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A recent event at Columbia University debated the pros and
For years, I've had my old guy around. I met him in our local valley, when I was walking the dog. He was a retired engineer, and in his late 80's
He told me all the horror stories about the start of SNC-lavvy, when he was an engineer in [...]
Yeah, the silly season for globby warming is over! Everybody is freezing to death.
Bookies have slashed the odds! Might still be a good bet. :)
All around it's -18c, which is the magic point for freezing saltwater.
Look at that [...]
The term ‘hydrogen economy’ was first coined by the chemist John Bockris, to describe the use of hydrogen as a fuel rather than the oil, gas and coal that form the present hydrocarbon economy. Continue reading →
Aren't those the stupidest articles ever? Anyway, I got a pixel 4 to replace my Nexus 5x. Yeah! Can't wait to start taking pictures.
This should last another 10 years.
1 - not easy trying to get an esim. I will have to go to a
Vor der Nordküste von Island findet aktuell ein starkes Schwarmbeben statt. Ort des Geschehens ist der submarine Vulkan Nafir. Er liegt auf der Tjörnes-fracture-zone und war bereits öfters Schauplatz von Erdbebenschwärmen, die mit [...]
El tiranosaurio es considerado "rey" de los dinosaurios debido en parte a su enorme popularidad, pero también a su nombre específico rex, que en latín significa rey. Por ello tiene sentido que David Orr (al que ya hemos visto por aquí en [...]
The INQUA Summer School on Active Tectonics and Tectonic Geomorphology was held in Prague from 24-27 September, 2019. This summer school was run by INQUA‘s IFG EGSHaz as part of the TERPRO commission. The event was hosted by the Institute of Rock [...]
The Cretaceous–Paleogene extinction that followed the Chicxulub impact was one of the five great Phanerozoic mass extinctions. Three-quarters of the plant and animal species on Earth disappeared, including non-avian dinosaurs, pterosaurs, marine [...]
Some significant trends are still evident.
This shows the main impact zone of the Atlantic belt has moved down to the most southerly point that I've seen yet.
Once again, this winter, we will have lots of heat energy going south.