Author Archives: Rachel M

Open thread

Due to popular demand – ok, just one person 🙂 – I’m posting an open discussion thread. The topic is a recent post at WattsUpWithThat by Tim Ball called People starting to ask about motive for massive IPCC deception I’m going … Continue reading

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Curry for dinner

This is a guess post by VTG Judith Curry has posted a short summary(1) of her recent talk sponsored by the George Marshall Institute, attempting to put the case for adaptation rather than mitigation. In the somewhat tortured semantics of … Continue reading

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People’s Climate March

I thought I’d temporarily hijack AndThen’s blog to write a quick guest post about the upcoming people’s climate march. There are going to be a series of climate marches around the world on the 21st of September which is this … Continue reading

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Community-driven solutions to climate change

I thought I’d write a post while AT is away which he hopefully won’t mind me doing. I feel a bit frustrated by the lack of discussion about solutions for climate change. There’s much pointless bickering about things we shouldn’t really … Continue reading

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The Smoking Gun At Darwin Zero?

This is a guest post by AnOilMan No, but it sure is an enticing title. It was 4 years ago when I first started getting concerned about what climate change skeptics were saying. This was the first article foisted on me: … Continue reading

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Discounting the future

This is a guest post by Rachel Whether or not we should do something about climate change is often evaluated in terms of costs and benefits. If the benefits of doing something outweigh the harms, then this would give us a … Continue reading

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