Monthly Archives: April 2012

DFW Airport, hail, and repetitive loss

We’ve seen this tragedy before. Storms bearing hail and a spawning a dozen tornadoes tore through the Dallas-Fort Worth area on April 3. First, the good news. No…it’s not just good news. It’s great news. No fatalities reported as of … Continue reading

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Science policy? What are the real challenges here?

The March 22 post shared a “collaboratively-derived science policy research agenda” recently put forth by William Sutherland and 50+ co-authors. The list comprised 40 questions, organized by theme: -          understanding the role of scientific evidence in policymaking -          framing questions, … Continue reading

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March Madness, climate and climate change (and Christianity)

This evening (tipoff 9:23 p.m. EDT) the University of Kansas Jayhawks and the University of Kentucky Wildcats will compete for the NCAA Division 1 men’s basketball title. The history and unique nature of this event make it a suitable topic … Continue reading

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