Is there any evidence of the antarctica being at risk?
of course there is!! antarctica is the most under threat from things like global warming, tourists, mining and overfishing.
Antarctica is being used for communications. The Antarctic Treaty prohibits any measures of a military nature, such as the establishment of military bases and fortifications, the carrying out of military maneuvers, or the testing of any type of weapon; it permits the use of military personnel or equipment for scientific research or for any other peaceful purposes Antarctica is mainly being used for research purposes. Theres Your Answer :) <3 x
Primary evidence consists of items that can be measured directly. If temperature readings are taken in the middle of a city for years and they keep increasing, that is primary evidence that the temperature is increasing in that city. If recent pictures taken of ice in Antarctica, Greenland, and the Himalayas are compared with those taken a century ago, they show the glaciers have decreased in size. That is primary evidence glaciers are shrinking. Any…
While there is some evidence to suggest that uncircumcised men stand a slightly higher chance of getting AIDS, this shouldn't be a consideration. Anyone who has unprotected sex, without a condom, can get it. What you do and with who varies the risk, but any exchange of any body fluid carries some risk.
There is no logical reason to believe in any religion if there is no evidence. The debates between religions themselves, and religions vs. atheism are all about evidence. People who believe in a religion should do so based on the evidence, and many evidences of God, Creation etc. have been given and are currently being debated. What you believe will be determined on how you interpret the evidence for and against any given religion. The…
No evidence There is no evidence linking white-wine consumption with cancer of the large or small intestines. There is some evidence to suggest that alcohol consumption of any kind increases slightly the risk of breast cancer in women. However, there is data showing that moderate alcohol consumption, particularly of red wine, reduces the risk of heart attack (which, by the way, kills more women each year than breast cancer does).
There is currently no evidence that there is a risk of a major eruption happening any time soon. While an eruption may be possible, it is unlikely to occur any time in the next ten thousand years. The most likely form of activity appears to be in the form of laval flows, but even these are unlikely to occur any time soon.