What is a Malthusian catastrophe?
By: Shelly Barclay
Malthusian Catastrophe is a theoretical event that is named for the well-known economist, Thomas Malthus. The event is named for him because he was the first person to theorize that such an event could occur. Since that time, many people have agreed with him. Thomas...
Endangered sea creatures
By: Nicole Wong
We have heard how modernisation is making our lives better. We have heard how constructing more buildings are financially improving our world. We have also heard how cars and trucks are making our everyday needs more convenient. However, we have not heard enough of how...
By: Sharmal Kelambi
Spring is the season of renewal and rebirth. There are so many activities taking place. As the sun begins to shine, the day time gets lengthened and the temperatures begin to rise. There is a whole new life cycle beginning for both plants and animals...
By: Kristine Tucker
You can’t concentrate because the pleasant weather consumes your every thought. You can’t stop thinking about the colorful flowers and the radiant weather because it almost seems too good to be true. You wonder if you’ll ever feel this happy again. Does...
By: Elizabeth M Young
Riparian restoration has been a major issue in the Western United States and in other places of the world where habitats of waterways, creeks, streams, marshes or rivers have been compromised as the result of natural or man made pollution and damage. The riparian zone...
The predictability of the British climate
By: Georgina Crawford
The Predictability of The British Climate The one unfailing fact about the predictability of the British climate is that it is unpredictable, however, that has not stopped Britains trying to second guess the weather since time immemorial. The British Isles, those tiny lumps of mud...
Signs that spring has arrived
By: Rosetta Taylor
We live in a world that appears to be dominated by industrial pollution, a high-tech rat race, soulless city centres and urban sprawl, but when spring arrives it arrives everywhere. The metamorphosis that occurs when winter yields to spring is the most noticeable of the...
Examples of why the cardinal doctrine of uniformitarian geology is incorrect
By: Guy Takamatsu
Uniformitarian geologists have made the erroneous assertion that the present is the key to the past. They seem somewhat clueless as how weather can change from calm to terrifying. A guest speaker at our church once commented on how the waves never got very high...
By: Elizabeth M Young
The Centers For Disease Control are focusing on three electric and magnetic fields that are highly suspected or known to have human health risks. They are Radio Frequencies (RF); Extremely low Frequencies (ELF); and Static Magnetic Fields. There is also Microwave Radiation. The health effects...
What is the greenhouse effect?
By: Effie Moore Salem
The gradual overall warming of the atmosphere is the green house effect. It is caused by an over consumption of nature's resources defines the green house effect. Furthering that, the greenhouse effect is a situation where there is more carbon dioxide being let out into...

 

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