John Baez, physicist, writes on ecology and mathematical physics.
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Why do ostriches stick their heads under the sand when they’re scared? They don’t. So why do people say they do? A Roman named Pliny the Elder might be partially to blame. He wrote that ostriches “imagine, when they have thrust their head and neck into a bush, that the whole of their body […]
So, we’ve seen that Ludescher et al have a way to predict El Niños. But there’s something a bit funny: their definition of El Niño is not the standard one! Precisely defining a complicated climate phenomenon like El Niño is a tricky business. Lots of different things tend to happen when an El Niño occurs. […]
joint with Dara O Shayda Emboldened by our experiments in El Niño analysis and prediction, people in the Azimuth Code Project have been starting to analyze weather and climate data. A lot of this work is exploratory, with no big conclusions. But it’s still interesting! So, let’s try some blog articles where we present this […]
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