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The history of civilization is around 7500 BCE old. The presence of life on earth is way older than that, the first traces of life on earth were found in 4.1 billion years ago. The first form of life may be a tiniest bacteria or any micro-organism. The earth function on a primary principle that is evolution which gave birth to plants, animals, social animals it evolved in billions of years to the present day. The earth has an eco-system which is based on evolution or what we say is reproduction. To understand that phenomenon let us take example of water cycle. The sunlight evaporates the water which then form into clouds and the become heavier and when reaches a spot the cloud burst into rain, snow, hailstorm. This all gives us rivers, lakes and we store the water for our need, this system goes on and on. Similarly, there are many other function that earth performs and the life thrives on this planet. This is called the nature of the earth.

So far The Earth is only known planet where life can exist. But with our deep efforts we are trying our best to disturb the balance of earth, by putting so much pressure on the earth’s eco system. Earth has this vital element which is called soil. The soil comprises of minerals, water, plants, air It has a process of decaying it absorbs the pollution we made on the ground. It provides us food, shelter, oxygen. But there is a limit to everything. We are spoiling the nature of earth.

As we know that 2018 is the hottest year, the data of past 36 months shows that the temperature has risen by 1.2C above pre-industrial levels. The second on the chart are year 2017 and 2016 respectively. The main cause of the temperature is CO2 emission. Earth’s oceans, forests and other ecosystems continue to soak up about half the carbon dioxide emitted into the atmosphere by human activities. The scientists analyzed 50 years of global carbon dioxide (CO2) measurements and found that the processes by which the planet’s oceans and ecosystems absorb the greenhouse gas are not yet at capacity. “Globally, these carbon dioxide ‘sinks’ have roughly kept pace with emissions from human activities, continuing to draw about half of the emitted CO2 back out of the atmosphere. However, we do not expect this to continue indefinitely. Obviously The nature of Earth also has its limitation. We have seen the results in the form of melting of arctic ice and the rise in sea level. The less amount of rains and the rise in temperatures. So it is a now or never. Either we act now or we die tomorrow killing the earth and the future on the planet.

Earth day is celebrated on 22nd April every year to reaffirm our commitment to The Earth & nature. We have already lost 60% our wildlife species in past 70 years and 70% of land is degraded i past 300 years for the sake of development and Human betterment.

Here is our Vlog of Earth Day.

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    As of 29 August 2018, a total of 3,823 confirmed exoplanets are listed in the Extrasolar Planets Encyclopaedia, including a few that were confirmations of …

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    Earth is the third planet from the Sun and the fifth largest. Earth is the only planet whose English name does not derive from Greek/Roman mythology. The name derives …

  • Lori  says:

    Many people assume that astronomers “see” exoplanets directly through their telescopes, perhaps akin to the Earth as a pale blue dot sitting alongside a distant star.

  • Bobby  says:

    The hottest temperature in the United States ever recorded most likely occurred in Death Valley, California during 43 consecutive days between July 6 and August 17, 1917.

  • Natasha  says:

    Carbon is the sixth most abundant element in nature and forms the basis for all of the organic molecules in all living organisms, including fats, proteins, carbohydrates and nucleic acids. Behind oxygen, carbon is the second most abundant element in the human body, accounting for 18 percent of body weight.

  • Charyna  says:

    The lithosphere is the solid, outer part of the Earth , including the brittle upper portion of the mantle and the crust. The lithosphere is the solid, outer part of the Earth , including the brittle upper portion of the mantle and the crust. … part of the Earth where life exists. brittle. Adjective. fragile or …

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    Using NASA’s Kepler Space Telescope, astronomers have discovered the first Earth -size planet orbiting a star in the

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    Earth’s hottest periods occurred before humans existed. … What’s the hottest Earth’s ever been? Author: … History of hot.

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    How Many Seas Are in the World … The number of oceans , … For that reason, the Earth is often said to have seven seas.

