Tag Archives: water

Is There Life In Uranus? (Or your Neptune…)

Do the conditions of warm water, mud, and minerals needed for life exist inside the “ice giants” of Uranus and Saturn? I think so. Continue reading

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A Very Good Test Of CO2 As “Warming” Finds It Doesn’t

A very good analysis of how CO2 does not warm several layers of the atmosphere and how surface data is really not fit for purpose. It’s the water vapor and the Urban Heat Islands that make the surface temperatures change. Continue reading

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What Happens When Sparky Car Sits In A Puddle?

Inside a Tesla motor after the car was underwater for a few days… I suggest avoiding deep puddles… Continue reading

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Easier salt removal from sea water, mining lithium and more – 1 new tech.

Use of artificial membranes with selective pores to sort Li+ from Na+ from K+ from… Good for both Li+ enrichment in mining and perhaps eventually mining sea water while making fresh water. Continue reading

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