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- Tyndall, John 1820-1893. Irish-born British physicist known for his work on the transparency of gases and the absorption by gases of radiant heat.
- MountTyndall A mountain, 4,275.8 m (14,019 ft) high, in the Sierra Nevada of south-central California.
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- proper n. An English surname, a variant of Tindall Tyndale Tindill .
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- n. British physicist (born in Ireland) remembered for his experiments on the transparency of gases and the absorption of radiant heat by gases and the transmission of sound through the atmosphere; he was the first person to explain why the daylight sky is blue (1820-1893)
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There were scientific works, too, among which were represented men such as Tyndall, Proctor, and Darwin.
There were scientific works, too, among which were represented men such as Tyndall, Proctor, and
There were scientific works, too, among which were represented men such as Tyndall,
"Tyndall" and "Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research" are now registered trademarks, because they are marketing
Founder John Tyndall proclaimed that "Mein Kampf is my bible".
But, using data on the chemicals being stored by these companies, the Tyndall Centre has been able to identify at least some of the substances being injected into the rocks there.
Among these, the Tyndall report shows, are heavy metals and radioactive materials.
The Tyndall Centre found that water supplies have been contaminated not only by the fracking chemicals and dissolved pollutants from the rocks, but also by gas bubbling out through the cracks.
The Tyndall Centre at the University of Manchester reviewed the impacts of fracking in the only country where it has so far been commercially exploited, the United States.
The Tyndall Centre report warns that it "could put considerable pressure on water supplies at the local level in the UK."