By: Jimmy Ettele
Take a moment if you will and page back in the Rolodex of your mind to the cinematic experience known as 'Waterworld'. In a post-apocalyptic future, we found the world almost completely under water, a veritable waterworld, if you will. The token villains with cigarettes...
By: Nanci Arvizu
Water conservation is something I am always thinking about.We live where there is no city water. Not yet anyways. We have a well. A well that we share with 3 other families. A well that sits on my property.Since we moved in 10...
By: Tommy Koh
Greenhouse effect is the process where emissions of infrared radiation from other sources(e.g The Sun) or the atmosphere warms a planet's surface. It comes from the analogy of internal warming of a greenhouse as compared to external heat.Basic mechanism:Earth receives energy from the...
Is Space Travel to the Planet Mars too Dangerous
By: Shaun Smith
People ask is space travel to Mars too dangerous?My belief is no, all throughout human history we have taken risks to advance our species, if we had not then the world would be very different to the one we live in today.Many people...
By: Vertner Vergon
THE SCIENTIFIC PROJECTA short storyThere she was sailing on a calm beautiful Pacific Ocean, her graceful three hundred and fifty foot snow white hull contrasting with the blue of the ocean and sky. She was known as The Sea Explorer, a ship devoted to the...
By: Raghid El-Maarry
THE RED SEA How the Red Sea got its name? Really I don't know. But the colour of the coral reef blooming, on the early morning sun, over the mirror calm sea. The reflection of the reddish colour of the mountains, surrounding its shores...
By: Triple Alpha
It really astonishes me when I read scientific articles on global warming and weather prediction, that the authors seem to be under the misapprehension that computers can solve all problems and that mankind understands everything scientific. This is about as far from the truth as...
Is Space Travel to the Planet Mars too Dangerous
By: Jennifer Harrison
We are all very curious about Mars. Why is it red? Was there ever water on the surface? Is there life on Mars? It would then make sense to send a manned space craft to Mars to answer these questions, right? The problem with sending...
Is Space Travel to the Planet Mars too Dangerous
By: Reiko Yukawa
As always when one asks a question, one must be sure one is asking the right question. Yes, space travel is dangerous in general, but that is not the whole picture. Unmanned missions to Mars are certainly not too dangerous, as a number of them...
By: Raziuddin Ansari
SEWAGE SLUDGE: A REPLACEMENT FOR CHEMICAL FERTILIZERS TO IMPROVE SOIL FERTILITY AND INCREASE CROP PRODUCTIONIn view of increasing world population and depleting land and water resources, the yield of agricultural crops per unit area has to be increased. This may be achieved through use of...

 

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