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Data Logging with a microbit

Here is an example of how the BBC micro:bit can be used as a data logger. I was specifically interested in capturing the voltage of a LiPo battery as it discharged into a fixed load (so I could determine the capacity). I’ve also made a video of how this arrangement can be used to monitor the […]

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Institute of Physics submission to CRU Inquiry

I was meaning to write about this when the story first appeared on 28th Feb of the IoP making a very forceful submission to the Science and Technology committee’s inquiry into the data disclosure (climategate emails). The submission is very strong on the behavior of the scientists and their actions which appeared to make replication […]

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Climate is Weather, not the other way round.

I posted this as a comment at the Telegraph Blog, where Christopher Booker is discussing the cost (in any senses) of the Man-made global warming scare. As a reference for foreign readers or readers from the future, Feb ’09 saw a severe cold snap in the UK, with councils running short of grit for the […]

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