Saturday Video Roundup is Science Video Roundup today.
I’ve been thinking about my values a lot since the election, and I’ve realized what my most fundamental value is – fairness.
A shared, common understanding of the facts is a prerequisite for any attempts at understanding the perspectives of my fellow Americans.
I wept for my country this morning. To say I feel sucker punched by Trump’s win is an understatement. “Sucker punched” falls so far short of how I actually feel today that […]
Hey boys – what should you be when you grow up? I know a lot of young men out there are trying to decide what to do with their lives. Fireman? Policeman? […]
Next up, I offer some women of science. Rosalind Franklin: Rosalind Franklin was an English chemist and X-ray crystallographer who made critical contributions to the understanding of the fine molecular structures of DNA […]
Speculative journalism and Quantum Mechanics provide us all with a vision for a better life. The other day I was lamenting to one of my online sports groups that the place would […]
Roy Spencer’s rant on “global warming Nazis” should have been offensive, but except for one anti-education statement, it was just misguided and sad.
Michael Mann’s defamation lawsuit is proceeding to the discovery phase and the easily disproved false claims in the National Review’s and Mark Steyn’s latest motions to dismiss are unconvincing.
Largest study of peer-reviewed literature to date finds overwhelming climate disruption consensus (UPDATED)
A new study of 11,944 peer-reviewed papers over the course of 21 years finds that 97% of all papers with a stated position on climate disruption, and 98.4% of their authors, agree that human activity is driving climate disruption.