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Brain Hack

Scientists have create a computer model that can predict unspoken sentences by looking at neutral activity in the brain. In the example pictured above, the brighter the area, the higher the accuracy of the prediction. 116 more words

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Betting Your Future on Computer Models

Computers are a major, if not crucial tool, used by the International Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) to predict global warming and climate change from CO2. 714 more words


Rising seas alert! Watch how science becomes a sensational news story.

Summary: Another day, another interesting study about our changing climate misreported by journalists to ignite fear in their readers. The subject is rising seas from the melting of Antarctica. 1,488 more words

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We can end the climate policy wars: demand a test of the models

Summary: This is the last of my series about ways to resolve the public policy debate about climate change. It puts my proposal to test the models… 2,241 more words

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Milton Friedman's advice about climate models, & how to win the policy debate

Summary: The vital public policy debate over climate change is deadlocked. This is the sixth in a series about ways to restart the debate — and resolve it. 1,343 more words

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Paul Krugman talks about economics. Climate scientists can learn from his insights.

Summary: A new presentation by Nobel Laureate Paul Krugman discusses economics. His insights apply broadly to sciences playing a key role in public policy, especially climate science. 1,237 more words

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Karl Popper explains how to open the deadlocked climate policy debate

Summary: Many factors have frozen the public policy debate, but none more important than the disinterest of both sides in tests that might provide better evidence — and perhaps restart the discussion. 3,339 more words

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