Good news: +2.1 degrees Celsius … It shows what we can do

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See Retired data scientist and statistician. Now working projects in quantitative ecology and, specifically, phenology of Bryophyta and technical methods for their study.
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1 Response to Good news: +2.1 degrees Celsius … It shows what we can do

  1. Greg Robie says:

    Thanks for the intro to Adam, and thereby Kurtis, Jan. I tweeted them both in my ongoing vain effort to get the increased seasonal refraction the Inuit observation identify and quantify the attention they require (assuming non-academic approved data is still scientifically valid). Not holding my breath, but it is/was something [else] to try; an action for today.

    Another is saying “hi” to you.

    I did not expect, but Gavin would have been on the top of my list for such a position, as the Biden Administration’s climate teams gatekeeper for what will be ‘allowed’ as science. Jim Hansen must be talking to himself in the mirror; Martin Weitzman must be rolling over in his grave.

    Some ‘interesting’ stuff is happening in Maine regarding utility scale solar that I’ve a somewhat front row seat for. Like Gavin-as-Gatekeeper, I feel blindsided; relegated to conspiracy theory crazy to try to talk about it.

    I like the cropped picture of you from the sail with your son. Triggers a “Wooden Ships” sentiment in me. Gotta love Gracie.

    I’d forgotten this version. The sister whose hand I took couldn’t/can’t leave. Also interesting!


    sNAILmALEnotHAIL …but pace’n myself

    life is for learning so all my failures must mean that I’m wicked smart


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