I will allow comments through by default for repeat commenters again, first time commenters will still need an initial approval. I will however now be a more active moderator and delete things that are useless or unnecessarily personal from now on, except on this thread. This is unavoidably subjective but I will try to err … Continue reading Unmoderated Post on Moderation
Things have been quiet here, even more than the usual slow pace... I am back now from a trip to Europe where I left the family with the kids maternal grandparents and I won't see them for nine weeks in all.Â This was a bad plan, but it was the plan.Â I have been home … Continue reading Catching up…
Announcing the Climate Science Rapid Response Team
Okay, "A Team" was a little to simple, and it was taken. Instead I would like to inform readers of the "CSRR" Team, or CSRRT. I will let the press release speak for itself: NAME: Climate Science Rapid Response Team (CSRRT) WEBSITE: http://www.climaterapidresponse.org WHO & WHAT: The CSSRT is a match-making service between top scientists … Continue reading Announcing the Climate Science Rapid Response Team
A Sea Change
For any fellow Vancouverites out there, you can catch a free screening of "A Sea Change" (a movie about ocean acidification) at UBC. It's at the Norm Theatre in the Student Union Building this Tuesday, Oct 5, at 6:00 pm. It's being put on by the Student Environment Centre.
And so life moves on
We now return to previously scheduled programming. Though some of us wonder if life will ever be the same again!
“Global Warming” turns 35
This is not a reference to the recent three decades of rapidly increasing global temperatures, rather it is a reference to an aniversary of the first appearance of the term "global warming" in the peer reviewed literature. The paper was by Wally Broeker and titled "Are we on the brink of a pronounced global warming?" … Continue reading “Global Warming” turns 35
Hey JC, JC, that’s not alright by me
I am a skeptic. Not a climate skeptic, not in the sense of the improperly commandeered word we use in the climate debates. In my experience they know little of real skepticism as a general rule. But me, I really do dislike taking assertions on their face if I don't have all the facts and … Continue reading Hey JC, JC, that’s not alright by me
Any Californians out there?
Just a quick plug aimed at any readers in the Palo Alto, Mountain View, Los Altos, Los Altos Hills, Monte Sereno, Los Gatos or South Almaden areas of California: http://www.brianforwater.org/
Monckton’s complaint rejected
Lord Viscount Monckton of Benchley, it turns out, really is a "swivel-eyed maniac". Or at least it is a fair thing to say. Some month's ago, George Monbiot wrote a bog post about our good friend Monckton that said Monckton has claimed, among other things: â¢ he has read the treaty that will be signed … Continue reading Monckton’s complaint rejected
Climate Change and the Integrity of Science
Science has published a letter with 250 signatories protesting the recent and extreme attacks on scientists, climate scientists in particular. I agree with Michael, this letter should not be behind a paywall. I think the fact that it is, is disturbingly revealing of the disadvantage science has in the PR arenas. It is very well … Continue reading Climate Change and the Integrity of Science