutron and electrons are particles. They are the building blocks of the three states of matter that exists within our Universe. Those three kinds of...
By: Darien Santmyer
Before I answer the question, we must first know more about the North and South Poles are. The North Pole is an imaginary point where every longitude line converges. The North Pole is physically an ocean, more specifically the Arctic Ocean, which is surrounded...
The case for respecting the Earth
By: Jishi Santos
Respect, regrowth, maybe a reborn earth? Out of the void something very special happened at sometime in our past. Our planet ,Earth was born. One time, a time ago, we were all born and hopefully have lived with the respect a human being deserves...
Causes of noise pollution
By: Joseph Malek
How many times were you at home or at work when suddenly you heard the sound of the siren of some kind of an emergency vehicle? It could have been a police car, ambulance, or a fire truck. Then again, that sound or sounds could...

 

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