By: Whillip
The cosmos; an infinite mysterious anomaly capable of creating the most beautiful things human eyes have ever seen. The most prominent of which are stars. It is astonishing that our sun provides us a life often taken for granted-and we do not yet even understand...
By: Nellie Shani
What on earth are you breathing?! Is the air in your house safe? For decades there has been much talk and debate about outdoor air pollutants like combustion engines, smoke from burning dry waste lands and chemical waste. However not enough has been said about...
By: Peter Collins
Montreal makes good.Whisper it if you will, but at least tell someone: an international environmental commitment is in serious danger of being fulfilled.If researchers from the Japanese National Institute for Environmental Studies and the Meteorological Service of Canada are right, atmospheric levels of...
By: Maxwell Payne
Potable water is water that is consumable for human intake. This kind of water is free of harmful bacteria, most contaminants, and soil. It is generally filtered by man-made systems that supply water to towns and cities, however some surface water including protected springs is...
By: Algy Moncrieff
Rocks work in cycles, going through three basic stages:SEDIMENTARY: As shellfish and other sea creatures die, their bodies are laid down on the sea bed, and over many years compressed together along with sand and mud and so on into layers on the sea bed...
By: Troy Shields
So, one could argue that people are here because of evolution, animals work the way they do because of evolution, there is a great balance in nature all because of evolution.That would, not necessarily disprove the existence of God, but prove that perhaps the...
By: C.M. Tucker
The key to energy conservation is to make a habit of conservation. Electricity, heat and other fuel consuming appliances can be managed to reduce cost and use of those resources. Here's a brief list of some ways to conserve: ELECTRICITY: *Switch to LED lighting where...
By: Algy Moncrieff
The San Andreas Fault is a roughly 800m long tectonic boundary that runs straight through California. The Earth is made up of a solid core of iron, then a liquid layer of iron, on top of which is a thick liquid layer of the mantle...
By: Red Dwyer
The term fossil fuel is a misnomer. In fact, oil does not come from the fossils we know today at all. There are no calcified dinosaur bones in the recipe for oil. Beginning 400 million years ago, single-celled plants and animals, called plankton, lived in...
By: Achilles Windsor
After the Big Bang, many areas of dust and particles came together to what we now know as galaxies, which held solar systems, and one of those held Earth. The Earth itself was formed around 4.6 billion years ago, ten million years after the...

 

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