nguyenl on September 28th, 2009

Climate change is a dividing issue. It is not intuitive. It potentially hurts different groups with different interests. Recently I read a research paper by Jack Hollander, a UC Berkeley professor, titled Global Warming: Both sides, Rushing to Judgment. One sentence in its first paragraph captures the main point of the paper: “…hard evidence for […]

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Andrea Dominguez on September 28th, 2009

How can we be sure that it is humans driving climate change? It’s simple, look at all possible natural causes and weigh them against the evidence of the latest changes. In other words, compare the possible and measurable effects of any given “natural” cause of climate change with the actual climate change. Then compare the […]

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