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The new ocean current maps still show a strong flow to the north at South America, but it has no heat energy. You must combine flow with temperature, (including total volume) to get heat flow. That keeps us warm up North.
All our North American weather comes from the Pacific Ocean. It can give huge El Nino's that spike up global temperatures. I always propose that it can turn off the heat, as well.
Our funny weather lately, of a day of warmth, then a month of [...]
Should have been quicker off the mark with the screenshot, cycling legend Gethin Butler pipped me last weekend at Brighton. This is the runbritainrankings list of UK marathon performances this year so far, in the male V50 category.
Of course the [...]
Historic and prehistoric landslides in the northern Italian Alps. Implications for new hazard maps in mountainous areas
30 June - 5 July 2019 – Trento and Veneto regions (NE Italian Alps)Who? The 5-days traveling Summer School is [...]
Hoy cumplo 53 años, y los últimos 9 han quedado reflejados en estas páginas, más o menos. Cuando abrí el blog, no esperaba otra cosa que poner chorradas por escrito y llevar una especie de diario informal, así que puedo decir que el objetivo [...]
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This is like watching the horse races. Will your horse take the lead?
I've been waiting every month for the Arctic ice volume, and this is EVERY DAY! Right now the volume is ticking a bit higher. Will it hit the old band?
I'm tired of all [...]
These microscope images show a fossil that appears to be a Kazakhstania mangeri ammonite. It dates to the Mississippian Period. It was found in the Cave Run Fauna of Rowan County, Kentucky USA.
Thanks to Kenny for
The Desert Five-Spot (Eremalche rotundifolia) has to be one of my favorite desert wildflowers. I don't see it often because it is rarely blooming during my customary visits to Death Valley National Park in February. It's mysterious because it always [...]
Some recent finds from SE Asia are adding detail to the complex story of human migration and population interaction, and putting a much needed spotlight on the varied geographies and ecology in which human evolution took place.
1) Anthropologist [...]