Monthly Archives: January 2017

The image that took me two months to obtain: A window into what it is like to do research

Most people don’t really understand what scientists actually do or what is required to do scientific research. As a result, they don’t appreciate the amount of training and work that goes into being a scientists and conducting research. I personally … Continue reading

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How long is long enough? Do we need more climate data?

2016 was the hottest year on record, making it the third year in a row to set a new temperature record. Indeed, the past few decades have been so warm, that anyone who is 31 years old or younger has … Continue reading

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You’re probably wrong

I want to begin this post with a simple thought experiment. It is not original with me, and unfortunately, I don’t recall where I first heard it, but I think that it is a useful exercise. I want you to … Continue reading

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Debunking “The doctors case for homeopathy” by WDDTY: A case study in critically evaluating internet articles

I am very pleased to publish my blog’s first guest post. A reader contacted me a little while ago to see if I would take a look at an essay he had written debunking some of the nonsense that What … Continue reading

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