Posts Tagged ‘Emperor’

Geological data provide support for legendary Chinese flood

Researchers have provided geological evidence for China’s “Great Flood,” a disastrous event on the Yellow River from which the Xia dynasty is thought to have been born. The flood occurred in roughly 1920 BC, they say, which is several centuries later t…

How the spectacular Hawaiian-Emperor seamount chain became so bendy

The physical mechanism causing the unique, sharp bend in the spectacular Hawaiian-Emperor seamount chain has now been uncovered. Researchers used a world-leading supercomputer to reveal flow patterns just above the Earth’s core — over the past 100 mil…

Kevin Anderson and the emperor’s underpants: beyond two degrees now inevitable

If you have a spare hour, this lecture is something not to miss. Kevin Anderson, professor of energy and climate change at the University of Manchester gives this year’s University of Bristol Cabot Institute Annual Lecture, and rips into the comf…

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