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Do You Believe in the Theory of Gravity?


Gravity is just a theory. Sir Issac Newton tried to quantify it. In  Principia, published in 1687, he deduced the application of the inverse square law. Where F is the force, m1 and m2 are the masses of the objects interacting, r is the distance between the centers of the masses and G is the gravitational constant. The theory was only partially successul. It helped predict the…

A reconstruction of the Earth's global mean temperature over the last 784,000 years, on the left of the graph, followed by a projection to 2100 based on new calculations of the climate's sensitivity to greenhouse gases (Friedrich, et al. (2016))

Trump and the Laws of Physics


President-elect Trump – it makes WC a little nauseous to say that, but it’s the reality – has repeatedly said climate change is a Chinese hoax. He has promised to reverse President Obama’s climate initiatives, and to take the U.S. out of all climate change treaties. The president-elect has chosen a climate change denier and…