Week in review

by Judith Curry

A few things that caught my eye this past week.

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Can cows help save the planet?

by Judith Curry

Some interesting new ideas about the role of soils, farming and livestock in fighting global warming.

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Climate/Energy Policy and the GOP Congress

by Judith Curry

With the Republicans in majority for both Houses of the 114th Congress, what are the implications for U.S. climate and energy policy?

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Week in review

by Judith Curry

A few things that caught my eye this past week.

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We are all confident idiots

by Judith Curry

Stumbling through all our cognitive clutter just to recognize a true “I don’t know” may not constitute failure as much as it does an enviable success, a crucial signpost that shows us we are traveling in the right direction toward the truth. – David Dunning

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Challenges to understanding the role of the ocean in climate science

by Carol Anne Clayson

A significant area of uncertainty in climate science and one of the biggest limitations on our ability to predict the timing, location and impacts of climate change is our limited understanding of ocean processes and their interactions with the atmosphere, land, and ice systems.

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Sagan’s baloney detection rules

by Judith Curry

On this 80th anniversary of Carl Sagan’s birthday.

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