Definition: Geology is the science that addresses the dynamics and physical history of the earth, the rocks of which it is composed, and the physical, chemical, and biological changes that the earth has undergone or is undergoing currently. Supposedly geologists have been very challenged to nail down the exact beginnings of Mother Earth. In 1974, it was believed that our planet was at least 3.2 million years old when the bones of a hominid were resurrected in Hadar, Ethiopia. But then in 1994, another hominid was found dating back 4.4-million years. In 1997, the same was true but this species had lived 5 to 6 million years ago and then again another in 2000, a hominid dating back at least 6 million years.
The point is we learn of ourselves through the artifacts that remain. We can catch a glimpse of what was and what we were, as well as how far we have come through the evolutionary changes we experienced as a species. Geology gives fascinating insight into the history of the Earth through plate tectonics and past climates. Today geology is commercially important for evaluating water resources, predicting and understanding natural hazards, remedying environmental problems, and providing insights into past climate change.
More and more recent discoveries are causing us to review our past and rewrite that which we’ve held sacred as our enduring history.
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Ancient-Origins Ancient Syria: Another Cradle of Civilization? 16 JANUARY, 2017 By CALEB STROM Traditionally, it has been thought that civilization in the Middle East and the Eastern Mediterranean began in two centers, Sumer in the east between the Tigris and...read more
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The Guardian Across Australia a secretive network of activists are laying the groundwork for what they expect will be the biggest environmental protest movement in the country’s history. Of course this won’t materialise if Adani and the rest of the miners proposing to...read more
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[paypal-donaton]EcoWatch ExxonMobil was dealt a major blow on Wednesday after a Massachusetts judge ordered the company to hand in more than 40 years of climate research. On Wednesday, Suffolk Superior Court Judge Heidi E. Brieger denied the oil giant a protective...read more
Xapuri Pesticides kill over ten million bees in Brazil’s countryside In Porto Ferreira, a city in the countryide of São Paulo state, over 10 million honey bees were killed in a matter of days by airborne spread pesticides. The pesticides were sprayed over...read more
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In5d Dogon Legend Of The Nommos Fish People In5D January 13, 2017 The Dogon tells the legend of the Nommos, awful-looking beings who arrived in a vessel along with fire and thunder. After they arrived here – they put out a reservoir of water onto the Earth then dove...read more