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  • Recycling plastic is essential for the well-being of our planet. Before plastic can be recycled, it must be sorted and separated, either at source or at a recycling facility. This article gives simple guidelines to easily identify different types of plastic in line with the international plastic identification code.

    How to Identify Different Types of Plastic

    How to Identify Different Types of Plastic

    by grumpiornot8

  • Involving many principles of science, this particular paradox follows a consequence of black hole mechanics and has far-reaching implications, no matter what the solution is.

    What Is the Black Hole Firewall Paradox?

    What Is the Black Hole Firewall Paradox?

    by Leonard Kelley1

  • The anesthesiologist monitors, and responds to, changes in your vital signs during your entire surgery. Heart rate, rhythm, blood pressure, oxygen level, breathing and other parameters give the anesthesiologist the information needed to keep you safe and comfortable during an anesthetic.

    Patient Monitoring during Anesthesia

    Patient Monitoring during Anesthesia

    by TahoeDoc5

  • Keeping your favorite recipes organized is a challenge for many of us. Create your own recipe database and never have to hunt for your recipes again.

    How to Create a Recipe Database

    How to Create a Recipe Database

    by Eric Cramer20

  • The arctic wolves are the least understood or studied wolves out of all the species of wolf on the planet. Living in only the most remote and extreme environments, these predators brave the cold.

    The Arctic Wolves

    The Arctic Wolves

    by Wesman Todd Shaw7

  • Basking sharks are the second biggest fish in the oceans, and are to be found in all temperate seas of the world. Harmless plankton eaters, basking sharks spend their summers slowly swimming around on or near the surface of the water with their mouths open, filtering plankton and small fishes from the seas. In winter, they dive to great depths in the deepest oceans where they continue to feed off plankton from the foot of water columns.

    Facts About Basking Sharks

    Facts About Basking Sharks

    by sharkfacts9

  • What makes the Cretaceous sea worse than any other in history is that there isn't just one predator to worry about, but a whole collection of them, including sharks, lightning fast killer fish and fearsome giant marine reptiles called mosasaurs.

    Sea Monsters Of The Cretaceous

    Sea Monsters Of The Cretaceous

    by James Kenny24

  • Dinosaurs get all the glory. Their appeal often overshadows other species that existed with them. Non-dinosaur fossils reveal rare glimpses into reptiles, birds and mammals when T. Rex ruled.

    10 Rare Fossils of Species That Lived With Dinosaurs

    10 Rare Fossils of Species That Lived With Dinosaurs

    by Jana Louise Smit0

  • What are Decibel levels and why are they so important? How can you measure them and when are they too "loud"?

    Decibel Levels

    Decibel Levels

    by Tony1

  • So, there's a flat Earth society, a round Earth society, but why have we eliminated the possibility of the Hollow Earth?

    What Is the Hollow Earth Theory?

    What Is the Hollow Earth Theory?

    by Mark Walker Jr0

  • What different species of animals can interbreed and how is it possible? From mules to ligers learn all about hybrids in this comprehensive article.

    Facts and Myths About Mammal Hybridization

    Facts and Myths About Mammal Hybridization

    by Theophanes Avery30

  • This article offers a list of 10 lakes or seas that are in danger of drying out to a great extent or disappearing entirely in a period of decades or years.

    10 Worst Drying Lakes in the World

    10 Worst Drying Lakes in the World

    by Kelley Marks4

  • Varanus salvator, the Asian water monitor, is one of the most accessible large lizards on Earth. If you know where to look, one can get up close and personal with these giants of the reptilian world

    The Asian Water Monitor Lizard; Varanus salvator

    The Asian Water Monitor Lizard; Varanus salvator

    by Greensleeves Hubs41

  • My list of the most dangerous animals in the USA, where I name the animals which are most capable of injuring and, in rare circumstances, killing people.

    Top 10 Most Dangerous Animals in the USA

    Top 10 Most Dangerous Animals in the USA

    by Paul Goodman2

  • Birds are among the most beautiful creatures on Earth. They're also some of the weirdest! Check out these crazy-but-true interesting and fun facts about our feathered friends...you'll be amazed!

    Top Ten Interesting and Fun Facts About Birds

    Top Ten Interesting and Fun Facts About Birds

    by Amanda Littlejohn45

  • Man has always been fascinated by the sky. Yet space exploration in earnest did not begin until the 20th century. A recap of man's remarkable achievements in search of new frontiers.

