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Doubt and science – the politics of doubting climate change

http://www.radionz.co.nz/national/programmes/writers/audio/2493432/michael-king-memorial-lecture-on-science-and-doubt Very interesting! Michael King Memorial Lecture: on science and doubt Originally aired on Writers and Readers Festivals, Sunday 17 July 2011 There’s no denying “doubt” is crucial to science and drives it forward, but it also makes science, and … Continue reading

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A forest of trees is essentially a lake above the ground

Ross Mars writes: “What we call climate, the daily and seasonal changes in temperature, rainfall and so on, is influenced by the water cycle, and the importance of trees, in providing water to the atmosphere through transpiration and evaporation of … Continue reading

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