Why do people feel the need to tell me this? It’s not my job to defend cyclists who go through red lights just as it’s not my job to defend … Continue reading But I once saw a cyclist go through a red light …
A commenter on the …andThenTheresPhysics blog has shared a terrific excerpt from a 100-year-old science book by Huxley and Gregory he found in his attic. It’s about the greenhouse effect … Continue reading The age of science denial
I just watched an interesting TedX talk about the negative connotations behind the words vegan and vegetarian. Tell a stranger you’re a vegan and they make all sorts of negative … Continue reading A new word: Reducetarian
This is a great TED talk given by Gavin Schmidt about how scientists use climate models to learn more about our climate (h/t Hot-Topic).
A friend sent me a link to a good article this morning (thank you!) about climate change and how if we don’t address it soon, it may end up becoming … Continue reading We are running out of time…
I’m an impatient person. I also relish change. I’m not one of those people who fears it and who rejects everything new. Perhaps this is partly why I have no … Continue reading In praise of change
Physics was my favourite subject in high school. I still find it fascinating. This week I learnt something new about our Earth and its temperature and I want to share … Continue reading The higher you go, the hotter it gets below
A great video (<3 minutes) from Myles and Wally about how other factors can modify the impact of rising greenhouse gases. Myles Allen is a Professor in the Atmospheric, Oceanic … Continue reading Factors besides CO2 – Myles Allen and Wally Broecker