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The Simple Truth
by
Wayne Lowe
Published on October 21, 2017
Science

What fills your car? Petrol. What fills your fax machine? Paper. Who fills the third planet from the sun? We do, meaning us!

Your probably wondering what im going on about aren�t you? I�ve got a question I want to ask you     .  .  .

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Evolution of matter
by
Vadim Smolyanov and Valentina Sm
Published on October 21, 2017
Science



Translated from Russian. We shall be glad to receive your remarks on stylistics, grammar, and content.

Chapter I     .  .  .

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GREENHOUSE EFFECT AND ITS IMPLICATIONS
by
Tobi Nagy
Published on October 21, 2017
Science

Some information for those who may not know much about the causes and implications of the �Greenhouse Effect�
For those of you who have been living under a rock or asleep for the last 20 years or those who want to know more about it, here is a brief article.     .  .  .

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Is It Time For Solar Energy to Get Hot?
by
Tim Phelan
Published on October 21, 2017
Science



Solar energy has been around for quite a while and most people don�t think about it much except for the ones who are already into renewable sources of energy. Environmentalists have always loved the idea of solar energy but what has kept it from going m     .  .  .

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The Mystery of Furry Animals
by
Thomas Yoon
Published on October 21, 2017
Science

Comfort! Everyone wants comfort. Air-conditioning systems have been invented for the purpose of providing comfort to the inhabitants of buildings. The science of psychometry was developed to understand the properties of the air - the temperatures, humidi     .  .  .

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The Wonderful World of Hemp
by
Taylor H
Published on October 21, 2017
Science

You've just returned from a wonderful picnic in the park. You start to unpack and you notice that your brand new tote bag has a tear in it. A month later, when the tear becomes a hole, you'll have to throw it (and the bundle of cash you paid for it) away     .  .  .

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How to use the 'net to find valuable asbestos resources
by
Sue-Ann Reyna
Published on October 21, 2017
Science

Right now, because we can use the web, it's child's play to find things you ask for in regards to asbestos. There was a time you had go to a library in order to find something appropriate to asbestos - Do you remember? Not a very convenient condition, am I right?

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Limitless Energy
by
Steve Sommers
Published on October 21, 2017
Science

As with many Americans, I believe that I may have detected a flaw in the Bush energy plan. It seems that oil resources are vulnerable to weather that can shut down by a little bit of rain. Well, okay, a lot of rain     .  .  .

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Nature vs. Mankind
by
Sam Vaknin
Published on October 21, 2017
Science

The Second Law of Thermodynamics predicts the gradual energetic decay of physical closed systems ("entropy"). Arguably, the Universe as a whole is precisely such a system.
Locally, though, order is often fighting disorder for dominance     .  .  .

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Okay Monkey Put Down The Fruit and Raise Your Arms
by
S N James
Published on October 21, 2017
Science

�I�ll get you, ya varmin�! Vermin - the scourge, tramps & vagabonds of the animal kingdom. This is the stereotypical view of vermin who are inconsequently considered a menace. In South Africa (SA) vermin paints a more disturbing picture     .  .  .

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Worms: Elongated
by
Ryan Fyfe
Published on October 21, 2017
Science

A worm is an "elongated" invertebrate soft-bodied animal. The most widely known of all worms is the earthworm. The earthworm is a member of phylum Annelida     .  .  .

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Photovoltaic Systems - Energy from the Sky
by
Ross MacIvar
Published on October 21, 2017
Science

As people search for alternatives to fossil fuel energy, solar energy emerges as one of the cleanest and most practical sources of electricity. Solar panels can be installed on rooftops or any area that receives a lot of sunshine. The solar panels consist of a photov     .  .  .

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Living in Arizona Boulders--Where did they come from?
by
Robert Norman
Published on October 21, 2017
Science

Living in Arizona Boulders -- Where did they come from?

When most people think of building a secluded home, they think of tall trees and large bushes. But what about boulders?

Granite Park, located in Prescott, Arizona, which is in the north cen     .  .  .

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How Solar Thermal Works In Your Home
by
Rick Solare
Published on October 21, 2017
Science

Given energy concerns these days, most homes are now designed to take advantage of passive solar heating concepts. Solar thermal is a big part of this process.

How Thermal Mass Works In Your Home

Getting a little free heating can go a long     .  .  .

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Solar vs. Oil
by
Rick Solare
Published on October 21, 2017
Science

Solar power has long been a minor power source compared to mighty oil. As oil prices rise and conflicts occur in oil countries, perhaps the issue needs to be revisited.

Solar vs     .  .  .

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New Solar Technology - Holographic Tuning
by
Rick Chapo
Published on October 21, 2017
Science

With the renewed emphasis on renewable energy, new technologies are emerging. Holographic tuning is one such technology and could revolutionize solar cells. Holographic Tuning Traditional solar panel systems are not particularly efficient and can be more than a bit     .  .  .

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Using Water As a Power Source
by
Rick Chapo
Published on October 21, 2017
Science

Water is used as a significant power source in many parts of the world. In fact, Norway uses it to produce 99 percent of its electricity. So, how does it work? Water constantly moves through a vast global cycle     .  .  .

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Avoiding a Fate like Mars for Earth: Life on Planet in ImminentDanger
by
Raymond Samuels, University of T
Published on October 21, 2017
Science

Ignoring Global Warming risks precipitating a Global Pan-Famine/Starvation from Africa, right into Europe, the United States, and Canada, unless in can be stopped and reversed in a very timely manner. Such a milieu would occur with soaring temperatures, destoying the     .  .  .

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