Similarly my close friendship with Trevor White, who brought the show to Planet Rock in the first Place, is a strong as ever.
The Physical Setting: Earth Science is related to the field of science called Earth Science.
In this topic we will look at surface processes and the mechanisms that help shape our planet Earth.
We will also focus on agents of erosion and be able to identify their different geologic features.
After more than 5 years and more than 270 shows, Rick's place will cease to be broadcast on Planet Rock from the end of this year which means that the last show will be on Christmas Day.
On the penultimate show, we are hoping to have a bit of a party on air and may well include past "stooges" who have had the misfortune/fortune, to have been part of the show.
These methods are untraceable, irreversible and they don’t offer the sender any legal protection against fraud – a big no – no. So, if your online date sends you a picture that looks out of a magazine cover, it probably is!
Top models don’t usually hang around online dating sites.
In this topic we will focus on long term weather patterns and see how the changing Earth is responsible for creating unique areas of our planet.
From its early formation to present, Earth has undergone extreme changes and evolved to be one of the most unique planets in our solar system.
We will also focus on how major extinction periods throughout geologic history have changed the development of life on Earth.
In this topic we will take a look at how the Theory of Plate Tectonics developed and provide concrete evidence that support the theory.
We will also focus on Earth's interior and how, through the use of seismic data, we have come to understand the different properties of plate tectonics.