Monthly Archives: July 2014
I’ve mentioned before, in passing, that I feel many wind turbines look beautiful. Today, I’m starting a series of photos of turbines.
It’s midsummer, and time to hear from Doc Snow, and some “Laughin’ Fool Blues”.
Steven Colbert: Splashin’ alkanes, cycloalkanes, asphaltenes, and aromatic hydrocarbons at “Nature ‘Nuffies”
My only improvement is to suggest all practitioners be required to remain behind the belching tailpipes for at least an hour. It would be good for the gene pool.
Modeling done with a Bayesian Rauch-Tung-Striebel algorithm, estimating priors of variance for observations and state by using a stationary bootstrap for the series using Politis and Romano algorithm.
Nicely done editorial from Professor (of Economics) Martin Wolf, of the Financial Times. (There’s a possible paywall there, at FT, but, IMO, it’s worth it.)
… I don’t know if we can get to where we need to go without significant, economy-impacting demand side reductions, as mentioned in the speech. And President Obama’s administration seems to be choosing economy over danger. And natural gas is … Continue reading
This is why small effects in the climate system can have BIG consequences. Even if the percentage change of CO2 due to human effects as a proportion of total atmospheric mass is very small, the consequences can, be, well, of … Continue reading
This happened about a half hour ago. It’s all downhill from here! Well, until periheilion any way. We are at the farthest point from the Sun we’ll be for about a year.