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Race Recap: Akron Half Marathon

The decision to add the Akron Half Marathon to this year’s race calendar was late. I registered only 6 weeks out from race day. It was my 16th Half Marathon, and to spoil the results my 4th sub-2 hour race! 1,487 more words


40th Anniversary of the Mercy Health Glass City Marathon

ANNOUNCEMENT: I am happy to announce that I am an Ambassador for the 40th Anniversary of the Mercy Health Glass City Marathon! You can check out my profile… 989 more words


Making GCM client in Android and Application server in Ruby on Rails

It is always fun to play with new APIs and tools. GCM is not something I was getting my hands on for the first time but it changed completely since last time I did a project using this. 188 more words


How to approach Climate Change

To be brutally honest, climate science is not a passion of mine. This by no means is a refusal that climate change exists or a dismissal of its significance; it’s just an area that doesn’t generate enough interest for me to pursue. 441 more words

Scotland's last coal-fired power station to close in March

It’s only a matter of time before increasing dependency on renewables proves to be a mistake. Details from the BBC: RIP Longannet power station. 147 more words


Centinel2012 reblogged this on Centinel2012 and commented:

A very big mistake and soon to be followed here as we close down coal and drive thereby down its worth so George Soros can buy it all up and sell it to China.

Solar activity is declining—what to expect?

Some solar theories will be put to the test in the next few decades by the Sun’s ongoing behaviour patterns.

Is Earth slowly heading for a new ice age? 677 more words

Solar Physics

Centinel2012 reblogged this on Centinel2012 and commented:

This pattern matches the model I developed in 2007 almost exactly.

Halfway to Hell? – Alarmists are Growing Desperate in Their Efforts to Influence Public Opinion


Apparently, based initially on a 1975 “first intuition” by an economist (not a climate scientist), politicians have sought to limit global surface warming to 2 deg C above pre-industrial levels by restricting greenhouse gas emissions. 1,191 more words


Centinel2012 reblogged this on Centinel2012 and commented:

If you look back 2,000 years there is a very clear pattern of warm and cold periods alternating every ~500 years. The last cold period ended around 1650 so assuming that pattern is still in play it will be warming until 2150 however since this is a continuous or wave effect we have already passed the point of rapid increases and are now is a period of slow increases. This pattern accounts for most of the observed recent increased in global temperatures.