Is Space Travel to the Planet Mars too Dangerous
By: Joseph Malek
To travel in space, outside the bounds of Earth, is nothing more than madness at this time. The technology of today clearly does not protect the people within our spacecraft.Radiation is a killer. At the very beginning of space exploration it was a fact...
By: David Cowley
Apply around 58,000 atmospheres of pressure to pure carbon and then heat to about 2,600 degrees Fahrenheit and you will have a diamond. For millions of years microscopic plants and animals lived and died in the ancient oceans and after time these bodies...
By: Nancy Houser
The Tagish Lake meteorite which fell over Canada in 2000 has provided NASA researchers at the Johnson Space Center in Houston with a golden opportunity to study organic materials created in the far distant areas of our early solar system. The meteorite is of a...
By: Jon Goodman
Airborne Chemical Pollutants Are Overlooked As Causes Of Global Climate ChangeEveryone and his brother now seem to think they know global climate change is caused by too much carbon. But are we missing the bigger picture? While we fight the good fight against overuse of...
The causes of global climate change
By: Rex Trulove
The more we learn, the more we discover how little we know. So it is with global climate change. We are continually learning more about the world in which we live, but we still lack the knowledge to put it all together or say what...
Is Space Travel to the Planet Mars too Dangerous
By: Sebastian Talon
In all honesty, I voted no to the question, "Is space travel to the planet Mars too dangerous?" But, I don't think that's the question that should be asked.The question that should be asked is, "Should we travel to Mars even if it...
By: Amanda Arner
Since the beginning of 2006, the Bush administration has debated the prospect of adding Polar Bears to the list of endangered animals. With numbers estimated at 16,000, these bears do not qualify for protection under current criteria. However, recent reports have shown that the...
By: Kleder Miranda Gonsalves
Global warming is shorthand for "climate change," and the term is correct if you realize that it's referring to the average temperature of the Earth over years and decades; not to the temperatures at particular times and places."Climate change" is a much better...
By: Lauren Beyenhof
With nearly three-quarters of the Earth's surface being covered by water, utilizing the world's oceans as a sustainable, renewable energy source makes perfect logical sense. Currently there are three main types of hydroelectric power that are being utilized and further researched for their potential to...
By: Viktoria Carrella
I am an apartment dweller, in a 1100 square foot apartment and I know our heating bills can be outrages during the cold winter months. I can only imagine what the bills must be like in a larger home. As always I am always looking...

 

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