Author: EMail | Price: 0 | License: Freeware
O/S: Win 10 32Bit | Category: Educational | Downloads: 0
Requirements: Windows 7 / 8 / 10, 1280x768 (+) display
Ever heard about the Greenhouse effect? - this simulation is looking post the climate discussion. How much fossile ressources are there? how much Coal, Gas and Oil do we deliver? - if we continue to fire it up, how much CO2 is that, in ppm? - how much Water is there in Clouds, and how fast will Forest grow if we got more of both. This simulation will allow you to check it all out. Grow Earth's Ressources over time. All Formulas explained through automated ToolTips with live values of the simulation. Dynamic Applications allow you to define any formula system, change Input Values over time, inspect Target Values and modify all Formula. So you can really check out the world, adjusting everything you see ording to your needs. You don't have to believe in Polititicans, Scientists, Wikipedia, or Google. What you make of this basic climate simulation, ispletely up to you. Automated result diagrams will show you the precise, mediated statistical estimation and consequences of all your presets and assumptions. The only requirement is that you believe in the existance of Math. In case you find a formula where you say you can do it better, each of them no moreplex than the simplele of Three. So you can fix the software on the spot. Dynamic Applications is a participativeanization, following Customer driven development. Twopetitions on Twitter, world's fastestwork, will allow you to vote with Retweets and Favs for the best new simulation idea, as well as the top requirement for our public roadmap. Every month, the top voted topics are prioritized in daily work. The formula editor system requires a free Promo Code, which you can find in the Dynamic Idea and Roadmappetition on Twitter (a free ount is required to vote, but you can view everything without a login). The voting ounts and further insctions are included with the software, and there is extensive documentation on the project's website.