• Yesterday, 07:48 PM
I'm so glad you said Canadian idiot, because that narrows it down a lot. I'm thinking that you are thinking Montreal.
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• Yesterday, 07:44 PM
This case was dismissed last month. This month Wagner begins an appeal. (Also there is in Hawaii a retrial of one issue left over from the 2004...
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• Yesterday, 04:32 PM
Either I've misunderstood you, or you've misunderstood the paper. They assume the stratosphere is isothermal at 200k and the troposphere behaves...
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• Yesterday, 04:18 PM
Sometimes u-substitution can be tricky to find. \int \, \frac{x^2 -1 }{\left( x^2 + 1 \right)^2} \, dx \int \, \tan x \, dx \int \, \frac{33 x^5...
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• Yesterday, 02:16 PM
Integration by parts relies on the product rule of derivatives: D = u D + Dv = u v' + u' v leads to uv =\int u v' dx \, + \, \int u' v dx or \int u...
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• Yesterday, 11:07 AM
rpenner replied to a thread E=mc^2 in Physics & Math
That's not a problem, that's a convention you choose to adopt. And it's not very general since light is governed also by E^2 = (mc^2)^2 + (pc)^2 but...
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• Yesterday, 06:40 AM
That's part of the point though. The framework I have laid out in my head uses renewable energy, processes multiple waste streams, and produces...
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• Yesterday, 01:30 AM
This paper may be of some interest to the discussion regarding whether or not it's possible to turn Earth into Venus at this time. Runaway and...
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• 05-21-13, 07:15 PM
Speaking as someone with many years of work within the mainstream physics research community in the areas of quantum field theory and curved...
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• 05-21-13, 06:15 PM
rr6, there is a set of sub-forums at this site for personal ideas/theories/random nonsense/guesses, this particular sub-forum is not the place. I can...
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• 05-21-13, 06:10 PM
This is actually the question which amounts to my GCSE (aged 16 exams here in the UK) maths coursework many moons ago. The question was to work out...
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• 05-21-13, 06:08 PM
I'm going to sing the doom song now!
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• 05-21-13, 05:09 PM
He doesn't have moderaTor powers in this subforum, I moderate this subfourm. I will decide what, if amy action to take when I get home, an event...
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• 05-21-13, 03:22 PM
This is part of what the problem was - I was taking this into consideration (any hydrocarbon polymer is feed stock). It also was never just oil that...
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• 05-21-13, 01:47 PM
This... Doesn't make any sense Billy... Here's what I said: Maybe you should re-read it? Which would make it more sensitive to changes in...
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• 05-21-13, 01:36 PM
Sometimes Oil migrates downwards, you know. In the Earths crust, fluid flow is dominated by pressure differences (wow, I remember stuff from...
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• 05-21-13, 06:37 AM
You also suggested that you couldn't see how it might have accumulated bioticaly, lending credence to abiotic oil. But there's something you need to...
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• 05-21-13, 06:33 AM
Venus shows no evidence of plate tectonics. No plate tectonics means no recycling of organic and inorganic carbon back into the mantle through...
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• 05-21-13, 06:29 AM
Oh yeah, I meant to mention, the reason it doesn't appear to be accumulating in the famously poor soil has to do with why the soil is famously poor...
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• 05-20-13, 05:56 PM
I think you are looking for x-session-manager and its related packages for your desktop manager. This looks like it is still in raring (Ubuntu...
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• 05-20-13, 05:16 PM
In the Gnome 2 versions of Ubuntu (back a few years ago) you could set an option so it automatically reloaded the windows you had open when you last...
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• 05-20-13, 04:53 PM
Street ends is not entirely appropriate for while all streets that don't loop back on themselves end, many end as T or L intersections with another...
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• 05-20-13, 04:03 PM
California started the conspiracy to rebrand a largely vagrant workforce as inscrutable and exotic foreigners building the trans-continental...
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• 05-20-13, 01:48 PM
The whole purpose of a scientific model is to make precision predictions of the behavior of the universe over a wide domain of situations. There is...
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• 05-20-13, 01:33 PM
Figure three supports everything I have said, it gives a net sequestration by biota as soil and detritus of 60Pg C/yr
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• 05-20-13, 06:55 AM
Rain foirests are a carbon sink, they permanently sequester carbon (for example, peat beds and soils). They are the fastest responding carbon sink,...
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• 05-20-13, 04:32 AM
Not precisely. You would need a precise method of constructing a tangent line to the parabola of the graph in the t-x plane of the equation x = a + b...
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• 05-19-13, 10:45 PM
I didn't address biotic systems, nor did I address marin systems. I addressed terrestrial systems - CO2 dissolves in rivers and cloud droplets as...
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• 05-19-13, 09:59 PM
Trippy replied to a thread Carbon Sequestration in Earth Science
I must confess to having had similar thoughts, however, I still have been unable to find these laws that Billy T is referring to.
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