… Mount St. Helens exploded with a fury that surpassed expectations. Things have calmed down considerably since that day. Even the trees are growing back. To quote myself, “This is the view of Mount St. Helens from Elk Rock Viewpoint. In the center left, you’ll see Mount Adams peeking over a ridge. In the center, [...]
Credit where credit is due, and I admit I never thought I would say this about local climate pseudosceptic Richard Treadgold – but “good on you mate.” I have often got into heated debate with this guy – my main … Continue reading →
Closer Blog: In a racial tolerance map of the Washington Post Burma / Myanmar appears to be more 'racially tolerant' then India, Bangladesh, Thailand and China. Let's consider the genocide of the Rohingya Muslims.Read more: Rohingya: A Hidden Genocide in a ‘racially tolerant’ country?
My friend John Cook, (an Australian Physicist who runs the superb website Skeptical Science) is the lead author of a paper in the AGU journal Geophysical Research Letters that has gotten worldwide attention this past week. Not because the findings are a surprise to the science community, but because the public is surprised! THE GREAT AMERICAN DISCONNECT Dr. Ed Maibach at the George Mason University Center for Climate Change knows exactly how bug a …