Monthly Archives: August 2020

Interregnum

Updated, 2020-08-31, 13:30 EDT A bit of an apology … I was working to produce a couple of more blog posts and had hoped to have one out, reporting on the uncertainty clouds for the phase plane plots of COVID-19 … Continue reading

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Origins of “modern” hypothesis testing

In their interesting article for CHANCE from July 2020, Debra Boka and Harold Wainer cite, in a footnote, that: In 1710, Dr John Arbuthnot used the number and sex of christenings listed at the bottom of the Bills to prove … Continue reading

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Professor Mark Z Jacobson on 100% zero Carbon energy, at North County Climate Change Alliance

With respect to some of the comments below the video: Comment: Consumerwatchdog.org thinks that 100 million $ from ExxonMobil to fund Stanford and Mark Jacobsens research weakens public trust in his research results. Response: https://bit.ly/2YdPkmy This report at same site … Continue reading

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Posted in carbon dioxide, clean disruption, CleanTechnica, climate change, climate disruption, climate economics, fossil fuels, global warming, investment in wind and solar energy, Mark Jacobson, solar democracy, solar energy, solar power, solar revolution, Tony Seba, wind energy, wind power, zero carbon | Tagged , , , , , , | Leave a comment

“Noam Chomsky wants you to vote for Joe Biden and then haunt his dreams”

At Ink. You compare those forces, and it looks like, How could this even be a struggle? But that’s the wrong measure. There are people, and they make a difference. We can go back to my favorite philosopher, David Hume. … Continue reading

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Isaias and Oak Island, NC

h/t to Professor Rob Young, Program for the Study of Developed Shorelines at Western Carolina University, via LinkedIn.

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