Monthly Archives: July 2013

Book review: Green Metropolis, by David Owen

So, this is a bit of a first, since I haven’t done a review before, strictly speaking.  But I’ve thought enough about this book that I figure I might as well write it all down. The main thrust of David … Continue reading

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Early Mars rich in O2?

So, a few weeks ago, there was a report out that suggested Mars may have had a more oxygen rich environment in its early history than previously suspected.  While it’s not clear that this means Mars had an oxygenated atmosphere- … Continue reading

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