By: Tomv Victory
Here we go again; "How to reduce human water consumption." Human?, what, do we kill off all the animals so we can have all the water for only humans? Again I ask, "Why doesn't the scientific community work to change the " Rejection", of...
By: John Carter
This is strictly hypothetical; Kimberlites have been emplaced during specific Earth ages like the late Cretaceous or during other specific ages associated with mass extinctions and/or impact craters. Many of these specific events seem to have coincided with massive impacts on the Earth by asteroids...
By: Shane Wyatt
The global climate changes. With all due apologies to Al Gore, this fact is the only consensus you'll find in the scientific community. Whether it is currently being driven by natural causes, or humanity, is a subject of fierce debate. I personally have come down...
By: Rebekah Alexander
When I was in college a couple years ago I read a very interesting book, it had some theories that really made sense to me. The book in titled The Canopied Earth by Dr. Dennis Lindsay.In this book he talks about how the earth...
By: Kenny Tang
Bifidus, Hydrogen, I shall discoverIf I could make one scientific discovery it would be to discover a cost-effective method of separating or breaking the hydrogen bonds that form precious water, thus creating pure hydrogen and oxygen; for this scenario we will refer to this process...
By: Jessica Madson
A Fuel for the FutureGlobal warming is no longer a questionable theory. The United States has recently experienced hurricanes, minor droughts, and severe cold, all of which have spurred discussion about global warming. The scientific claim is that the average global temperature is steadily increasing...
By: Philmore Thompson
Energy Saving Tips Turn off lights, fans, computers and other appliances when not in use Switch to energy saving fluorescent or halogen bulbs Do not overwork fridge Place fridge and freezer in a cool spot and away from heat Do not open fridge more than...
By: A. W.
Recently there has been a lot of talk about disappearing honeybees. Beekeepers in the U.S., Canada, and Britain have reported an astonishing decline in honeybees within the last several months. Vanishing bees are bad news for humans. If this trend continues, it will cause...
By: Amber Woodard
I remember as a child visiting the Great Smoky Mountains in East Tennessee. My family and I would spend hours driving around in the mountains, pulling over at the multiple viewing areas, taking pictures of the seemingly endless scenery. Sure, the towns around the mountains...
By: Sean Clarke
In recent times the world has witnessed climate change and natural disasters of gigantic proportions. This is just the beginning of a 10-15 year destructive phase which will increase in intensity. The root cause behind this weird weather patterns and destruction is primarily spiritual.In...

 

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