On the Kardashev scale, our civilization ranks at zero. That does not sound all that good, especially given that the … Continue reading Seeing is believing
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We breathe and we eat. Oxygen and carbohydrates. Oxygenator and fuel. One key ingredient to life on Earth is photosynthesis. … Continue reading Observing the Earth’s climate 1/2
I will confess something. After having lived close to 15 years in Northern Norway, scenes like the one above appear … Continue reading The least spectacular beach in Andøy
Recently, we took a closer look at the water on the rather smooth sphere we live on. But how about … Continue reading About our atmosphere.
If there is one thing that may not be so fantastic about living under the Northern Lights in Gulfstream-warmed Northern … Continue reading The One Thing I Want To Experience Before I Die
”Hey you, Jan… do you believe in the Big Bang?” The question was asked in such a way that it … Continue reading Don’t call me an idiot if you want me to listen