    10 Milestones of Space Exploration

    10 Milestones of Space Exploration

    by Marco1

  • What are the world's rarest and most endangered butterflies? This quick and easy guide tells you all about these beautiful and critically imperiled insects.

    Top 10 Rare or Endangered Butterflies

    Top 10 Rare or Endangered Butterflies

    by FCM0

  • Fascinating facts and photos featuring the most common and some more unusual stones found along Lake Michigan's shorelines. Including various types of basalt, septarian brown stones, limestone, granite, gabbro, diorite, gneiss, schist, sandstone, silt stone, mud stone, geodes, chalcedony and agate.

    I Found a Rock on the Beach and Wondered

    I Found a Rock on the Beach and Wondered

    by Kathi12

  • This hub explain how do we use c++ bitset class to represent binary numbers and check individual bit fields in it.

    C++ Bitset With Example

    C++ Bitset With Example

    by sirama2

  • Marmots are large ground squirrels that live in mountainous areas of British Columbia. They are social and very vocal animals that often form colonies. Three species of animals are commonly known as marmots in BC. One of them—the Vancouver Island Marmot—is critically endangered.

    The Marmots of British Columbia: Wildlife in Canada

    The Marmots of British Columbia: Wildlife in Canada

    by Linda Crampton64

  • The cheetah is one of the most iconic animals in the world. The cheetah doesn't get the respect or media attention the lion does, but there are only ten thousand left in this world. Save the cheetah.

    Acinonyx jubatus, The Cheetah

    Acinonyx jubatus, The Cheetah

    by Wesman Todd Shaw6

  • Spiders both fascinate and frighten people. Check out these weird, amazing, interesting and fun facts about spiders taken from science, history, literature and mythology with cool photos and videos.

    Top Ten Interesting and Fun Facts About Spiders

    Top Ten Interesting and Fun Facts About Spiders

    by Amanda Littlejohn34

  • Take a tour of Prokaryotes: The most numerous organisms on our planet. Complete with quizzes, videos, links and summary tables. Excellent for A-level and higher

    Prokaryotic Cell Structure: A Visual Guide

    Prokaryotic Cell Structure: A Visual Guide

    by Rhys Baker2

  • A compound shape is a shape that is made up from other simple shapes. In this article we will be working out the area of a L shape (made up from 2 rectangles). To find the area of a compound shape, follow these simple steps: Step 1: Work out the...

    Compound Shapes: How to Find the Area of an L-Shape

    Compound Shapes: How to Find the Area of an L-Shape

    by Mark27

  • Learn to identify songbirds by type and see pictures of common backyard birds. You might be surprised to discover how some of the birds you see in your garden and yard are related. They are all of the order Passeriformes, but then split into many different families.

    Common Types of Backyard Birds in the Northeast

    Common Types of Backyard Birds in the Northeast

    by Eric Dockett5

  • This article is all about the characteristics of the Pine tree, the adaptations that help to survive winter, reproduction through cones, and uses. Read on to know more.

    Interesting Facts About Pine Trees

    Interesting Facts About Pine Trees

    by Nithya Venkat33

  • The Spix's macaw is endemic to Brazil but has been declared extinct in the wild. It still exists in captivity. Captive birds may be released into the wild, but it's unknown whether this will restore the population.

    40 Facts About the Spix’s Macaw: Extinct in the Wild

    40 Facts About the Spix’s Macaw: Extinct in the Wild

    by Linda Crampton24

  • Hellebores bloom mainly in late winter and spring. Their flowers are an attractive and welcome sight in nature, gardens, and landscaped areas. Lenten and Christmas roses are both types of hellebores. Many other species and cultivars of hellebores exist, offering gardeners some interesting choices.

    Hellebores: Beautiful Flowers of Late Winter and Spring

    Hellebores: Beautiful Flowers of Late Winter and Spring

    by Linda Crampton36

  • Puffins are most people’s favourite sea bird, and Scotland has plenty of great places to view them. Whether you are a visitor or native to Scotland, this article shows you where to go. And it’s filled with cute photos!

    Where to Find Puffins in Scotland

    Where to Find Puffins in Scotland

    by Yvonne Spence67

  • Giardia is an interesting parasite that causes an unpleasant intestinal disorder called giardiasis. Understanding the parasite's features and behaviour may lead to better treatments for the disorder.

