Monthly Archives: November 2011

Indonesia connect the dots with quakes.

A couple of days ago (week) I was sayng that Indnesia had not has a quake for a while. Well one look at the map and you can see the curve of that island nation in connect the dots style. … Continue reading

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What are new versions of desktop computers going to bring us?

While I am testing and getting familiar with Windows 8, using the developer preview, I am asking myself the question, What are new versions of desktop computers going to bring us? I can remember the beginning of the personal computer, … Continue reading

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Global warming, not so bad afterall

A new study suggests that while global warming by raising CO2 is going to happen but the scary predictions that most outlets are trying to scare us all with are not. The new study, by including older data from “paleoclimate” … Continue reading

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Climategate 2:

More emails between scientists were released today, with the release coming just before another set of UN sponsored climate talks. It appears that the people who stole the emails and released them are trying to again cause issues with the climate talks. … Continue reading

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Bolivia Earthquake

Interesting earthquake in Bolivia today. When I got the announcement of a 6.2 in Bolivia I was afraid at first that there may have been a lot of damage or deaths. A 6.2 in other parts of the world has … Continue reading

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Earthquakes and more predictions-ish

Ok 3 places I am glad I am not tonight, Turkey, Indonesia and New Zealand. It’s cold in the eastern mountains of Turkey at night and there are still people there sheltering in tents and they are having more aftershocks … Continue reading

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Predicting Earthquakes

Predicting earthquakes is supposed to be impossible, although there are a few of us who think that things like earthquake storms and stress analysis of faults will give us one way to do it. Bt there are other was that … Continue reading

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