Could Fermat’s theorem and the principle of least action apply to the atmosphere’s response to increasing CO2? And show that … Continue reading The principle of least action calls into question atmosphere warming by CO2
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There goes the notion of a zero-emission vehicle. The chief suspect is vanadium, which ‘was the… Continue reading Air pollution from brake dust may be as harmful as diesel exhaust on immune cells – new study
Greta Thunberg was recently overheard arranging a berth for herself on a ship heading to Antarctica, on a great berg … Continue reading How many anagrams of Greta Thunberg can you find in this text?
For me and no doubt many of you, Sci-Fi is a favourite film genre. For that reason I find it … Continue reading Why is nearly all Sci-Fi dystopian?
“Mother!” – film review About a quarter of the way through Mother! you realise that it is a burlesque, a … Continue reading Mother!
Posted by “it doesn’t add up” on WattsUpWithThat, 10 Aug, 10:22am, 2019 I’ve done a lot of research on … Continue reading The great UK power cut on 9 Aug 2019 – caused by too much wind power
There was quite some controversy about the final series 8 of Game of Thrones. Some fans of Danaerys Targaryen were … Continue reading Some thoughts on the ending of Game Of Thrones
Researchers have always been curious as to past climates where the earth was sometimes much colder and mostly ice covered, … Continue reading The cult of carbon dioxide is leading palaeo-climate research on a road to nowhere
“Dumbo” the movie, 2019 Review We watched the movie “Dumbo” as a group of family and friends on the occasion … Continue reading Dumbo, 2019, movie review
About 2.6 million years ago, an oddly bright light arrived in the prehistoric sky and lingered there for weeks or … Continue reading Supernova:a possible cause of mass extinction at the dawn of the Pleistocene