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  • Snowball Earth Hypothesis

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    Evidence suggests that 635 million years ago a glacial period occurred, as a result the planet became what scientists call a Snowball Earth. According to the geological and paleontological evidence gained from iron formation, paleomagnetism, and cap carbonates, the globe went through a period of glaciation. The original theory Snowball Earth, proposed that the globe was once covered entirely with ice or snow from poles to the equator. As most of the continental mass was near the equator there

  • The Importance Of Life On Earth

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    David Suzuki provided an educational video on how us as humans make a big difference in our world. We are the earth, we aren't just a species that is on the earth, and we are every different kind of essence of earth. The earths resources and problems that go on in our world are from us, we are our only hope to keep or save the way our planet is going. Globalization is a big part in the way we treat our planet and how it will turn out, how we treat it will depend on how we react to problems. Gaia’s

  • The Natural Resources Of The Earth

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    Land The Earth has an ability to produce natural resources, provide land to build on, and absorb waste. This is known as the bio capacity of the Earth, and it can only take so much to keep the planet healthy and clean. It takes about a year and a half to generate the resources that the human population only uses in a year. Therefore, if it continues at this rate, according to the World Wildlife Fund, “by the year 2050, the human population is anticipated to use an equivalency of two Earths worth of

  • Exploring The Earth

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    can be discovered by investigating children’s understanding of the earth. (Panagiotaki, et al, 2006) This report will focus on how children respond to the shape of the Earth, which is an analysis and partly replication of the result of the experiment done by Vosniadou & Brewer in 1992. According to their research, by interpreting everyday experience, children initially believe that the earth is a flat object. Some think that our earth is flat and rectangular while others assume that it is flat and shaped

  • Original Creation of Earth

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    Original Creation of the Earth (The Big Bang vs. Six-Day Creation) TANITKA C. SMITH PHSC210_A24_201240 Debora Ladner December 3, 2012 INTRODUCTION The Big-Bang Theory, accepted widely by atheists and many scientists, simply says this: between 10 and 20 billion years ago a “bang” or explosion occurred from a single point in nothingness and with the scattering of googles of atoms, the earth came into being. An eruption of sorts occurred, haphazardly distributing the smallest

  • Mars Versus Earth

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    Mars VS Earth Mars and Earth are both part of the four terrestrial planets that orbit within the inner solar system and are from the same origin. They are both made of rock and metal. Mars has an extremely weak magnetosphere however, so probably doesn’t have a liquid metal core. Earth on the other hand does have a liquid metal core, which provides its strong magnetosphere. Solar radiation can therefore directly penetrate Mars, while Earth can reflect solar radiation. Mars is much further from

  • Speech On Save The Earth

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    Save The Earth? How can we spread awareness of the human impact on the earth; if any; using scientific fact? Extending the awareness of human impact on earth can be done by spreading information to the public of human impact, using social media platforms, and by applying the methods of persuasion to convince the people in saving the earth. By spreading information on human impact on social media platforms and using the methods of persuasion, we will encourage others to save our Earth. First

  • The Effects Of Deforestation On The Earth

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    Hello- Today, I would like to ask my audience to make a change to help the earth. Please, stop deforestation. Attention- Did you know that in approximately one-hundred years forests will be a thing of the past? Due to deforestation, it is estimated that forests will be extinct by 2116. Deforestation is when large amounts of trees, such as forests, are cut down or removed. This practice has a negative effect on the Earth overall. It has, for example, a negative impact on the land because deforestation

  • Beyond The Bounds Of Earth

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    Beyond the Bounds of Earth Dante breathes life to the cosmos by taking his readers on a journey through the many layers of the heavens in Paradiso. The passage selected introduces Dante’s journey to the Empyrean, which allows readers to analyze their own thoughts concerning outer space. Dante’s heaven is characterized by vitality and harmony, which serves to provide readers with peace upon every glance at the sky. Dante’s heaven reminds people of their small place in a large universe as well as of

  • Causes Of Earth Pollution

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    The end of the world is coming. For centuries, the planet earth has always been enduring large quantity of pollution from humanity that the planet’s lifespan is being exponentially reduced before it’s expected death. The earth’s demolition may be mainly caused by air pollution, water pollution, and soil pollution, therefore, leads to the destruction of all life on earth. first and foremost, the number one killer of planet earth and its inhabitants is air pollution caused by multiple sources that