Mysterious underwater discoveries in the Bahamas
By: Silvia Dekumbis
Bimini, a small island group belonging to the Bahamas and located just to the east of Miami, Florida, is known as a vacation paradise and one of the world’s best deep sea fishing places. Old sports-fishermen all remember American author Ernest Hemingway, who caught...
How to prepare for an earthquake
By: Connie Earl Robertson
Earthquakes are natural disasters that give no advance warning. Because of that, there is no possibility of preparing at the time of the earthquake. If you live in an area that is prone to earthquakes it is mandatory that you learn how to prepare for...
Environmental crime: The fugitives
By: Effie Moore Salem
Trashing the environment is an atrocity and should not be condoned. There should be a law and there is, but apparently litterers are never caught or the law is simply ignored. One never reads in the newspapers, or hears on the evening news, that so...
About geothermic energy
By: Lauren Todd
The purpose of this article is to establish a broad working definition of geothermal energy. Geothermal energy is exploited from the heat within the earth, from just below the surface, to all the way deep into to the earth’s core. We can determine the...
By: Kat Centeno
As climate change looms, we find ways to help make our planet greener. By examining our day to day activities, there are little things that we can change to save energy. These minor adjustments may be small but these can collectively have an impact on...
Keeping safe in an earthquake
By: Connie Earl Robertson
There is really no place to be completely safe in an earthquake. Inside, things fall, walls and roofs can cave in and there can be gas leaks and electrical shorts, resulting in an explosion or fire. Outside, walls or trees can fall over, tiles can...
The importance of organically grown food
By: Jerry Greenfield
There is a lot of hype being given lately to the debate, "Should I eat organic foods or not?" The answer, in my opinion, is yes, absolutely! In fact, I'll take it a little further: You need to learn to grow your own food...
How to make a composting toilet
By: Bethany Learn
Make your own composting toilet with a bucket, a toilet seat and some sawdust or other wood debris. Perfect for the rustic cabin or camping, you can solve your own sewer issues with a composting toilet. The bucket can be placed inside a nice cabinet...
How to build a home-based windmill
By: David Colello
At first, building a windmill at home may seem like something more likely out of Don Quixote than based in reality. Sure, we would all like to make a difference in the world, however small, but building windmills must require expert skills and materials. On...
By: Lian Slayford-Wei
Seasonal Chemical Composition of Saltbush in Semiarid Grasslands of Jordan In Jordan, Saltbrush (Atriplex spp.) are considered to be a viable solution to the country’s feed shortages when it suffers from drought or experiences dormant seasons. As the gain maturity, most forages will...

 

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