By: Joan Mccord
Exact health risks from the eruption of Mount Eyjafjallajokul are not yet clear, but citizens with asthma and other respiratory problems should be especially vigilant. Although the ash is not toxic, particles from the dust cloud should be avoided. The concentration of ash will vary...
Ways to beat the heat in summer 2010
By: Writing Gal.
The summer can be a grueling time of the year, and there are many things that you can do to beat the heat and really enjoy the time. Summer is supposed to be a time of the year where you get out and about, and...
By: Lenna Gonya
One of the most controversial property line disputes may be on the horizon, since, according to an amazing recent discovery by Russia, they now own the North Pole. In fact, in 2007, they staked their claim, by planting a flag at the Pole on the...
By: Lenna Gonya
Science is a double edged sword. Since the dawn of the modern era of science and technology, we have both lauded our scientific discoveries, and worked to correct some of their consequences. The same nuclear power that has benefited us in medicine and energy has...
By: Lenna Gonya
It’s not known as “mother earth” for nothing. It provides everything we need, water, food, fuel, shelter, oxygen. It has furnished, if we are wise enough to discover them, medicines in plant life, and solutions to survival in her many secrets.The earth...
Ways to beat the heat in summer 2010
By: Jessica Vernold
Summer is here and it is hot. Temperatures get higher everyday. You walk outside and automatically the sweat begins to bead and drip down your face and back. You dread getting into that stifling car to go anywhere. It seems like there is no escape...
By: Elizabeth M Young
Environmental and drug exposures have been related to rheumatological disorders for a long time. Lupus is one of the most well known of the rheumatological disorders, but there are others, such as Polyartritis and Kawasaki's syndrome. These are complex and often very difficult to pin...
By: Karyn B Jules
Geoengineering is a controversial proposal to manipulate Earth’s climate in an effort to reduce global warming. As an emerging technology, geoengineering still requires intensive scientific research to determine whether it will be a viable long term solution to the ever-changing climatic conditions of the...
By: Joan Mccord
Eyjafjallajokull is a relatively small volcano in a chain of Icelandic volcanos near the Arctic Circle. There is evidence that, since at least the seventh century, the more than mile high volcano has erupted periodically to spew ice, ash, toxic gasses, and boiling water...
What happened the last time the Eyjafjallajokull volcano erupted?
By: Janet Farricelli CPDT-KA
Not many people were aware of the existence of the Eyjafjallajokull volcano until its eruption made headlines across the world . It all began on April 14, 2010 when this almost unpronounceable volcano located in Iceland, started rabidly shooting smoke and steam into the air. The...

 

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