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By: David Brown - 226423
Diverting a major hurricane, yet any form of impending natural disaster is dealing the cards that God had planned for His earthly creation. It is a shame that so many hurricanes that have already occurred came with a price, but did God not destroy His...
What is the Kola Superdeep Borehole?
By: Shelly Barclay
The Kola Superdeep Borehole or SG-3 is located in the Kola Peninsula in the Soviet Union and it is the second deepest borehole on the planet. It was the deepest borehole until 2008, when it was surpassed in depth by the Maersk Oil & Gas...
What happens to animal species when saltwater is introduced to freshwater?
By: Masayoshi Yamada
You probably won't see goldfishes swimming in the ocean, and clown fishes are amusing, but you are not going to see them at a freshwater lake near you. There is a good reason for that, and that is because animals that live in freshwater have...
Volcanoes, what they do and how they're formed
By: Nick Yip
Natural disasters are one of the world's wonders - we are still continually studying these to see how we can improve evacuation plans and be able to predict every single natural disaster. Natural disasters are very annoying to some people, but that doesn't stop...
By: James Johnson
WILDFIRE! The image conjures up giant flames racing through the woods, driving animals and people before it. It is a destroyer of trees and habitats. Answers.com defines a wildfire as "A wildfire is a raging conflagration that rapidly spreads out of control. It happens...
Naming history of hurricanes
By: Adai Goldberg
The name Rose conjures the image of a sweet, somewhat docile Midwestern woman similar to the character from the television show The Golden Girls. On a list of hurricanes it would seem so out of place. Yet, it is listed on one of six lists...
Environmental crime explained
By: Joseph Malek
According to a story written within a well known weekly news magazine it seems that the worst polluters of the environment are "Public Utilities." Yes, most of those fossil fueled powered electric generation plants are spewing millions of tons of carbon emissions each year...
How is igneous rock classified?
By: Elizabeth M Young
Igneous rock is formed from magma. It is igneous intrusive, when it forms within a closed internal structure within the earth, where it is not exposed to the atmosphere. Igneous intrusive rock lives under conditions where the crystals and minerals are allowed to grow to...
How the atmosphere helps Earth
By: Irrira Rikki
KEEPING IT CONNECTED If we could see Earth's atmosphere like the astronauts space suits, we would have a very good idea of how it helps our Earth. Everything within their suit must accommodate for every breath they take, and every regulation adjusted to keep...
How does your country handle their garbage problem?
By: Joe Friedman
This is Not Our Father's Garbage "The truth knocks on the door and You say 'Go away, I'm looking for the truth,' and so it goes away. Puzzling." -Robert M. Pirsig- Throughout history, humankind in all its vanity has distinguished itself from...
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