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    Contents Nature Conservation (Wildlife) Regulation 2006 Page 2 Division 4 Near threatened wildlife 26 Native wildlife that is near threatened wildlife …

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    Start studying Terrestrial Planets. Learn vocabulary, … Earth is the only terrestrial planet that has a moon/moons. … Which terrestrial planet is the largest ? A …

  • Kayla  says:

    The earliest known life forms on Earth are putative fossilized microorganisms found in hydrothermal vent precipitates. The earliest time that life forms first …

  • Matt  says:

    All things must pass. That includes life on Earth , which will surely be wiped out eventually. But how long does it have? The fossil record tells us that life on Earth …

  • Deborah  says:

    An exoplanet ( extrasolar planet ) is a planet outside the Solar System. As of 1 July 2019, there are 4,096 confirmed planets in 3,053 systems, …

  • Vanessa  says:

    For those of us confined to living on the surface, the fact that our world is mostly covered in water is a well known fact. … But how much of Earth is water …

  • Billy  says:

    No other planet has liquid water as far as we know.

  • Sarah  says:

    Earth , our home planet, is a world unlike any other. The third planet from the sun, Earth is the only place in the known universe confirmed to host life.

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    Earth and Venus’ orbit compared. Credit: Sky and Telescope. For Earth and Mars to be at their closest , both planets needs to be on the same side of the Sun, Mars …

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    The Sun is at an average distance of about 93,000,000 miles (150 million kilometers) away from Earth . It is so far away that light from the Sun , traveling at a speed of 186,000 miles (300,000 kilometers) per second, takes about 8 minutes to reach us.

  • Michelle  says:

    Until a couple years ago, Mars has always been the top candidate for a planet other than Earth where life might be found. What if Mars disappoints us? Are there other candidates in the solar system? The answer is yes, and the next-best shot at finding extra-terrestrial …

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    This means that every area of land on Earth is imaged at least once every 16 days. The satellite orbits at an altitude of 705 kilometers above the Earth in a near polar orbit (around the Earth from North Pole to South Pole). It is sun -synchronous which means that the satellite always passes the same point on Earth at the same local time.

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    With a growth in technology and modernization, pollution has excelled in which leads to human illness. There are several types of an environment which have seriously affected our life . Different Types of Pollution List and Their Causes, Effects And Prevention: The different types of pollutions have their distinct causes and effects to our …

  • April  says:

    An ecosystem is a collection of organisms and the local environment with which they interact. For the soil scientist studying microbiological processes, ecosystem boundaries may enclose a single soil horizon or a soil profile. When nutrient cycling or the effects of management practices on…

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    Google Earth is the most photorealistic, digital version of our planet . Where do the images come from? How are they they put together? And how often are they updated? In this video, learn about the pixels, planes, and people that create Google Earth’s 3D imagery.

  • Danielle  says:

    In 2011 NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) and based on observations from the Kepler Mission is that about 1.4% to 2.7% of all Sun- like stars are expected to have Earth -size planets within the habitable zones of their stars.

  • Jennifer  says:

    This timeline of the evolutionary history of life represents the current scientific theory outlining the major events during the development of life on planet Earth. In biology, evolution is any change across successive generations in the heritable characteristics of biological populations.

  • Stephanie  says:

    Geographers, for many years, divided the world ocean into four parts: the Atlantic, Pacific, Indian, and Arctic Oceans. In addition to these oceans, they also described many other smaller bodies of salt water including seas, bays, and estuaries.

  • Ann  says:

    Earth rotates once in about 24 hours with respect to the Sun, but once every 23 hours, 56 minutes, and 4 seconds with respect to other, distant, stars . Earth’s rotation is slowing slightly with time; thus, a day was shorter in the past. This is due to the tidal effects the Moon has on Earth’s rotation.

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    The lithosphere–asthenosphere boundary is usually referred to as LAB. The asthenosphere is almost solid, although some of its regions could be molten (e.g., below mid-ocean ridges). The lower boundary of the asthenosphere is not well defined. The thickness of …

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    Discover Venus with Culture’s Ways, the second planet from the Sun, orbiting it every 224.7 Earth days and having the longest rotation period (243 days).

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    Uranus was the first planet to be discovered using telescope . Sir William Herschel announced its discovery on March 13, 1781. Uranus is the Seventh planet from the sun and the 3rd largest planet in the solar system. Uranus had been observed on many occasions before its recognition as a planet , but it was generally mistaken for a star.

  • Samantha  says:

    The vast majority of the earth is solid (except for the liquid iron and nickel outer core). However the answer you may be looking for in this case is the lithosphere which is the brittle solid crust and upper mantle (as opposed to the ductile but solid portion of the …

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    Definition of mechanical lithosphere in the dictionary. Meaning of mechanical lithosphere . What does mechanical lithosphere mean ? Information and translations of mechanical lithosphere in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions resource on the web.

