Welcome to ScienceBits

The vitruvian man by Da Vinci. Just like Da Vinci, this website touches different aspects of science.
A random (and subjective) walk in science and physics in particular.

In the blog and bits sections, you'll find various interesting science related anecdotes you'll find nowhere else (e.g., an exhaled breath condensation calculator, or a snow probability calculator), and also things you will (such as a pension calculator written for my needs).

In the Research section, you'll find articles which are more directly related to my personal research in astrophysics and more, in particular, on the role of cosmic rays behind climate variability.

The site began on Apr 1st, 2006. Almost all of the content here is quite original. During the first month, items which were originally written for other purposes will be migrated here. Afterwards, the content should increase linearly with time.

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Note, you're more than welcome to post comments, however due to some flooding by spam (mostly for v-pills), some precautions were placed. There are now two options to place comments:
  1. Anonymous comments, using a captcha and moderation (i.e., after I verify and approve that the content is legit.)
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