Aquaculture is the science, art, or practice of cultivating and harvesting aquatic organisms, including fish, mollusks, crustaceans, aquatic plants, and algae such as seaweed. Operating in marine, brackish, and freshwater environments, aquaculture provides food for people and in smaller amounts supplies fish for stocking lakes, bait for fishing, and live specimens for home aquariums.
Scientology is a new religious movement based on the writings of L. Ron Hubbard (1911 - 1986), a science fiction author, who founded the Church of Scientology in 1953. As with many new religious movements, Scientology has attracted much controversy and criticism, and it has been described as a "cult" by its critics.
Extraterrestrial life is the term used to define any form of life that may exist and originate outside the planet Earth, the only place in the universe known to support life. Its existence is currently hypothetical; there is no evidence of extraterrestrial life that has been widely accepted by the scientific community.
Cyberethics , also referred to as internet ethics , is a branch of applied ethics that studies ethical questions and moral dilemmas brought on by the emergence of digital technologies and global virtual environments. With the advent of the internet, conflicts over privacy, property, security, accuracy, accessibility, censorship, filtering, and others have arose.
Bowling is a sporting activity in which players attempt to score points by rolling a ball to knock down target objects. Bowling has been popular for hundreds of years, with different variations taking hold in Europe and North America. It may date back as far as Ancient Egypt. The game is popular for its competitive, yet socially friendly, atmosphere and relative simplicity.
Coral reef is the term for any fully marine, underwater ecosystem with a calcium carbonate foundation produced by the skeletons of living organisms, a substantial number of which are corals. Generally, coral reefs are considered to be those limestone formations and associated biotic communities in which the corals have a symbiotic relationship with algae and thus they are found in shallow and warm marine waters with significant sunlight penetration.