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Is there one real good solution to global warming?

It's all about C02, aka Carbon Dioxide, the Greenhouse Gas. There's just too much of it in the earth's atmosphere and we need to find a way to get rid of it ASAP! So, I thought about the poles, the north pole and the south pole. The idea I came up
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Posted by on March 2, 2017

Blasting a rocket to the moon with one huge force of energy vrs. puslating intermittent bursts of energy.

It takes too much energy to launch a huge rocket who's payload is almost 75 percent fuel to propel that fuel included in the base bulk weight of the entire rocket would make it have to use far more energy to reverse thrust itself into a slow orbit around t
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Posted by on March 17, 2017

Blasting a rocket to the moon with one huge force of energy vrs. puslating intermittent bursts of energy.

It takes too much energy to launch a huge rocket who's payload is almost 75 percent fuel to propel that fuel included in the base bulk weight of the entire rocket would make it have to use far more energy to reverse thrust itself into a slow orbit around t
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Posted by on March 17, 2017

Is there one real good solution to global warming?

It's all about C02, aka Carbon Dioxide, the Greenhouse Gas. There's just too much of it in the earth's atmosphere and we need to find a way to get rid of it ASAP! So, I thought about the poles, the north pole and the south pole. The idea I came up
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Posted by on March 2, 2017

Did Your Teacher Speak the Truth About Earth's Origin?

Students, especially young ones, quite often take the teachings placed before them at face value. One of the teachings presented as an offering before us was the origin of the earth. Were you told matter originating elsewhere was gathered together by the p
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Posted by on October 1, 2016

Do Thinking People Really Believe This?

I am a chemist. I received my education at Drexel University and the University of Virginia. I decidedly am not bragging. I'm merely stating fact to show that I at least don't speak via an uneducated tongue. I was just reading about chemicals found within
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Posted by on September 26, 2016

From the Astronomical to the Sub-Microscopic

I've always been fascinated by the edges of science. Let's face it: most scientists are. If they weren't, they'd pretty much be Sad Sacks. But the astronomical and the sub-atomic are special. Two similar, yet entirely different features of these worlds, ar
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Posted by on September 19, 2016

111 Facebook Shares - The Origin of Crude Oil

I've written hundreds -perhaps thousands- of articles related to science. Some of them received excellent reviews, some excellent visitations. But the one best from the perspective of Facebook shares is my article at DecodedScience, entitled, The Origin o
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Posted by on September 9, 2016

1.3 Celsius is 34.34 Fahrenheit.

In recent reading I found out that if the earth's temperature, global overall temperature increases from where it is now, today, to where it might be soon, like 1.3 degrees Celsius overall that would be an overall increase in global warming form where it i
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Posted by on April 2, 2016

Fire & Ice

fire & ice Funny that the earth is cold on the north and south poles but down deep into the planet it is as hot as the sun, molten and bubbling hot with lava and nickel-iron in it's core while we fight back and forth over the argument that the world i
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Posted by on March 29, 2016

Might there be a way to lower the Carbon Dioxide Levels on Venus to thus lower the surface temperature to allow man to land there?

Venus, Earth's sister planet, called Earth's evil twin by some may have once been more like Earth in earlier times. But it currently has 95% carbon dioxide - CO2 and it's temperature is excessive and dangerous. It makes me wonder how Earth could survive if
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Posted by on March 13, 2016

What is the Ogallala Aquifer?

The Ogallala Aquifer is a large area of ground water that is a resource for agriculture water supplied to 8 states that include South Dakota, Wyoming, Nebraska, Colorado, Kansas, Oklahoma, New Mexico and Texas. http://ne.water.usgs.gov/ogw/hpwlms/imag
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Posted by on March 12, 2016