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    the abundance of worlds in our solar system, scientists still are not certain how planets are created. The Earth was naturally created 4.5 billion years ago. With the rise of the sun, small particles came together and became larger particles. Proceeding these events solar winds then swept away elements, such as hydrogen and helium, leaving only rocky materials. Like many other planets, earth was created from these materials. The first stage of earth’s creation was earth's core, with heavy elements

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    The Earth

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    Did u know that our planet, Earth wasn’t always thought of as a planet? Until the sixteenth century when Capernicus figured out that the Earth was another planet, which revolved around the sun, Greek astronomers thought the Earth was the center of the solar system. Also Earth is the only planet that its name didn’t come from Greek/Roman mythology. When earth was first discovered, astronomers were only able to study it with out spacecraft. It was not until the twentieth century that we had maps of

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    Teacher Content Knowledge: The moon is much smaller than the earth is, in fact the earth is more than one quarter of the size of the earth. The fact that the moon much smaller means that there is much less gravity on the moon than we have on earth, though, there is still gravity on the moon. The amount of gravity on the moon is one sixth of the amount of gravity we have here on earth. On the moon, there are only two types of regions, however, despite the fact that there are just two regions, there

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    of that slice of geological time, the experts argue. The Earth is so profoundly changed that the Holocene must give way to the Anthropocene. Human activity has pushed extinction rates of animals and plants far above the long-term average. The Earth is on course to see 75% of species become extinct in the next few centuries if current trends continue. “The significance of the Anthropocene is that it sets a different trajectory for the Earth system,

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    The creation of the earth is a unique concept that man has been grappling to understand, for many years. Luckily over hundreds of years man has developed a theory that explains that complexing order of events. According to science approximately 4.6 billion years ago, the solar system was a huge cloud of star dust and gas this was known as a solar nebula. At some point in that cloud, gravity collapsed the material that contained it into itself. This material then started to spin and it would eventually

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    Cluttered Earth

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    reduce the contributing factors and educate the population of their self-destructive habits. Negligence towards the earth's wellbeing is far from a new subject. Scientists in the particular field of environmental biology have always been aware of the earth and its needs. But not until the sixties did the general public start to become aware of the earth's distress. The bottom line comes down to a few major contributing factors: earth's population creates more waste than it can store, the production of

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    Motion of the Earth

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    The Earth spins around an axis. The Earth takes (a bit more than) one day to go around once. This axis is pointing off somewhere in space. This axis (mostly) doesn’t move. At the same time, the Earth is orbiting the Sun. It takes (a bit more than) one year to go around once. The plane of the Earth’s orbit (mostly) doesn’t move. The spin axis of the Earth’s daily rotation is not perpendicular to the plane of the Earth’s orbit.It is tilted (approximately) 23.4 degrees. The angle of tilt (mostly) doesn’t

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    Conflicted Earth

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    Conflicted Earth This essay is to be about my conflict. Therein lies the problem: I know not what my conflict is, only that it is immaterial and spectral, lingering over me like the gossamer of spiderwebs on good days and the weight of a two-ton boulder on bad days. I call it loneliness, insanity, and myself.. It’s something on the inside, deep inside my soul and... it’s like the Earth. We live upon it, yet we have never ever seen its iron core; nor will many of us ever need to. People are

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    The History of the Earth

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    The History of the Earth History has shown that the Earth's surface can change, and just as fast, as our lives can change with it. In an instant our planet can be violent and out of control creating and destroying life and land. There is not a single day that the earth goes silently without effecting lives in a positive or negative way. The rich ash from a volcano can produce mass crops for a farmer, but in most cases it leads to mass clean up for an entire culture. Humankind has a natural instinct

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    The Waste Of The Earth

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    stuff from factory productions to people’s trash accumulation is destroying the planet earth at an alarming rate. Meaning that people are stripping the earth of its natural resources to mass produce products which is bought by consumers only to be disposed of quickly and either dump in a landfill or burnt up in an incinerator while the government stands by encouraging it to happen even quicker. Therefore, the earth is not able to keep pace with the stripping of it natural resources and will not be

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