As a bike fit technician, trained through Cyclologic, and his keen eye for cycling anatomy and physiology helps Holland Cycles customers optimize their riding experiences, whether they’re racing, tackling endurance events or just riding. Cody’s professional career and his successes, including a stage win in the Tour of Hungary, give him a good understanding of most facets of the cycling world, including the fine balance between rider and machine – he is as interesting to talk to as he is to ride with, and he’ll happily do either if you ask him.
How water ice could be preserved there is a mystery. A leading theory suggests an ice and dust mixture from the polar areas could be cycled through the atmosphere when Mars’ axial tilt was larger than it is today. But those conditions last occurred hundreds of thousands to millions of years ago. Water ice isn’t expected to be stable at any depth in that area today, Wilson said, and any ice deposited there should be long gone. Additional protection might come from a cover of dust and a hardened “duricrust” that traps the humidity below the surface, but this is unlikely to prevent ice loss over timescales of the axial tilt cycles.
There can be little doubt that inequity created by normal healthy capitalist economies, is the primary the cause of this phenomenon. Health economist and biostatistician Andreas J. W. Goldschmidt searched for patterns and proposed that there is a phase shift and overlap of the so-called Kondratiev cycles of IT and health (shown in the figure). He argued that historical growth phases in combination with key technologies does not necessarily imply the existence of regular cycles in general. Goldschmidt is of the opinion that different fundamental innovations and their economic stimuli do not exclude each other, they mostly vary in length, and their benefit is not applicable to all participants in a "market."