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    The Earth is the ecosystem in which we live, and therefore it is to be protected at all costs. However, many people do not take the matter of nurturing our planet seriously. Most people are extremely ignorant of the amount of water they consume, the garbage they throw away, and the opportunities to recycle that they let slip by. People from the south seem to think that recycling is more a part of the “northern” culture than it is theirs. Sadly, people have yet to realize that the Earth is their home

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    Planet Earth is the only home people have ever known ,but people cannot stay on it forever because due to the loss of biodiversity , pollution , deforestation and the rising of the temperature caused by people .the good news is that people are in a new space race . Its believed that by the mid 2030’s human can orbit , live and occupy other planets safely . Humans are living organisms that cannot make their own food , therefor need to feed on other substances like plants that make their own food

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    Earth Stood Still

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    The Day the Earth Stood Still: Movie Analysis “Your professor was right. At the precipice, we change.” The Day the Earth Stood Still were to films based on the same topic: preserving and taking care of the Earth. Although each movie had the same genre, characters, and underlying theme, there were many different aspects to each movie. To begin with, the graphics and setting of each movie are completely different. The 1951 version takes place in Washington D.C during the spring, and

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    The greenhouse effect has heavy effects on earth. It has positive and negative effects on humans and the earth. The greenhouse effect is a natural process that warms the earth, and it is necessary for the survival of humans. The greenhouse effect helps warm the earth’s surface. Without it our planet would be too cold for humans to survive. Human activity has changed the concentration of certain greenhouse gases in the atmosphere since the beginning of the Industrial Revolution. The world, for

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    Human Impacts on the Earth

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    (Heraclitus). Earth has been changing since it composed of only simple gases and star dust. As these simple elements fell into the gravitational spiral of the solar system, every detail and event, massive and minuscule, resulted in creating the small probability of a planet that could inhabit life, earth. Earth holds that slight chance of regulating itself and keeping that delicate balance of life. Earth has diminutive change compared to the rest of the vast universe. Life on earth is delicate making

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    Essay On Earth Boundaries

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    of pressure of our planet, with industrialization still rapidly increasing our skies and waters are becoming more and more polluted and the natural resources becoming exhausted. Planetary boundaries have been identified and if these are crossed the earth will move out of this stable Holocene period, and into what is known as the Anthropocene. Still today inequality of income and power means that almost 870 million people are chronically undernourished, and more than a billion people live below the

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    Protecting Our Earth

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    The lack of sustainability and irresponsibility, that emanate from Grasshopper Generation, will not only make the economic and environmental problems unbearable, will also tightly constrict everything in the life, which will lead to limit the ability for development because of the domination of financial debts and the constriction of ecological debts. The world is entering a new era “Energy-Climate Era” due to human activities that associated with their trends, which led the global crowded, global

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    Earthquakes - The Dynamic Earth Precise definition of earthquakes: Earthquake is a natural disaster that occurs when two blocks of the earth suddenly slip past one another. The surface where they slip is called the fault, also known as the fault plane. The area below the earth’s surface where the earthquake starts is called the hypocentre, and the area above it on the surface is called the epicentre. More than a million earthquakes rattle the world each year. But, most are so small that they can

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    Geology - Earth Sciences 1.     What is the commonly accepted age of Earth? a)     4.6 Billion years 2.     Which of the following was not a source of heat for the early Earth? a)     hydrothermal energy 3.     What are small asteroids called? a)     meteoroids 4.     What is the process by which a planet becomes internally zoned when heavy materials toward its center and lighter materials accumulate near its surface? a)     Diffentiation 5.     Where is most of the North American Precambrian shield

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    ranging from clean air to fresh water, in the past 50 years. "At the heart of this assessment is a stark warning," said the 45-member board of the Millennium Ecosystem Assessment. "Human activity is putting such strain on the natural functions of Earth that the ability of the planet's ecosystems to sustain future generations can no longer be taken for granted," it said. Ten to 30 percent of mammal, bird and amphibian species were already threatened with extinction, according to the assessment, the

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