An0maly on Twitter

A thread from a few days ago. I was a huge believer in Climate Change as a youth. I wanted to save the environment. Then I caught one lie. Then two. Then three. Then I read the current data. Then I realized they’ve been exaggerating & fear-mongering headlines for decades. They are brainwashing the kids.…

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Understanding the climate movement: the impotence of science.

Guest post by Dr Paul Rossiter. Like many other ethical and well-meaning scientists, I am becoming increasingly frustrated with the climate “science” debate. By resorting to rigorous measurement and analysis of real data, we have a reasonable (but perhaps naïve) expectation that the facts will determine the outcome of the AGW argument. And yet, despite…

Some Notes on Coral and the Great Barrier Reef

Guest post by Mike Jonas I recently had a (fairly short) conversation with an acquaintance, who was stunned to discover that I did not think at all highly of the position that Professors Terry Hughes and Ove Hoegh-Guldberg at James Cook University, Queensland, have taken on coral science and the Great Barrier Reef. “Have you…

Steven Novella’s Junk Science About Climate Change Acceleration

Guest smack-down by David Middleton There was a time that I had a fair bit of respect for Dr. Novella. Climate Change Is AcceleratingPublished by Steven Novella under General Science Have you ever traveled with a large group of friends? When a group gets beyond a certain “critical mass” it becomes geometrically more difficult to make decisions. Even…

President of China, Xi Jinping arrives in London, 19 October 2015.

Bloomberg Climate Funny: “Let’s hope … China will follow the moral example of the U.S.”

Bloomberg has noticed China isn’t exactly onboard with the idea of carbon taxes and emissions reduction, but they are hoping China will follow the USA’s “moral example”. Carbon Taxes Won’t Do Enough to Slow Global WarmingThey can help, but the real solution is a shift to green energy. By Noah Smith25 September 2019, 21:30 GMT+10 With crowds taking to…

Deep dive for dark matter may aid all of data science

National Science Foundation backs Rice-led effort to create science-aware artificial intelligence Rice University HOUSTON — (Sept. 18, 2019) — A Rice University scientist and his colleagues are booting their search for dark matter into a study they hope will enhance all of data science. Rice astroparticle physicist Christopher Tunnell and his team have received a…