Determining the amount of sea level rise in the past, and predicting it for the future is a tricky proposition at best, and may possibly be something that’s not currently possible to do. The media touts recent studies as proof Continue reading Sea Level Rise
“Ignorance is knowing what’s not true.” Will Rogers, an American classic, was one of several who offered this comment as a way to remind people to keep an open mind. Today we could use Will Rogers, with his iconic American Continue reading Knowledge
Prior to forty or so years ago, the National Geographic magazine was a respected publication. As a student, I used to refer to the National Geographic for accurate information on historic events, people and geography. Today, it is becoming just Continue reading Has National Geographic Sullied Its Reputation?
Putting a price on carbon distorts all economic calculations wherever the carbon price is used1. The higher the price on carbon, the greater the distortion. For example: There is no question, using accepted accounting practices, that electricity generated using coal Continue reading Carbon Price Distorts