Russ Campbell, Tim Ball and climate change (I mean global warming)

Media coverage of global warming, ahem, has been divisive. If you are a busy person trying to understand global warming, you might get a little confused by reading the National Post, the Calgary Herald, or Russ Campbell's blog. It's partly because of the lack of critical discourse about many self-proclaimed climate experts' credentials...

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CO2 Now has widgets

CO2NOW.org is a neat resource specializing in helping humans simply know how much CO2 is currently in the Earth's atmosphere. It kind of reminds me of a thermostat. We should all have a carbon-o-stat for our earth. And it should…

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Freedom of scientific speech

One problem I have with so many conservatives and libertarians is their attachment to their untested (and often inconsistent) theories and ideas. To be fair, we're all probably a little challenged by science and research that refutes our own beliefs.…

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The future of cities

This conversation with Paul Saffo is interesting in part because these two middle age white executives are speaking so nonchalantly about the relative likelihood of nation states breaking up into city states. And don't forget about the rise of robots.…

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David Suzuki says call PM

David Suzuki says call prime minister Stephen Harper and tell him that Canada needs to show a willingness to cooperate in Copenhagen. And he also says we should record our phone calls on video and then post them to the…

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