By: Wanderer
Should Science Save the Planet? We have a choice about saving the planet with Science. When we talk about Science, it is not devoid of human opinion and error. Science is an entity that we created to interpret the behavior of our world. Are we...
By: Denis Frith
The Immutable DualityIt is easy to be overwhelmed by the complexity of the issues involved in the operation of society. Yet the use of the energy obtained from fossil fuels to drive these operations entails a simple immutable duality. It is that this irreversible energy...
By: Andrew Smith - 344395
Bio Fuels and Their Potential to Replace Fossil Fuels.A fuel can be defined as anything that reacts with Oxygen to release energy. Most fuels that are used today are fossil fuels, such as oil, coal and gas. These were produced by plants which photosynthesized...
By: Jonte Rhodes
Living underwater has been a perpetual myth since the dawn of mankind. Mermaids and mermen, as well a whole hose of other tales of people that live in the sea their entire lives have always been popular as myths, but there may become some element...
Is Space Travel to the Planet Mars too Dangerous
By: dlmetz
Is space travel to Mars too dangerous? Too bad I can't do this with just one word although it would be no. Is there dangers? Yes! But isn't there dangers in all journeys?Even when we travel to work every day or when we go...
By: David Kramer
We continue to look at alternative fuels like ethanol or other plant originated fuels as if this Band-Aid is going to solve the problem. It may help out temporarily, but while sixty million people go to bed hungry and never wake up does it really...
By: Kubla Khan
The most damaging and immediate effects of fossil fuels could have been witnessed a couple hundred years ago in London, England. Smog, that dirty combination of fog and smoke from burning coal, caused untold numbers of Londonites to experience much shorter lives due to respiratory...
By: Alex Kleinschmidt
Since before the dawn of the internal combustion engine, humans have been exploiting fossil fuels to power their cars, their weed whackers, their lives. For ages this was viewed as an engineering marvel without any true repercussions. Sure, there was pollution produced by it and...
By: Thor
The Painted Desert of Arizona is a crescent shape arc starting from a bit north of Cameron. It then curves southeast beyond the Petrified Forest, with the Puerco and Little Colorado rivers bounding it in the west and south edges. To the northeast, it rises...
By: Luca Mauri
First of all we must say that the term 'Nuclear Winter' refers to a situation that is purely theoretical and that cannot be tested on the field entirely.It is a short description for an hypothetical global climate change caused in a very short period...

 

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