Monthly Archives: October 2017

Crash Override

I’ve recently read a book which opened my eyes, and impressed me with a level of enlightenment and self-awareness I haven’t seen since I watched the film “Gandhi” (I’ve watched it at least 20 times). The book is Crash Override by ZoĆ« Quinn. I recommend you buy it and read it.

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How Climate “Skeptics” Misuse Data: Sea Surface Temperature Edition

A fascinating post by Ron Clutz shows how so-called “skeptics” of global warming misuse data, and how they show it.

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Destroying the Country

When Michael Morell warned about existential threats to America — things that could destroy the country — he listed three.

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What is sea level up to lately?

Since 1993 we’ve been monitoring sea level with satellites. The overall rise is obvious (it was obvious even before 1993), and we now know that the rate of rise is faster than it has been in a very very long time. But one might wonder, what has it done lately?

I retrieved global sea level data from NASA, and if you’re a regular reader you know I love graphs:

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