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AL (Al Stine)

Joined 11 months ago from South Equator, East Pacific

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    Economic Growth and the Environment

    2 months ago

    Economic development is usually measured by the total value of goods and services produced in an economy. The environment is the source of goods and services that fuel economic growth. Therefore, an increase in economic growth indicates an increase in natural resource utilization of the environment.

  • 8

    "Cities Skylines": Fun and Educative Game

    4 months ago

    "Cities Skylines" is a fun and educative city-building simulation game designed with all the tools and perks that enable the player to build a realistic city of their imagination and be exposed to real economic and environmental elements of a real city. It is a fun way to spend some indoor time.

  • 5

    Arthropods: Bugs in Our Homes

    4 months ago

    Arthropods are the largest class of animals on the planet, with more than 80% of all known animal species belong to this class. With over a million species, arthropods inhabit all types of land-based and aquatic ecosystems, including our homes. They are commonly known as insects, bugs, or spiders.

  • 8

    Hydrophytes: Indoor and Outdoor Water Garden Plants

    4 months ago

    Hydrophytes are water-dependent plants floating or submerged in water. The nutrients required by hydrophytes are provided within the water and delivered to the roots. These are common plants found in aquatic regions. They are also a predominant feature of indoor and outdoor water gardens and ponds.

  • 2

    Home Applications of Linux-Based Operating Systems

    4 months ago

    Linux is an open-source operating system that runs on computers and other electronic devices. Today, a small number of computer users use Linux operating systems. It is, however, embedded in other electronic devices such as TVs, watches, servers, cameras, routers, printers, fridges, and even cars.

  • 14

    How to Avoid Dehydration: Lost in the Wilderness

    4 months ago

    Avoiding dehydration when lost in the wilderness is perhaps the most important factor to consider. Dehydration may cause headaches, dizziness, fatigue, and hallucinations, thereby limiting the chances of survival. However, there are several ways to keep hydrated when one is lost in the wilderness.

  • 6

    Creating a Fantasy World Map: Scientific Laws to Remember

    4 months ago

    When writing a fantasy story, creating a realistic fantasy world map that will help readers see your vision is essential. In order to create your map, there are some basic scientific laws that have to be followed.

  • 4

    Clean Energy: A Future Unknown

    4 months ago

    Clean energy is energy extracted from renewable sources with zero emissions. Despite the abundance of renewable resources in the form of water, wind and solar, dependence on non-renewable energy sources such as coal and oil have not reduced to levels that can be sustained by the environment.

  • 2

    Fossil Fuels: An Inconvenient Future

    4 months ago

    Fossil fuels—coal, oil, and natural gas—are currently the world's primary energy source. These non-renewable resources have fueled the global economy for centuries. However, they are finite resources, and a future without them is a very real prospect.

  • 9

    Knowledge of Truth in an Inverted World

    4 months ago

    A poem about the abstract nature of knowledge and truth with regards to religion, social issues, media, environment, politics, patriotism death, and warfare.

  • 10

    The Hidden Beauty of Xerophytes

    4 months ago

    A xerophyte is a type of plant that has adaptations that enable it to survive in environments that have minimal sources of liquid water. Their adaptive nature has enabled them to be found in almost all regions of the earth, with different terrains, climates, and weather patterns.

  • Generations Defined By Video Games
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    Generations Defined By Video Games

    4 months ago

    The genesis of video games can be traced as far back as the early 1950s when computer scientists began designing simple games and simulations as part of their academic research or ways to relax. Generation after generation, video games have now become an integral part of human society and culture.

  • 8

    Hormones and How They Affect Our Lives

    4 months ago

    A hormone is defined as a chemical substance produced in the body that controls and regulates the activity of certain cells or organs. Despite operating as micro-level human body processes, their operations are essential to our survival and affect our everyday activities of life.

  • 12

    Science and Religion: The Six-Nine Illustration

    4 months ago

    Science and religion are two facets of human society that have been treated as mutually exclusive, their existence has been used as a means to explain the non-existence of one facet over the other. The history of the two though rooted in division has gradually progressed to an accepted co-existence.

  • 3

    Computer Networks for Beginners

    7 months ago

    The importance of computers in many sectors of human society has created the need to create links and channels that aid in the transfer and sharing of data and information from one computer to the other computer, or from one sector of society to the other sector.

  • 2

    Environmentally Sustainable Tourism: A Progressive Approach

    12 days ago

    Sustainable tourism development meets the needs of present tourists and host regions while protecting and enhancing tourism opportunities for future generations. To enable this continued practice, a number of different environmentally progressive approaches have been developed.

  • 6

    Learn How to Use a Computer Without a Mouse

    3 months ago

    The first computer mouse was conceived of in the early 1960s by Douglas Engelbart and has since become an important navigation device on most computer desktop screens used today. However, computers never relied on the mouse for navigation in the past and can still function without the mouse today.

  • 4

    Death Cycle of Poverty and the Environment

    3 weeks ago

    Poverty and the environment are linked in a vicious death cycle that neither element can break from. The poor in most cases cannot afford to take proper care of the environment, which is their major resource base; in turn, a degraded environment poses a threat to their health and livelihood.

  • 4

    A Third-World View of America's Impeachment Process

    5 weeks ago

    The United States of America is the world's pinnacle of democracy. Throughout the years, third-world countries fighting for democracy have always looked to the stars and stripes for inspiration and help. That's why America's politics have always had a ripple effect on third-world politics.

  • 10

    Christians and Conservatives in the Age of Trump

    5 weeks ago

    Trump’s ‘Make America Great Again’ message was riddled in divisive rhetoric even before he took office; his opinions on race, gender, religion and other social issues lacked good reasoning and intent. Interestingly, this message was able to resonate with conservative and Christian demographics.

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