Java Zen:Thinking Out Loud Tuesday, 2018.06.19
I've noticed in a variety of contexts that there are some rather well-educated,
articulate individuals out there who have what seems to me to be a fanatical,
quasi-religious belief in 'international law,' and the idea that it should trump
any other conflicting consideration.

		David Bernstein


Global Warming – It’s All In Your Microchip


It looks like global warming is a computer problem and not a real problem, what with all the data being based on computer models instead of, you know, actual field science. I’ve made the point before:

For all their credentials, the scientists really don’t know for sure what is happening with the climate. Those that claim to be sure, probably aren’t honest scientists.

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Matthew Brown, with InterEnergy Solutions, emails with the suggestion to look at Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s web site. I’m finding some excellent information on the site, particularly if you like the kind of detail the news nematodes haven’t the patience or the competence to understand and report.