CarnotCycle reaches 200 thousand visits

Posted: October 12, 2019 in thermodynamics

Peter Mander, author and editor of CarnotCycle

“Thank you to everyone who has visited this blog since its inception in August 2012. CarnotCycle’s country statistics show that thermodynamics interests many, many people. They come to this blog from all over the world, and they keep coming.

It’s wonderful to see all this activity, but perhaps not so surprising. After all, thermodynamics is the branch of science that can help us to use energy wisely and to understand and manage the effects of global warming on our atmosphere, our ice caps and our oceans.

Today’s students of physics and physical chemistry, for whom thermodynamics is a core subject, will be at the forefront of future efforts to keep this planet habitable. They must be knowledgeable and competent, and CarnotCycle is one of the many free resources to help them achieve that aim.”

Comments
  1. FlowCoef says:

    You are way ahead of me, but rigorous application to subject(s) of importance deserve high attendance. Keep marching on!

    Liked by 1 person

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