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    “The Allegory of Earth” is a mythological-based portrayal of the bounty and the vastness of the earth and how it is the only element which all kinds of figures take part of. The earth relies on the gods and the creatures of the earth to provide the bounty for them to thrive, but they must work the land and give partly to the Gods to have a harmonious and bounteous earth; however, the element of earth is what freely and willingly allows that cycle to occur. “The Allegory of Earth” is not meant to

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    Comparing Earth And Venus

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    Kelsey Irwin Mr. Corso Astronomy period 5 16 January 2018 Venus The Earth and Venus only have a difference in diameter of six hundred thirty eight kilometer. Venus has eighty one and a half percent of the Earth’s mass. Both Earth and Venus also have a central iron core, a molten rocky mantle and a silicate crust (Venus Facts - Interesting Facts about Planet Venus). “Venus is such a special planet because it is known as Earth’s twin. They both share a similar planet size, they both have a surface

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    The Flat Earth Theory

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    Public school teachings and scientific research have led society to believe that the Earth is spherical. As a result, most of society acknowledges this and blindly accepts the concept of global Earth rotating around the sun; although, the vast majority of the human population would not claim to have personally seen the world from beyond its borders. What most ordinary people have done, however, is explore the Earth empirically. Being empirical is defined as basing viewpoints, not on theory, but on

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    The Hollow Earth Theory

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    The hollow earth theory or ‘hohlwelttheorie’ as it is called in German, is the idea that the Earth is not a solid mass, but rather an entirely hollow sphere that within contains a substantial interior space. The idea goes back to ancient mythology, folklore, and legends of a subterranean land inside the Earth, from which places of origin and the afterlife were thought to be located, such as the Christian hell described by Dante, the Greek underworld, the Hindu ‘Patala’, the Celtic ‘Cruachan’ just

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    Equator- 0˚ on the latitude scale, the hottest point on earth The equator is the hottest point on earth because it gets the most direct sunlight. The equator is 0˚ latitude on grids on maps, and divides the north and south hemispheres. The equator passes through Ecuador, Columbia, Indonesia, and a lot more. The reason the equator is the hottest point on earth is because earth is a sphere. The equator is always closest to the sun, giving it the most direct sunlight, making it the hottest.

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    American myths and the Christian Bible both offer stories about how the world began.. In “The Earth on Turtle’s Back” and Genesis 1, both tales have similar values and ideas. These two stories compare in that both tell the importance of water, the fact that Earth came out of the water, and the existence of supreme beings; in contrast, each story has a unique idea of how the world came into being. “The Earth on Turtle’s Back,” a story from the Onondaga tribe, an original Native American group, is a

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    Amy Wanguba Mrs. Loewer Biology 18, March, 2018 Young Earth Creationism Creationism is the religious belief which claims that every little and big thing in the universe emerged and developed from distinct acts of divine creation, not by a natural process like evolution. Creationists believe that the duration for all the organisms in the world to be created was 6, 24 hour long days. They believe all life and the universe was created by a deity of higher power, in this case God. Creationism

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    Satire In Happy Earth Day

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    Happy Earth Day Introduction The use of graphic satire to create illustrations that communicate a certain message to its audience has been part of the America culture since the newspaper inception. Political illustrations use humor or satire to depict social issues that the artist believes his audience needs to pay attention to but without understanding the hidden symbolism behind the work then the message loses meaning. The earth is the only home to over a billion human beings and other living creatures

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    Rare Earth Research Paper

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    Rare earth elements (REEs) are a group of 15 chemical elements in the periodic table, specifically the lanthanides. The lanthanides are elements spanning atomic numbers 57(lanthanum, La) to 71 (lutetium, Lu). From them only promethium (Pm) does not occur naturally in the Earth’s crust. Two other elements, scandium and yttrium, have similar physicochemical properties to the lanthanides, are commonly found in the same mineral assemblages, and are often referred to as REEs. The term rare earth is a

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    The Flat Earth Society The Earth, the planet that we humans call home. We are the third planet in our solar system that rotates around the sun every three-hundred and sixty-five days. This is commonly accepted fact by almost all societies. Well, all societies except for one. This last hold out is known as the Flat Earth Society, and they specifically prescribe to the belief that the Earth is flat and not round. They spread news around that NASA is lying to the public and spreading rumor around that

