Tag Archives: ice

Kurtosis, Mpemba, Temperature and History

Does hot water freeze faster than cold water? It depends on the history of the water… Is there a fat tailed distribution of non-temperature states (such as spin of the particles) due to kurtosis in the process, or not? Continue reading

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Is it hot snow?

Given extensive snow cover, the claim of warmest ever year has some cognitive dissonance. Continue reading

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Hudson Bay Ice

Hudson Bay still has ice. It isn’t the “hottest ever”, this is called “normal” to slightly cold. Continue reading

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Ice Controls CO2 and Ocean Currents Shift Temperatures

A couple of papers that, taken together, say ocean current changes control the ice, and ice controls the CO2 level. Continue reading

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