By: Royce Radcliffe
Even though it may sound like science fiction to you, the possibility of a future in which we end up having to battle each other for dwindling water supplies is a real possibility to many scientists. "Water wars" may sound like a bad Waterworld ripoff...
By: Minh Tran
Lieutenant Matthew Fontaine Maury (1806-1873) is considered the first true oceanographer and his book "The physical geography of the sea" is the first oceanography textbook. Before Maury, the oceans were arguably not studied systematically and scientifically as people focused mainly to describe the commercial routes...
By: Mr Gon.EB. Onkers
Do you know lots of diseases can be cured by drinking water?Water Therapy6 glasses of water (1.5 liters). Without spending on medicine, tablets, injections, diagnosis, Doctor fees, etc., just by drinking pure water, the following diseases will be cured. You can never believe...
By: Tomv Victory
WHY IS THERE so much excitement about "Going to Another World", when we haven't begun to "Explore our Own" yet? We are talking about building a Space Station, and Colonies on the Moon, and living on Mars! I haven't anything against that, however, I believe...
By: Kevin Fitzgerald - 174683
The not quite dead sea. That famous salt lake, sharing shores with Israel and Jordan, is a natural and historical phenomenon, and a salty broth of extremes and contradictions. It marks the lowest spot on the Earth's surface, while being one of the saltiest water...
By: Tomv Victory
Here we go again; "How to reduce human water consumption." Human?, what, do we kill off all the animals so we can have all the water for only humans? Again I ask, "Why doesn't the scientific community work to change the " Rejection", of...
By: Sam Golon
Millions upon millions of years ago, electricity and the energy in Earth's rich atmosphere fused Hydrogen and Oxygen atoms to form water. This water condensed in huge amounts, and it began to rain. After many hundreds of years, the World Ocean was formed. The first...
By: Stephen Edetanlen
Thor Heyerdahl, sailing the Atlantic in his papyrus raft, Ra, found globs of oil, tar and plastics stretching from the coast of Africa to South America. Parts of the Baltic, Mediterranean and Black Sea are already so polluted that marine life is severely threatened. And...
By: Aoife Crimmins
Our water quality is under scrutiny. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) states that the primary challenge facing countries over the next decade is to achieve good water' status by 2015. The EPA explains "The quality of our public drinking water supplies remains high. However, the...
By: Kenneth Nwabufo-Ene
Maximization of benefits from Africa's ground water and aquifersIntroductionGroundwater and aquifers are among the most under utilized natural resources in Africa. The situation was probably the same some decades ago in most other parts of the world. Groundwater and aquifer represented sources of water for...

 

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