Tag Archives: isotopes

A Rather Remarkable Old Article

A remarkable article from 1979 that called warming to 2000, then cooling. Based on cycles observed in isotopes in tree rings and sediments. Continue reading

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About those CO2 isotopes

What can a few trees in Yellowstone say about the stability of CO2, carbon isotopes, and a volcanic connection? Continue reading

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It’s The Isotopes, Jim…

So, some folks have looked at “Cold Fusion” (LENR) reactor electrodes and found very odd isotope ratios. “This matters”… Continue reading

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Silicon in Life

Silicon in life, and diatoms implications for C12 / C13 ratios and more. Continue reading

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