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There is a fact that our planet is protected and supported by the tree all over the world. With the recent uncontrolled forest exploiting, some people think that this possibly leads to the end of the earth. In my point of view in this essay, if people keep destroying this green natural resource, they will soon face many serious consequences such as global warming, disaster, or even extinction.  Firstly, it's knowledgeable that people now have to suffer the climate change resulted by greenhouse...

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EARTH the planet on which we live land as opposed to the sea, the air, etc. the material in which plants grow the inhabitants of this planet, especially the human inhabitants: The planet on which we live; the world: “the diversity of life on earth”. The earth is the third planet from the sun in the solar system, orbiting between Venus and Mars at an average distance of 90 million miles (149.6 million km) from the sun, and has one natural satellite, the moon. It has an equatorial diameter of 7,654...

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The Earth

cover 71% of our planet’s surface and make up 95% of all the space available to life. Life began in the oceans, and continues to thrive in its diverse habitats. With as many as 100 million species - from the largest animal that has ever lived on Earth, the blue whale, to the tiniest bacteria - marine biodiversity far outweighs that on land. And new species are being discovered all the time. The oceans also have a huge influence on us landlubbers. They produce 70% of our oxygen, absorb heat and...

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Respect the Earth

There is one thing people of Earth have in common. They are all born, raised, and live their entire lives on planet Earth. They breathe oxygenated air made from the Earth’s trees, eat food grown in the soil, and drink pure water from Mother Nature’s springs. Yet, most humans do not make the connection that their very survival depends upon a healthy, thriving planet. Many treat the earth like the gum on the bottom of their shoes. Where is the respect for our one and only Earth, who has lovingly given all...

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Earth Systems

changes contribute a lot to human life as we know it. There should be a balance in order for most living things to survive. A stable environment is the key to survival. Through-out many years, things Earths systems have been changing drastically. The outcomes of change can be good or bad. The Earth is warming faster than ever before, and humans are to blame. Ever since the industrial revolution, (which began during the mid-1800s) humans had affected the Earth’s atmosphere drastically. We have quickly...

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Planet Earth

ENGLISH CLASS 2013 PLANET EARTH OUR PLANET TEACHER ERICKA SANTIESTEBAN COLEGIO LA ROCA Earth is the third planet from the Sun, and the densest and fifth-largest of the eight planets in the Solar System. It is also the largest of the Solar System's four terrestrial planets. It is sometimes referred to as the world, the Blue Planet, or by its Latin name, Terra. Earth formed approximately 4.54 billion years ago, and life appeared on its surface within one billion years. Earth's biosphere then...

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Earth with No Moon

Earth with No Moon A world with no moon would be much different without the Moon. Without the moon, Earth would be greatly different. The length of the day would be different, the origins of life on Earth would be slowed, and the biological evolution of life on Earth would vary greatly. But there would still be life on Earth, and many things on Earth would remain the same. Lunar tides are perhaps the most obvious effect of the Moon on Earth. The Earth without the moon would have a day that...

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Earths Rotation

Earth’s Rotation Earth's rotation is the rotation of the solid Earth around its own axis. The Earth rotates from the west towards the east. As viewed from the North Star or polestar Polaris, the Earth turns counter-clockwise. The North Pole, also known as the Geographic North Pole or Terrestrial North Pole, is the point in the Northern Hemisphere where the Earth's axis of rotation meets its surface. This point is distinct from the Earth's North Magnetic Pole. The South Pole is the other point where...

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The creation of the earth

Creation of the Earth from the Yuchi people and The Iroquois Creation Story from the Iroquois people show slightly different worldviews, yet both stories opinion of creation have the element of earth being built, created, as their titles each allude to. These stories worldviews are more alike than not because they each build from the view that earth’s creations come from a higher being or savior. The savior in each story consciously altered what already naturally existed of earth at that time. This...

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The Magnificent Earth

Magnificent Earth In the solar system, the earth, was made to work properly, and in addition, to have the ability to allow humans to inhabit on it. Being the only planet that humans are able to live on, God have designed and made the magnificent earth genuinely. First, there's the protected atmosphere that's poisonous in every way, but gratefully placed up in the sky, ten miles above the surface, made from the significant element— oxygen, lacking elsewhere in the solar system. Secondly, the earth is tilted...

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