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Australia’s Deadliest Animals
Australia has gained the reputation of hosting some of the deadliest animals known to man and while this may be some-what true, with a little education, care and common sense, there is nothing to fear.Colleen MillsteedPublished 3 months ago in Earth
Creation + Evolution = Today
Since I am who I am I must ask many questions and probe thoughts regarding the article written by A B Forbes entitled "God or Evolution, Will We Ever Know for Sure?".Rick Henry ChristopherPublished 3 months ago in Earth
Rock, Paper, Scissors: Nature's Playful Strategy.
Almost everybody learns the two-player “Rock, Paper, Scissors” game quite early on in life - but beyond being just a bit of fun, or perhaps a means to determine whose turn it is to take the trash out - were you aware that this simple game also embodies a strategy that plays an important role in the evolution of life and the maintenance of biodiversity?Gordon WebsterPublished 4 months ago in Earth
Living through Ian
My home is on Fort Myers Beach but I rode out the storm at my daughter's place in north Fort Myers. I am devastated, grateful beyond words, distraught, happy, sickened, relieved and overwhelmed. We lost so much and we have so much left. Time stands still, and time rushes by. The rollercoaster of emotions rocks you into sleep and back out. We are out of homes and jobs, but we are ALIVE. Barring a couple of acquaintances, everyone has checked in safe and ALIVE. Hence, the happy part. Many cannot say the same. Thinking of those that were not as lucky is the crippling sadness part. So many lives forever changed. So many lost. Lifetimes of treasures and keepsakes gone forever. For tens of thousands of people, memories are all that remain. For thousands of people, anticipation of happy news and fear of bad news still dominates their every thought. There is a strange mixture of hope and rebirth constantly overshadowed by fear, grief and uncertainty. It makes me feel guilty to feel happy and grateful, knowing how many don't get to feel that way right now.Bonita L PetersonPublished 6 months ago in Earth
My day on the moon
I am tired of living in this big world of Earth. There is a lot of money, and saving it again is not a solution, even the bank said the memory is not big enough. I heard that recently the moon adventure is popular, so I took out 20 million dollars from the bank and started my journey to the moon.
Surprising (and Cheap) Things to Add To Your Compost
I grew up in the south, in a family that was poor enough that our summer garden was a very practical (and necessary) endeavor.Haley Rymel
What All The Buzz Is About
August 20th is National Honeybee Day. Though they are no longer considered an endangered species, many still worry about their safety because of the important role they play in agriculture. To better protect them, many have taken up beekeeping as a way of helping the honey bee thrive. Beekeeping is a hobby that dates back to 8,000 BC. Making honey the oldest known food in world history, and beekeeping the second oldest profession. Today, in the US. there are 212,000 beekeepers across the country. Here are some helpful tips you can use if you wish to get started in beekeeping.M.L. Lewis
Why Is Recycling Important? 10 Benefits of Recycling
Why is recycling important, and how can it benefit the environment? There are many reasons why recycling is essential. Not only can it help reduce your carbon footprint, but it also helps reduce the need for harvesting raw materials, saves energy, reduces greenhouse gases, prevents pollution, and more.Ijaz HaiderPublished 8 months ago in Earth
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Climate Change: The Impact of Rising Temperatures, Melting Glaciers and Sea Level Rise on Human Life In recent years, climate change has become one of the most pressing issues facing humanity. The scientific research on this topic has shown that the earth's climate is changing at an unprecedented rate, and human activity is largely responsible for this change. The effects of climate change are being felt around the world, and they are having a significant impact on human life.İlyas Efe KocarPublished about 5 hours ago in Earth
Delta Airlines Flight Cancellation Policy + 1-332-699-4898 Refund
This blog will compare two of the most well-known airlines, Allegiant Airlines, and Delta Airlines. It will discuss flight cancellation policies, cabins, and in-flight amenities.Support AirlinesPublished about 7 hours ago in Earth
The Impacts of Changing Weather Patterns: Challenges and Opportunities
The weather is one of the most unpredictable and dynamic aspects of our natural world. Over the years, we have seen how changing weather patterns have impacted the environment, the economy, and our daily lives. From extreme heatwaves to record-breaking snowstorms, the weather can often be a source of wonder, but also of destruction.Amazing ArticlePublished about 7 hours ago in Earth
NEW GLOBAL ORDER
The world has undergone significant changes in recent years, and as a result, the concept of a new global order has emerged. This new global order is a term used to describe a new system of global governance that is being shaped by various economic, political, and social forces.Harrix Kamal
The late twentieth century has witnessed a scientific gold rush of astonishing proportions: the headlong and furious haste to commercialize genetic engineering. This enterprise has proceeded
Did the Egyptians really build the pyramids?
The Great Pyramids of Egypt are among the most iconic and enduring symbols of ancient civilization. Built over 5000 years ago, these monumental structures have stood the test of time and continue to inspire wonder and fascination. However, the question of how the pyramids were built remains one of the greatest mysteries of human history. In recent years, some have suggested that the pyramids were built with the help of extraterrestrial beings. In this essay, we will explore the evidence for and against this theory and attempt to unravel the mystery of the pyramids.
Self Sufficient Backyard
Self-Sufficient Backyard is a comprehensive guide to creating a self-sustaining backyard garden. The guide, authored by Ron Dawson, offers step-by-step instructions on how to design and build a backyard garden that can provide food and other resources for you and your family.Payton MitchellPublished about 9 hours ago in Earth
Maya and the Story of Humans
Once upon a time, there were humans. They lived on a beautiful planet called Earth, filled with vast oceans, towering mountains, and sprawling forests. The humans were a curious and creative species, always seeking to explore and discover new things.Maaz AarbiPublished about 9 hours ago in Earth
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