Monthly Archives: November 2015

Ammonium: 1 – The Proxy War

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An academic debate between the massed ranks of Settled Science and the more solitary Solar Scientists has been festering since the 1990s. This isn’t a regular, standard issue academic debate. This is a proxy war between the Anthropomorphic Brigade of … Continue reading

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Frozen Fauna

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One of the important concepts that Earth Scientists should be aware of is that Life on Earth is generally deemed to be dormant at −18 °C [or below]. Food stored at or below −18 °C (0 °F) is safe indefinitely. … Continue reading

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The Anammox Amendment

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A knowledge gap in the Nitrogen Cycle was first identified in 1932. In 1932, it was reported that dinitrogen gas was generated via an unknown mechanism during fermentation in the sediments of Lake Mendota, Wisconsin, USA. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anammox From the 1940s … Continue reading

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The Little Ice Age

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François Matthes introduced The Little Ice Age into the mainstream narrative in 1939 and within a decade the storyline of The Little Ice Age was firmly established as a period of glacier advances between 1600 and 1850 AD. The Little … Continue reading

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The Medieval Warm Period and The Heinsohn Horizon

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The Medieval Warm Period was originally proposed by Hubert Lamb in 1965. The Medieval Warm Period (MWP) is generally thought to have occurred from about AD 950–1250, during the European Middle Ages. In 1965 Hubert Lamb, one of the first … Continue reading

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Mike Baillie and The Heinsohn Horizon

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Mike Baillie is a leading expert in dendrochronology. Michael G. L. “Mike” Baillie is Professor Emeritus of Palaeoecology at Queen’s University of Belfast, in Northern Ireland. Baillie is a leading expert in dendrochronology, or dating by means of tree-rings. In … Continue reading

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Isotopic Tree Thermometers and The Heinsohn Horizon

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In 1976 Leona Libby introduced the world to Isotopic Tree Thermometers. Libby showed that the atmospheric ratio of stable hydrogen and oxygen isotopes is preserved in tree-rings and demonstrated that this isotopic ratio is determined by atmospheric temperatures [at the … Continue reading

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The Universal Newton

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The pure mathematics underlying Newton’s Law of Universal Gravitation is straightforward. Newton’s law of universal gravitation states that any two bodies in the universe attract each other with a force that is directly proportional to the product of their masses … Continue reading

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Heinsohn and The Missing Trees

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One of the problems researchers encounter as they work their way back through history towards the Heinsohn Horizon is that trees have an alarming tendency to disappear into the oblivion of the Academic Abyss. Working backwards through the mainstream historical … Continue reading

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Somos de Málaga

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Málaga Turismo: Nov 2015 Featuring: Pablo Alborán , Manuel Alcantara, Carlos Alvarez, Antonio Banderas, Manuel Bandera, Maria Barranco, Mª Teresa Campos, Terelu Campos, Remedios Cervantes, Chiquito De La Calzada, Javier Conde, David Delfin, Nuria Fergó, Bibiana Fernandez, Dani Garcia, Jose … Continue reading

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Patrick Wood: Technocracy Rising

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Patrick Wood is an author and lecturer who has studied Gobalization since the 1970s. Patrick Wood is an author and lecturer who has studied elite globalization policies since the late 1970’s, when he partnered with the late Antony C. Sutton to … Continue reading

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Heinsohn and The Eclipse Record

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R. R. Newton [amongst other things] analysed historic eclipse records to develop an understanding of the Earth’s rotation over the last two thousand years. Robert Russell Newton, also R. R. Newton (July 7, 1918 – June 2, 1991) was an … Continue reading

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The Roman Warm Period

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Wikipedia isn’t impressed with the “proposed” and “popularized” Roman Warm Period. The Roman Warm Period or the Roman climatic optimum has been proposed as a period of unusually warm weather in Europe and the North Atlantic that ran from approximately … Continue reading

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Lost Lunar Librations

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The casual observer could anticipate that the Moon would display some irregular movements as its buffeted by the variable Solar Wind [and the associated Interplanetary Magnetic Field]. This should be especially true when its moving against the flow of the … Continue reading

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World Bank Drops A Word

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The World Bank is getting a little forgetful. This is only to be expected when an organisation is in its dotage. The World Bank was created at the 1944 Bretton Woods Conference, along with three other institutions, including the International … Continue reading

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The Clockwork Moon

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The orbital velocity of the Moon is a curious beast. From a Heliocentric perspective the Moon and the Earth are orbiting the Sun with exactly the same average velocity. However, the orbital speed of the Moon varies as it weaves … Continue reading

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Terence Kealey: The Philosophy of Science

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Terence Kealey is a [very] British biochemist who has developed a intriguing sideline as an entertaining [and thought provoking] public speaker. George Terence Evelyn Kealey (born 16 February 1952) is a British biochemist who was Vice-Chancellor of the University of … Continue reading

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The New American Century for The New American Diet

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Every day is Christmas at The United States Department of Agriculture [aka USDA] and the beneficiaries of their largess are doing their best to end hunger in the United States. USDA: FY 2015 Budget Summary and Annual Performance Plan http://www.obpa.usda.gov/budsum/FY15budsum.pdfContinue reading

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A Mediterranean Mystery [with a Saros solution]

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The waters of the Mediterranean are relatively calm and on a still day the sea at my favourite beach [Almayate – which is close to Malaga, Spain] can be as calm as a millpond. The tidal range at Almayate is … Continue reading

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Merkel & Hollande: Road To War Roadshow

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Having outstayed their welcome in their own countries the Merkel & Hollande Roadshow brought their popular policies to the European Parliament in October. Angela Merkel was extremely glum as she listened to François Hollande prattle on whilst wondering whether this … Continue reading

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