Monday, January 22, 2018

The Boring Tale of Nuna

This is also called Nuna, about 1.5 billion years ago.  There's news today about people finding a slice of it in Autstralia.  That's why I have called it "Happy Nuna Day'.  You can go out and celebrate.

However, the interesting chart is this Supercontinental Cycle.

Derived from zircons.  This is also a global temperature cycle.  When the continents get together, it is very hot, but it doesn't kill life.  If you are into Social Physics, please ignore this.

No comments: