By: Jeff Franklin
The alternative energy source with the most potential is by far, hydrogen. Hydrogen has received little media attention that it really deserves. You hear of solar energy, bio fuel and wind. But hydrogen receives little attention. This is no accident. Hydrogen is totally clean and...
By: Gadiel McGarrean
Alternative fuels. Fuels that are alternative.I am betting that most of the people who submitted answers to this titlewrote about Ethanol, Biodeisel,Vegetable Oil, Cellulosic Farm waste,as well as hydrogen.A true alternative fuel is one that will change the process by whichwe...
By: Jerry Hodge
I find the recent change in weather patterns, both alarming and fascinating. As an amateur scientist I have a premise, for what I believe to be a big part of the cause. That cause is hydrocarbons. But not just hydrocarbons, but the rate of hydrocarbons...
By: Theresa Sampson - 286561
The Great Barrier Reef is the only living organic collective that can be seen from space. It is the largest coral reef ecosystem and lies off the east coast of Australia. The coral forming the Great Barrier Reef has caused many ships to sink, including...
By: Jonte Rhodes
Both the North and South poles are thought to be mineral and recourse rich, meaning there are a lot of countries who think they have a right to claim parts of them for themselves. At the moment there is an agreement that no country will...
Is Space Travel to the Planet Mars too Dangerous
By: L. Merlino
Is space travel to the planet Mars too dangerous?At this time of humanity, it may be too dangerous for the human race NOT to pursue space travel to Mars. We humans are a competitive race, and sooner or later, one of our more techno-savy...
By: Elizabeth Brighton
Ethanol looks lovely on paper. After all, it's clean, natural, and renewable. More important to the average citizen, it's cheap. It's even cheap for automakers, who can inexpensively utilize current technology to adjust models already on the market to run on ethanol instead of gasoline...
By: gemini girl
By the year 2080, the world's supply of oil will be in steep decline. It is not likely that petroleum supplies will run out any time in the near future, but the oil reserves that are still economically viable to recover will not be there...
By: James Davison
Poured onto the glass slide of a microscope, a thimbleful of sand becomes a cornucopia of remarkable tiny objects. Pierced cartwheels, clams and thin shelly tubes. Fractured clumps that resemble miniature bunches of bananas. You can find snails in a bewildering variety of colors and...
By: Calvin Robinson
The big question lately, for scientists and beekeepers, seems to be where have all the honeybees gone? It seems we do not know that answer completely, but there are indicators of what could be causing their sudden demise. As I ponder the possible causes of...

 

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