Monthly Archives: July 2011

Some Most Notable Science Fair Projects

Guest Post by Kaitlyn Cole While science fair projects still typically consist of paper mache volcanoes, LEGO robots, and crystals grown in a jar, many students these days are going above and beyond the staples, taking on projects that would … Continue reading

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Surprising Patterns Found in Glacial Melting

During the last prolonged warm spell on Earth, the oceans were at least four meters — and possibly as much as 6.5 meters, or about 20 feet — higher than they are now. Where did all that extra water come … Continue reading

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Doomsday Blogs

Guest Post by Melanie Slaugh When faced with a conversation about Doomsday people are either really scared or really skeptical.  I think I fall in the latter of the two choices.  There are a lot of people out there talking … Continue reading

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Erosion to devour 3,000 hectares of land on riverbanks of Ganga,Jamuna and Padma this year in Bangladesh

Around 2,428 hectares of cultivable land and 413 hectares of settlement on the banks of Jamuna, Ganges and Padma rivers will disappear due to erosion this year.Bangladesh Water Development Board (BWDB) and Center for Environmental and Geographic Information Services (CEGIS) … Continue reading

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