By: Sue Bluze
A GUIDE TO PLATE TECTONICS: HOW CONTINENTS MOVEThe story of Plate Tectonics is a fascinating story of the lighter continents drifting majestically from place to place above the heavier mantle, then breaking apart, colliding, and grinding against each other; of oceanic and continental mountain ranges...
By: Sue Bluze
PANGAEA Two hundred and twenty million years ago prior to the Triassic period, all the continents were joined into a single 'super continent' that we refer to as Pangaea. This supercontinent later broke apart during the late Triassic and Jurassic Periods due to the effects...
By: Anne StClair
Is spring rain important for all ecosystems? Not at all. It depends entirely on where you live. If you are have four seasons and winter snows, then spring rain may well be vital for your ecosystem, and this article title seems to assume everyone on...
By: Rachelle de Bretagne
Seasons are part of how nature works. It is a delicate balance of temperature, and cycle of life that create an ecosystem. Local eco systems are those geographically defined areas of the world that have differing needs to sustain and encourage life on earth to...
By: Algy Moncrieff
Given that oil is perhaps the one substance in the world that we are totally reliant on, surprisingly little is known about the origins of the substance. There are two main theories that have been proposed as to where oil comes from, but scientists still...
By: Joseph Hazelbaker
The common-law rule of treasure trove likely governs the ownership of valuable discoveries such as dinosaur bones. However, what you "can" do with the bones and what you "ought" do with them are two entirely different issues.LEGAL OWNERSHIPIn most respects, state law governs the...
By: Leonard Liggins
As the "odd man out", I will constantly have to accept that popularity amongst my peers in this "Beautiful Forum", will probably be non existent, for having a totally different view, take, or understanding of the majority writers I have to engage in Intellectual Intercourse...
By: Kelly A. Mello
As a child I recall digging through my yard, examining all kinds of things; bugs, dirt and, of course, rocks. I found all kinds too. I came across big ones, small ones, dark ones, shiny ones, etc. Once I reached High School, I finally...
By: Joseph Hazelbaker
Geology uses physics, biology, chemistry and math to investigate the earth's origin and history. Geology can pay quite well, if you are in the right field. Here are some tips on how to become a well-paid geologist.Geology is an applied science. This means that...
By: Royce Radcliffe
The most ferocious dinosaur in my mind is undoubtedly the Spinosaurus. It is the largest of all carnivorous dinosaurs, even bigger than the T-Rex. I see other have answered velociraptor but I have to disagree. Were this question worded differently I would understand, but the...

 

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