    Giardia in the Intestine: The Parasite and Giardiasis

    Giardia in the Intestine: The Parasite and Giardiasis

    by Linda Crampton32

  • Barium is an elusive element with not many industrial uses when compared with other metals such as aluminum. However, from a medical drink to rat poison, it would be inaccurate for one to say it didn't have an interesting array of applications.

    Common Uses of Barium

    Common Uses of Barium

    by Steven Pearson16

  • There are many different types of plants, ranging from grand trees to tiny algae. This is an overview with pictures.

    Types of Plants (With Pictures)

    Types of Plants (With Pictures)

    by Will Apse18

  • The constellation Virgo is one of the oldest-named constellations. It has a great mythological history and hundreds of galaxies and "Messier" objects within its boundaries. Find out more about the "Diamond of Virgo" and the "Field of the Nebulae."

    The Constellation Virgo—Mythology, Stars, and More

    The Constellation Virgo—Mythology, Stars, and More

    by Cynthia Calhoun27

  • Understanding percentages and learning how to calculate them is a fundamental skills of mathematics. This articles describes how to calculate a variety of types of percentages that are used in our world each and every day.

    How to Calculate Percentages

    How to Calculate Percentages

    by CWanamaker2

  • The orangutan is one of our closest relatives, and yet we know comparatively little about them. They are an animal, that we need to learn more about, because maybe knowing more about them will helps us understand ourselves better. Hopefully, we can do this before it's too late...

    10 Interesting Facts About Orangutans

    10 Interesting Facts About Orangutans

    by James Kenny40

  • This is a full guide in finding the general term of sequences. There are examples provided to show you the step-by-step procedure in finding the general term of a sequence.

    How to Find the General Term of Sequences

    How to Find the General Term of Sequences

    by John Ray4

  • Guide to the different tests you can perform on unknown bacteria to identify it. These methods are really important in many fields when you are faced with an unknown sickness or contamination.

    Identifying an unknown bacterial strain

    Identifying an unknown bacterial strain

    by Ophelie Quillier0

  • Tsunamis are a natural disaster with devastating effects. Here you'll find a detailed breakdown of what causes a tsunami, which is perfect for school projects and essay answers.

    What Causes a Tsunami?

    What Causes a Tsunami?

    by Rickrideshorses253

  • The longhorned tick is native to East Asia and has been introduced to the United States. In some parts of the world, it transmits microbes that cause disease in humans. Its population is increasing in the U.S. It hasn't caused health problems in the country yet but is being monitored carefully.

    The Invasive Longhorned Tick and Its Potential Health Effects

    The Invasive Longhorned Tick and Its Potential Health Effects

    by Linda Crampton40

  • Is it possible to travel through time? Perhaps it will be in the future, but a lot of technological hurdles must be overcome before time travel can become a real possibility.

    Is Time Travel Possible?

    Is Time Travel Possible?

    by Melvin Porter51

  • Our world is filled a multitude of geologic hazards that can cause extensive property damage and even loss of human life. Mass wasting is one of those hazards that can be avoided or mitigated if you are prepared. Learn about the different types of mass wasting and what causes them.

    Geologic Hazards: What You Need to Know About Mass Wasting

    Geologic Hazards: What You Need to Know About Mass Wasting

    by CWanamaker3

  • Scolopendra cingulata is the name of a particularly dangerous centipede that lives in Europe, around the Mediterranean basin. Be very wary if you spot one, because they can bite and leave a nasty reaction.

    Scolopendra Cingulata—the Centipede That Can Bite

    Scolopendra Cingulata—the Centipede That Can Bite

    by IzzyM24

  • The only naturally occurring poisonous spider in Maryland is the Black Widow spider. Learn how to identify several other spider species, their habitats, behaviors, and what you can do to deter them.

    How to Identify Maryland Spiders

    How to Identify Maryland Spiders

    by Thomas Byers7

  • Take a closer look at microscopy! Learn the differences between an electron and light microscope, know your resolution from your magnificaiton and learn how to correctly use a microscope.

    Types of Microscopy

    Types of Microscopy

    by Rhys Baker0

  • Everyone know about the physical differences between mean and women. But why are they different anatomically? The answer lies just below our skin in our blood and other cells in the body.

