Paths To Knowledge (dot Science)

What is actually real in Objective Reality? How do you know? Now, prove it's real!

Exercise: Climate Science at Scripps

Posted by pwl on February 27, 2009

Scripps Institution of Oceanography has been a world leader in climate research since the 1950s, when Charles Keeling began his pioneering measurements of carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere. Join Scripps Director Tony Haymet for an exciting overview of the diverse array of groundbreaking climate research ongoing at Scripps. Learn how Scripps’s earth, ocean, and atmospheric scientists are making critical contributions to our understanding of Earth’s complex climate system. Series: “Perspectives on Ocean Science” [8/2007] [Science] [Show ID: 13037]

Exercise for the Reader (that means you): Identify the assertions, facts, beliefs, proofs or lack there of – then report on them in the comments. How can you prove or falsify any of the statements? If you see a crucial flaw in the arguments do you also see how it flows throughout the conversation? If you see a crucial fact presented in the arguments do you also see how it flows throughout the conversation? Be detailed, cite references, no personal attacks, opinions must be substantiated. Please use time indexes (starting at, ending at, duration) when quoting or referring to material in the video so that others can see that clip.

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