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Feelings across the universe

Originally posted on Learning from Dogs:
If you can’t feel it, you can’t write it! This saying was offered in a creative writing class that Jean and I attended when we were living in Payson, Arizona.  It came to me…

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It’s not what you say, it’s how you say it

As a phlyarologist, I understand that words matter. It’s often not what you say that counts, what’s far more important is how you say it (as a very good friend of mine is so fond of pointing out). Choosing one’s … Continue reading

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The third side

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Climate change: it’s the humans, stupid

Imagine you’re about to board a plane. 98 airline mechanics tell you that they are certain the plane will never make it. 2 airline mechanics tell you that they are not sure about the success of the flight. 1 auto … Continue reading

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Communicating climatology is no doddle

The image below is one man’s attempt to inform and simultaneously demonstrate the nightmare faced by individuals wishing to inform themselves about the facts of climate change. I think he succeeded on both counts. See the original at David McCandless’ … Continue reading

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Distraction tactics

The voice of reason… it makes perfect sense: when you can’t win, distract the audience.

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