Reporting of the draft of a climate report was 6 months late. … More No one told me about the January climate report till August
Last week women were marching; I assumed it was to demonstrate their aversion to President Trump. An online header dated January 27, 2017 indicating that scientists were preparing to march as well presumably yo demonstrate disapproval of Republican President Trump’s unscientific opinions. Whenever I see President Trump’s or his supporters’ outlook being condemned as unscientific … More Science Squares
Since I’ve been looking for political and scientific analysis by those trained to know all I’ve been seeing is willful drivel by journalists appealing to the authority of experts/scientists or scholars. The U.K. online pop journal “The Independent”, stalwarts of polite propriety speaking for scientists as media often do address President Trump as “Donald Trump” … More Respectfully Defending Truthfulness
Monday, Dec 12, 2016 1:00 PM UTC Science, reason and decency all under threat: 5 nightmarish things Donald Trump did just last week The mind reels with the mounting horrors and the sheer pace at which they come Janet Allon, AlterNet Again we’re reminded that Donald Trump may interfere with science. Still scientists never speak … More Oh scientists: where are you?
I’m starting to wonder why entertainers and media people are the only ones who know the facts about global warming. I’ve read online that ninety odd percent of climate scientists agree that global warming is largely man-made; yet Mr. Trump who to date has said he is a man-made global warming sceptic has only entertainers … More Where are the climate scientists?
Science Geometry Euclid Geometry means something like earth measure and seems to have been given its fame and longevity by Euclid’s, the ancient Greek’s, The Elements which begins with 23 Definitions of things people measure, 5 Postulates, then 5 Axioms or Common Notions. These are followed by his famous Propositions whose validity is determined by … More Mathematics
Thinking of Thales The September 28, 2015’s water flowing on Mars report promulgated on television and in online headers from North America to Great Britain reminded me of the early Greek philosopher Thales who taught that water, H2O, two parts hydrogen to one part oxygen, is the fundamental element without which nothing would exist. So … More Water