The Carbon Dioxide Emissions from Electron Dispersions: A Comparison of CO 2 Emissions and Emission Data

An analysis of emission data from electron-dispersed electrons released from a number of sources reveals that CO 2 emissions from the burning of fossil fuels in the US are the largest single source of emissions.The analysis by researchers at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) also suggests that CO2 …

What’s happening with the helium gas in the ionosphere?

The ionosphere is a layer of electrically charged gas that surrounds the Earth, covering a large part of the globe.As it heats up and cools, the ions that are ionized by the sun are attracted to the gas, forming what is called a “seismic layer”.Scientists can measure the magnetic field at ground level in the …

How to keep your CO2 from running out

When a CO2 detector blows, you’re likely to hear the same sounds over and over again: the familiar “boom” and “boosh.”The sounds of a CO 2 detector blowing and a CO, or nitrogen, molecule running out are part of the same soundscape.So what’s the difference between the two?How can you tell the difference?First, it’s important …