A is for Atom – Physics cartoon, 1953
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Run time 14:26 Producer Sutherland (John) Productions Sponsor General Electric Company Audio/Visual Sd, C Presents in lay terms what an atom is, how energy is released from certain kinds of atoms, the peace-time uses of atomic energy and the by-products … Read More

Prospective of short and medium term for abrupt climate changes
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(The Permian–Triassic extinction event, labelled “P-Tr” here, is the most significant extinction event in this plot for marine genera, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Extinction_intensity.svg) In the years 1980-1990, such risks imagined for the future were those related to the consequences of a major nuclear … Read More

Relations of spiritualism to science
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(A modern Ouija board plus planchette) Consistent with David Prado, with the rise of spiritualism, a component will feed his system of thought and practice. These are the “sciences”. At the time, the scientific world was strongly “fascinated” by “table-turnings”, … Read More

Scientific reasoning
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Pure formal type According to Immanuel Kant, formal logic is “science that sets out in detail and proves strictly, only the formal rules of all thought.” Mathematics and formal logic compose this type of reasoning. This class also relies on … Read More

Biogeography
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Biogeography is a geographic discipline that deals with geographical study of the biosphere, respectively distribution, description and explanation of vegetable and animal organisms on Earth’s surface and, in particular, ecological communities and habitats (ie ecosystems). It includes basic branches: phytogeographiy … Read More

Science
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Science (from Lat. scientia, knowledge) may refer to: Investigation and study of nature through observation and reasoning The sum of all knowledge gained from this research Mathematics, quantities studies and orders, are often called science, but the results of mathematical … Read More

Nature
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Nature, in the broadest sense, is equivalent to the material world, physical universe, material universe, or simply the universe, Mother Nature in popular terms; surrounding world phenomena, organic and inorganic world. “Nature” refers to all things and beings in the … Read More

Jungle
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A jungle is a large area of land of dense tropical vegetation. In Sanskrit jangala (जंगल) means uncultivated land. About 6% of the solid surface of the planet is cataloged as jungle. The natural habitat The largest jungle in the … Read More

Global dimming
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(This image on the Eastern China was acquired by the Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) onboard of Aqua satellite of NASA, October 16, 2002. The scene shows dozens of fires burning on the surface (red dots) and a thick smoke … Read More

Adaptation to global warming
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Adaptation to climate change or global warming refers to strategies, initiatives and measures individual or collective (companies, associations, communities, etc.) aimed, through appropriate measures, to reduce the vulnerability of natural and human systems against actual or expected effects of climate … Read More

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