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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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LENR Year Of Answers?

Some recent news makes this look like the year where we are likely to finally get an answer on “does it work or not?” for Cold Fusion / LENR power systems. A couple of players have said they will be commercialized in 2014. One can only watch and hope. Continue reading

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Calorie Counting Thermometers

I think there is a simple way to demonstrate the basic flaw of the “average temperatures” to see if the planet is warming or cooling. Think of trying to take your body temperature to decide if you are eating too much. That’s what “Climate Scientists” do with global temperatures. Continue reading

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The Fallacy of Trapped Heat

“Global Warming” depends on storing heat for decadal scales. It simply does not happen. Continue reading

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Has Rossi demonstrated Cold Fusion?

Rossi claims his cold fusion large scale test is completed and making net power with no external power in. Continue reading

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Spherical Heat Pipe Earth

The Earth is a giant spherical heat pipe. Continue reading

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Intrinsic Extrinsic Intensive Extensive

External extensive extrinsic vs intrinsic intensive and internal properties means that you can’t average temperatures and get a temperature nor preserve any meaning about heat in that process. To know what is happening to heat flow requires extensive properties. Continue reading

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