I really like your topic of study.it really is true that there might be life in some galaxies but yet you need to expound more on the type of life that you really expect.is it life that supports human life or plant life. I think if you also look at the possible outcomes of the life in these galaxies you might also know the duration in which one can survive in those galaxies. for instance the US government is trying to formulate a way of settling their growing population by finding means such...
That is one of the most controversial questions in the field of science and especially astronomy and astrobiology. Scientists have struggled with this question for a long time but haven't yet found the answer yet. When delving into such a question it is important first to lay out and expound on all your questions, for example 'is there life in other galaxies apart from the milky way?'. For this question, I think it is important to first know what kind of life we are expecting to find, is it...
Wow, your post is truly inspiring and actually makes me think about what us humans can do to make a huge difference one day. Do you think it's possible for humans to change their habits and eventually adapt to these new systems? Also, I don't know if you've seen it, but I found this cool video about a solar powered oven. http://video.nationalgeographi.../video/solar-cooking good luck with your future posts
Paige: This was a concept learned by humans after the destruction of the Earth. Adaptation to a perfectly functioning society felt like a better choice for the fate of humanity. Desi: Thank you! I think some brief backstories will be explained but I don't want all of this film to be backstory so there will probably only be enough information in the film for the audience to grasp the general concept.
Interesting how instead of modifying the new planet to suit their needs, the humans modify themselves to suit the planet. Would this be because of a lesson learned by the human race after the destruction of Earth, or was that just something that happened to fit into the plot/concept better?
Wow! this is very impressive and very well thought out, well done! I really love the theme of rebirth as well as the discussion of collectivism vs individualism. Are you planning to explain the whole end of earth and evolution of humanity thing in your short film? Or are you planning to just introduce this new race of wasp-human hybrids on their new planet from the start?
Hi to you Nicole.Nice progress you are making there.The approach you are taking is also great(books)I do agree with you on this....art and society.At is the most effective medium as long as social acts and norms is concern. Through books,writers have been able to influence multitude across the world;be it hand written copies or online.I mean,a person is able to understand what is done in India,W.Africa,S.America,name it,without visiting there.The idea is having lots of information,take whats...
I find this analysis of the book to be fascinating, and i believe i would like to read this book now. It is very interesting that the book was able to influence the language in real life, and to give birth to new inventions e.g. the water bed. i also find it interesting in the way the author portrayed spirituality and religion. Excellent research, keep up the good work!
Very interesting! I like this new formate that you are doing I would definitely love to read this book. I feel that, with the way you describe the coming of age themes in this book that it gives something more to the genre than the generic teenage story, often times we forget that just because we're grown-ups doesn't mean we've grown up. I kind of wished you elaborated a bit more on your points. It would of been a great opportunity to source/reference a 1960's article the book. Overall...
Hey Nicole I like the new format you are doing with your post. This book seems really fascinating to me because it is about space and stuff. What I was curious about this book is was it ever banned? Overall I really like all of your posts because they help me learn about books and the power they have over society. I can not wait to read more Good luck. Aiswarya
I like the direction you're taking with your research and how you address it from multiple angles. For many the answer is to simply stop eating meat altogether, but such a drastic change do not bode well with most people. It will be interesting to see how people will have to change their eating habits in the coming decades as our food supply gradually decreases and the environment deteriorates. If you haven't already I'd recommend watching the documentary Food Inc. While it doesn't focus...
Hi Jim, The fact that you are approaching your inquiry question from multiple angles is really smart. Your research is very logical and I agree with the opinion you have stated on your subject. As a vegetarian, I recognize the impact that farming livestock has on the environment. Maybe in your next round of research, you can do a comparison between farming fruits/vegetables and meat, and compare the environmental impacts and what is used to produce them. Hope this helps! I look forward to...
