Category Archives: Science Bits

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Smoothing Data and not Distorting Data

A very interesting paper on “Differentiating Noisy Non-Smooth Data” and a nice online text book for doing Forecasting using R examples. Continue reading

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The Sun Does Not Warm The Earth

The Sun does not warm the Earth. Something else does. The Sun just modulates that other flux. Continue reading

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Orbital Subtraction and mean anomalies means?

Does relative orbital position drive sunspots? A somewhat different approach in a graph. Continue reading

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The Iron Sun, Pro Link and Anti Density

Some links on the Iron Sun theory, along with a question of some density… Continue reading

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Rabbits, E.Cuniculi, and A Rewarding Moment From Cure

Some positive feedback about a treatment for E. Cuniculi in rabbits and a very happy bunny. Continue reading

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Bromine, Iodine, Prostate and Breast Cancer

There are many articles and what look like real medical research papers pointing to Iodine as important for prevention, and even to some degree, cure, of both breast cancer and perhaps prostate problems. I do a survey of several sites. Continue reading

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Texas vs TNOs – Just How Big IS Texas?

Just how big is Texas? It could be a dwarf planet if in space. Continue reading

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