The word Earth originates from the Middle English word, erthe, which came from Old English eorthe; akin to Old High German erda. This then traces back to the Greek, eraze from the Hebrew erez, meaning ground
Some english speaking people. Other languages use other names.
by alec505 years ago
I have always been fascinated with astrology and all the planets in our solar system, but in theory the planet Earth is just a needle in haystack.. There is so much explore, I believe we're not the only ones living on a...
by Tom Ware7 years ago
About how many people do you think Planet Earth could support?
by Paulo Camacho7 years ago
There is a paradise on planet earth?Is there a place on planet earth where one can live in peace? Where are all friends, no envy or malice. Where there is no violence whatsoever. Where all have their rights respected....
by Emmanuel Kariuki2 years ago
What is the optimum human population for planet Earth?If world forest cover should be 10% for each countries square area, is there then an optimum figure for human population in order to use resources sustainably?
by Nicola Thompson5 years ago
If you could travel to any planet or moon, which would it be?Ever since I was a kid I've wanted to go to Venus. I always imagined it to be a lush rainforest of sweltering heat. Of course now I know that it isn't...
by LailaK5 years ago
What planet would you want to visit?
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