Category Archives: Earth

Antarctica

Antarctica While no one officially “owns” Antarctica, over twelve countries claim to have rights to at least a portion of it. Antarctica is the most isolated of the seven continents and is called home only by penguins and a few … Continue reading

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Our Oceans are dying…

The Dominican Republic Coast… https://takeaction.parley.tv/

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The question was what was the language that Adam and Eve spoke?

The question was what was the language that Adam and Eve spoke? What prompted me to research this subject was the question What was the first language spoken by Adam and Eve? It was stated as a hypothetical fact. (Hebrew?) … Continue reading

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The Earth Has Lost More Than Half Its Animals Since 1970

A heads up Non-Believers The Earth Has Lost More Than Half Its Animals Since 1970 By JOSHUA KEATING The global wildlife population declined by nearly 60 percent over the past four decades according to an alarming new report from the … Continue reading

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NASA has just revealed images of an enormous asteroid that could destroy The Earth

  101955 Bennu NASA has just revealed images of an enormous asteroid that could destroy The Earth. NRadius: 861.22′, Mass: 78 billion kg Orbital period: 438 days, Gravity: 0.00009807 m/s²,Orbits: Sun Bennu comes incredibly close to Earth every six years … Continue reading

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Ancient ‘Snowball Earth’ thawed out in a flash

Ancient ‘Snowball Earth’ thawed out in a flash By Lucas JoelApr. 2, 2019 , 10:50 AM More than half a billion years ago, our planet was a giant snowball hurtling through space. Glaciers blanketed the globe all the way to … Continue reading

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How many birds are there in the world?

How many birds are there in the world? About 10 years ago, two scientists decided to estimate the total number of birds on the planet. The number they came up with was 200 to 400 billion individual birds. Compared to … Continue reading

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Gandhi

Perhaps Gandhi was right when he said ‘The world has enough for everyone’s need, but not enough for everyone’s greed’. Veganism is the practice of abstaining from the use of all animal products, particularly in diet. Vegetarianism is the practice … Continue reading

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Rare Earth Elements (REEs)

Rare Earth Elements (REEs), The uncertainty surrounding metals demand, the mining market, and China’s economy all affect the value of rare earth elements. What isn’t uncertain though is that the demand for them will continue to increase. REEs have diverse … Continue reading

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Mammals

Miocene Epoch monkey-ape transitional genus (Proconsul) Old World monkey of the Oligocene Epoch (Aegyptopithecus Zeuxis) Hornless rhinoceros (Indricotherium): The largest known mammal from the Oligocene Epoch Primate-like Mammals Humans and the great apes (large apes) of Africa — chimpanzees (including … Continue reading

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