Monthly Archives: July 2017

The fact illusion: Objective truth is elusive in (climate) science

Summary Science is the best system humans have ever created to address questions about how the world works and no other paradigm is better at moving us towards objective truth. However, contrary to a popular notion, science can rarely be … Continue reading

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Climate Science for People Really in a Hurry 2 – Economics

This is a video summary of the findings in Burke et al., 2015 regarding the relationship between temperature and Gross Domestic Product (GDP) and how this relationship affects our projections of how global warming will impact the economy Video Series: Climate … Continue reading

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Modeled vs. observed global temperature: with and without ‘makeup’

Global average surface air temperature is one of the most well-recognized metrics of contemporary climate change – hence the term ‘global warming’. One reason for this is that many impacts of climate change are expected to be proportional to the … Continue reading

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