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  • 3 8 To 2 5 Billion Years
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    Mass Extinction in the Precambrian As the decades pass, technological advances have enabled researchers, entrepenures and pondering minds the ability to discover more and more about every aspect of our very existence. Over the past three decades the evolutionary tree of life has been expanded at least seven times over. Major advances have been made in the area of evolution to open the eyes of many to the extensive history of the earth. For the very first time, we have tangible knowledge that lif...
  • Masses As A Threat To Other Elites
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    The first recurring theme I found throughout the article was the reason for UFO beliefs. In the middle of this century, we had extreme fear of world destruction due to the Cold War and nuclear threat. Coincidentally, this is about the same time "contactees" started reporting encounters with extraterrestrial beings who brought with them a warming for humanity of eminent worldly destruction due to their weapons of mass catastrophe. To them here is man creates these beliefs in order to respond to t...
  • Speed Of Light And Time
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    T I M E"Time, what time is it? Is it time for class already? No, we still have some time". It is time that we have totally forgotten about, and have taken it for granted for so long. But does time really exist? Does the 24 Hours of the day mean anything? Or does 12 months? Time means different things to different people. According to "COLLINS COBUILD Learner's Dictionary" ( (c) Harper Collins Publishers Ltd. 1996) time is defined as 'the measurement we measure in minutes, hours, days, and years....
  • Meteor To Veer Off Course Of Earth
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    Might the World End Soon: How Real is The Danger of a Major Meteor Strike on Earth? "With zillions and zillions of meteors hurtling around in our solar system, there's always a chance that one could hit Earth at any moment. But what would be the consequences and how would the Earth be affected if one does happen to hit? If an object from space hit the sea, a huge tidal wave would be formed, hundreds of meters high, which would leave most of the world under water for a period of time, destroying ...
  • Ashes Of The Beltane Fires
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    Beltane Essay Beltane is the last of the three spring fertility festivals. Beltane is the second principal Celtic festival (the other being Samhain). Celebrated approximately halfway between spring equinox and the midsummer (Summer Solstice). Beltane traditionally marked the arrival if summer in ancient times. At Beltane the Pleiades star cluster rises just before sunrise on the morning horizon. The Pleiades is a cluster of seven closely placed stars, the seven sisters, in the constellation of T...
  • Shoemaker Levy 9 Collide With Jupiter
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    Shoemaker - Levy 9 Over 200 million Megatons of dynamite collide with Jupiter. In July 1994 Shoemaker - Levy 9 collided with Jupiter. What is Shoemaker - Levy 9, and how was it discovered? What is Jupiter, and why did Shoemaker - Levy 9 collide with it? Can an event like this happen to Earth? I will answer these questions in this report. But let me start by telling you what Shoemaker - Levy 9 is. Shoemaker - Levy 9 is a comet, a small irregular mass made up of rocks and frozen gasses. Comets fol...
  • San Andreas Fault Zone
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    Introduction The San Andreas Fault is a geologic fault zone between two tectonic plates that runs from San Francisco south to San Diego in California. It is an area of frequent earthquakes caused by the plates sliding past each other. It is so called because it runs along the San Andreas Valley. The San Andreas fault was brought dramatically to world attention in 1906 when sudden displacement along the fault produced the great San Francisco earthquake and fire. This earthquake was but one of man...
  • Journey To The Center Of The Earth
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    The idea of writing this story came from a scientist who explored the crater of a certain mountain. Verne got the idea that maybe it would be possible to descend even further into the earth. Many of Verne's "fantasy" stories have come true in the years following his death in the year 1905. A Journey to the Center of the Earth is farthest from reality. Even with the technology we have today, it would be impossible for one to descend into the earth. For one thing, we know now that the earth can't ...

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