Natural Dual-Forcing Climate Model

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The 2013 Sexagesimal climate model shows climate change is natural

Sexagesimal Hypothesis, a 60-Year Dual-Pattern Climate Model

IMPORTANT NOTE: The explanation of the sexagesimal hypothesis is based on the temperature graph displayed on the Climatic Research Unit homepage when this post was published on March 10, 2013. On April 15, 2013, the Climatic Research Unit and the

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The Multispace Diagram vs Minkowski’s Diagram

In 1905, Einstein discovered the special relativity of inertial frames of reference, which generalizes Galileo’s principle of relativity (that all uniform motion is relative, and that there is no absolute and well-defined state of rest). He based his theory on

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Minkowski’s Legacy

Today, Hermann Minkowski is most famous for introducing a two-dimensional space-time diagram to explain the Lorentz transformation of Special Relativity. Over the last century, this intuitive visual aid has helped clarify Einstein’s theory, significantly facilitating its dissemination to scientists and the general public.  However, according to Minkowski,

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July 2001: Warmingearth.com Advances Temperature Theory, Suggests Kyoto Protocol Be ‘Put On Hold’

NOTE:  This Press Release was first issued in July 23, 2001, and was based on global temperature data available at that time at the  U.S. National Climatic Data Center. See it at the PR Newswire Web site. Newer temperature statistics modify the

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