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Climate = Sum of Weather - ORIGINAL CONTENT
  • 8/22/23 at 7:00 AM
  • Climate Change
  • Ed Reid

Climate characterizes the average weather conditions for a particular location over a long period of time (usually 30 years). World Meteorological Organization

Weather is a series of events occurring at a specific location at a specific ...

Graphical Disinformation - ORIGINAL CONTENT
  • 8/8/23 at 7:00 AM
  • Climate Change
  • Ed Reid

The most common graphical presentation regarding global warming, or climate change, is the graph of the increasing temperature anomalies beginning in the late 1800s. The graphs below, created by Anthony Watts for the Watts Up With That ...

Key Climate Graphs
  • 3/16/21 at 3:00 AM
  • Climate Change
  • Ed Reid

Graphs are a powerful tool for illustrating, explaining and summarizing technical information. They are frequently used in climate science to provide historical information and perspective on various aspects of weather, climate and climate ...

Know/Imagine/Project - ORIGINAL CONTENT
  • 10/31/23 at 7:00 AM
  • Climate Change
  • Ed Reid

1a(1) : to perceive directly : have direct cognition of
2a : to be aware of the truth or factuality of : be convinced or certain of

1: to form a mental image of (something not present)
2: suppose, guess
3: to form a notion ...

Parsing The Washington Post on Climate
  • 8/28/18 at 6:00 AM
  • Climate Change
  • Ed Reid

The Washington Post recently published an article entitled: Climate change is supercharging a hot and dangerous summer. The article has since also appeared in The Times-Picayune in New Orleans. The article is based on numerous broad, ...

Pointless Panic
  • 11/5/19 at 6:00 AM
  • Climate Change
  • Ed Reid

Current conversation regarding climate change is largely couched in terms such as “crisis”, “emergency” and “existential threat”. However, the use of these descriptors is political posturing, not ...

  • 11/3/20 at 3:00 AM
  • Climate Change
  • Ed Reid

Stasis : a state of static balance or equilibrium : stagnation – Merriam-Webster

All aspects of life on earth are subject to continual change. The changes are the result of numerous factors including: changes in the sun; changes in ...