SDSU Geological Sciences Webinar - Kenneth S. Deffeyes

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PEAK OIL AND THE GREAT RECESSION Kenneth S. Deffeyes Emeritus Prof. of Geology Princeton University In 2001, my first oil book predicted that world oil production would peak in the year 2005. The most recent data from the Energy Information Agency say that it happened! Even with the extreme spike in oil prices, the year 2008 produced less oil than 2005. Production for the first half of 2009 is even lower. The invisible hand of economics has become the invisible fist; pounding the...

Moon Landing Hoax Apollo 17 : Disney's Obvious Fake Dog Rock Wags in The Nevada Fake Moon Bay

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Disney's Obvious Fake Dog Rock Wags in The Nevada Fake Moon Bay. Astronaut Gene says "He's (Dog Rock) getting about ah, about three centimeters of Wag" Astronaut Jack replies "If your asking, your over the top (in Revealing the Obvious Hoax)" Astronaut Jack says "Man if there ever was a, I'm not gonna say it, but if there ever was something that looked like a Funeral Alteration, this is it."(Astronaut Jack referring to Disney's Fake Dog Shaped Rock, says that the obvious look of the Dog...

Moon Landing Hoax Apollo 14 : Stagehand AL is Seen Pulling The MET-Cart in The Nevada Fake Moon Bay

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Stagehand AL is Seen Pulling The MET-Cart in The Nevada Fake Moon Bay. This Video as you See & Hear it, From NASA's Public Domain Movie: Apollo 14: Mission to Fra Mauro (1971) Classical music in this video is Copyright Free Public Domain, available to download and use from: http://www.musopen.com/music.php?type=piece&id=113 Symphony No. 5 in C Minor, Op. 67 - I. Allegro con brio NASA did redacted editing & cleaning up of the text, to cover what they really said in the...

Geol 580 Lecture 1

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Lecture for Geology 580; San Diego State University, Department of Geological Sciences

I Diritti dell'Autore

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In passato la pubblicazione di un lavoro su una rivista era il modo migliore per ottenere visibilità. Le clausole del copyright sono decise dagli editori che spesso richiedono più diritti di quanti gliene siano davvero necessari. Puoi preservare i tuoi diritti, per esempio, allegando un addendum al tuo license agreement.
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Che cos'è l'Open Access

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L'open access è un movimento globale che da anni si sta diffondendo nel mondo della ricerca. Esso trova le sue basi in tre differenti dichiarazioni (anche definite le tre 'B'): la Declaration of Budapest del febbraio 2002, il Bethesda Statement on OA Publishing del giugno 2003 e la Berlin Declaration dell'ottobre dello stesso anno. L'idea comune è che i risultati di una ricerca finanziata con denaro pubblico debbano essere fruibili da chiunque, senza limitazioni. I vantaggi sono...