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Pacific Walker Circulation and the tropospheric CO2 growth rate – Part 2

Pacific Walker Circulation and the tropospheric CO2 growth rate – Part 2
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My objective in the second of this two-part series is to introduce a model that I call the Meridional Overturning Mediated Carbon Cycle between the Lithosphere and the Atmosphere. In Part 1 (Pacific Walker circulation and the tropospheric CO2 growth rate - BIG Media), I...
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Brightest and hungriest black hole detected

(BBC News) The most luminous object ever detected has been spied in the distant Universe. It is a quasar – the bright core of a...

London court to rule on Assange extradition appeal

(Al Jazeera Media Network) London’s High Court has scheduled two days of hearings on Tuesday and Wednesday to decide whether WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange...

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The Robbers Cave experiment’s important lesson for DEI

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In this article, we examine keystone ideas from the psychology of group behaviour in the light of diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI). The evaluation...
Are we throwing away our energy security?

Are we throwing away our energy security?

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In North America, we don’t think enough about energy security. We have had abundant, affordable energy at our fingertips for so long that we...
Renewables fail to deliver when energy supply is most critical

Renewables fail to deliver when energy supply is most critical

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Last week, Western Canada dealt with a cold snap we have not seen in several years. Temperatures dropped to -50C in some parts of...

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Head for your underground bunker – a solar eclipse is on the way

On April 8 of this year, a total solar eclipse will be witnessed in many parts of Mexico, the United States, and Canada. Dubbed...

Crucial information for new Super Bowl fans

I have an important tip for the millions of new fans tuning in to watch the Super Bowl today: If you are rooting for the...

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Top 10 lessons learned from working with incredible journalists over the last 3 years

In celebrating the third birthday of BIG Media Ltd. today, I present my ... Top 10 lessons learned from working with an incredible team of...

The search for truth need not be an epic journey through time and misery

I have been reading many comments and quotes lately about how "the truth will eventually be revealed" – as in, it may take several...

Emergencies Act ruling should have surprised no one

Many Canadians were taken off guard this week when a judge ruled that the federal government's implementation of the Emergencies Act on February 14,...

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