Category Archives: Doubting Climate Change

Human Impact on Earth.

A facebook friend shared this link, which presented photos of human impact on specific and diverse areas of earth, earlier today. I fell in love… in a twisted, cynical way. Here are some of those photographs, for your pleasure.¬†Enjoy… our … Continue reading

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Ernst Being a Politician.

I’m disappointed (and, really, can only blame myself). I spent 3 hours researching, verifying sources, and phrasing a single question for her… And she acted as predicted – blocked it. Well done, Ernst. Despite her “trajectory” being started by the … Continue reading

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Climate Change: Who Doesn’t Believe, And Why?

Great news: A grand total of 56 individuals took the survey. Which really is good news. The results, as far as “believe” or “don’t believe” (in general terms) were rather predictable: 49 said yes, 1 said IDK, and 6 said … Continue reading

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Denying The Scientific Method

I’ve “always” been a proponent of the scientific method, and thus been stricken with curiosity as to how others can deny scientific study, review, and scholar. A friend from L.A., Chris, suggested I read an article regarding human ability to … Continue reading

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A Survey

Next week I plan to survey students at my university (Graceland University, in Lamoni, IA) about their thoughts on climate change. Lamoni is a pretty conservative place (being in southern Iowa, in the heart of the midwest and all) and … Continue reading

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