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Environmental Science – Astronomy: Moon and Sun

Welcome back to our next blog post on astronomy! The moon's formation is theorized by two theories. The simultaneous formation theory said that the Earth and the Moon formed at the same time, around 4.6 billion years ago. The impact theory states an object collided with the Earth breaking the Earth apart into the planet [...]

Fingerprint Scanners

Go to a Best Buy, Target, or any store that sells smartphones. There's a very good chance that the vast majority of the devices there have some sort of fingerprint reader - unless, of course, it's name begins with "iPhone X". Ever since the Pantech GI100 introduced the technology to the mobile world in 2004 [...]

Environmental Science – Astronomy: Stars

Stars are large incandescent bodies. Stars radiate electromagnetic, heat, and light energy which produces their light. Hotter stars glow with shorter wavelength lights making them blue in color. Stars are held together by gravity. Hydrogen combines through fusion reactions producing energy and forming Helium. The lifestyle of a star is as shown below: Stars begin [...]

Environmental Science – Astronomy: The Solar System

Hey guys welcome to the next APES blog post! This is going to a an astronomy sub-series. Our universe contains billions of galaxies, groups of millions of starts held and bound by gravitational forces. Our galaxy is the milky way galaxy. Gravity forms planets and stars by forcing and moving around dust clouds and debris [...]

Hydraulic Fracking

Oil is a commodity that is precious to our civilization as several parts such as transport and production depend on it. To constantly be able to meet our oil needs, the oil and gas industry has been expanding consistently for decades and advances in technology have been emerging in order to be able to occupy [...]

Bees in Crisis

  Ever since the first bees evolved into existence, they have played a vital role in maintaining a healthy ecosystem. They pollinate several types of plants and flowers, helping them to grow, breed, and eventually produce food. However, recently beekeepers report their industry is on the verge of collapse, and farmers relying on honey bees [...]