Earth & Geography Articles
How Cleaning Melbourne Make My Dream Come True
12/16/2011 11:46:32 AM
Most people dream of success in their lives - a successful career and a happy family is what most often determines the word happiness. As I have never doubted that I would have the latter one I was quite concerned about my business development. Cleaning Melbourne was a small venture that turned out..
The Tortoises of the Galapagos
10/06/2011 06:00:43 AM
Perhaps one of the most significant creatures to influence Darwin in constructing his theory of evolution was the humble tortoise. The giant tortoise of the Galapagos, to be precise. When Darwin first arrived at the Galapagos islands in the early 19th century, some of the first creatures he noticed ..
The Great Pacific Garbage Patch
09/30/2011 13:55:28 PM
As I enjoyed my days at the beach this summer I couldn’t help but think about what lies beneath the surface of the ocean. The beautiful sea life lives among what is known as The Great Pacific Garbage Patch, a vortex of debris in the center of the North Pacific Subtropical Gyre. It’s the ..
Stormwolf's Big Fat Guide To Weather Forecasting #1:
08/10/2011 18:30:00 PM
Howdy there :) and welcome to the ultimate weather guide!
In the first article, I will discuss general rules to short and medium terms to weather forecasting, also known as weather proverbs, these proverbs are all verified true by me. I will be using rain as an example, this usually applie..
07/28/2011 12:50:59 PM
I love clouds XD they are so fascinating to watch, that's why I want you to enjoy cloud watching as much as I do with this picture guide to how to identify a cloud.
1.Low Level Clouds
Low level clouds are typically found from the surface to about 2000 metres or about 6000 ft into the troposphere...
Permaculture: sustainability that mimics nature
06/29/2011 03:55:43 AM
Permaculture is a word originally coined by Bill Mollison and David Holmgren in the mid seventies. With this word they wanted to describe an integrated system in which perennial plants and animal species can constantly evolve.
According to David Holmgren, a more updated definition of..
08/20/2010 02:48:19 AM
After reading a lot of stuff about kashmir's fate ,I had a dream last night from Kashmir .Kashmir,the place wrapped with blood bedsheet and I named my poem KASHMIR CALLING.Here are those words spoken to me last night ..............
Flying's Free Ride Means Runaway Climate Chaos
07/13/2010 14:41:15 PM
There is one form of transport that is an extreme climate killer, the fastest expanding source of CO2, and that is of little economic benefit: Flying will destroy the planet. What is most devastating is that it is supported through government subsidies and is therefore superficially ..
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