By: Nuc Mum
Potable water is on its way to becoming the most valuable resource on the planet and yet it is wasted because of its seeming abundance. At least in the United States that is. I see everyday such a waste of water that would be looked...
By: JQ Adams
If you live anywhere in the great plains, chances are you have more wind than you know what to do with. Instead of letting all of that potential energy go to waste, you might consider installing your very own wind-turbine. Now that's going green!For...
Is Space Travel to the Planet Mars too Dangerous
By: Odin Kyle
Space travel to Mars is not too dangerous to attempt. When one makes a determination of the risk of any significant endeavour it must be weighed against the gains. Exploration and colonization is a human imperative we should not ignore. The human race needs heroes...
By: Nancy Houser
My dad used to have a saying-listen to what the weather forecaster has to say, andthen figure on the opposite. That was several years ago and was kind of a familyjoke. We just kind of accepted whatever happened. Now, all over the world ourweather forecasting...
By: Raul Cantu
Humans have already demolished hundreds of millions of acres; roughly two-thirds, of the earth's rain forest. It is estimated that by the year 2030, only a fifth of the natural forest will remain. This ignorance is apparent for America has cut down over ninety-five percent...
By: Diane Mackenzie
There is no foolproof method of earthquake prediction. Earthquakes can occur without a moment's notice and being prepared for one can be life-saving. A proactive approach is necessary when creating an earthquake plan for your family. Most of the preparations can be made well in...
By: Aaron Conor
Anyone who lives near the ocean knows that the reality of a hurricane striking them is a distinct possibility. And if you are currently one of these individuals then you probably have a plan in place in case a hurricane does strike your area. If...
Is Space Travel to the Planet Mars too Dangerous
By: Robert D. Twitchell
If we're talking about unmanned probes and robotic cameras then the answer is no but if we were to send people on a mission to Mars then the answer would have to be yes, it is extremely dangerous. A large percentage of the unmanned probes...
By: Art Hill - 284242
I missed Hurricane Katrina by an inch. I had lived in the Biloxi, Mississippi area for a few years when the horrific Hurricane Katrina roared in, in late summer of 2005. It came with all its fury of 135 mph winds, bludgeoning rain, and a...
By: Blythe Poirier
It is Friday, August 17 in Lake Charles, Louisiana. Hurricane Dean is poised over the Caribbean gaining steam with a path pointed in the direction of Houston, Texas. Two years ago hurricane Rita started in a similar fashion. Some silly arrogant person felt the need...

 

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