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Complaining about a problem
Without proposing a solution
Is called whining
- Go Teddy Roosevelt !

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People , feel free to copy and re-Post this ..

In the end, Mother Nature ALWAYS Stomps Politics flat, and the Scientific Process with peer reviews tells us how Nature actually works.

Why Climate Skeptics Are Wrong, Scientific American

First of all, I agree that whenever looking at just One or Two sets of data it is ALWAYS Possible to find :

A) apparent "counter-trends" and

B) the warming trend is tiny right Now - only a few degrees.

But, looking at ALL the sets of data together,
I answer :

A) as sampling error ,


B) as exponential growth Always
Starts small - then explodes upward
Completely out of control of mankind;

About B) exponential growth will inevitably tip our world to out of our control ; Think of an Atlantic hurricane - it starts off as a small dip in barometric pressure for a lil rain storm off the coast of Africa i.e. "just a few degrees" then the exponential growth gets powered up by HEAT in natural cycles ;
^^ yeah that's natural scientific laws working for, or against, you folks ; and ignorance of the law won't save your a*s - so by the time it hits the Eastern coasts on the Atlantic Ocean it is UNSTOPPABLE by humans.

When Hurricane Katrina comes
Knocking at your door every day of the week it is just too late to fix it folks >>

So I consider the Scientific American
Article below authoritative and conclusive on the Matter of Man-made global warming ..

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+Boston Children's Hospital converts MRI scans into 3-D-printed heart models in a matter of hours .. Amazing use of #STEM by #WOMENINSTEM

+Corina Marinescu
** This fantastic woman can change the course of medicine, she´s professor electrical engineering and computer science at MIT (amazing)

A fascinating new system from +CSAIL MIT and +Boston Children's Hospital converts MRI scans into 3-D-printed heart models in a matter of hours.
Golland and her colleagues will describe their new system at the International Conference on Medical Image Computing and Computer Assisted Intervention in October. Danielle Pace, an MIT graduate student in electrical engineering and computer science, is first author on the paper and spearheaded the development of the software that analyzes the MRI scans. Mehdi Moghari, a physicist at Boston Children’s Hospital, developed new procedures that increase the precision of MRI scans tenfold, and Andrew Powell, a cardiologist at the hospital, leads the project’s clinical work.

Wow ! This is for you +Sophia Nasr !

... Erik Kuulkers, the INTEGRAL project scientist at ESA's European Space Astronomy Centre in Madrid. "It is definitely a 'once in a professional lifetime' opportunity." ..

V404 Cygni has flared many times since the eruption began, with activity ranging from minutes to hours. "It repeatedly becomes the brightest object in the X-ray sky -- up to 50 times brighter than the Crab Nebula, which is normally one of the brightest sources," said Erik Kuulkers, the INTEGRAL project scientist at ESA's European Space Astronomy Centre in Madrid. "It is definitely a 'once in a professional lifetime' opportunity."

In a single week, flares from V404 Cygni generated more than 70 "triggers" of the Gamma-ray Burst Monitor (GBM) aboard Fermi. This is more than five times the number of triggers seen from all objects in the sky in a typical week. The GBM triggers when it detects a gamma-ray flare, then it sends numerous emails containing increasingly refined information about the event to scientists on duty.

Every time the GBM recovered from one trigger, V404 Cygni set it off again, resulting in a torrent of emails. The event prompted David Yu, a GBM scientist at the Max Planck Institute of Extraterrestrial Physics in Garching, Germany, to comment on social media: "Achievement Unlocked: Mailbox spammed by a blackhole."

Related Links

Swift detects the V404 Cygni outburst

Alert notice from the American Association of Variable Star Observers

NASA's Swift Satellite Discovers a New Black Hole in our Galaxy

Marc Cox commented on a post on Blogger.
Hi Tom,

What do you think about advances in material science such as
Superconductivity without cooling to provide energy distribution
will be pivotal in your equations for sustainability ?
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