It’s finals period at Williams, which means that my professors have decided to give me lots of work that has a lot of impact on deciding my final grades. Unfortunately, this means less time to think about interesting science. However, while procrastinating on my English paper, I ran across this article: Cornstalks Everywhere But Nothing […]
December 2 – 6 This week, Cassie explored the freakonomic chain of events that leads from repurposed bednets to the rise of a perilous parasite. Roberta wondered why she can never quite remember what that e-book was about. Richard revealed the dirty secrets of astronomers: “the library is my telescope now.” Michelle introduced us to the […]
At this very moment, the competitors of the saintélyon ultratrail are starting from Saint-Étienne for a nocturnal trail run of 75km to Lyon. (Hence the name.) This classic race takes place in the Monts du Lyonnais between the two cities and it is usually very cold, with ice and snow most of the way. The […]
Please join us. It will be at the West Metro Critical Thinking Club on Saturday, December 28, 2013, at 10:00 AM at the RidgePointe Senior Apartments on 12600 Marion Ln. W, Minnetonka, MN. I know these people. This will be a tough audience. This is a well educated and thoughtful group. Also, there are many…
The Scientific Guide to Global Warming Skepticism has been translated into 18 languages. The latest translation is Swedish. Many thanks to Katarina Kaudern for her work translating the guide and to Emma Andersson and Ole Martin Christensen for proofreading it.
Note to other translators:If you'd like to translate the Guide into another language, there are two documents to help you: a two-column Word document with all the English text in one column and a blank column to place the