• murphmind:

Got my vote

    murphmind:

    Got my vote

  • Easy as 1, 2, 3

    So…there are some ways to stop the world from ending in fire. Global Warming isn’t really that cool, well maybe not stop but ya know delay it.

    1.) turn off electric to save energy because that uses fossil fuel.

    2.) Ride a bike or walk because that doesn’t use gas and you’re not emitting exhaust into the air.

    3.) Take short showers because the water is being dried up

    4.) Recycle. Because if we have to destroy it thats more energy being used

    5.) Try to make things yourself so that you don’t throw anything away.

    6.) Try a compost pile. To enrich the soil

    7.)After that compost pile why not start growing your own food.

    8.)Plant some trees. You know for oxygen

    That’s all I can think of right now but seriously that’s a good start.

  • Places

             

    There are several places that are being effected by the warmth of our lovely earth. They used to be beautiful, majestic; but are now not so nice. Places like Darfur, in Africa and the Gulf Coast. Darfur is being affected because of the drought that occurs and the Gulf Coast is being affected because of the hurricanes that are being swept in. Hurricanes can only function on warm water, that’s why there aren’t any hurricanes in Alaska a places like that, because the water is not warm enough to support a hurricane. With the temperature of the water rising the Gulf Coast is going to see more hurricanes and harsher ones because the water’s temperature is increasing. The Great Reef Barrier will be destroyed as well as all this other stuff happening. Because of the carbon emissons that are being emerced from these factories, it is changing the pH level of the oceans. By doing this and putting more carbon into the waters, it is killing off the coral reef at a steady pace. The Alps are being affected as well. Because the warmth of the earth, the glaciers are melting in the Alps and that’s a total bummer for those who ski because there isn’t going to be much of that soon. There are other places that are being affected just as drastic as these. This was just a a few ones that we should be aware of. There are many glaciers and basically they’re all melting. Bummer :(

  • How can you tell the earth is warming?

    Well, there are many signs to tell if the earth is warming. For instance the average temperature of the ocean is increasing along with the sea level. Why? Because the earth is warming that means that the glaciers are melting and that makes the sea level rise. It’s kind of like a glass of water with ice cubes in it. And when the ice cubes start to melt, the water rises. Also the temperature on land has increased. Because of the fossil fuels that are bouncing back to the earth. That’s why in places where it’s suppose to freezing cold with a whole bunch of snow there’s nothing. I’ve seen this go down. I come from a small city in New York that’s right next to Canada. Lake Champlain is right next to it. The water would freeze over, it was very sturdy, enough to drive your vehicle out to the middle of the lake and ice fish, now not so much. Also, when I was little there would be school cancelations because the amount of snow we would get in one day. Not so much anymore. We get some snow and slushing and sometimes freezing rain but that’s it. You could probably notice some changes as well. Maybe you’re from a hot area. Maybe the seasons seem to be warmer than you remember.                                 

  • acc:
by Bill Henson

  • klutzeeone:
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  • mistaobseen:

orbitdecay:
MyCn18: an hourglass nebula. The sands of time are running out for the central star of this hourglass-shaped planetary nebula. With its nuclear fuel exhausted, this closing phase of a Sun-like star’s life occurs as its outer layers are ejected - its core becoming a cooling, fading white dwarf

    mistaobseen:

    orbitdecay:

    MyCn18: an hourglass nebula. The sands of time are running out for the central star of this hourglass-shaped planetary nebula. With its nuclear fuel exhausted, this closing phase of a Sun-like star’s life occurs as its outer layers are ejected - its core becoming a cooling, fading white dwarf
  • (via wekeepsaying)

  • "While enjoying a month of fine weather at the seacoast, I was thrown into the company of a most fascinating creature: a real goddess in my eyes, as long as she took no notice of me. I "never told my love" vocally; still, if looks have language, the merest idiot might have guessed I was over head and ears: she understood me at last, and looked a return—the sweetest of all imaginable looks. And what did I do? I confess it with shame—shrank icily into myself, like a snail; at every glance retired colder and farther:till finally the poor innocent was led to doubt her own senses, and, overwhelmed with confusion at her supposed mistake, persuaded her mamma to decamp. By this curious turn of disposition I have gained the reputation of deliberate heartlessness; how undeserved, I alone can appreciate."

    -Emily Bronte-Wuthering Heights

    BEST paragraph I have EVER read. EVER!!!

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