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61: The Mars Alive Documentary
... amount of carbon dioxide as well as sunlight. As of now, there is not enough carbon dioxide on Mars to warm the planet. The sunlight, needs to be captured and trapped by the well- known greenhouse effect. Using the greenhouse effect, warming Mars becomes a great possibility. NASA currently has many different opinions on whether or not life on Mars is possible. Just because the area is not warm enough now, and does not ...
62: Climatic Change and Its Effect on Society
Climatic Change and Its Effect on Society There has been a significant climatic change that has taken place throughout the years on Earth. These changes have effected society in more than one way. However, there is nothing society can do ... of climatic changes. Society has tended to address the short term effects of climatic changes that influence the global temperatures within the life span of present generations. The following will show how climatic changes does effect society, health, and economics. Society depends a lot on natural resources for various aspects. First of all, society depends largely on forests to supply trees which in turn supply wood for construction. Other resources include ... has in supplying lumber is decreasing, and the construction industry will face a slight drawback due to this. In this it is noticed that, with a drawback in the construction industry's output, will also effect the economy and society. The economy will effect society and the decrease in output means a decrease in jobs, which in effect hurts society. Contrary to the example of the forests in Canada, is ...
63: Oil Corporations: Who Are The Greenhouse Gangsters?
Oil Corporations: Who Are The Greenhouse Gangsters? The Greenhouse Gangsters are giant oil corporations that are playing a dangerous role in both the local pollution and global warming. The five companies that are accountable for 10% of all carbon emissions are Shell, Exxon-Mobil ... they are hoping to convince the public opinion toward believing that they are trying to work toward environmental protection and sustainable development. The WTO (World Trade Organization) and other corporate led organizations are helping the Greenhouse Gangsters increase their power at the risk of the climate and planet, simply for the sake of their financial intake and the growth of global power granted clearly on dependency. What Is Climate Justice? ...
64: Music and Its Effect On People
Music and Its Effect On People I think that music has quite an effect on people in today's society, but then again, I also think that today's society has a great effect on the way the music industry works. If no one likes a certain artist and no one buys their music, then obviously society has had an effect on the music business. It would be ...
65: Global Warming ------
The earth s climate is predicted to change because human actions are altering the chemical composition of the atmosphere through the increase of greenhouse gases, such as carbon dioxide, methane, and nitrous oxide. Global warming is a problem that everybody should be aware and concerned about. It affects you no matter how or where you live, it could cause mass destruction and chaos. Global warming is the rise in the earth s average temperature resulting from the increase in greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. Global warming poses serious dangers, like flooding, drought, famine and disease. Global warming occurs when the levels of greenhouse gasses rise and less infrared light, or heat, escapes the earth's atmosphere. Thus, the temperature experienced on Earth begins to rise. Climate change is a part of the Earth's history. There have ...
66: Pollution and Its Consequences
... SIP) for the federal Clean Air Act. Seven out of L.A.'s twelve refineries were in compliance with this rule, known as Rule 1142, and using vapor control systems by the time it took effect on Jan. 1, 1994. Five, however, failed to meet this deadline. These five companies, today consolidated into Unocal (now Tosco), Chevron, Ultramar, and GATX, convinced the SCAQMD to create an exception to Rule 1142 that ... permanently damage ocean environments, kill millions of animals and can lead to the loss of property and livelihoods. A trend that could single-handedly bring the world down is global warming. Also known as the greenhouse effect, gasses trap heat near the surface of the planet and prevent it from escaping into space. The main culprits are carbon dioxide by the burning of more fossil fuels such as oil, coal, and ...
67: "An Ecosystem's Disturbance by a Pollutant
... frequent pollutants in our ecosystem include: gases such as sulphur dioxide, elements such as mercury and arsenic, and even pollution by nutrients which is referred to as eutrophication. Each of these pollutants pose a different effect on the ecosystem at different doses. This varied effect is what is referred to as dose and duration. The amount of the pollutant administered over what period of time greatly affects the impact that the pollutant will have on an ecosystem and population. Pollutants ... significant number of individuals and spreads over to other individuals, such is the case when crop dusters spread herbicides, insecticides. Next we look at population damage by a pollutant, which in turn has a detrimental effect on the ecosystem in several ways. First, by the killing of an entire population by a pollutant, it offsets the food chain and potentially kills off other species that depended on that organism for ...
68: The Effect Of Temperture On Air Pressure
The Effect Of Temperture On Air Pressure DESCRIPTION: My project consists of a series experiments to determine the effect of air pressure in a given environment at various temperatures. The experiments I chose to conduct are: 1) Heat an ordinary pop can on a hot plate and then putting the can upside down in cold water to see the effect of a fast change in temperature. 2) Partially full milk jug with hot water, put the cap on tightly, and let it sit for one hour to see the effect of a slow change ...
69: The Effect of Third Party Candidates in Presidental Elections
The Effect of Third Party Candidates in Presidental Elections Although citizens of the United States have the opportunity to vote for many different offices at the national, state, and local levels, the election of the president of ... The votes that Wallace controlled could easily have reversed the outcome of the 1968 election if Humphery had been willing to assimilate Wallace's platform into his own. Thus third-party politics had a major effect on the 1968 election. H. Ross Perot became, in 1992, the second most successful independent candidate to run for the presidency. Although Perot received nineteen percent (19%) of the popular vote, (six percent more than ... time, his failure to define his position on other issues or to particularize his plans for cleaning up the economy lead to his downfall in the latter part of the campaign (Murr 71). The political effect of Ross Perot's involvement in the 1992 campaign was to force the major candidates to address the voters more directly and to make them state their positions on controversial issues. This, and Perot' ...
70: Communism East Europe
... give a brief introduction to communism. It will then discuss the various factors which combined to bring about the collapse of Communism in Eastern Europe. It will examine each of these factors and evaluate the effect of each. Finally it will attempt to assertain whether RogersΖ opinion (see above quotation) on Communism is true, that is, whether communism was truly doomed to fail from the start, or whether its collapse was ... Khrushchev was willing to barter, and eventually use force, to maintain Soviet control. Without this force and coercion, however, Hungary would have established its own brand of communist rule. Khrushchev could not risk the domino effect that this action would have had on the Eastern bloc. This societal opposition can, therefore, be taken to be another contributing factor in the downfall of communist rule in the Eastern bloc. If those in ... war communism under Lenin was that from 1914 the countryside was neglected and destroyed and in 1920 there was a severe drought. (20) In 1921 the New Economic Policy (NEP) was introduced. This was in effect a limited capitalism. Peasants were allowed to keep their surpluses after taxes were paid. Bonuses, extra rations and better housing were offered as incentives. Still there was widespread opposition to the communist policy with ...

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