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From Enthusiasm To Zealotry

I get enthusiastic about ideas. When, on 15 February 2013, a small asteroid exploded over Chelyabinsk, and on the same day the larger asteroid 2012 DA14 passed within 28,000 km of the Earth, and NASA immediately declared that the two … Continue reading

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Wave The Magic Wand

I was thinking about magic and magic wands and magical thinking this morning when I came across something Leggie had written, which contained an image And I thought: There’s the magic wand I’m looking for. Leggie said it was Nisakiman’s … Continue reading

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Snowball Earth

Life goes on. Given my current interest in ice ages, I naturally took a lot of interest in Youtube’s Snowball Earth, when some 700 million years ago there was ice covering the entire planet. According to Wikipedia: Global temperature fell so … Continue reading

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Hot Air

I’ve gotten a lot more interested in global warming/climate change over the past four months. I was gradually losing interest in it up until then, because it all seemed a bit passé. Is anyone much interested in it these days? … Continue reading

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Fanatics

It’s sunny in the UK. We’ve actually had three successive days of sun. It seems this is a record. Monday is set to become the hottest early May Bank Holiday on record with 23.6C to beat. I wonder how long it’ll take for … Continue reading

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Living In A New Dark Age

I’ve been building a heat flow simulation model for the past few months. It’s been a return to a familiar world, because I used to work with heat flow simulation models 40 years ago, in my university days before I … Continue reading

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The Man Who Will Be King

I started watching a YouTube video about Highgrove House last night. It’s where Prince Charles lives. And it was about the garden he’d created there. And it had TV gardener Alan Titchmarsh fronting it. It’s not the sort of thing … Continue reading

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