Gentlemen: With appreciation for your plan to discourage all visitors to the United States. I applaud your determination.
Let’s go back to the 1950s, shall we?
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Lecture notes for CPSC 536N "Randomized Algorithms"
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stories we tell ourselves
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Exploring and venting about quantitative issues
Newscasts on Global Warming, Its Consequences & Solutions
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Stop the war; stop the warming.
e-commerce data science and analytics
Boston Area Sustainability Group
with Peter Sinclair
I can calculate the motion of heavenly bodies but not the madness of people. -Isaac Newton
Engineering, Oceanography, and Innovation in Environmental Science
Changing the world and its people, one post at a time
notes on mathematical finance, algo trading and derivatives
Discover change, together
Tips and tricks on programming, evolutionary algorithms, and doing research
Experiments & Experiences in R
Critical perspectives on technology, sustainability, and the future
Astronomy, space and space travel for the non scientist
How one atheist sees life
Forum for Climate Engineering Assessment
Noah Deich's blog on all things Carbon Dioxide Removal (CDR)
resources on approximate Bayesian computational methods
The Science, Economics, and Politics of Climate Change
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Once you have finished counting diatoms, the real fun begins
weather musings for a wider audience
Let's talk about how we do research in the weather and climate sciences
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Science, Politics, Life, the Universe, and Everything
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Statistical Computing + Bayesian Modelling
Science - Simplified
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