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If you are a fan of 50's cult horror movies, you are well aware of Hollywood's persistent use of giant insects to capitalize on the human collective's fear of insects. What if you woke up tomorrow, and the common house spider was big enough to eat your pets, your children, and you? Impossible, right? Wrong. Read on to discover the strange realities that are, and could be.
Published by Joseph 59 months ago in Environmental Science | +0 votes | 0 comments
How many times will this earth be destroyed? Let's take a look at some of many world end scenarios, that have either come and gone, or are still coming. Recently Huisgenoot had a look at all the Doomsday prophecies that people seem to love to be so scared of, that spring up like epidemics.
Published by Inforead 60 months ago in Environmental Science | +0 votes | 0 comments
As health concerns and unexplainable illnesses are increasing throughout the world fingers are beginning to be pointed at the sky in retrospect that it may actually be in chemicals left behind by airplanes causing all of this. These chemicals left behind by airplanes have been popularized and have become to be known as chemtrails.
Published by Alden Morris 64 months ago in Environmental Science | +0 votes | 0 comments
There are many varieties of corn, and most of it isn’t edible. In fact, more than 90 percent of the corn grown in the United States is a type called dent corn. Dent corn gets its name from the dent located on the top of the kernel. We can’t eat dent corn because it has such a hard exterior. It has to be processed before it can be eaten.
Published by Charlene Collins 67 months ago in Environmental Science | +0 votes | 0 comments
What is the mystery of the Bermuda Triangle? Many planes and ships have been lost into the dark depths of the sea inside the triangular area, leaving those left behind wondering. Could it be aliens? Atlantis and a magnetic pull from deep within the ocean? Are there methane bubbles that are so large they can pull down planes and ships? Has the answer to the Bermuda Triangle mystery finally been resolved?
Published by Vicki Perry 72 months ago in Environmental Science | +0 votes | 0 comments
Understanding the ecology of blooms provides understanding associated diseases. The more we know about blooms, the more likely we can predict, prevent, and mitigate bloom events. If we can predict where they will be, we can determine the affected area, which means the spread of HAB-related poisons can be prevented. These sicknesses not only ruin an enjoyable evening but, in rare cases, ruin lives.
Published by Mario Cortes Garcia 72 months ago in Environmental Science | +0 votes | 0 comments
The reader will learn about Darwin's extraordinary life in which he spent his entire life studying and observing various species and plants in remote islands around the World. They will also become aware of the great impact that Darwin actually made on Society through his creative contributions and works depicted in books and on film which captured the beautiful paradise islands and species that he observed in his studies.
Published by Kimberly Day 73 months ago in Environmental Science | +0 votes | 0 comments
The reader will learn about the long and treacherous journey that the Monarch butterfly takes each year as they flock to the forests in Central Mexico. These butterflies have a built in sonar that automatically programs their memories that leads them to their destination sites and enables them to remember each year.
Published by Kimberly Day 73 months ago in Environmental Science | +0 votes | 0 comments
Protected areas are widespread throughout the world, but our understanding of their purpose and efficiency remain poorly recognized. Protected areas play crucial roles in preserving biodiversity among varying organisms and also aid in maintaining adequate population numbers of endangered species from reaching critically low points or possible extinction. Here we explore the goals and efficacy of protected areas and the underlying ecological and evolutionary mechanisms through which they achiev...
Published by Daniel Ramirez 73 months ago in Environmental Science | +0 votes | 0 comments
Pollution is a huge problem in todays society. Air pollution increasing greenhouse gases, leaves global warming as a big threat to everyone. Fortunately, people have already shown to spend the extra money on environmentally friendly cars. People spending the extra money on hybrids or electric cars is, and will be an even bigger help in keeping the earths atmosphere stable.
Published by Nicholas Bryant 73 months ago in Environmental Science | +0 votes | 0 comments
Poverty Trap is a mechanism which makes it very difficult for people to escape poverty. It is a self-perpetuating condition where an economy, caught in a vicious cycle, suffers from persistent underdevelopment. When individuals lack capital, they may also find it difficult to acquire it, creating a self-reinforcing cycle of poverty. Mining industry contributes significant amount to the Gross Domestic Product of the country. Despite its economic contribution, the question that ho...
Published by Maria Rosario Aynon A. Gonzales 73 months ago in Environmental Science | +0 votes | 0 comments
Living green is about making small changes to that make a major difference in our lives. There are several reasons to live green, each individual needs to find the reason that fits into their lives and measure the overall benefits of living green. For some it the daily budget, for others it a healthier environment.
Published by Iris McCammon 73 months ago in Environmental Science | +0 votes | 0 comments
This article condemns the environmental movement as it now exists. The environmental movement was started with the best intentions, but unfortunately the road to perdition is paved with good intentions leaving the movement populated by NIMBYs. Its time for the issue of environmentalism to be rethought in light of recent developments in the field of environmental science.
Published by John Carter 73 months ago in Environmental Science | +0 votes | 0 comments
Natural gas and electricity are still the two most common sources of energy and it's clear on the production side as well as on the consumer, which is costing more. Heating with natural gas continues to be the most cost efficient and most homes and businesses today can accommodate natural gas heating systems with ease.
Published by Iris McCammon 73 months ago in Environmental Science | +0 votes | 0 comments
Today's MRE foods (meals ready to eat) are now delivering options for emergency programs when responding to immediate food requirements. They are also being used for other outdoor activities and should be considered for backpackers or hikers planning on spending the day away from populated areas just in case they are faced with an emergency.
Published by Iris McCammon 73 months ago in Environmental Science | +0 votes | 0 comments
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