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sink hole

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Pyroclastic Flow

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route 15 wrecked due to landslide

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Blizzard

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Strange but True
All of you out there in America, Australia and across the globe who have fought so hard to tackle the hideous enemy of our planet, namely carbon emissions, you know ....that bogus god you worship called "Climate Change" or "Global Warming”.
The current volcanic eruption going on in Iceland, since its first spewing of volcanic ash in past weeks, has, to this point, NEGATED EVERY SINGLE EFFORT you have made in the past five years to control CO2 emissions on our planet. It's very disheartening to realize that all of the carbon emission savings you have accomplished while suffering the inconvenience and expense of: driving $50,000 Prius hybrids, buying fabric grocery bags, using only two squares of toilet paper, selling your big four wheel drive and speedboat, replacing all of your $1 light bulbs with $10 light bulbs ...well, all of those things you have done have all gone down the drain in just the past few days.The volcanic ash emitted into the Earth's atmosphere in the past four days has totally erased every single effort you have made to reduce the evil beast, carbon. And, those hundreds of thousands of jobs you helped move to Asia with expensive emissions demands on businesses... you know, the ones that are creating even more emissions than when they were creating jobs, well I just know that seems worthwhile now. But hey, grab a Coke (Phosphoric Acid – Osteoporosis), give the world a hug and have a nice day! Or, if you really want to help, live an unhealthy life style die young and reduce the Planet’s population!This has been going on 4 Billion years. Long, long long, before mankind, combustion engines, or cattle herds were around to expel carbon dioxide or methane; nothing really new about Climate Change on Earth. It's been going on for Billions of years and it will be going on for billions of years after something has replaced species Homo sapiens.


















Week 2


The different types are:
  1. Cyclone
  2. Blizzard
  3. Landslide
  4. Avalanche
  5. Bush fires
  6. Volcanoes
  7. Title waves
  8. Tsunami
  9. Sink holes
  10. Mud slides
  11. Typhoons
  12. Floods
  13. Earth treamers
  14. Dust storm
  15. Metorshowers

Week 4

Q.1) What do we use to clarify disasters?
Earth scientists use fractals or forcasts to predict natural disasters other wise it remains a mystery.
Q.2) How are they measured?
Some disaters are measured on a ricta-scale E.G earthquaks. tsunami, volcanos.

WEEK 5
What are the layers of the structure?

First there is the Crust
Starting with the Oceanic Crust which is 5-10 kms.
Then is the Contintal Crust which is 35-70 kms.
Secondly there is the Mantle,
Starting with the Upper Mantle.
Then the Lower Mantle and together they are 2900kms deep.
Thirdly there is the core,
Starting with the Outer Core.
Then the Inner Core and together they are 3500kms deep.


What resources do we use from beneath the earth?


Nickle
Natural Gas
Iron
Oil
Minerals
Bore Water
Petroleum
Coal
Hydrogen
Hydrocarbon


Week 6
What are the different atmospheric layers above us?

The atmosphere is divided into 4 layers.
1st is the TROPOSPHERE. It’s the closest to earth at about 10-15kms above earth’s surface.
2nd is the STRATOSPHERE. It is directly above the TROPOSPHERE and is about 35kms deep. It’s also 15-20kms away from earth.
3rd is the MESOSPHERE. It is directly above the STRATOSPHERE and 50-80kms above earth’s surface. It also slows down meteors.

Last is the THERMOSPHERE. It is 80kms from earth and it leads into space.

What effect does the sun and moon have on the Earth?

The sun effects many things on earth. One of the main things the Sun does is warm our planet, including the atmoshhere and gives us weather.
Week 7


How can the solar system affect us?



It sends out meteor strikes. Some are massive like the one that wiped out the dinosaur species or the millions of little ones that are smaller than a speck of dust which are cast every day.



Week 8

How do humans affect nature?
How has human use of land caused problems?

They have great effect on the animal extinction because of global warming and garbage also digging up their habitat.