So what would happen if the global temperature increased enough to melt the ice cap in Antarctica?However, in this case, I really don't have a feeling for the size of the Antarctic ice cap.
Here is the basic plan for this tree fractal:Start at some point and move a certain distance in a certain direction.In the code, this pointing vector is the variable a—it's this vector that gets rotated in each branching.
They claim that just one turn of these giant wind turbines can generate enough energy to power a house for a whole day. That works with a different method .That's great and all, but how do you estimate the power (and then the energy) from a wind turbine?
If I use a gravitational field of 10 Newtons per kilogram (it's actually about 9.8 N/kg), the change in potential energy would be 10 Joules. So how do you calculate the mass and height for the change in gravitational potential energy?