Earthquakes occur when two pieces of the Earth’s crust called tectonic plates collide or grind against each other. When this happens, an insane amount of energy from inside the Earth suddenly bursts out in all directions causing the Earth to crack and shake everything on top. Well, we know earthquakes are awful, but how much damage can they do?
If the earth were twice as big, the earth would have eight times as much mass and gravity would be twice as strong. Your weight would also be doubled, and it would be much harder for you to walk because you'd feel like you were giving another version of yourself a piggyback ride all day, every day. And what else? Trees would collapse. Gravity determines how tall a tree can grow - so any new trees that grow in their place wouldn't grow as tall.
The damage mankind has done to the earth’s ecosystem by dumping plastic wastes alone is beyond horrible. But thanks to scientists who stood up to fight it alongside their inventions. […]
Rainforests cover six percent of the planet, and they are home extraordinary and wonderful creatures such as jaguars, sloths and toucans. You know about those, but what about those horrible […]
The average demand for oil and liquid fuels per day worldwide is 96 million barrels – that’s more than 35 billion barrels a year. With the demands on a steady […]