    Biological Differences Between Men and Women

    Biological Differences Between Men and Women

    by Melvin Porter8

  • The Jerusalem cricket is an interesting insect with bizarre looks that can be pretty frightening, but as long as you don't provoke them unnecessarily, they won't bite - and they aren't poisonous.

    The Jerusalem Cricket: It's Really Just a Potato Bug

    The Jerusalem Cricket: It's Really Just a Potato Bug

    by Mike and Dorothy McKenney7

  • When we think of meat-eating plants, The Little Shop of Horrors often comes to mind, but there are many different carnivourous plants. Some "swallow", like Audrey II, others function differently.

    Carnivorous Plants: Insect Eating Plants

    Carnivorous Plants: Insect Eating Plants

    by Angela Michelle Schultz13

  • There are supposedly dozens if not hundreds of poisonous herbs that grow around the world. Doctors and pharmaceutical companies warn us about these herbs..yet some of these herbs are used in our meds.

    4 "Poisonous" Herbs Used in Western Medicine

    4 "Poisonous" Herbs Used in Western Medicine

    by Kitty Fields20

  • Honey bees are very smart despite having tiny brains. They can learn; they have good memories, and they can communicate using a unique symbolic language.

    How Smart Are Honey Bees?

    How Smart Are Honey Bees?

    by Catherine Giordano27

  • This article answer the questions: "What is Physics?" and "What are the branches of Physics?" Learn about what physics is and its many different branches.

    Physics: Definition and Branches

    Physics: Definition and Branches

    by Muhammad Rafiq159

  • Have you ever discovered a snake in the wilds of Indiana and wanted to be able to identify it? Use this dichotomous key, which includes the most common physical characteristics of adult snakes.

    How to Identify the Snakes of Indiana

    How to Identify the Snakes of Indiana

    by ChristopherJRex1

  • Most people confuse bees, wasps, and hornets, but there are several significant differences between the three. This article was written to educate you about those differences.

    Hornets, Bees and Wasps:  Which Is Which?

    Hornets, Bees and Wasps: Which Is Which?

    by Mike and Dorothy McKenney5

  • Where are the world's supervolcanoes? The Western United States, Italy, New Zealand, and Asia all contain volcanoes capable of catastrophic eruptions.

    Supervolcanoes Around the World

    Supervolcanoes Around the World

    by Leah Lefler66

  • The great horned owl is an avian apex predator. Possibly this bird is the finest predator to have ever lived.

    The Great Horned Owl

    The Great Horned Owl

    by Wesman Todd Shaw28

  • Parasites are everywhere. They live on your skin, in your hair and even inside you! Some are harmless, many are necessary for health, and a few are DEADLY. Let's find out more about crazy PARASITES...

    Top Ten Interesting and Fun Facts About Parasites

    Top Ten Interesting and Fun Facts About Parasites

    by Amanda Littlejohn28

  • Russia's domesticated silver fox experiment gives genetic clues to the process of animal domestication. Wild foxes from fur farms have been domesticated and made available for the pet trade.

    How the Silver Fox Was Domesticated

    How the Silver Fox Was Domesticated

    by Leah Lefler19

  • Fishing cats are wild animals that feed primarily on fish and are at ease in water. Unfortunately, their population is in trouble due to habitat destruction.

    The Fishing Cat:  A Threatened Animal of Asia

    The Fishing Cat: A Threatened Animal of Asia

    by Linda Crampton117

  • Researchers have found that people with osteoarthritis seem to have a lower than normal level of FOXO proteins in their damaged joints. Increasing the protein level might help to treat the disease.

    FOXO Proteins in Joint Health and Osteoarthritis

    FOXO Proteins in Joint Health and Osteoarthritis

    by Linda Crampton28

  • My attempt to satisfy the question 'Can Life Exist in the Sirius Star System'. I hope you find it educational and enjoyable as I did doing the research

    Can the Sirius Star System Support Life?

    Can the Sirius Star System Support Life?

    by Robin Olsen31

  • This article suggests a list of the thirteen greatest airplanes of all time, emphasizing the importance of each during its time and place in world history.

    13 Best Airplanes of All Time

    13 Best Airplanes of All Time

    by Kelley Marks40

  • The tallest and longest mountain ranges, with pictures. The world's tallest mountains are in central Asia; the world's longest ranges are on other continents. Geology of mountain ranges.

