A Moral Failure

I’ve already written about the economic and environmental costs of failing to deal with climate change. Both phenomena are well understood and the forecast grows increasingly disheartening. However, there’s a third story, a moral one. I’m not talking about the morality of increased incidence of famine, drought, and disease; those…

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Anthropogenic Climate Change

Last night, a reader’s comment caused to me provide an explanation of the greenhouse effect and how this shows us that human activity is primarily driving climate change. I was asked to repost that comment here. The scientific process is simple: state a hypothesis, test it, and analyze the results.…

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