This Will Never Work
You may have heard the new idea.
We Need to Talk About Reactionary Centrists
Sympathizing with the right while punching left is not the neutral position pundits seem to think it is
When Integrity-checking is More Important than Fact-checking: More Bad Faith from Bret Stephens
Yesterday, I posted a quick series of Tweets in response to Bret Stephens’s latest climate column for the New York Times. I was surprised…
Beyond the Blame Game: Harvey’s Climate Coverage Shows Us How to Responsibly Respond to a Disaster
Climate scientists, science communicators and journalists have been doing a
great job responding to Hurricane Harvey. This is the result
Is it Okay to Politicize a Hurricane? My Exclusive Interview with Hurricane Harvey
A lot of people are wondering if it’s okay to “politicize” hurricanes. I was able to reach Hurricane Harvey via telephone to get his…
How Can Journalists and Scientists Grapple with Lies and Personal Attacks?
Journalists are making sense of our fractured media environment and the growing
prevalence of outright lies and propaganda in American
Science and Politics Post-Election: Where Do We Go From Here? Lessons from Carl Sagan
I have been thinking these past few months of Dr. Carl Sagan. In his last
interview, conducted with Charlie Rose
Why XKCD’s Earth Temperature Timeline is Such a Good Online Graphic
Randall Munroe of XKCD has produced another creative visual representation
[http://xkcd.com/] of climate data. I made a quick
When it comes to news writing, do scientists “say” or “conclude”?
Adam Siegel, a security analyst, management consultant, and blogger
[http://getenergysmartnow.com/], made an interesting point on Twitter in
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