    Top 10 Mountain Ranges in the World

    Top 10 Mountain Ranges in the World

    by spliffic0929

  • An illustrated guide to some of the best-smelling flowers in the Hawaiian Islands. Includes colorful pictures and resource links.

    Fragrant Flowers of Hawaii

    Fragrant Flowers of Hawaii

    by TattooKitty11

  • The astrolabe has been used by mariner's for centuries. Although its use has largely fallen by the wayside due the development of more sophisticated instruments such as telescopes and GPS, it is still an instrument worthy of study. Build your own simple astrolabe to determine your latitude as did the ancient sailors or use it in conjunction with trigonometry to determine the height of a very tall object!

    The Astrolabe: How to Make One and Understanding Its Use

    The Astrolabe: How to Make One and Understanding Its Use

    by Teresa Coppens17

  • A genealogy timeline can help you organise your family history and open up new lines of enquiry. Learn how to create a genealogy timeline to uncover more of your family history.

    How to Make a Genealogy Time Line

    How to Make a Genealogy Time Line

    by Judi Brown34

  • A redox reaction is a reaction that involves both oxidation (the loss of electrons) and reduction (the gain of electrons). In order to identify whether a reaction is redox or not, you can write separate half equations that show how electrons are...

    AS Chemistry - Redox Reactions and Group 2 Elements

    AS Chemistry - Redox Reactions and Group 2 Elements

    by Anthropophobia6

  • Often thought of as impenetrably difficult and complex, Physics explains the inner workings of the Universe...and your wireless network...and boomerangs...and electricity. This hub looks at ten of the best questions asked of me this year.

    Top Ten Physics Questions and Answers

    Top Ten Physics Questions and Answers

    by Rhys Baker23

  • If you see yellow garden spiders in the landscape, don't squash them! Be thankful. Argiope aurantia are large, bright & beautiful beneficial predators. They are also a sign of healthy garden ecology.

    The Yellow Garden Spider

    The Yellow Garden Spider

    by Jill Spencer51

  • Its hard to find a simple answer to the question, How long do ants live? It could depend on caste, habitat, diet, and a lot of other factors that differ from one species to another. Ants have been around for at least 100 million years, and to this day there are at least 12,000 different ant species.

    How Long Do Ants Live?

    How Long Do Ants Live?

    by Cool Rare Animals1

  • The lamprey is a frightening eel-like parasite, but could they really attack humans? Here's a look at this monster of nightmares.

    Do Lampreys Attack Humans?

    Do Lampreys Attack Humans?

    by cryptid25

  • Whether you enjoy hosting fun parties or want a creative way to make your science presentation come to life, here are easy instructions to bake a scrumptious, scientifically-accurate animal cell cake.

    How to Make an Animal Cell Cake

    How to Make an Animal Cell Cake

    by wildsimplicity61

  • Simple question, but no simple answer. The easternmost point in the US is up for debate. The location of the first sunrise in the US depends on the season. While West Quoddy Head is the easternmost point in the continental US, it only sees the first sunrise 34 days a year. Cadillac Mountain on Mound Desert Island sees it first in the winter. Mars Hill Mountain sees it first in the summer. Mount Katahdin, the highest point in Maine, never sees it first.

    Easternmost Point in the Continental US or First to See the Sun Rise, Are They the Same Place?

    Easternmost Point in the Continental US or First to See the Sun Rise, Are They the Same Place?

    by bankscottage6

  • 65 million years ago, a massive asteroid crashed into the Earth. It wiped out 70 per cent of all life, including the most successful, the dinosaurs. But what if the asteroid had missed? What would the world be like today, if the dinosaurs had survived...

    What If The Dinosaurs Had Never Died Out?

    What If The Dinosaurs Had Never Died Out?

    by James Kenny74

  • The reactions of matter whether occurring in natural processes or in the laboratories can be interpreted using another language of chemistry – the equation. A chemical reaction transforms one or more substances into a set of different substances. The substances that enter into a chemical reaction are called reactants and the substances formed are the products.

    Chemical Reactions and Chemical Equations

    Chemical Reactions and Chemical Equations

    by Liwayway Memije-Cruz78

  • There are many extinct animals that once lived in the rainforest, and many more that are endangered. We, who have the best capability of protecting these animals, should take actions to preserve life.

