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One Word For You: Plants By Gregory Gebhart
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I have one word for you: Plants. They will be the green, clean, affordable, and sustainable future source of energy and plastics. They will at the same time remove large amounts of Green House Gases... More > (GHG) from the Earth's atmosphere like carbon dioxide.< Less
Building Your Own Greenhouse By Max Clarke
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Can you picture youself biting into fresh, juicy tomatoes 365 days a year! Or, how about a crisp leafy salad from freshly picked vegetables in December, or June if you are "down... More > under!" Maybe you are someone who enjoys fresh cut flowers year around. Whatever your interest you need to realize that fresh fruits, vegetables and flowers year around are a real possibility. If you are an avid gardener and have always dreamed of taking your gardening to the next level, you really need to take a look at "The Complete Guide to Building Your Own Greenhouse." Not only is it a possibility you can make it your reality. Even if you are a "budding" gardener (pardon the pun) and your gardening skills are relatively basic you can learn how to build your own personal greenhouse. Written in plain english, "The Complete Guide to Building Your Own Greenhouse" user friendly and written in basic terms. But don't take our word for it, check it out for yourself. You senses will be glad you did!< Less
An Alternative Theory of Global Warming and Cooling By George T. Croft, Ph.D.
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A theory is developed based on well established principles of physics and astronomy that correctly predicts the time and latitude of the retreat of the recent North American ice age and the warming... More > observed BP.The role of green house gases in determining the temperature of Earth is also discussed in detail.Equations are derived and used to calculate the effects of changes in eccentricity of Earth's orbit, the spin axis tilt angle, and the direction of the spin axis(the precession angle) on the energy received from the sun at any point on Earth. The equations predict a quasi-periodic variation in energy received by Earth as the precession angle advances counterclockwise. Many graphs showing energy received by Earth as a function of latitude, precession and spin axis tilt angles and the orbital position of Earth are contained in the book.< Less