Monthly Archives: July 2023

Cars as Transport and the Move to Electric

I’ve been analysing output and production figures for electricity. There is a hell of a lot of assumption based with power. ‘Demand is the amount of energy that is required,’ being one. I did a few calculations at a specific point in time and checked the demand. This was 28GW. So, then I decided to […]

Holey Ionosphere Batman

There is recent evidence that recent space launches such as the ones by SpaceX may have punched holes in the Ionosphere, especially if rocket engines are still full active at 150-220 miles above the surface. The Ionosphere is an area of electrically charged particles that range from about 30-600 miles about the earth’s surface and […]

Man Made CO2 based Climate Change?

The problem I have is fitting the evidence together. The Keeling curve if you look at it superficially matches the level of CO2 that human production and fossil fuel use does. So, that is proof in itself that it is true. But it’s almost more of a Keeling line than a Keeling curve, it only […]

Is Science in a Constant State?

Modelling – If your assumptions are wrong and your formula is wrong you’re almost guaranteed to be wrong, but sometimes you will be right. Modelling, especially high-speed computer modelling is now the preferred option to experiment by most professionals. You can infer so much more so much faster. With a model for a true value […]