Moving Storms
By: Cody Keeble
When the natural instinct of any animal is to survive we have to do everything we can to make sure we do survive. Our entire international society is based on the basic rule of surviving. Everything we do technologically and mentally is so we can...
By: Morgan Carlson
Sustainable water management is the act of ensuring that the dwindling freshwater supplies around the world remain for the sake of future generations by not depleting them in the present. With a concern resting on all facets of water use between us and the environment...
By: Cody Keeble
A lot of news has been brought up lately that the planets temperature has been heating up. Most people call this Global Warming. Although Global Warming is a very controversial subject many people look past the label and agree that we have been hurting our...
By: Morgan Carlson
Since the cultivation of seeds early in human history, along with the domestication of animals, agriculture has formed the basis of support and stability that feeds society and allows it to progress. Once only located in climates where the soil could support it, it later...
By: Zach F
Rivers can teach us a lot, not just about science, but about nature and life. Scientists study rivers for many reasons. Rivers and river beds teach us about geology, geography, weather and climate, and ancient human history. We can leave that to the scientists. But...
What lessons can we learn from the river?
By: Lisa Lai
Biomimetics is the science of producing technology that mimics nature, brought about because science has long recognized that nature already holds the answers it's members seek. Like building ship hulls by recreating the structure of shark's skin, science is the student and nature is the...
What lessons can we learn from the river?
By: Tres Mali Scott
When asking what lessons can we learn from "the river", "the river" is seen as a contributing member of our society. A liquid body of life, that moves with the wind, that contains other life, a water world, a world of water. A peaceful part...
Should Scientists Allowed Divert Hurricane Major City Dooming Rural
By: Ernest Capraro
In the world of medicine, surgeons are forced sometimes to make decisions that enable them to help some patients while leaving others to their "doom". The decision making process is known as triage, and focuses on concentrating the doctor's effort where the most good...
By: Bert Meinders
Whenever wind power is mentioned these days, people tend to hear "wind-generated electricity". This is a part of the lazification of English, similar to the habit of saying "alloy" when they mean "aluminium". It is also an effect of the great electricity fetish of...
How clouds form
By: Judith O'Connor
Fascinating Clouds Clouds have fascinated me since my early childhood. My friends and I used to lie on the grass in our front yard canopied by the huge weeping birch tree that had been planted at my birth. Our home was near the Wasatch...

 

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