Category Archives: Science Bits

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The Ocean, By Other Means – Air Temperatures

How much ocean does it take to hold all the heat in the atmosphere? Not very much… Continue reading

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Are Ice Age Glacials Caused By Orbital Inclination?

Is the 100 k year cycle of ice age glacials caused by orbital inclination change relative to Jupiter, not eccentricity? Continue reading

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Over on WUWT – Taurids and Asteroid Sized Bits

New Taurid branch identified with probable major sized objects, asteroid sized, that eventually will hit the Earth. Continue reading

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From Dish Soap to Geopolymer to Explosives, Oh My!

How does “green” dish washing cleaners relate to geopolymer chemistry and explosives? Well, it’s all about no phosphates and trying to find replacements in silicates and percarbonates… Continue reading

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