Picture shows artist Sarah Cameron Sunde, who stood in San Francisco Bay on Friday Aug. 15, 2014, “for a full cycle of tides, a more-than 13-hour process.” A more than 13-hour process! […]
Heartland Conference, Statistics Classes, Statistics Books, & Statistical Cups
Heartland Conference I’ll be there, speaking Friday on “The Need To Believe In ‘The Solution’ To Global Warming”. This is a paper which I’ll try to find a home for (2,000 words). […]
Winner Announced In What Should Artists Do About Global Warming Contest
Background Ten short days ago, we started the What Should Artists Do About Global Warming Contest. It was inspired by a performance “art” piece by one Sarah Cameron Sunde, who bravely stood […]
Winners Announced In The Rename “Global Warming” Contest!
On 17 July we started the Rename “Global Warming” Contest. This produced 66 entries, which is a record for contests here. Thanks to everybody who participated. I think we’ve done a lot […]
Climatology Isn’t The Only Thing Killing Science
I received this interesting email from reader Mike Nash that I thought would be of interest to all. Nash saw my piece in the Federalist yesterday and commented. Sorry but I would […]
Willie Soon & I Are On An Internet Radio Show Today Celebrating Earth Day: Update
Gaia herself was reportedly besides herself with excitement when she heard Willie Soon and I were to be interviewed on The Yaron Brook Show today. You can tune in to the show […]
Help This Reader Out: Best Science Material For Kids?
A reader writes (I’ve stripped out personal details): Dr. Briggs, I recently came across your work on The Stream. I was hoping you could point me to a resource or two for […]
IPCC Intensifies Search For Missing Global Warming
We all know, agree, believe, and desire that the end is nigh, that the tipping point to climate chaos is only minutes away, that we’ve already seen and suffered the horrible effects […]