The century's scientific challenges

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A press release from the United States Geological Survey listing the demands being placed on the world's resources. Nothing surprising in themselves, but a good round-up of problems: Safe, clean water; natural hazards; urban growth; emerging infectious diseases; biological invaders; global change; lifecycle of Earth's natural materials; USA's water infrastructure; coastal waters; "putting information in its place."

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why do you say the world came in to being by evolution?

Great website, interesting read. Thanks!

Nice site, keep up the good work

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