If you thought the humidity over the last few days in Queensland, Australia wasn’t a sign of more rain to come, then you should have taken a look at the forecast from Bureau of Meteorology (BOM). Early Sunday morning, BOM was already forecasting a deluge of rain heading towards the coast line and no let … Continue reading Floods Cause Another State Emergency for Queensland
There’s a bill in Kansas that would require teachers to misinform students on climate change. Misinform? Required to misinform, by teachers? It sounds preposterous surely made up. I know it’s Kansas, but still, surely no legislation would have be enacted to misinform students about a problem upon us even today, and convincingly through the scientific consensus … Continue reading Kansas Wouldn’t Really Do That… Would They?
I knew I wanted to express some thoughts on climate change, but where to start. The anecdotal argument that it was a cold winter in your neck of the woods doesn’t fly. It counts for nothing more than me making an argument for an exceptionally hot summer where I live being evidence of climate … Continue reading The Jury Is In On Human Influenced Climate Change: But Now What?