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Encouraging Maths and Science - Deep Rural Kwazulu Natal - Rural Development

GeoSolEarth brings hope to deep rural areas. Encouraging Maths and Science as well as interacting with learners, teachers and the community, we provide valuable online technological resources that promote entrepreneur development. A large number of schools are very deep rural and lacking basic facilities such as libraries, halls, sports fields, assembly areas etc. Ekuphiweni - Devondale - Qudeni - Emangidini - Nkabane - Sdashi - Mzimhlophe #Mnqandi #DBSA #RamgoolamGroup #Ramgoolam #SkillsDevelopment #JobCreation #SouthAfrica pic.twitter.com/0yB7LlNFmM — ☆ GEOSOLEARTH (@GeoSolEarth) October 9, 2019 Mona Primary School - Ekuphiweni Isigcalaba - Nkandla Rural - Mbiswe - Malunga   The Areas of Mpendle - Makhayiyana - Ziyendane - Khovothi - Mandeni Little Dreamers 👨‍💻 Mthwana Primary School pic.twitter.com/Mpdtb8FpvQ — ☆ GEOSOLEARTH (@GeoSolEarth) October 14, 2019

Nullagine WA - Gold Exploration - Australian Outback

Nullagine Gold has long been sought. Conglomerate rocks make up most of the hills surrounding Nullagine. The Mosquito Creek Formation is a succession of Archaean siliciclastic rocks that occupies much of the central part of the MCB in the northern part of the Archaean Pilbara Craton of Western Australia. The formation is deformed and has been metamorphosed under low-grade (sub-greenschist to greenschist) conditions. Areas Explored included: Nullagine Balfour Downs - Rooneys Find Mine Sunday Hill  Mount Edgar ... Beatons Pool - Nullagine - Western Australia Zaheer Bux - BCD1 Borehole - Nullagine - Western Australian Outback Near Rooneys Find Mine - Balfour Downs Station - Western Australia Prospectors Gold - Nullagine - Western Australia On the Road to Sundays Hill - Western Australia Outback Back in Nullagine Exploring Old Gold Mine Workings Gold Exploration - Central Rand Goldfield - Johanne

Slideshow - Climate Change is Real - The Inconvenient Truth

In 2009, Al Gore followed up with the publication of Our Choice: A Plan to Solve the Climate Crisis , a book that "gathers in one place all of the most effective solutions that are available now and that, together, will solve this crisis". "It is now abundantly clear that we have at our fingertips all of the tools we need to solve the climate crisis. The only missing ingredient is collective will." 00:20:19 One thousand years of temperature history obtained from isotope analysis of ice cores. 00:16:08 Measured since 1958, atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2) has been increasing steadily. 00:20:53 One thousand years of CO2 and temperature data -- the curves have similar shape. 00:22:49 650,000 years of CO2 and temperature history, from Antarctic ice cores. Dips record ice ages. CO2 concentration and temperature are related. CO2 has spiked upward in recent years. 00:23:53 If no changes are made, CO2 concentration is predi