    Extinct Animals of the Rainforest

    Extinct Animals of the Rainforest

    by Angela Michelle Schultz27

  • A growth or a culture medium is composed of different nutrients that are essential for microbial growth—here are some that are used in microbiological laboratories.

    Types of Culture Media

    Types of Culture Media

    by hassam171

  • Roses are beautiful and often fragrant flowers that have inspired gardeners for many years. They produce a useful oil and tasty fruits called rose hips. The flowers have many symbolic meanings.

    Roses: Flower Facts, Photos, and Symbolic Meanings

    Roses: Flower Facts, Photos, and Symbolic Meanings

    by Linda Crampton18

  • Buchholz relay is a type of protection relay universally used on all oil immersed transformers having rating more than 500 kVA. From this article its principle and working can be understood.

    What Is a Buchholz Relay and How Does It Work?

    What Is a Buchholz Relay and How Does It Work?

    by OSBERT JOEL C43

  • Electrolysis is the process in which a chemical reaction is started with electricity (Andersen). This is usually done with liquids and especially with ions dissolved in water. Electrolysis is used widely in today's industry and is a part of the...

    Electrolysis: The Way of the Future

    Electrolysis: The Way of the Future

    by Tinmar3

  • To work out a fraction of a number all you need to do is divide the number by the denominator of the fraction and multiply this answer by the numerator. Example 1 Work out 3/8 of 48. First of all divide 48 by the denominator: 48 ÷ 8 =...

    Math Help: How to Work Out a Fraction of a Number

    Math Help: How to Work Out a Fraction of a Number

    by Mark2

  • Scores of people tinker in basements and garages trying to make the next big thing; sadly a lot of the effort only produces strange inventions that nobody needs.

    Weird and Wacky Inventions

    Weird and Wacky Inventions

    by Rupert Taylor3

  • Lithium is never found in its pure state in nature because of its highly reactive nature. It can be found as a component of minerals and salts present in rocks, springs and in brine water of the oceans. Read on to know more about Lithium.

    Facts About Lithium - Properties and Uses

    Facts About Lithium - Properties and Uses

    by Nithya Venkat17

  • This article aims to answer some tricky chemistry questions I have come across in my experience as a high school teacher: What is an acid? How do fireworks change color? How do glow sticks work?

    Top Ten Chemistry Questions and Answers

    Top Ten Chemistry Questions and Answers

    by Rhys Baker26

  • The rapid development of land for use by humans all over Asia poses a serious threat to many animal species, and many Asian governments do too little too late to protect their own environments.

    List of Top 10 Endangered Animal Species in Asia

    List of Top 10 Endangered Animal Species in Asia

    by Edweirdo13

  • The bunya pine produces huge and often very heavy cones. Its large seeds are both edible and tasty. The tree has a strange appearance and some unusual features.

    The Bunya Pine: A Strange and Useful Tree

    The Bunya Pine: A Strange and Useful Tree

    by Linda Crampton104

  • The notorious Ring of Fire, which runs all the way from New Zealand to Chile by way of the Aleutian Islands, is home to many of the most potentially destructive volcanoes on the planet.

    12 Dangerous Volcanoes Along the Ring of Fire

    12 Dangerous Volcanoes Along the Ring of Fire

    by Harry Nielsen2

  • A look at the diversity of Arizona's Coconino National Forest and some of the wildlife that makes its home there, in the northern part of the state, including the San Francisco Peaks near Flagstaff

    Wildlife of the Coconino National Forest

    Wildlife of the Coconino National Forest

    by Deb Kingsbury45

  • Electrical fuse is a simple, less resistive, self sacrificial and cheapest device used to interrupt a circuit under short circuit, excessive overload or over current conditions.

    Electric Fuse

    Electric Fuse

    by OSBERT JOEL C4

  • The marginal rate of technical substitution of Labor (L) for Capital (K) is the slope of an isoquant multiplied by -1. Since the slope of an isoquant is moving down, the isoquant is given by –ΔK/ΔL...

    Marginal Rate of Technical Substitution

    Marginal Rate of Technical Substitution

    by Sundaram Ponnusamy1

  • Mark Lynas's "Six Degrees" is a modern classic, outlining potential effects of various levels of global warming. It's summarized, evaluated, and updated here, with links to 7 supplementary Hubs.

    Mark Lynas's "Six Degrees":  A Summary Review

    Mark Lynas's "Six Degrees": A Summary Review

    by Doc Snow10

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