Sis 2.0 This is Art

Asking too much?
Postwar climate research in Norway, 1947-1961
Magnus Vollset
AHKR, University of Bergen
Following the extremely dry summer of 1947, the head of the Norwegian Water Resources and Electricity Works, Fredrik Vogt, wrote a concerned letter to the Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters asking if the climate was changing, and if this would be possible to predict. Vogt was worried about the future stability of Norwegian hydropower: “If you can develop fairly reliable prognosis for climate variations in the coming years or decades, this would be of great practical importance for
how we manage the power supply.” In response, the Academy established a
multidisciplinary taskforce, which gave birth to an Institute for Weather and Climate Research. Parallel to this, the Meteorological Office had its own section for climate. However, by the time the Institute closed in 1960, the question of climate prediction was long forgotten.
This paper investigates Norwegian postwar climate research through stud

2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 Chevrolet Trailblazer GMC Yukon P0440 trouble code check engine light purge valve solenoid

The P0440 code said change the purge valve solenoid. This brings gas fumes From the fuel tank canister to the engine.

First unplug the vacuum brake booster.

Then disconnect the valve from the bracket with a flat screw driver. This gives you some space.

Then squeeze the plug on both sides with fingers only and pull off. Gently. Then there is a tab you must lift up on the other plug. You can get to it all from under the hood. Don’t bust the tabs or force anything!

Only use your fingers.
This fixed it!

Atmosphere Endangered Endangering

Margret Mead was married to Greg Bateson.

The Editors 

Organizing Committee 

Harry Davis Bruner 
David Garvin 
James F. Haggerty 
William W. Kellogg 
J. F. Lovelock 
Margaret Mead 
James Peterson 
David P. Rail 
Walter O. Roberts 



Mm Jacqueline Beaujeu-Gamier 

Centre de Recherches d ’Analyse de 
l’Espace, Paris 

Mr Anthony J Broderick 
D.O.T. Transportation Systems 
Centre, Massachusetts 

Professor Wallace S Broecker 
Lamont-Doherty Geological 
Observatory of Columbia 

Professor Cyril Brosset 
Swedish Water and Air Pollution 
Research Laboratory 

Professor Harrison S Brown 
California Institute of Technology 

Dr Harry Davis Bruner 
Division of Biomedical and 
Environmental Research, ERDA 

Dr David Garvin 
National Bureau of Standards, 
Washington DC 

Dr Richard S Greeley 
Energy, Resources and 
Environmental Systems, The 
MITRE Corporation 

Dr Eric Hannah 

Department of Physics, Princeton 


Professor John Imbri 
Department of Geological Sciences, 
Brown University 

Dr William W Kellogg 
National Center for Atmospheric 
Research, Colorado 

Dr Joseph Knox 

Physic^ Department, Lawrence 

Livermore Laboratory 

Dr James E Lovelock 

Dr James D McQuigg, Director 
Center for Climatic and 
Environmental Assessment, 

Dr Margaret Mead 

Dr Murray Mitchell Jr 
Environmental Data Service, 

Mrs Brooke D Mordy 
The Center for the Study of 
Democratic Institutions, California 

Dr Wendell A Mordy 
The Center for the Study of 
Democratic Institutions, California 

Dr Toshiichi Okita 
Institute ofPublic Health, Japan 

Dr James T Peterson 
Meteorology Laboratories, National 
Environmental Research Center, 

Professor John P Holdren 
Energy and Resources Prog 
University of California 


Mr Norman W Pirie 
Rothamsted Experimental Station, 

Dr David P Rail 

National Institute of Environmental 
Health Sciences, North Carolina 

Professor Jack Richardson 
National University of Canberra 

Dr Walter O Roberts 
Aspen Institute for Humanistic 
Studies, Colorado 

Dr G D Robinson 

Center for the Environment and 

Man Inc, Connecticut 

I)r Stephen H Schneider 
National Center for Atmosphenc 
Research, Colorado 

Professor Raymond S Sleeper 
University of Tennessee 

Mr John Stroud 
Simon Frasier University, 

British Columbia 

Dr J Dana Thompson 

Dr Edith Brown Weiss 
Department of Civil Engineering 
and Politics, Princeton University 

Ms Barbara West 
National Academy of Sciences, 
Washington DC 

Dr George M Woodwell 
Marine Biological Laboratory, 

Dr Charles A Zraket 
The MITRE Corporation 

Rock Engine For Power and Carbon Dioxide Control

My MA paleoclimatology paper helped me get a B. My idea was to use Sonics, cavitation and explosives to accelerate the weathering of mafic rocks including olivine. 1.4 mm of olive rock flour spread evenly across the globe would change the PH of systems, fertilize biosystems, and create heat. It would also bring atmosphere Co2 concentrations to 0.
I can’t find this paper I wrote but he here was that I quoted.

They have built a C02 reactor that takes Olivine rock slurry and converts the heat into products and power.

CO2 Removal With Enhanced Weathering and Ocean Alkalinity Enhancement: Potential Risks and Co-benefits for Marine Pelagic Ecosystems

Lennart T. Bach1,2*Sophie J. Gill3Rosalind E. M. Rickaby3Sarah Gore4 and Phil Renforth5


by Jason Thompson