Tag Archives: Ice Age

Imaginary Threats Everywhere

Velvet Glove Iron Fist: The deadly coronavirus that has infected hundreds of people in China and has now spread to the USA is the biggest global public health threat we have seen for some years. Naturally, therefore, the World Health Organisation spent yesterday putting … Continue reading

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Building Models

Ricky Gervais didn’t mince words at the Golden Globes: Delingpole: Ricky Gervais Deserves a Medal for Roasting the Wankerati at the Golden Globes At the same event, Jennifer Aniston read out a message from Russell Crowe: “Make no mistake, the … Continue reading

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A Polyhedral Global Climate Model

A Very Happy New Year to all my readers. I’m continuing to to slowly develop my little climate simulation model. In recent months I’ve included into it a Keplerian orbital simulation model that allows me to find solar radiation incident … Continue reading

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Playful Ideas

I think playfully. I like to have fun with ideas. I don’t take them too seriously. I think that if you take ideas too seriously, you’re likely to get stuck in them. My theory of ice ages is one of … Continue reading

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Another Explanation For Hawaii

For the past two years I’ve been developing an idea about how ice ages work. It’s a very simple idea. And the very simple idea is that when large areas of the surface of the Earth get covered in deep … Continue reading

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Future Energy Supplies

I’ve been wondering this morning what will power the world not just in 100 years time, but in 1000 years time. I don’t think we’ll be using coal or oil or gas in 1000 years time, because there’ll quite likely … Continue reading

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The Thunberg Regime

I ought to be interested in the debate about Boris’ Brexit Deal in Parliament today, but I’m not, perhaps because: Remain supporters have hatched a plan to ensure Boris Johnson will be forced to ask for a Brexit extension even … Continue reading

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