Louise Riofrio has a new Kickstarter project to highlight her cosmological theory.
Two of them gearing up for use after success in mice.
Well, that seems like a bit of good news.
…isn’t just ripping its customers off, it’s endangering their health.
I rarely shop there. The prices are outrageous, and the benefits vastly overstated. “Organic” is largely a scam. I never pay a premium for it.
Bendable solar cells, much thinner than a human hair.
It may be happening:
The policy significance of this issue is clear: if we are headed to a mid-20th century solar minimum, or a Grand Solar Minimum for the next two centuries, this will offset greenhouse warming to some extent. The extent of the offset depends on whether climate sensitivity to CO2 is on the larger or smaller end of the range of estimates, and the magnitude of the solar impact. But the sign of the solar offset is becoming increasingly clear: towards cooling.
One of the reasons I’ve been skeptical about claims that carbon will be catastrophic is the willful insistence on ignoring the sun, and I can’t think of any reason to do it than because we don’t understand it, and therefore it can’t be included in the hysterical modeling, and it can’t fit the narrative. I continue to believe that what we don’t understand about climate is much greater than what we do.
[Update a few minutes later]
Is the dam bursting? Climate researchers who have previously denigrated solar activity as being insignificant are now warning of a new mini ice age.
I really have trouble taking any of this seriously.
I’d been aware of their plans for large-scale activity in cislunar space (and even talk about it in the monograph), but this is the first I’d heard that they are offering to purchase water in space, with a price for various locations.
Sort of related: Seeing on Twitter that they’re laying people off today. Not sure what that means.
Here’s the story at the Denver Post. Looks like about 10% company wide. A literal decimation.