Tag Archives: Ice Age

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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Motorbikes and War Machines

Yesterday was a big day for me. I finally managed to bolt an atmosphere on top of my computer heat flow model of the Earth, gently tighten the nuts, and watch a pretty good steady state simulation of terrestrial heat … Continue reading

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Dynamics v. Steady States

When I was about 5 or 6 – or whatever age I was when our family lived in Gambia, West Africa – my mother once explained to me the theory of evolution, as being the idea that plants and animals … Continue reading

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Hot Springs and Supervolcanoes

I can’t think about smoking bans all the time. And this morning’s thought was: we’re going to defeat these people. We’re going to destroy Tobacco Control. And actually it’s inevitable that we will. I’m interested in lots of other things … Continue reading

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An Electrical Analogue Model of Ice Ages

I got quite a strong response from the climate (sceptic) community for my Theory Of Ice Ages. Tallbloke reblogged my post on his blog. But quite a few people were having trouble getting their heads round the idea of a … Continue reading

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