Look up and smell the icicles.
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.
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