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Papers written by Mann

June 15, 2016: Rethinking the Atom - (released to the public as free 22MB pdf) - H... view

November 2, 2015: Challenging Science view

August 17, 2015: Global Temperature Anomaly Models and Vostok Ice Core Data view

July 19, 2015: On Sea Levels and Global Temperature Anomalies view

July 7, 2015: A Reconciliation of Global Temperature Anomaly Methodologies view

June 25, 2015: Earth Temperature Anomalies are Not 2nd Degree Polynomial Behaviors view

May 21, 2015: Can Mankind Really Expect To Tame Earth's Climate And Remove It Fro... view

March 25, 2015: Petrie's Egyptian Core #7 - An Advanced Primitive Machining Expla... view

May 05, 2015: The Molding of Mankind - Planet Earth in a Thermal Vise view

February 22, 2015: Parsing the Bonding in the Aluminum Trichloride Dimer view

January 20, 2015: The Nazca Lines - An Earthly Celebration view

September 4, 2014: Nucleotopes ―The Nuclei of the Isotopes view

May 8, 2014: Parsing spdf Orbital Hybridization and Simple Bonding view

April 7, 2014: Are Electron Orbitals Fleshy, Hollow Pods view

March 28, 2014: Nixing the 3-Center Orbital Bond Concept of Diborane view

March 12, 2014: Crystalline Carbon and Silicon: Covalent or Ionic? view

March 12, 2014: Crystalline Carbon and Silicon: Covalent or Ionic? view

February 17, 2014: Hydrogen Bonding and Orbital Models view

January 1, 2014: Nixing the ‘Balloons-of-Electron-Dots’ Atomic Orbital M... view

November 29, 2013: Changes in Avogadro's Number with Time view

September 14, 2013: Aufbau Accommodation of Electrons around a Nucleus view

September 14, 2013: Aufbau Accommodation of Electrons around a Nucleus view

August 24, 2013: The spdf Electron Orbital Model Parsed view

August 24, 2013: The spdf Electron Orbital Model Parsed view

August 1, 2013: Comparing the Logic behind the spdf and MCAS Models view

July 31, 2013: Quarks, Nuclei and Boron-10 Neutron Capture view

July 17, 2013: Mirrored Orbitals Explain the Ortho/Para States of Helium view

May 26, 2013: Comparing Several Orbital Approaches to the Hydrogen Molecule view

May 26, 2013: Comparing Several Orbital Approaches to the Hydrogen Molecule view

May 7, 2013: Understanding the Bonding of Second Period Diatomic Molecules (spdf... view

August 20, 2012: The MCAS Electron Orbital Model as the Underlying System of the Per... view

April 7, 2012: The Bohr Model, Electron Transfer and Newtonian-derived Quantum Num... view

March 5, 2012: Electronic Bonding of Atoms view

February 21, 2012: The MCAS Electronic Structure of Atoms view