Types and Stages of Ecological Succession

What is Ecological Succession? Ecological succession is the term used to describe what happens to an ecological community over time. It refers to more or less predictable and orderly set of changes that happen in the composition or structure of ecological community. When you are born, your learn to crawl, then walk and then run. … Read more

30 Facts About Nuclear Energy

Nuclear Energy Facts  When it comes to listing the top 30 nuclear facts, there is a mix of the good, the bad and the ugly. What may surprise you is how little difference there is between the risks of nuclear energy and fossil fuel energy, although the benefits may be greater. Read more about pros … Read more

30 Interesting Facts About Oil Spill

Oil Spill Oil spill is a form of pollution. An oil spill happens when crude oil or refined oil products are released into the water or on land. Huge tankers or trucks can be a major cause of oil spill when transporting large volume of oil from one place to another. Deliberate dumping of oil … Read more

Top 15 Endangered Plant Species

Endangered Plant Species Endangered plant species can be found all over the world. No matter where they are located, they all share one common factor that is thought to have put them onto the endangered list. None of these plants, flowers or trees is thought to have any commodity value to the human race. They … Read more

Various Pros and Cons of Nuclear Energy


Pros and Cons of Nuclear Energy Nuclear energy is the energy released by a chain reaction, specifically by the process of nuclear fission or fusion in the reactor. The source of fuel used to generate nuclear energy is mined and processed uranium (enriched uranium), which is utilized to generate steam and produce electricity. As of … Read more


Pros and Cons of Hydrogen Energy

Hydrogen Energy Pros and Cons Hydrogen is the most fundamental of all Earth components. It is a powerful source of energy that exists with water. Hydrogen isn’t available on earth but it can be produced using a method called electrolysis that separates hydrogen from water. The process of electrolysis is in itself expensive. The process … Read more