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Carbon and Freight Trains

Everyone seems to think that carbon dioxide goes into the atmosphere and sort of sits there like some invisible smoke, trapping outgoing IR like our automobile windshields and heating us up. Carbon dioxide is more like a freight train. Humans … Continue reading

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Further Musing on the Affinity of Magnetic North for Gravity Holes During the Laschamp Reversal.

We know so little about what this means that it may be helpful to focus on what the gravity geoid is not. The earth is NOT shaped like a potato. Vertical exaggeration is used on nearly all maps to keep them … Continue reading

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Simplified Path of Magnetic North During 41kya Reversal on Current Geoid

There was this really cool Hemholtz plot of the path of magnetic north during the last geomagnetic reversal from wander paths of sediments in the Black Sea. Had a sense that it was avoiding the geoid gravity high knob in Indonesia and decided … Continue reading

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Carbon Isotope Excursions and Carbon Limitation of Primary Productivity in the Biosphere

Carbon Isotope Excursions and Carbon Limitation of Primary Productivity in the Biosphere Gordon Lehman, Trunkmonkey, Gymnosperm; sheepherders, ignoramuses all Abstract The conception of natural history as an economic struggle was developed by Geerat Vermeij (1). “Supply side” interpretations of δ13C … Continue reading

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