By: Duane Card
Where does the energy come from to propel a massive hurricane or tornado? Here are some thoughts about this: If I were to generate a hurricane, how much horsepower would be needed to create a storm of circulating air in excess of one-hundred miles/hour in...
By: Ccrlygrl123
Remember when your pool was for cooling down and not for taking a bath? Anyone living in NY during the summer of 2006 took a communal bath with neighbors on the 100 degree nights that we blew the electricity. One day, our children, grandchildren...
By: Austin Culley
This is a list of countries with proven reachable oil reserves in billions of barrels, and is a rough estimate based on the ability to recover the oil by current technological and economical means.* list in billions of barrelsSaudi Arabia - 264Saudi Arabia is...
By: Rini Hutchinson
Storm and Tsunami Termination TheoriesPREFACEThe following theoretical strategies employ a combination of two existing technologies which are currently employed by the U.S. Military. These include the Electro-Magnetic-Pulse missile bomb (EMP) and the Mother of All Bombs (MOAB), commonly referred to as the "Shock &...
By: Patti Wilson
Can We Trust The Florida Aquifer? The Florida Aquifer has always been our most valuable natural resource. One of the most productive aquifers in the world, the Florida Aquifer produces over 8 billion gallons of water each day providing water for drinking, residential, industrial...
By: Mitsy Simpkins
As I sit in the frozen wasteland that is Denver, Colorado, I must admit that the current weather phenomena has me a bit shaken (and stirred). Here we sit, waiting for the fifth winter storm in as many weeks. Now, I make no claims to...
By: Sarah Downie
A predator is defined as an organism that consumes and kills other organisms for food and energy. The interactions between predators and prey are like a cycle but not exactly in time. The predator numbers slightly lag behind those of the prey. Predator and prey...
By: Allie Wilkinson
So, we've been hearing the past year or so about the thinning ozone layer, raising temperatures and melting ice at the North Pole. Sometimes, I like to think, 'So what? It's not going to affect me; by the time the ozone layers completely destroyed and...
By: Jeffrey Todd
We are currently facing a transition that has monumental consequences. The transition to energy independence by the US, in part by alternative sources, is not an easily plotted path. It is a myriad of paths that crisscross environmental, economic, political, technical and foreign relations issues...
By: Roger Smith
The ethanol band-wagon might have a flat tire. Many people are beginning to realize the economics of ethanol production and use are more complicated than they've been told. They might even begin to think they wouldn't solve the fundamental problem: a society shaped by an...

 

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