Hi dorcas. You have a nice topic on atmospheric effect on incoming solar radiation.I have learnt a lot on amount of scattering that takes place in three factors and also scattering does not change striking light rays wavelength.Research more on the cloud and radiation facts. here i found a link; https://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/Features/Clouds/
hi wallace you have a nice topic i now know many thing about earth quakes that i never knew i will be looking on your post next and here i got some link for you https://www.google.com/search?..._sm=122&ie=UTF-8
Hello Wallace.That's good of you doing earthquakes since it is rare to find people researching on such topics.I came across a link that I thought it would help you https://www.netfind.com/vertic...content&s_chn=78 Am looking forward to see your next post
hi wallace!what a good and unique topic you are researching on.it is very educative and informative .looking forward for your next post. here is a link i came across which may be helpful in your next post! www.nationgeographic.com/envir...isaster/earthquakes/
Hey,Wallace. Fantastic topic you choose about earthquakes and waves.It makes a lot of people die that led to low population in most of countries.Research more on the countries affected by earthquakes and waves.Looking forward on your post. Nice researching.
Hey Agnes! This is some great research! With our changing climate as well as the increase in global population, fresh water has become much more valuable. I didn't really know the potential that lies in managed aquifer recharge in terms of harvesting drinkable water until now; I didn't even know what an aquifer was! Great work! Here are some links which may help with your research: - https://www.un-igrac.org/areas...aquifer-recharge-mar - https://www.environment.sa.gov...ged-aquifer-recharge...
hi Wallace it is a very nice topic that you are researching on.so that you will help us to know more about the calamities that are affecting us so that many of us will now be ready with such calamities.keep it up nice topic
Hi Wallace! Nice research, I think it's important that people are informed about earthquakes since they can be so disastrous and devastating, and it's great that you chose to do your inquiry topic on them. It's too bad that they are so hard to predict - I wonder how many lives could be saved if earthquakes could be predicted more accurately, and when/if we will have that kind of technology. For future research, perhaps you could research about how climate change could possibly have a link to...
Great post Wallace! I especially liked the diagrams at the end that helped provide a visual aspect to your research! You mentioned that geologists make forecasts to help predict earthquakes. They do this by gathering data from seismic monitoring networks on a global scale, high-density local monitoring in areas suspected of risk, and geological field work. Perhaps you could go into deeper depth about what these concepts are, and how it's done by scientists. Here are some links to help!
Hi Wallace! I like your topic as it is becoming more and more evident that we need to know how earthquakes work and how we can predict them so that we can protect ourselves! I'm interested to see more about this topic! Here are some interesting methods that I found that scientists use to study the earthquakes, the magnitudes and finding the epicentres and collecting data. https://earthquake.usgs.gov/learn/kids/eqscience.php http://www.bgs.ac.uk/discoveri.../locatingQuakes.html
Hey Maiya and Grace,,, Awesome!emission of the greenhouse gas has greatly led to global warming in which has led to high temperatures and even destruction of the ozone layer which protects living organisms from the dangerous rays of the sun.Waiting for your next post. Here are some links; http://www.publichealth.org/pu...ness/climate-change/ https://www.livescience.com/37...warming-effects.html https://www.niwa.co.nz/educati...and-greenhouse-gases
Hey Grace, A good and educative topic you have about the climate change slowing down, according to the experience that i have come across in Africa is that because people have been doing deforestation (the cutting down of tress) and they are not replacing them, they have encourage desertification (the process by which fertile land becomes desert, typically as a result of drought) Hope the following news will help you on your next research. Nice work done bye.
Hi Angela, I really enjoyed reading your research, it was nicely summarized and very interesting! I never knew how many different types of gases are in our atmosphere. Here is a website I found that discusses more into depth about all the atmospheric layers and their roles; https://www.nasa.gov/feature/j...ve-tsunami-detection Good luck
Hey Angela, It's neat to see what the ozone is made of as I don't know too much about it. A possibility for you upcoming rounds of research is to look into how the ozone layer is in danger, which is super concerning! In an article, there was an ice base that found a hole in the ozone layer in danger of falling into chasm (first link) http://www.telegraph.co.uk/sci...anger-falling-chasm/ http://www.ffem.fr/lang/en/acc...zone/ozone-depletion Best of luck!
Nice research Angela! The ozone layer is very beneficial to us as humans but is unfortunately being destroyed by fossil fuels and greenhouse gasses. Here is a site that discusses how the ozone layer is depleting and why this is such a big problem, not only for us as humans, but for all wildlife around the world. It is a national geographic site. http://www.nationalgeographic....ing/ozone-depletion/ I hope this helps your research, Ben Laird.
