Monthly Archives: April 2020

“The Faces of Time” with Simon Shnoll

Even before Simon Shnoll gave this video interview in 2003, I was fortunate to visit him in Pushchino at the Biophysics laboratory of Russian Academy of Science in 1996. I was very interested in their work and they were also … Continue reading

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405,000 year cycle in Earth Eccentricity found in 215 million years of climate

One of the four main Milankovitch cycles is a 405,000 year fluctuation in the Earth’s orbital eccentricity. This means that the Earth’s orbit gets more and less circular over that period, affecting the extremes of climate. The variation is due … Continue reading

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