Considering that the last Super Moon happened 70 years ago, I was left with a thought that the next time it happens and that will be many years to go, maybe another 70 years, then, I will just be a memory. Maybe, to dust I have returned, haha…So, this is my last Super Moon in … Continue reading
(Source: TV 9, News & Current Affairs, youtube) Facts and Figures about Benham Plateau. According to the Wikipedia, The Benham Plateau, also known as the Benham Rise, is a seismically active undersea region and extinct volcanic ridge located in the Philippine Sea approximately 250 km (160 mi) east of the northern coastline of Dinapigue, Isabela. Under the … Continue reading
The Philippines had been one of the claimants of a string of islands, atolls, and shoals among others which are located in the disputed areas of South China Sea. Recently, China was reported to have released chemicals into the surrounding waters of the occupied Pag-asa Island, a part of the Province of Palawan, Philippines, which resulted to … Continue reading
After harvesting solar energy to produce power or electricity, another method of producing electricity is through Kinetic Wave Power or simply Wave Power which is converting ocean waves into electricity. Source: Hashem Al-Ghaili. Thank you. Converting ocean waves into electricity has been done many years ago. Wikipedia had an elaborate discussion on this topic. The … Continue reading
March 19, 2016 at 8:30 p.m.is the observance of Earth Hour around the world. Began in Sydney, Australia in 2007, the movement has influenced the implementation of several activities around the world that minimized the effects of climate change. Here are two videos from youtube and uploaded by EARTH HOUR.
Source: https://images.search.yahoo.com Every March 3rd is designated by the United Nations as the World Wildlife Day. Today, there are so many challenges that face every nation and country as to how they should cope with the rising problems on the protection and conservation of the world’s wildlife, specifically those that are on the brink of … Continue reading