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Obfuscation may be adaptive.
Obfuscation may be adaptive. [more]
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Okay, it looks real now. Hang on to your hat.
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The journal has belatedly issued an explanation of the retraction that does not make them look stupid. They did not retract their earlier position, though, that there were no "academic or ethical" issues with the study.
The journal has belatedly issued an explanation of the retraction that does not make them look stupid. They did not retract their earlier position, though, that there were no "academic or ethical" issues with the study. [more]
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We are plagued by grumpy nostalgists — mystics on both wings who preach hostility to science…

We are plagued by grumpy nostalgists — mystics on both wings who preach hostility to science & technology and yearn for the past. Our only route is forward.  David Brin
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The site has been unreliable of late. Our hosting service informs us that the hardware that we are sharing is getting flakey and will be upgraded April 3. Meanwhile we have somewhat restricted resources. If you run into problems we’d appreciate reports as…
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In what may be called an impedance mismatch, China offers an object lesson in how well-intentioned rules implemented in a top-down backfire at the local level.
In what may be called an impedance mismatch, China offers an object lesson in how well-intentioned rules implemented in a top-down backfire at the local level. [more]
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Suggested Topic: Have you read the IPCC WG II Summary for Policymakers yet? Or are you all focused on whether Nate Silver’s choice of Roger Pielke Jr. as a climate statistician makes any sense? Anything goes. Moderation is lighter than on other articles.
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The Walker administration continues its program of reducing Wisconsin to the squalid and inequitable status of a typical red state. Dan Kaufman explains a particularly alarming environmental development in an opinion piece in the New York Times.
The Walker administration continues its program of reducing Wisconsin to the squalid and inequitable status of a typical red state. Dan Kaufman explains a particularly alarming environmental development in an opinion piece in the New York Times. [more]
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By Michael Tobis and Irene Tobis This article appeared on Grist several years ago. It’s still visible on the Grist site but with the byline removed. Irene and I wrote it. It’s as interesting a concept as ever. Your share of the world Imagine, as a thought…
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