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Micro-Spherical Rain vs Flat Land and Fictional Sky

What can virga and the geometry of rain provide in the way of insight? Enough to matter, I think. Continue reading

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Pulsating Heat Pipes

If we can’t understand a simple tube half full of liquid, how can we understand a spherical planetary system of several interacting fluids, solids, and with variable heat flux inputs? Continue reading

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