Hey Angela am glad to here you researching on how the ozone layer helps to support life on earth.Iam much intrested on your work and I would like to here more from you.I've visited the internet to learn more and I have found that the ozone layer acts as a filter for the shorter wavelength and highly hazardous ultraviolet radiation (UVR) from the sun, protecting life on Earth from its potentially harmful effects. When the sky is clear, there is an inverse relationship between stratospheric...
Hi Angela, This was very interesting research and it is obvious you are very interested in it. I like how you organized it into neat paragraphs so it would be easier for the readers to understand. One thing, what do you think would happen if there were no more ozone layer? What causes the ozone layer to degrade? What would the impact be? http://www.nationalgeographic....ing/ozone-depletion/ https://www.nasa.gov/topics/ea...s/world_avoided.html
Hey Angela, Great research! I'm interested as to how air pollution can effect the ozone layer and what would happen to our climate? Since it acts as a "shield" for the UV rays, would this cause more UV radiation? http://www.nationalgeographic....ing/ozone-depletion/ This link might help, Good Luck!
Hey Angela, A nice topic you have about the ozone layer,its very intresting to now that you care that much about our weather, if there could no that layer, many of us could not be surviving. Anyway nice work and looking forward on your next research
Hi, Angela what an interesting topic. i really like the way you have analysed your work and the explanation i have learnt much through your research i will be looking forward to your post work. Good luck
Angela this is a nice research surely many are affected with ozone layer with knowing and it really affect their health(human).With continuation with this your research i know you will show us more like how to maintain ozone layer so that it do not affect our health. http://www.epd.gov.hk/epd/engl...6_info_olp_ue_c.html http://www.greendiary.com/5-wa...ozone-depletion.html https://ec.europa.eu/clima/policies/ozone_en Good luck in your research
Hey Angela, I didn't know too much about the "bad" ozone layer until you explained it really well! I think it would be interetesting if you added what is currently happening to the ozone layers and what scientist perdict in the future will happen. I found an amazing study done by NASA which discusses the future of our ozone layer. You should check it out. https://earthobservatory.nasa....thoutOzone/page2.php Great Work!
Hi Angela, This is some very interesting research. I thought I knew a lot about the ozone layer, but after reading your research, I realized how little I actually knew. Thank you very much for giving detailed information as it helped me expand my knowledge. Something that perhaps you could look into is ozone depletion. One topic of concern recently is the issue of our ozone layer depleting, causing deadly rays to pass our atmosphere. Here is an article that I found that may help with this.
Welcome to the site! This is a really cool topic. I haven't really looked into this before, and it is interesting. I found this photo, which seems to be a good representation, of how the ozone layer works. I found this website that I think could help you with your research. http://www.theozonehole.com/aboutus.htm Good Luck with the rest of your research!
Hey Angelica! Wow, I've never thought about how our impact on the climate could be becoming apparent in rock formations and layers. It's terrible to think that the changes that we are constantly making will, in many cases, be irreversible, and there's so little that we can do about it. Great post; I'm really looking forward to more!
Interesting research, My question is did the movies talk at all about how we can get the same amount of food without this industry? Because we consume, especially here in north america, a ton of food. so how do they, and how do you think we can combat that need for food and the kinds of food that the average person craves? Awesome research! Seth
Hey Dorcas Nice work on the research about solar radiation in the atmosphere.The research is more helpful because we get to know the importance of the solar radiation.Research more on the effect in the atmosphere. Here are some links: http://www.physicalgeography.net/fundamentals/7f.html
Hi Dorcas, Its interesting to see how much you are concerned about the atmosphere, although its a bit challeging to find the effects of solar radiation you have been able to identifed them. Anyway good work and looking forward for your next research
Hi Dorcas, This is an interesting topic to research on. The atmosphere controlls the amount of solar radiation reaching the surface of the earth and regulates the amount of radiation escaping into space. what if you try to research on how the atmosphere affects incoming solar radiation. all the best.
Hello Dorcas Great work am able to learn some useful information in you post about the solar radiation.i found some links about the solar radiation; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/...radiation_management https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Solar_energy Good luck in you research.
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