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A gravitational force is the attractive force between two separate bodies. Gravity is related to mass so the more significant the mass, the greater the gravitational force it exerts on other objects. Also, the gravitational force of an object is dependent on distance. Gravity is where all...Read More

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R. Jones

Curious about the World

The fact that you're here reading this answer could be due to two plausible reasons. First one could be your concern for our mother nature and you volunteer yourself to participate for the greater cause of survival, Or, you're just here lurking from your boring lifestyle out of your...Read More

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The answer to this is A. it can be confusing to choose the right answer if you would not read the questions carefully. Latitude lines are known as horizontal lines. They will be very helpful in determining the various areas where countries are located. Longitude lines are those that may start...Read More

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Now that we have access to space, the easiest way to prove the Earth is spherical is to leave it and view it from a distance. Astronauts and space probes have done just that. Every picture of Earth ever taken shows only a circular shape, and the only geometric solid which looks like a circle...Read More

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The line that divides the earth into two parts in a horizontal manner is the equator. Take note that this is an invisible line. You will not see it if you would look at the Earth from a distance. Do remember that the closer the countries are to the equator, the hotter it gets. The equator...Read More

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Trying to figure out how old planets are is a very tricky science. The planets formed billions of years ago so it is difficult to appropriately estimate how old planets are, but scientists have been able to get pretty close. The Earth is about 4.54 billion years old with the age being...Read More

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R. Jones

Curious about the World

Though Earth and Venus are seldom called Twin Planets, they are very different from each other. Earth is the third planet from the sun in the solar system while Venus is second. Venus has a higher temperature than of the Earth’s surface. The atmosphere of Venus has no to little wate...Read More

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This is not the sort of question to put here, where you will get a one paragraph answer. You need a book or at least a long article to describe the process whereby the Earth spawned life around a billion years after it came into existence itself . Even this would be a theory not an established...Read More

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It takes one year or 365 days or approximately 365 and ¼ days for the Earth to complete its’ orbit around the sun, which is why we have a leap year every four years and February has one extra day. It is a circular orbit, and there is only a small variance between the neighboring...Read More

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I do not understand. Doesn't the hydrosphere include ALL of the water on earth?

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