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    The key difference between biosphere and lithosphere is that the biosphere is a part of the crust and atmosphere that support living matter while the lithosphere is the solid shell of the Earth that includes the crust and part of the uppermost mantle.

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    During the time dinosaurs were present, oxygen levels were much higher than at present. [ See: The rise and fall of oxygen]. Levels varied from 10% to 35% O2 [ https …

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    One of the reasons Death Valley has the hottest temperature ever recorded is because it is approximately 190 ft below the sea level, and air warms as it gets lower. In addition to this, there is less than three inches of rain in the desert valley each year.

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    Carbon dioxide is also used widely as a coolant, a refrigerant, and an ingredient in the manufacture of frozen foods. In addition, carbon dioxide is sometimes used as a gaseous blanket to prevent substances from decaying. In rare circumstances, carbon dioxide can be a threat to life.

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    Which lists the terrestrial planets in order from smallest to largest?. Answer. Wiki User 03/30/2009

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    It used to be around 70 to 75% but with rising sea levels, it could have increased

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    How much of the Earth is covered by sea? Some scientists say we should call our planet ‘Water’ instead of ‘Earth’, since water covers about 71 percent of the planet’s surface. The area of the ocean surface is 1.40 x (10 to the power of 8) miles

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    A giant planet is a massive planet and has a thick atmosphere of hydrogen and helium. They may have a dense molten core of rocky elements, or the core may have completely dissolved and dispersed throughout the planet if the planet is hot enough. In

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    Compare sizes for the planets and sort them by order from the Sun or by size. Planets’ size, mass, and gravity. Number of moons, distance from the Sun and Earth, and composition.

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    Higher atmospheres are thinner and gradually move towards space. The air in the atmosphere also contains varying water vapor, but on average the water vapor content is about 1% at sea level and 0.4% above the entire atmosphere. The air content and atmospheric …

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    According to the World Meteorological Organization (WMO), the highest temperature ever recorded was 56.7

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    Typical rocks found in the mantle have more magnesium and iron than crustal rocks. Peridotite is the dominant rock of the upper mantle. Common minerals Minerals commonly found in the rocks include olivine, pyroxene and garnets. The crust has a variety of igneous, …

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    The Earth’s five oceans are the Pacific Ocean, the Atlantic Ocean, the Indian Ocean, the Southern Ocean and the Arctic Ocean. These five oceans make up over 70 percent of the Earth’s surface. The Pacific Ocean is the Earth’s largest ocean, taking up 28 percent of the Earth’s surface at 60 million square miles.

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    Obviously, our own sun is the closest star, but in night time astronomy, we’re usually int erested in the nearest star to E arth other than the sun. The nearest star to planet Earth is Proxima Centauri of the Alpha Centauri system. The two key measures of stellar distances are light years and parsecs.

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    He could walk upright as men now do.

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    About 71 percent of the Earth’s surface is water-covered, and the oceans hold about 96.5 percent of all Earth’s water. Water also exists in the air as water vapor, in rivers and lakes, in icecaps and glaciers, in the ground as soil moisture and in…

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    Are there 5 oceans? Are there 4 oceans? Or is there only 1 ocean? Water consumes 71% of Earth. Over time, the number of oceans have evolved from a single water body to something different. But it really depends where you are from if you recognize that there is a fifth ocean.

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    Dry Ice is the solid form of carbon dioxide. It is used primarily as a cooling agent. Its advantages include lower temperature than that of water ice and not leaving any residue (other than incidental frost from moisture in the atmosphere). It is useful for preserving frozen foods where mechanical cooling is …

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    There is a dynamic balance between life and climate The manner in which the earth sustains life is of vital importance on many levels. The conditions on Earth such as temperature, moisture, oxygen concentration, and sunlight, are what sustain life .

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    Because the composition of the rocks retrieved from the Moon by the Apollo missions is very similar to rocks from the Earth, it is thought that the Moon formed as a result of a collision between the young Earth and a Mars-sized body, sometimes called Theia, which accreted at a Lagrangian point 60

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    The Study Shows That the Fat is converted into Carbon Dioxide and Water, you breathe carbon dioxide and the water dissolves in your circulation until it is lost in urine or sweat. If you lose 10 pounds of fat, precisely 8.4 pounds comes out through your lungs and the remaining 1.6 pounds turns into water.

  • Meghan  says:

    Planet Earth has an abundance of water that makes it unique and perfect for life to exist.

