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Basic Climate Physics #1 Howard “Cork” Hayden, Prof. Emeritus of Physics, UConn, corkhayden@comcast.net
Abstract: One fact at a time
This short essay is the first in a short series about basic (meaning all-inclusive) physics that pertains to the subject of climate.
Bear in mind that my purpose is not to engage in details about wind, rain, snow, storms, historical climatology, Milankovitch cycles, or any of the common topics discussed about climate.
What I will discuss is some simple physics.


Basic Climate Physics #2 Howard “Cork” Hayden, Prof. Emeritus of Physics, UConn, corkhayden@comcast.net
Abstract: One fact at a time
This short essay is the second in a short series about basic (meaning all-inclusive) physics that pertains to the subject of climate.
Bear in mind that my purpose is not to engage in details about wind, rain, snow, storms, historical climatology, Milankovitch cycles, or any of the common topics discussed about climate. What I will discuss is some simple physics.


Basic Climate Physics #3 Howard “Cork” Hayden, Prof. Emeritus of Physics, UConn, corkhayden@comcast.net
Abstract: One fact at a time This short essay is the third in a short series about basic (meaning all-inclusive) physics that pertains to the subject of climate. Bear in mind that my purpose is not to engage in details about wind, rain, snow, storms, historical climatology, Milankovitch cycles, or any of the common topics discussed about climate. What I will discuss is some simple physics.

Basic Climate Physics #4 Howard “Cork” Hayden, Prof. Emeritus of Physics, UConn, corkhayden@comcast.net
Abstract: One fact at a time
This short essay is the fourth in a short series about basic (meaning all-inclusive) physics that pertains to the subject of climate. Bear in mind that my purpose is not to engage in details about wind, rain, snow, storms, historical climatology, Milankovitch cycles, or any of the common topics discussed about climate. What I will discuss is some simple physics.


Basic Climate Physics #5 Howard “Cork” Hayden, Prof. Emeritus of Physics, UConn, corkhayden@comcast.net
Abstract: One fact at a time
This short essay is the fifth in a short series about basic (meaning all-inclusive) physics that pertains to the subject of climate. Bear in mind that my purpose is not to engage in details about wind, rain, snow, storms, historical climatology, Milankovitch cycles, or any of the common topics discussed about climate. What I will discuss is some simple physics.


Basic Climate Physics #6 Howard “Cork” Hayden, Prof. Emeritus of Physics, UConn, corkhayden@comcast.net
Abstract: One fact at a time
This short essay is the sixth in a short series about basic (meaning all-inclusive) physics that pertains to the subject of climate.
Bear in mind that my purpose is not to engage in details about wind, rain, snow, storms, historical climatology, Milankovitch cycles, or any of the common topics discussed about climate. What I will discuss is some simple physics.
We begin with a section from Basic Climate Physics #5


Basic Climate Physics #7 Howard “Cork” Hayden, Prof. Emeritus of Physics, UConn, corkhayden@comcast.net
Abstract: One fact at a time
This short essay is the seventh in a short series about basic (meaning all-inclusive) physics that pertains to the subject of climate.
Bear in mind that my purpose is not to engage in details about wind, rain, snow, storms, historical climatology, Milankovitch cycles, or any of the common topics discussed about climate. What I will discuss is some simple physics.


Basic Climate Physics #8 Howard “Cork” Hayden, Prof. Emeritus of Physics, UConn, corkhayden@comcast.net
Abstract: One fact at a time
This short essay is the eighth in a short series about basic (meaning all-inclusive) physics that pertains to the subject of climate.
Bear in mind that my purpose is not to engage in details about wind, rain, snow, storms, historical climatology, Milankovitch cycles, or any of the common topics discussed about climate. What I will discuss is some simple physics.


Basic Climate Physics #9 Howard “Cork” Hayden, Prof. Emeritus of Physics, UConn, corkhayden@comcast.net
Abstract: One fact at a time
This short essay is the ninth in a short series about basic (meaning all-inclusive) physics that pertains to the subject of climate.
Bear in mind that my purpose is not to engage in details about wind, rain, snow, storms, historical climatology, Milankovitch cycles, or any of the common topics discussed about climate. What I will discuss is some simple physics.


Basic Climate Physics #10 Howard “Cork” Hayden, Prof. Emeritus of Physics, UConn, corkhayden@comcast.net
Abstract: One fact at a time
This short essay is the tenth in a short series about basic (meaning all-inclusive) physics that pertains to the subject of climate.
Bear in mind that my purpose is not to engage in details about wind, rain, snow, storms, historical climatology, Milankovitch cycles, or any of the common topics discussed about climate. What I will discuss is some simple physics.


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