Dust flux, Vostok ice core

Dust flux, Vostok ice core
Two dimensional phase space reconstruction of dust flux from the Vostok core over the period 186-4 ka using the time derivative method. Dust flux on the x-axis, rate of change is on the y-axis. From Gipp (2001).

Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Why the Canadian political situation seems so familiar, part 2

Just to update the recent developments in Canadian politics since last time.

Today newspapers across Canada were abuzz with the news that Justin Trudeau, son of former PM Pierre Trudeau, has thrown his hat into the ring (no pun intended).

Justin Trudeau tries to take the majority government of Doom from Frodo. 
But Frodo won't surrender it, leading to tragedy.

As many feared, Stephen Harper managed to acquire the dreaded Majority Government of Doom.

Victory is mine! Two thumbs . . . err, one eye up!

And Michael Ignatieff suffered a devastating fall from grace.

Michael Ignatieff after the last election.

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I have been running this blog for a little over two years. When I started it, my focus was intended to be on methods of approaching interpretations of geological (primarily climatological) data. Somewhere along the line, the blog became more about economics/politics.

I have begun publishing the political/economic material on www.floatingpath.com, but will continue with the geological/mining/ industry/heavy mathematics here.

I have signed up for twitter and once I figure out how to link everything together, can keep anyone who wishes apprised of postings on either site.

If your interest has only been economic/political commentary, thanks for reading and I'll see you on the floating path. For everyone else, I'll see you over here or over there.

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