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    The initiation of a Snowball Earth, involves a cooling mechanism in which an increase in the Earth’s coverage of snow and ice occurs. As mentioned previously, an increase in ice and snow coverage would result in an increase in the reflected fraction of solar radiation known as albedo. Increase in albedo causes a positive feedback for cooling.. That means, if enough snow and ice accumulates, farther cooling would result accompanied with larger areas being covered with more and more ice, and so on

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    Oceans rising, temperatures vary, record level floods, historic droughts, tsunamis, and devastating hurricanes; BOOM! The Earth has gone wild. Scientific evidence suggests that these changes are due to climate change. Climate change is an alteration in the usual temperatures, and weather of a region. The signs that climate change affects our one and only earth clearly show up in the oceans and atmosphere. A place where climate change is most notable is in the sea levels. Over the past years sea

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    The hollow earth theory or ‘hohlwelttheorie’ as it is called in German, is the idea that the Earth is not a solid mass but rather an entirely hollow sphere that within contains a substantial interior space. The idea goes back to ancient mythology, folklore, and legends of a subterranean land inside the Earth, from which places of origin and afterlife were thought to be located, such as the Christian hell described by Dante, the Greek underworld, the Hindu ‘Patala’, the Celtic ‘Cruachan’ just to name

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    2. Literature Review 2.1 Theoretical Background 2.1.1 The Earth and its Atmosphere In the early twentieth century, a young German scientist named Alfred Wegener, His theory was motivated by the observation that the continents, particularly South America and Africa, seemed to be pieces of a global jig-saw puzzle that had somehow been pulled apart (Asrat, 2006). He reasoned that all land masses were once connected in a gigantic supercontinent he named "Pangaea". The northern part of Pangea is commonly

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    is the earth we live on? There are two points I will cover in this paper; Nebular Hypothesis, otherwise known as Old-Earth Secular View and Six Day Creation, also known as Young-Earth View. There is a lot of difference between these two views that I will discuss throughout this paper. Old-Earth Secular View The view I chose for the old-earth secular view is nebular hypothesis. Nebular Hypothesis is the most widely used theory of how the world became. Most scientists believe that the earth is 4.5

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    Young Earth Creationists Verses Old Earth Creationists In the following paragraphs I will state the differences and similarities of Young Earth Creationists and Old Earth Creationists. I will discuss in this paper for young earth creationists: a six literal days time telling, the seventh day of rest, and the age of earth according to Biblical genealogies. Also, I will discuss in this paper for old earth creationists: a six days creation for one year each day, the seventh day of rest still occurring

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    like mountains, large rocks, and canyons. You may think that since Mars’ soil is bright red, that the temperature would be boiling hot. Mars is the fourth planet from the sun, and approximately 142 million miles away. Mars is a sixth of the size of Earth, and has one third of the gravity. So anything on the planet seems much lighter. Mars also has a much thinner atmosphere. The planet being considered the “Red Planet”, gets the color from the massive amounts of iron in the soil. Mars is mainly contained

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    his commencement address, You Are Brilliant and the Earth Is Hiring. His message was filled with hope for the future since people are working together to build a better world for all. Hawken begins with, “Humanity is coalescing. It is reconstituting the world, and the action is taking place in schoolrooms, farms, jungles, villages, campuses, companies, refugee camps, deserts, fisheries, and slums (2009, p. 55).” The philosophy to make the Earth great again sparks at a young age with students in

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    If you have read the writing piece by Leonard Pitts, "Sometimes, the Earth Is Cruel" then you will understand why they think they are being treated cruelly and unfairly. The "bad guy" in this scenario would be, plainly, Earth and the victim would be Haiti. It mostly focuses on Haiti and what has happened throughout the recent years but it is actually talking about all the poor countries that can't catch a break. Countries like, but not limited to, Congo, Niger, Burundi, Mozambique, and so much more

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    The Genesis is describing God creating the world in six days and consecrates the seventh day as a day of rest, by each day God creating something new. Whereas Letters from the Earth written by Mark Twain is about The Creator creating the world on his own and presenting it to the rest of the lords. In many ways, the text written by Mark Twain has borrowed ideas from the Genesis. The similarity and difference can be displayed through the stylistic features of both texts that can distinctively present

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