Tag: Research

Jul 09 2010

Global Warming Contrarians Part 1.1: Amateur Temperature Records

After a two-month hiatus, I’ve finally completed the next installment in my increasingly non-linear series of posts examining the (mostly bad) arguments against the reality of global warming. Originally I had planned out a sort of arc of subjects to cover, but as I learn more about climate science, I find I want to go …

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Mar 04 2010

Did Spanish Astronomers Steal A Dwarf Planet?

In 2005, a controversy erupted in the world of astronomy over who should be credited with the discovery of a distant dwarf planet then known by the temporary name 2003 EL61. The object in question is located in the Kuiper Belt, a doughnut-shaped icy region of the solar system that lies beyond Neptune. It is …

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