Monthly Archives: February 2016

Silver stops tooth decay and cavities

Cavities (caries) in teeth treated with a silver solution stop growing and partially remineralize. Continue reading

Posted in Biology Biochem, Emergency Preparation and Risks, Science Bits | 8 Comments

Nitrogen – Active In The IR, A GHG?

Nitrogen is widely stated (shouted?) to be inactive in the Infrared Band and thus not a “Greenhouse Gas”. I asked: “Is that true?” and found that Nitrogen ( N2, N3, and N ions) radiates in many IR bands. That which radiates, absorbs, no? So is Nitrogen a GHG too? Or is the whole GHG thesis bogus… Continue reading

Posted in AGW Science and Background, Science Bits | 20 Comments

Gold vs Silver vs US Stocks vs EU and Emerging Markets

An overview of metals and stock markets and summary of what their charts say to me. Continue reading

Posted in Economics - Trading - and Money | Tagged | 19 Comments

Some Security Bits

Risks, Exposures, China, and a Nice Phone. Continue reading

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