louis bamonte. Ice age model cause and effect
Submitted on: Jan 28, 2013, 03:12:29
Natural Sciences / Earth Sciences / Geology
Description: The basics . Q: When we describe a system effected by change, how do you determine, and go about explaining these changes in a scientific manner? Include, and determine the state of changes occurring in the system leading to a functional physical working model.
My question was used to determine these factors. The methodology, I had used the axiom assuming all is true. I picked it apart piece by piece, what is left are these observations, and determinable effects.
I had tested for a high degree of accuracy. All statements used for explaining changes by categorizing the fundamental laws of nature. Change was determined by cause, and effect including only what is not assumed, but instead what is widely known. Factor that are less widely known are also included, and gives answers to questions current models lack.
by use of axiom assuming all statements are true, and then by testing it for truth. by using well known principles, explaining a cause for a given effect. by keeping it very simple, including self evident or well known principles. by explaining other less known causes for a given effect.
Try to see this for what I show. I have a carpenters level. It has a bubble of air in the center. The level is used to show what side is up, and what side is down. The air bubble in the center shows equilibrium. How can I use this in my model that this is so in the case of our planet? How will this predict when a possible ice age will occur?
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