What lessons can we learn from the river?
By: Tres Mali Scott
When asking what lessons can we learn from "the river", "the river" is seen as a contributing member of our society. A liquid body of life, that moves with the wind, that contains other life, a water world, a world of water. A peaceful part...
By: Astounding Articles
In regards to issues currently approaching, rivers are a natural phenomenon to us people of today. In fact, rivers are the very beauty of life. Without such marvels of nature, we wouldn't have water. We wouldn't have the beautiful creatures that lurk deep within the...
Sea ice and land ice: The difference explained
By: James Bowles - 448482
In 1991 NASA conducted a symposium where they presented the latest climate and weather research findings. The attendees read like who's who in academic research, as it included, among others, representatives from the National Science Foundation, MIT, and Columbia University's Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory. The...
How warming of permafrost produces methane
By: Anne StClair
It is a myth that warming of permafrost (permanently frozen sub-soil) by itself releases methane. Permafrost is simply permanently frozen ground. As the permafrost in places such as Siberia and Alaska is melting, however, methane is being released in massive quantities. So what is happening...
Why is sea water salty?
By: Irrira Rikki
ION EXCHANGE Eons of time have come down through the Cosmic Time into the Lives of all of us; and we - the humans - have been the one's who have been the worst destructive force on the planet. Yet... we all fill the rivers...
What lessons can we learn from the river?
By: Remy Gr
A river origins, crosses many different landscapes, ups and downs, twists and turns and ends its life somewhere on the way or reaches her destination and adds up for greater something. She embraces many lives in her body, she feeds them, she nourishes the land...
By: Ruza Modra
Our rivers are teaching us that ignorance and indifference are destroying our water resources and strangling our human existence. Around the world our water systems are polluted from agricultural runoff including pesticides and animal wastes, from chemicals and industrial wastes and liters of raw sewage...
What lessons can we learn from the river?
By: Becky Robbins
Whether a river starts from a marsh, lake or winter snow melting down a mountain, it starts at a source. In life, every being has a beginning, no matter how small. From that source, every living thing grows and becomes something larger in existence. The...
What lessons can we learn from the river?
By: Jeffrey Graf
When evaluating which lessons are best to take away from study of the river, we must first ask ourselves "in which sense do we mean, philosophical lessons or environmental and scientific lessons?" As this article is currently classified under sciences, water and oceanography, I...
What lessons can we learn from the river?
By: Adelani Aderemi
A river is a large natural stream of fresh water which is flowing. The flow is usually from a higher ground down a slope and towards another river, an ocean, a lake, or other large body of water. There are some lessons we can learn...

 

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