Carbon dioxide (CO2) will play a role in future global warming; however, the question that needs to be asked is: How Methane Gas Releases Due To Global Warming Could Cause Human Extinction?
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.
"The Long Thaw" is a modern classic of science exposition, setting forth the physical basis for how the greenhouse effect and Earth's carbon cycle work. Get the gist with this enhanced content summary review.
Flood is overflowing of water from its normal or artificial banks onto land which is normally dry, such as a river overwhelmed by its floodplain. Uncontrollable floods due to excessive rainfalls can cause excessive damage in a very short period...
This is part 3 of a 4 part hands-on unit study on Meteorology and Weather. Make clouds in a bottle, create rain, build rain gauges, form and eat clouds, and more! My lessons are geared toward 2nd-3rd grade level children and their siblings. These are lessons I created to do with a weekly homeschool...
We cannot stop natural disasters from occurring but we can at least do something to minimize damages. Earthquakes can be very destructive and what we need are some precautionary measures.
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.
Hands-on lesson on fossils from a Christian, young Earth perspective - Part of a homeschool elemntary unit study on Earth Science - Create fossils casts, dig up & piece together dinosaur skeletons, excavate dinosaurs, eat edible ammonites, & more! - Includes Christian books on dinosaurs and fossils
We've now reached the Mesozoic era- a time when reptiles assumed dominance of the Earth. Huge dinosaurs dominated the land, pterosaurs had the skies to themselves and giant marine reptiles terrorised other ocean dwellers...
Now dry, the ancient rivers were changed during the Tertiary period when the earth was extremely active. Volcanoes covered existing waterways and mountains cut off rivers. These are gold sources.