Michael Seifert
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What happens with the isogonic lines at the South Pole?
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An isogonic line is a point of constant magnetic declination, i.e. a line where the angle between geographic north and magnetic north is some particular value. (Or, equivalently, geographic south &...

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How are we going to handle oxygen shortage problem arising due to massive usage of current fossil fuel combustion and future Hydrogen fuel cell tech?
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Atmospheric oxygen levels have in fact been declining. Current estimates indicate that the level is decreasing at a rate of approximately 19 parts per million per year. This would mean that it would ...

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