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I am inspired by the above article. You just don't do that! You may know something but you don't get picked up by the main media. It is best to stay in a tiny world, away from the main powers.
That is why I munge things up for [...]
This article was a hoot. I made my comments, and all the comments are hilarious.
I MADE 'GUARDIAN PICK'!! Waited a long time for that.
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The plumes are getting mucky. This big one about to hit the coast has two combined. It should hit high and bring down a nice snowstorm. Since we have no ocean current maps, I don't know what's going on, but they are very weak now hitting the [...]
Japan was the last country making the big steel reactor vessels. But if you read the stories, they were all old men working. They have died of over-work.
We, the old nuclear guys, are turning over in our graves, or munching [...]
The Mississippian Period brachiopod fossils Productus wortheni found
in the Knobstone Formation of Clark County, Indiana, USA. What is nice is the cast and its negative still in the matrix. Note the small divots in the negative marking where spines [...]
They are still being generated in the west Pacific and coming over us. However, they are getting weaker and weaker. The sea temps are showing a slight uptick in the Gulf of Mexico, but I don't how reliable these things are now. Ocean currents [...]
The website Rivers Without Boundaries is reporting that works have now started to clear the landslide dam at Bureya Reservoir in Russia
The post Bureya Reservoir: blasting has started to clear the landslide dam appeared first on The Landslide Blog.
Joerg Schaefer and Gisela Winckler, scientists at Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, received funding from the Center for Climate and Life to examine the vulnerability of Greenland’s massive ice
The 34th IAS meeting on sedimentology will take place in Rome from 10-13 September, 2019. There are several sessions that are of interest to the paleoseismology community, and session 7.11 is especially devoted to past earthquakes: 7.11: The [...]
Guest commentary from Laure Zanna (U. Oxford) and G. Jake Gebbie (WHOI) Two recent papers, (hereafter ZKGIH19) and (hereafter GH19), independently reconstructed ocean heat content (OHC) changes prior to the instrumentally-based records (which start [...]