Is Mission Earth good?
This series is very interesting, a fun story that has a lot of “twists and turns” to the plot – full of surprises! I found it very interesting and even could see how the current environment stress and problems in American life today could be related in this story of 30 years ago. Great story and very entertaining!
How many pages is Mission Earth?
|Series:||Mission Earth Series , #1|
Who wrote Mission Earth?
L. Ron HubbardMission Earth / Author
What do you know about planet Earth?
Earth, our home planet, is a world unlike any other. The third planet from the sun, Earth is the only place in the known universe confirmed to host life. With a radius of 3,959 miles, Earth is the fifth largest planet in our solar system, and it’s the only one known for sure to have liquid water on its surface.
Who created the word fire?
The first records of the word fire come from before 900. As a noun, it comes from the Old English fȳr. Fire is related to the Old Norse fūrr and German Feuer, which come from the Greek pŷr (the origin of the word part pyro-, as in pyrotechnics, and the word pyre, as in funeral pyre).
What is our moon’s name?
It is “Luna” in Italian, Latin, and Spanish, “Lune” in French, “Mond” in German, and “Selene” in Greek. Our Moon is like a desert with plains, mountains, and valleys.
What is water in Old English?
From Middle English water, from Old English wæter (“water”), from Proto-West Germanic *watar, from Proto-Germanic *watōr (“water”), from Proto-Indo-European *wódr̥ (“water”).
What is Earth’s true name?
It is a common misconception that “Terra” is the internationally-recognized scientific name of the planet, but in reality Earth does not have an official international name. The standard English name of the planet, including in science, is “Earth”.