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    The highest temperature recorded on Earth has been measured in three different major ways: air, ground, and through satellite. The former of the three is used as the standard measurement, and is noted by the World Meteorological Organization among others for the official record.

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    Ross 248 is about 10.3 light-years from Earth in the constellation Andromeda. It was also cataloged by Frank Elmore Ross. The star is actually moving so fast through space that in about 36,000 years, it will actually take over the title as the closest star to Earth (besides our Sun) for about 9,000 years.

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    Wetland Characteristics and Uses 11 How Spatial Analysis Can Benefit Wetlands and Reduce Poverty in Uganda WETLAND AREA PER CAPITA BY SUBCOUNTYMap 3 Sources: International boundaries (NIMA, 1997), district administrative boundaries (UBOS, 2006a), subcounty administrative boundaries (UBOS, 2002a), water

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    World’s most comprehensive interactive database of extrasolar planets updated daily since 1995. Main catalog page with extrasolar planet systems ( of which are …

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    Life history theory draws on an evolutionary foundation, and studies the effects of natural selection on organisms, both throughout their lifetime and across generations. It also uses measures of evolutionary fitness to determine if organisms are able to maximize or optimize this fitness, …

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    The outer planets are made up mostly of: GASES. Log in for more information. Added 5/27/2014 10:21:32 AM. This answer has been confirmed as correct and helpful. Confirmed by jeifunk [5/27/2014 10:23:00 AM] Comments. There are no comments. Add an answer or comment. Log in or sign up first.

  • Beth  says:

    Water temperature and water density are directly related. As the temperature of water increases or decreases, it will alter the density of water . This is a unique relationship in that unlike most materials, the density of pure water decreases approximately 9% when it freezes 29. This is why ice expands and floats on water .

  • Christine  says:

    The highest temperature recorded on Earth has been measured in three different major ways: air, ground, and through satellite. The former of the three is used as the standard measurement, and is noted by the World Meteorological Organization among others for the official record.

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    Because of science fiction. Until science fiction imagined the existence of silicon-based life, due in no small part to the proximity of silicon to carbon in possible oxidation states and on the periodic table, most life wasn’t called “carbon base…

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    Closet star to earth is Sun and second. It is 149.6 million km away from earth. Second is Alpha Centauri which is not a star, actuals it is a star system. Of the three stars, in this system, the dimmest – called Proxima Centauri – is actually the …

  • Jessie  says:

    The Living Planet: A Portrait of the Earth is a BBC nature documentary series written and presented by David Attenborough, first transmitted in the UK from 19 January 1984. The sequel to his pioneering Life on Earth, it is a study of the ways in which living organisms, including humans, adapt to …

  • Jessica  says:

    An additional pool is organic carbon remaining in permafrost but that is now submerged on shallow Arctic sea shelves that were formerly exposed as terrestrial ecosystems during the Last Glacial Maximum ~20,000 years ago (Walter et al. 2007) (subsea area not shown in Fig. 9.1 map).

  • Becky  says:

    There are several children’s songs and poems to help children remember their names. One is titled Continents and Oceans and is sung to the tune of Love and Marriage. There are two set to the tune of My Bonnie Lies Over the Ocean. One of these is Oceans, the other is I Can Name All of the Oceans. …

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    Earth Protect lets you find and share videos and films on environmental issues and solutions, and learn more about how you can get involved. The result will be people and their organizations worldwide becoming aware, informed and committed, as they are empowered to take action to protect the Earth and achieve a sustainable and healthy environment.

  • Debbie  says:

    Save Earth Essay 3 (200 words) Earth is the most precious thing in this universe having oxygen and water, essential things for life. The natural resources found on earth are deteriorating day by day because of various wrong practices of human beings.

  • Elizabeth  says:

    That depends on your perspective. The first known observation of an undiscovered planet through a telescope occurred on 28 December 1612, when Galileo Galilei observed Neptune in his telescope . He observed it again both nine and 30 days later, and…

  • Regina  says:

    70% of the Earth’s surface is covered with water, but that’s considerably different than the Earth being 70% water. The deepest part of the ocean is the bottom of the Marianas trench, at about 11 km deep. There is another 6366 km of rock under…

  • Megan  says:

    The Earth Similarity Index (ESI) is a proposed characterization of how similar a planetary-mass object or natural satellite is to Earth .It was designed to be a scale from zero to one, with Earth having a value of one; this is meant to simplify planet comparisons from large databases.

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