Category Archives: geological

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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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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Antarctica and Greenland both melting faster

Antarctica and Greenland both melting faster The Anthropocene is the (commencement of significant human impact on the Earth’s geology and ecosystems), is a proposed epoch dating from the commencement of significant human impact on the Earth’s geology and ecosystems, including, … Continue reading

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