Scientists have studied and debated over it’s various characters. Since these animals are extinct and can be studied only by their fossil records, a lot of speculations have risen about their traits, one such area is the question about their mechanism of thermoregulation – whether dinosaurs were cold or warm blooded animals.
Have you ever thought that why did the dinosaurs go extinct. Have you ever thought who made the dinosaurs go extinct. First it was not us humans. Well let 's say because a meteor some say from hunting. But for real, no one knows.
Over the past few decades the ideas of aliens has morphed into a craze, that one has to ask themselves, “what is an alien?” With “aliens” being in Hollywood movies and roller coaster rides, what do we actually consider to be aliens? Is it a life form that doesn’t live on earth or is it a “little green man”(dictionary.com). The media has totally changed the perspective of what foreign life forms are. Making them almost unbelievable. The term alien no longer has the mystery and excitement and possibility behind it, rather it has become a more colloquial term in regards to disbelieve.
The more scientists find out about a comets structure and operation the better we have to greet the comet and send it elsewhere. Future missions like the Rosetta will be needed, this mission helped answer many questions about how comets work but there is still many more to be answered. All the information gathered from the rosetta mission such as its composition, density, and behavior suggest new ideas that we need to re-write about comets. Our understanding after the completion of the rosetta mission of comets and the formation of earth and other planets will never be the same thanks to the Rosetta and its philae. In conclusion The history, current perceptions, and future implications of the Rosetta Mission study has helped the scientific understanding of how Rosetta will unlock the mysteries of how the Solar System evolved.
Dinosaurs roamed the Earth for millions of years, growing and adapting to their environment, but when God saw them as a threat, he annihilated an entire race that merely acted upon their instincts and biology, and yet when humans cause similar destruction, God remains silent. “The Fury of Aerial Bombardment” by Richard Eberhart is a nonfiction poem about Eberhart’s sentiments concerning World War II (WWII), and how his belief in the Judeo-Christian God wanes as blood continues to shed in battle. The United States of America (U.S.) joined WWII in 1941, and had over 400,000 military and civilian casualties and 16 million American soldiers; Richard Eberhart included. As a Lieutenant Commander in the U.S. Naval Reserve, Eberhart trained hundreds of cadets and lost many as well in the fruit of battle.
As in the case with many novels and their film adaptions, Michael Crichton’s 1990 novel version of the original Jurassic Park story differs greatly from that of its 1993 film variation. One such disparity that can be noted between the two is the beginning of both adaptions. The beginning of the novel version deals with the enigmatic migration of packs of small carnivorous dinosaurs to the Costa Rican mainland, where they cause havoc in the form of attacking people and their domestic animals throughout the heavily-forested countryside and Dr. Grant and Sattler are dispatched to investigate these occurrences (only to find out that what they are dealing with are dinosaurs), whereas the beginning of the film adaption deals with the transport of
Fossil trading should not be allowed by governments all over the world because illegal dealers are not careful when digging out bones and fossils, fossil trading will lose years of scientific studies and people will not get to enjoy them as much, and it can result in a lot of trouble and/or embarrassment for private collectors or businesses. First of all, illegal dealers do not care about the professional process of digging up fossils and take the bones as quick as possible without caring about the damage they may be causing. Most of the time they rip the bones and create dents on the thousand year old fossil (article 2 paragraph 7). In addition, when bones and other fossils are removed from the area without care it can damage the sites’ stratigraphy (article 1 paragraph 3).
The first question that is posed in 2001: A Space Odyssey is that of creationism versus evolution, starting with the moment where the man apes first come into contact with the monolith. According to the narrator, when they approached it and set the process in motion, “[t]hey could never guess that their minds were being probed, their bodies mapped, their reactions studied, their potentials evaluated” (Clarke 3) by an unseen species of extraterrestrials. Technically, when these alien creatures first came across the planet Earth, the apes seemed to have been a naturally evolved species that they felt deserved a push into the right direction. By allowing Moon-Watcher and the others access to their powerful technology, they physiologically changed the apes into a different species – one that later became human. Now, the concept of evolution is undeniable in the novel, as the apes had not come out of nowhere and had formed a primitive society.
And it is also because the primary cause of extinction is the human kind that is abusing the nature. Causes of extinction, there is no single factor that causes extinction. Some of the species are gradually decreased because of their thousands of years existence is they are not competed with the other species. And the most common cause of extinction is the degradation and the loss of habitat. In New Zealand the most common threat is the introduction of alien animals to their environment.
Sure, we have the basic outline of what’s within the milky way, but there is a whole galaxy of possibilities out there we have yet to grasp. We are no longer limited to only exploring our planet, gone are the days of discovering new landmasses and being the first to climb the highest mountains. Now is the time for humanity to reach higher heights and aim beyond our own planet. Space exploration is very expensive, but many people think that these costs are worth it to be able to explore what’s out there, sending robots into outer space and receiving extraordinary images of things light years away that we would never be able to picture without advancements in our space program is what many people would consider, well worth the money. One way or another, someday the planet we all know, and love today will eventually be destroyed, consequently causing humanity to perish with it.