1,700 Pages Of Science

“Every part of the U.S. is feeling the effects of climate change in some way,” said Allison Crimmins, assessment director.”

How is climate change affecting the US? The government is preparing a nearly 1,700 page answer.

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16 Responses to 1,700 Pages Of Science

  1. GWS says:

    Attempting to fly…
    and falling.

  2. Frank says:

    We have found Kamala Harris’s speech writer

  3. conrad ziefle says:

    Yeah, children think like that.
    Descartes figured it out hundreds of years ago. Very simply, “I think, therefore I am.” I guess for Tyson’s sake he could have said, “I think therefore, I am me.” Actually, he may have said that, more or less, further on in the discourse.

  4. Chaeremon says:

    Heat death from CO2 (in 2050 or 2100) does not exist outside of trained imagination.

  5. Petit_Barde says:

    From the Climate assessment article :

    “Many people are experiencing climate change through extreme weather events.”

    If according to the US government, “climate change” is mainly defined by its strong relation to the trends of extreme events (heat weaves, cold snaps, cyclones, floods, droughts, …) then they should try another definition because technically, according to all the data from NOAA, JMA, IPCC, etc., there is no trend whatsoever in any of those kind of extreme events.

    This 1700 pages pseudo-science assessment about a not even correctly defined stuff is nothing but a taxpayer funded fraudulent clown show which aim is to tax more.

  6. MGJ says:

    I shan’t be devoting much time to delving inside but no doubt it contains some real gems. Possibly summarised by ‘everything bad in the world that happened but nothing good’.

    In the UK, we had much the same thing with Brexit. We were informed – by experts no less! – that Brexit caused everything to be just awful, including a change in the orbit of the planets, dating and the space-time continuum.

  7. Timo, not that one says:

    “Brexit caused everything to be just awful, including a change in the orbit of the planets, dating and the space-time continuum.”
    Perhaps all those things actually have happened, but you are somebody else this morning and can’t recognize it. Tomorrow you will be a different person and then you will see it.

  8. conrad ziefle says:

    Maybe he is just saying this in hopes they will make another Beautiful Mind movie, but about him. Clearly, every great mathematician or physicist has some crippling mental disorder, so it follows logically (for him), that if he has a crippling mental disorder, then he is brilliant.

    • David says:

      Tyson is not a great physicist, he’s a wash out who couldn’t do physics, but is enough of a smooth talker to become a TV personality and podcaster so saved his career that way. If you look on the Los Alamos/Cornell archive I doubt you find any papers by this guy. At least Carl Sagan actually did some scientific work.

      Your assertion that “every” great physicist and mathematician has mental problems is also false, I will assume you’re being sarcastic.

  9. David says:

    Is he high? His eyes look glossed over like he’s been hitting the weed.

  10. Willys36 says:

    Tyson has always been a legend in his own mind. Very little of what he says makes sense in any frame of reference.

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