How Science Fails to Recognize Initial Conditions

Science relies heavily on replication—the ability to repeat phenomena given the same inputs and conditions. If a phenomenon cannot be replicated, then one unavoidable possibility is that the initial conditions have not yet been replicated. The only other possibility is that the known conditions were not causally linked, so it’s likely the phenomenon will never … More How Science Fails to Recognize Initial Conditions

Book: Thermophobia — Curing the fear of Global Warming

What is the book about? It’s about the simplicity of science and the complexity of climate. It’s also about the politics of humans and how marketing can be made to sell even the most outlandish ideas. Take for instance the notion that Global Warming is bad. An amazing number of people have bought into this. … More Book: Thermophobia — Curing the fear of Global Warming