Category Archives: Gaia

Ice Ages – still a mystery

For  several  million years the Earth has experienced regular galciations followed by shorter warmer periods roughly every 100,000 years. What causes this seemingly regular climate oscillation ? The textbook answer is that they are initiated by  changes in the Earth’s … Continue reading

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Water World

Abstract: A model is described for an Earth like planet “Water World”  with a surface 100%  covered in water able to self-regulate it’s temperature as incident solar radiation increases by a third. The model assumes that convective clouds increase while normalized greenhouse … Continue reading

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The elephant in the room

One thing that will not be addressed in Copenhagen is the damage done by an  ever growing human population on the natural balance of the Earth. This is  the real elephant in the room which eventually we must have to … Continue reading

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