Geology & Atmospheric Science
How You Can Help Protect the Earth
Using less energy at home, work, and automobiles can help cut emissions. Reduced energy consumption can be reduced by reusing or recycling bottles, cans, paper, cards, plastic, and aluminum. Solar panels may be a realistic option if you live in a sunny place. Turn off your computer...
Decentralized Flood Control - Recharging Groundwater and Reducing Erosion
Governments are used to building mega-projects to solve problems such as flooding. However, there is a paradigm shift towards building smaller, more economical and sustainable solutions to this problem. This article explores the concept of decentralized flood control.
Nellie Cashman: The Angel of Yukon, Miners, and Tombstone
A remarkable woman, Nellie Cashman, was known as the Angel of the Yukon for dog-sledding through wolves, ten feet of snow, and avalanches to save starving miners bringing supplies and medicine to save hundreds of miners.
World's Hidden Fortune And Natural Resources Kawah Putih, Indonesia
Because Bandung is one of Indonesia's major cities, the Bandung airport receives a considerable number of foreign and domestic aircraft (BDO). Traveling there from Bali is also an option.
Hurricane Forecasting Technology And Dvorak Technique
A hurricane is a cyclone that moves through the atmosphere; there is also a moving column. When a hurricane is very strong, it has an eye in the middle. The air pressure is very low here. In this area the sea level is raised.
What Is Your Impact on the Earth's Climate: 2 Online Quizzes Can Tell You How You're Doing
A review of two online quizzes which calculate a person's "carbon footprint." Two short quizzes give a quick objective measurement of your lifestyle to tell you if you're a friend or a foe of climate, weather patterns and the temperature on planet Earth.
Geology for the Little Ones in National Geographic Kids First Big Book of Rocks, Minerals, and Shells
Do you have a budding little geologist in your family? Do you teach some concepts of geology in your early childhood classrooms? Young children who are interested in rocks and shells will be engaged with this first big book of these treasures from the earth.
Geoengineering is a very controversial topic, with numerous people expressing their own opinions, this article aims to break down geoengineering and look at the impact it could have on the climate and the future consequences or benefit we stand to gain from it.
Stoke-on-Trent Is Sinking - Into the Thousands of Disused Mines Beneath It
It is estimated that there are over 8000 abandoned shafts below Stoke-on-Trent and the steady collapse of these over time is causing the whole city to sink
Major Blocking Phenomenon That Could Lead to a Historical Earthquake Near the Philippines
Seismic activity worldwide has become abnormal over the last several months, showing stronger signs that something involving a blocking is taking place in the tropical west Pacific, and could lead to a magnitude 9.8+ earthquake in the Philippines.
A Clinical Review of Natural Disasters
Nature is self powerful. It has the supreme power of managing things. It doesn't allow or accept trespassing in its jurisdiction. But man has done everything within his powers.to live in luxury. So they have resorted to deforestation, pollution, and global warming. This has proved catastrophic.
Astronomy; The Biggest Star Than The Sun & Existing Solar System- Photos, And Facts
New inventions by scientists across space are coming out all the time. The newly invented star that has got radius more than the sun is such an example. Yes, the name of that star is UY Scuti. Keep reading and experience our solar system and relevant elements.
Can Global Warming Affect Volcanic Eruptions?
Active volcanoes never fail to catch our imagination. So, whenever several of these natural wonders erupt at the same time, speculation arises that volcanic activity is on the increase. Following is some contemporary speculation, as to how increased volcanic activity may be linked to climate change.
What Are the Most Abundant Gases in the Atmosphere?
The atmosphere is the layer of gases surrounding our planet. It is composed of nitrogen, oxygen, water vapor, and other gases in different amounts.
What Is the Impact of the Atmospheric Aerosols on the Climate?
The aerosols present in the atmosphere do impact the climate in multiple different ways. Besides have different impacts, they also have multiple different sources, both natural as anthropogenic.
What is the Atmospheric Boundary Layer?
The atmospheric boundary layer is the layer in which we, as humans, live and breathe. It is impacted by a diurnal cycle, which means that the boundary layer differs significantly between day and night time. However, also anthropogenic pollution can have a significant effect on the boundary layer.
Comparing Covid-19 Response in California and Florida
It seems the one thing the Covid-19 virus has proven is that no matter what governments try to do, the virus wins, unless Draconian measures and enforcement happen.
Nuclear Justice: The Missing 4DX-11, Disappearing, Vanishing, Evaporating People
People are vanishing from reality and existence. It has also been named, the Missing 4-11 Phenomenon. Seeing is believing. Here are the reports and camera footage. No forgivenss, I remember.
Greenhouse Gases and Climate Change
Greenhouse gases are naturally present in the atmosphere and are also essential for life on earth. But, unfortunately due to industrial revolution there has been a huge increase in the emission of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere.
Something Happened Last Night, and I Cannot Explain it
"A riddle, wrapped in a mystery, inside an enigma" is how the saying goes. Winston Churchill said something like this many years ago and while I have often run across things which are strange and mysterious, rarely have I ever seen anything like what my wife showed me this morning.
Earth Was at Times a Big Snowball and at Other Times Completely Ice-Free
In the past, Earth was essentially one big snowball several times and was also completely or nearly ice-free at other times. A fascinating look at Earth's wild and extreme climate swings.
What Are These Mysterious Booms or “Skyquakes”?
Loud booming noises coming from the sky have been reported as far back as the 1820’s. Nobody has really been able to explain these terrifying noises until NASA gave us an explanation for them. The answer did not satisfy everyone however, and a lot of people still believe it to be unexplained.
Hydraulic Fracturing (Fracking)
Hydraulic fracturing is a type of drilling and mining for oil and natural gas. Fracking wells are typically built on shale deposits that contain significant reserves of natural gas. Fracking may be causing earthquakes, and uses chemicals that are toxic.
The mesosphere is one of the layers of the atmosphere that´s situated at about 50-85 km (32-53 miles). This layer of the atmosphere contains one of the coldest regions in the atmosphere;therefore is the colder region in the atmosphere and the coldest place on earth
Why Elcora Has What It Takes to Become the World’s Biggest Producer of High-Quality Graphene
One of the most important materials in the modern economy is graphene. It’s a key material for a variety of products and is essential for a number of industries. The extraction of graphene is an expensive, energy intensive process.
Renewable Energy: What If We Can Capture Carbon Dioxide and Make The Best Use of It?
Is Carbon Dioxide only Curse for earth? Can't we do anything to recycle and reuse CO2? Yes! Carbon Dioxide can also be a blessing for inhabitants of our planet too!
Crop Circles, Plasma and Zero Point Energy, What They Don't Want You to Know!
Crop Circles are messages from another dimension designed and created to help humanity in their evolution as a sentient species move to the next level of awareness. They represent Full Disclosure.
Mining for Pyrite Aka Fool's Gold and Multiple Uses for It
See a photo of pyrite, also called fool's gold, and learn from where it came. Pyrite or FeS2 has many commercial uses in addition to being used in jewelry. It is sometimes mistaken for real gold.
The History of Global Warming and Origin of the Term Climate Change
The history of global warming is a fascinating subject with many twists, turns and controversies. Despite what some believe, "Climate Change" is not a term that was invented recently.
Preparing for Wildfires and Other Natural Disasters
How I've Learned to Live with the Inevitability of Natural Disasters through disaster preparedness.