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QUESTION OF THE DAY
WHY PEOPLE ARE SO WORRIED ABOUT TRASH

well good question, it is something to be worried about actually, when we put things in the trash can they eventually get taken some where else and that's call a dump it a huuuuugeeeeeeeee hole where they put trash in, well the problem is we are running out of space and now one wants to live by a dump. They dig holes every day so you can imagine that how much land they used form are wast. If we just leave the trash there to rot well,it makes some sort of toxic water,now remember every thing usually ends up goes to the sea,so toxic chemical stuff goes to the water and what do you thing happens to the fish and other wonderful creatures of the sea are in that poison so that's not good not good at all it could cause in affect on are food chain. Now you might say why don't we just burn the trash well, I though it was a good idea but then i tough that nasty air will go in the sky an do a lot of damage to are ozone so not the best idea.


QUESTION OF THE DAY
Why should we be worried about wasting water?

Water, water everywhere. . . . Water is one of the most abundant resources on earth. With water covering 70% of the planet, you might think our supply is endless. But we don’t just need water — we need drinkable water.

A whopping 97% of the world’s water supply is undrinkable seawater, with another 2% locked frozen in the polar ice caps. That leaves only 1% that’s usable — and more than half of that water is polluted.
This guide will take you through how we use water in our homes, and the steps you can take to reduce the amount of water you use. From a flush down the toilet to a heavy rainfall, after reading this guide you may never think about water the same way again.


QUESTION OF THE DAY
How can you tell the age of a tree
There are two ways to determine the age of a tree. The first is to cut it down and then you can count the rings indicating a ring for each year of growth, or you can bore a hole into the center of the tree and upon extraction count the rings. The first way kills the tree. The second does not harm the tree. Each year a new growth ring forms. From these rings you can tell a lot about the life of the tree and also the weather that year. Rings close together may indicate a very dry year with a drought. Wide rings generally mean that there was plenty of water.

You can tell a tree's age by cutting off a big branch, or cutting down the tree and leaving the stump. On the stump or big branch, find the spot where you cut it. Count the number of rings that are on it, and that is how old a tree is.

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