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    Would Do you think about climbing a mountain in the cold weather where I can get extremely dangerous? Mount Everest is located on the border between Tibet and Nepal in Asia's Himalayan Mountains it is one of the most dangerous mountains to climb because of the high elevation. The height of Mount Everest is about 29,029 ft tall which can be dangerous for the climber. The climate where Mount Everest is located is extremely cold it is about -30 Degrees. There is a book called Peak and it is about a…

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    Therefore, it is right for nations to impose stricter air quality standards. In his article titled “Air pollution-related illness: effects of particles”, Andre Nel reports some of the major causes of air pollution. Nel himself writes, “Unfortunately, the unregulated ultrafine particles are potentially the most dangerous. Ultrafines are the major component in vehicle emissions-the largest source of air pollution in urban areas--and they have the largest surface area and highest…

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    Colgan Air Flight 3407, a passenger flight from Newark, New Jersey to Buffalo, New York, carrying forty-five passengers and four crew members. During the instrument landing system approach, the aircraft went into an aerodynamic stall, causing the it to crash and kill all passengers on board. Captain Marvin Renslow was in command of the flight, having accumulated over 3,000 flight hours. Renslow was accompanied by Rebecca Shaw, the first officer who had 2,000 flight hours under her belt. The…

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    died trying to reach the summit. But the most dangerous part of climbing Mount Everest is not trying to reach the summit — it’s trying to get back down. All three deaths occurred on the descent. After Jon Krakauer, wrote the bestseller, Into Thin Air, detailing his harrowing experience on Mount Everest, in which, only two of the six mountaineers who reached the summit survived, it was believed that climbers who die scaling Mount Everest lack the experience needed to navigate the mountain’s…

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    Lithobates Sphenocephalus, commonly known as Southern Leopard Frog are a part of the Anura order of amphibians meaning “without tail,” and in the Ranidae family, also considered to be “true frogs” which are the most widely distributed family occurring on all continents with the exception of Antartica. The average size of Southern Leopard frogs is about 2-3 ½ inches. The Southern Leopard frog is native to the United States in the eastern region, and contains two subspecies currently: R. s.…

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    for living in the conditions? Sixteen of the cities located in China are the targets for immense amounts of pollution, and while there were tasks attained to clear it up, there were no long-term effects. India has found it difficult to clean up their air pollution because they are afraid that it will slow down their economic growth. Environmental issues in the countries of India and China have made a significant role in the Southern and Eastern Asia region by comparing with each other, as well…

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    it becomes easier to control and therefore easier to reach faster speeds. Also a NASCAR car is filled with nitrogen rather normal air in the average car. In a ChemMatters article it states “Another difference between NASCAR car tires and normal tires is that NASCAR car tires are filled with nitrogen not normal air” (Rohrig). Nitrogen has less moisture than normal air does, so having nitrogen in the tires holds less moisture in the tires. Moisture can alter the tire pressure because the tires…

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    Climbing Mt. Everest isn't easy . Many people have tried and have failed. Reaching a goal for some people becomes a lifelong journey. People are also leaving things that they don't want to carry down, on the mountain, so that it's looking like a big garbage pile. Climbing Mt. Everest would give a person a feeling of accomplishment and knowing that they did something not many other people in the world get to do or would be able to do. You have to be in shape physically and be as prepared as…

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    leads to air pollution, water contamination and seismic activity. That’s right it causes earthquakes! Fracking creates “methane emissions, volatile organic compounds (VOC’s), hazardous air pollutants and greenhouse gases”. These toxic gas emissions lead to climate change because of the gas emissions. Well to burner emissions are 3.5%-12% higher than ordinary gases. Along with releasing all these chemicals and polluting the air, rain becomes polluted as well as now acid rain is produced. The air…

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    –Tristate Area If your indoor air feels heavy and smells a bit musty, it could mean that your home is experiencing high levels of humidity. Although humidity is important, having too much can destroy the pleasant environment because it encourages allergens, like mold and mildew, to grow. Thankfully, you can reduce the amount of humidity in the air with a dedicated dehumidifier. This system is designed to pull excess moisture in the air and send the de-moisturized air back into the room. Aside…

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