Andrew Mullet Prof. Murray Eng. 11011 26 November 2013 The Cause of The Road This world, as we know it, will end. This is not a case of faith or even chance; eventually this planet will cease to exist. The most inevitable cause of the destruction of earth and all life on it will luckily not occur until approximately five billion years from now when the sun begins to grow. When it does, it will envelope Mercury, Venus and eventually Earth.
What happens in this concept is that the earth tilts and the poles swap ends. The North Pole goes to the south and the South Pole goes to the north. It’s almost as if the world is turned upside down. This global change could cause many catastrophes on earth, including giant tsunamis, deadly earthquakes, and dangerous volcanic eruptions. Some biblical theologists also predict that the earth will end in nuclear devastation caused by mankind.
“The UN Security Council has condemned North Korea's successful rocket launch, saying it violated a 2009 council resolution banning any launch using ballistic missile technology. The UN's most powerful body said in a brief statement after closed consultations on Wednesday that it will consider "an appropriate response". (Al Jazeera,
The government has spent 10 billion dollars on the Yucca Mountain project already so it would be a waste to not use it, don’t we want our tax dollars to be well spent? We should use Yucca Mountain to dispose of our nuclear waste. If we do not dispose of the waste soon then perhaps, a leak could occur in a nuclear waste container and it would do damage to our country. We would not want that. With the design of the steel barriers that would contain the repository, which is similar to a big steel box, the site would be good for thousands of years to come.
Many myths include ideas like: "In the event of a nuclear war, the earth will be uninhabitable for thousands of years" or "there will be no use trying to survive a nuclear war because when you come out of your shelter, the earth will be totally devastated." These statements are untrue. They say that the earth would be uninhabitable because of the radiation. Realistically, the radioactive fallout from a nuclear weapon decays pretty fast. It is true that there are some radioactive particles that may pose a threat to the environment in further future, but they would not pose as much of a problem as one may think.
Global Irregularities are more common because of the green house gasses that are being released into the atmosphere (Chandler 4) Although this disaster of fluctuating temperatures is most commonly known as Global Warming, it really just depletes the natural insulation of earth. This lack of insulation and fluctuating temperatures, have been considered signs of the end of the world in 2012. Another current problem for humanity is the disappearance of bees. Albert Einstein once said: ‘If the bee disappeared off the surface of the globe then man would only have four years of life left. No more bees, no more pollination, no more plants, no more animals, no more man.’...On the West Coast keepers have seen bee population losses in the 30 to 60 percent range.
On April 11th, NASA launched their third manned mission to the moon, Apollo 13. Two days later, April 13th, at exactly 13:13 Central Standard Time, one of the oxygen tanks exploded, resulting in a power shortage and failure of the two remaining oxygen tanks. The space shuttle never made it to the moon and the mission was deemed a failure. Many people believed that this was a result of the mission being numbered 13. A number considered by many to be unlucky.
But can it be accomplished? The Mayans have made numerous predictions based on the stars and alignment of the sun in relation to the rest of the skies. But their most controversial prediction strikes a huge argument among scientists. Is their prediction that the end of the world on December 21st, 2012 true? Is this even possible that they could predict something so catastrophic?
If you ask me, I think we should get rid of man’s worst invention: the atomic bomb. Just one of these weapons could destroy everything within a ten mile radius. That includes all humans, all animals and all buildings in that area. Mind-blowing… quite literally. I suppose the most obvious reason for getting rid of these horrific weapons is that it kills people.
He established a rule that only the Sun can come out in the day and only the Moon can come out at night to help the humans to get a better life. The holes on the moon are the scars of the battle. After twenty years of peace, Nahito was away from Mexico in China to gather secret ingredients for his magic potion, and Abudorius stroke again, he secretly sent Qwodog to hide Wascacarara’s light so she won’t grow. The gods did nothing about this because the gods afraid that Abudorius will wage war again. Wascacarara has lost most of her strength after the battle with Abudorius, however she won’t give up battling Qwodog to let her light shine on the great Earth.