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See the recordings of temperature over the last 10 or 20 years. This could show an increasing temperature. Also, you could see how much of the ice has melted or the rise of sea level (not to be confused with tides). If the Earth is getting warmer, then more icecaps would melt, resulting in higher oceans and floods. +++ Essentially right but it would need records over a lot more than a couple of decades to show any long-term change because the climate and weather wobble about all the time.
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Nature could be explained through abstract reasoning and experimentation.
The earth was created a long after the "big bang" which was not an explosion but a sudden expansion of that singularity, the matter then began to form with the universe as it …cooled, billions of years later and parsecs away our solar system's dust cloud began to collapse and form the celestial bodies present today.
nature could be explained though abstract reasoning an exper........
nova-net-nerd (^_^)>- nature could be explained through abstract reasoning and experimentation Nature could be explained through common sense and faith.
Since the determination of the fact that Earth is spherical as opposed to flat, all scientists (after a short lag period) have accepted that it is so.
Scientists believe that there was dust and gas floating in space in a "nebula". Gravity started pulling the dust and all the other things together. Pressure started building u…p and the nebula got very hot . And that's how the Sun was made. Then the left over dust and gas started forming into tiny little clumps and those eventually grew and formed into what we now know as the planets. Using all the evidence they have today, scientists believe Earth was formed about 4.5 or 4.6 billion years ago.
A scientist studying climates finds a fossil of a fish in the desert What can the scientist learn from this fossil?
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because its made up of many separate but interactive parts or spheres. They are studying how these spheres are interconnected.
Scientists use sound waves to detect what is inside earth. By sending waves down we can study not only the earths structure but also weather its liquid or solid
scientist of the earth
Excellent question! There are many, many ways to conduct earth research. Thermometers and their constant and predicted use can tell you the climate of an area. Using the ricte…r scale many times after earth quakes in different places around the world can tell you where the worst earth quakes happen. Observation of the wilderness in an area of the world can tell you many things about the wildlife there. digging in the ground on a predicted fossile site could possibly tell you about the species of life that lived before you did, and what happened then, and so on.
by studying the earth gravity by studying eartquakes
In the past, scientists believed the earth was flat.