How Global Warming Impacts Wildfires

Every year, wildfires destroy thousands of homes and businesses all over the United States. However, they also can rejuvenate the environment if they stay relatively controlled. If a fire burns too much land and plants, then it could decimate entire ecosystems....

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Volcanic Lightning

In the dark of night, ominous lightning flashes above the slopes of an erupting volcano. However, most eruptions do not produce a stunning show in the sky, so volcanic lightning is a rare spectacle to see. Furthermore, scientists are unsure how this natural phenomenon...

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Wildfires- How They Help the Environment

On average, the United States experiences more than 100,000 wildfires per year. These fires move at approximately 14 miles an hour, and they burn an average of nine million acres of land. The raging flames and thick smoke of a wildfire consume everything in its path....

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Dogs Can Predict the Weather and Natural Disasters

Many studies have found that dogs are intelligent creatures, and they are often more aware of their surroundings than humans. Many even believe that canines can sense changes in their environment such as incoming storms or natural disasters. Others even go as far to...

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Ebola: The Viral Epidemic

Ebola ravaged sub-Saharan Africa and filled the world with fear as the death toll continues to rise. It spreads like wildfire and quickly became endemic. The death toll has reached approximately 5,000 worldwide, and there has been one reported death in the United...

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