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Climate Science for Everyone: Why 3% annually is actually a lot of carbon dioxide

December 29, 2011


In this installment of Climate Science for Everyone - people are adding a lot of carbon dioxide to the atmosphere every year. But how much is "a lot," really?

The scientific method doesn’t change just because it’s climate science

September 13, 2011


If you follow space news like I do, a few weeks ago you would have stumbled across many media articles about a new astronomical discovery – a planet orbiting a pulsar that is likely a single massive diamond crystal. Very cool stuff. The leader of the team that made this discovery recently published an article […]

Editor-in-chief resigns as a new paper identifies errors in “fundamentally flawed” climate paper

September 6, 2011


Fundamental flaws in a climate paper force editor-in-chief to resign just as a new paper shows off those flaws.