I’ve been thinking a lot about paradigm shifts lately. Not just the cultural shifts like COVID-19, but the smaller, personal shifts too. Like the founding, and the closing, of Scholars & Rogues.
A hypothesis for climate response during COVID19
I hypothesize that the surface temperature will increase as a result of COVID19’s shutdown of industry and transportation due to the reduction of aerosols.
Climate Science for Everyone: correlation and causation (updated)
In this Climate Science for Everyone article I describe correlation, causation, and two important relationships between them: correlation does not prove causation, but a lack of correlation doesn’t disprove causation either.
Newsmax has misrepresented the OISM’s Global Warming Petition Project 18 times since May 2008
Since May 2008, Newsmax has published 128 consistently biased and inaccurate articles, commentaries, and “native advertising” masquerading as investigative journalism about the Global Warming Petition Project.
Five more conservative media sites have misrepresented OISM’s Global Warming Petition Project
The Independent Journal Review, The Blaze, the Wall Street Journal, Breitbart.com, and the New York Post have collectively misrepresented the Global Warming Petition Project eight times since 2008.
Daily Caller gets it wrong on global warming spending
A Daily Caller article misrepresents federal spending on climate disruption vs. border security.
Climate Science for Everyone: How much heat can the air and ocean store?
Water stores a lot more energy than air does. So when energy stored in the oceans is released back into the atmosphere, the results are dramatic.
A survey of climate science, crowdsourced
John Cook, editor of the climate website SkepticalScience.com and Climate Communication Fellow for the Global Change Institute at the University of Queensland, Australia, is conducting a crowd-sourced online survey of 12,000 climate […]
Climate and agriculture: Wheatless in Hampstead
According to an article in yesterday’s Independent, the weather in Britain, especially England, has been so lousy that the UK is set to go from a wheat exporter to a wheat importer […]
Uganda Journal: a walk to the well
The well at Nakagongo sits in a low valley, with a web of trails that lead down to it from the surrounding hillsides. It’s not an especially grueling walk and not especially […]