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- Acceleration : The increase of an objects velocity (or speed) per unit time.
- Afghanistan : A Islamic republic in Central Asia, with an unstable but elected government; borders China, Iran, Pakistan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan
- Architecture : The art and technique of designing and constructing buildings to fulfill both practical and aesthetic purposes.
- Earth science : The study of the components and processes of the planet Earth.
- Environmental geography : Examines interlinkages between human and natural systems.
- Geophysics : The study of the Earth by quantitative physical methods, namely seismic, magnetic, electrical, electromagnetic, thermal and radioactivity methods.
- God : Supreme, supernatural entity, often credited with omnipotence, omniscience and rulership of the universe.
- Going to California : A 1971 folk rock song written and recorded by Led Zeppelin, and released off Led Zeppelin IV.
- Hazards : Branch of environmental geography that includes study of human-made, environmental, and blended disasters.
- Japan : East Asian country of about 3,000 islands; one of the world's largest economies; population about 125,000,000.
- Kerala : A State of south-western India.
- Miracle : The beneficent intervention by a supernatural being—usually a god—in the normal workings of the universe.
- Mount Ararat : Add brief definition or description
- Plate tectonics : Theory that explains geological phenomena such as seismicity, volcanism, continental drift, and mountain building in terms of the formation, destruction, movement, and interaction of the earth's lithospheric plates.
- Royal Dutch Meteorological Institute : The Dutch national weather forecasting service and also the national research and information centre for climate change, air pollution dispersion modeling and seismology.
- Tide : The rising or falling of an ocean due to tidal forces.
- Wind : The movement of air produced by a change in heat on the earth's surface.