A Freak of Nature

What exactly is a freak of nature? Is it just a figure of speech something that teenagers say about one another in the high school hallway or do freaks of nature really exist? The dictionary defines a freak of nature as a thing or occurrence that is unusual, irregular or abnormal. Can a Person Be […]

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It is Human Nature to Progress: Consider China

It is human nature to want to succeed economically. As human history has evolved, economic development has been increasingly linked to building and manufacturing which has led to increased pollution and decreased open space. So, while we continue to follow our human nature and to develop and succeed economically, it is important that we be […]

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Living Nature and Inanimate Objects

Life surrounds us all the time. Our natural settings function to live, grow and reproduce. We commonly think of animals, fish and birds when we think of living nature. However, life is found in inanimate things as well. Following are some examples of living nature that may be difficult to spot. When you consider these […]

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Mother Nature: The Myth and the Legend

Since prehistoric times, the legend of Mother Nature has represented the life giving and sometimes unexplainable forces of nature. Different societies have different visions of Mother Nature. Ancient Greece It is thought that Mother Nature can trace her birth to Ancient Greece. In Ancient Greece, Mother Nature was a mythological goddess named Demeter. Demeter was, […]

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Preserve Nature and Its Animals

The beauty of nature includes the animals that live on this earth. However, every year the list of endangered animals seems to grow longer. Yet, the government has been able to protect some species from extinction and allow them to continue to contribute to our ecosystem. Of course the laws of nature dictate that some […]

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Nature Conservancy: The Power of Wind

Nature conservancy does not have to be at odds with 21st century development. There are lots of creative ways to conserve nature so that we, and our children, can live in a beautiful and healthy world while at the same time furthering our economic goals. Renewable Energy The development, sustainability and distribution of renewable energy […]

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Nature Landscape: Working with the Environment

Lush, manicured lawns, flowery pathways and trimmed bushes are common elements in a landscaping design. While these elements offer beauty and interest to the setting, they may also hamper their surroundings in some cases. Many people choose to work with the environment in order to create a sustainable nature landscape. The idea of the perfect […]

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Life: The Nature of Biology

Life is the nature of biology. The study of living organisms is an integral part of our understanding of the world around us. Biological studies address different aspects of the composition and function of living organisms. Structure Every tangible thing has structure. Understanding how something is constructed is an important aspect of the nature of […]

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Creativity and the Nature of Science

Science is commonly associated with logic and systematic methodology. However, there is much creativity and art in the very nature of science. This subject is one that has much to offer even in the realm of artistry. Of course, science in its very nature is quite logical. It has very strict rules and regulations. The […]

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The Beauty of Nature Photography

One of the best ways to appreciate the many different aspects of natures beauty is through nature photography. Talented amateur and professional photographers seek to bring their subject to life for the viewer with their nature photography. This article will focus on the style of two very different photographers, Ansel Adams and Frans Lanting. Ansel […]

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