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Climate change missing from government risk agendas

By Leena Ilmola-Sheppard, IIASA Advanced Systems Analysis Program

When government officials speak about risks, they are usually referring to natural disasters. And it seems in these discussions that the increasing frequency of flooding, droughts, snow storms, and hurricanes have no link to climate change nor mitigation of it. 576 more words

Climate Change

Reviewing the Leafs Goals Against

Leafs Nation has been divided between Jonathan Bernier and James Reimer since the former was acquired in the summer of 2013. Its rare that an NHL team has the opportunity to put out two quality goalies every night, and even more rare when they are on cap-friendly contracts. 1,830 more words

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Common sense and squirrels

Squirrel torching requirement

http://www.loweringthebar.net/2014/04/squirrel-torching.html

When is a requirement unnecessary because obvious? Apparently the guy did it once before so it should have been a known, if not apparently actionable, requirement. 104 more words

Systems Analysis

Randy Carlyle Shouldn't Be Praised for Leafs Recent Win Streak

In case you may have missed it, former Toronto Maple Leafs GM and all around mitten-stringer Gord Stellick blessed us with another piece of flaming hot garbage… 589 more words

Leafs

Mythbusters: Advanced Stats Edition

Nothing bugs me more than talking to someone who dismisses advanced stats because they view it just as Corsi and then they go on to quote a player’s +/-. 370 more words

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