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Saturday, March 31, 2007

Ponder the Maunder

It is truly amazing the clarity and insight that a high school student can bring to the anthropogenic global warming debate when allowed to look at the science alone, and ignore the politics. I present to you the work of high school student Kristen Byrnes of Portland Maine.

Welcome to Ponder the Maunder, an extra credit assignment for Honors Earth Science, Portland High School, by Kristen Byrnes of Portland Maine.

This report is a comprehensive look at the global warming issue without financial or political bias. It uses the most updated information provided by scientists and researchers and interjects common sense, an important component missing from the global warming debate.
h/t: Luboš Motl who writes:
As far as I can say, the content of the website is at least comparable in quality, quantity, and sanity to the content of RealClimate.ORG even though the latter source is written by 11 people who have sucked millions of taxpayers' dollars in several countries.
OK. You will want to set aside some time so you can thoroughly explore this amazing website of Kristen's high school science project. You won't regret it.

2 comments:

Pontiac 1940 said...

Seems this young lass has more smarts than one notable narcissist "Gorey" lawyer, a Ph.D. fruit fly geneticist and all of the IPCC staff vested in protecting their careers.

She may well have rec'd help from her mum and dad or teacher, but she shows some spunk.

Gary Williams said...

One of the most lucid and well thought out works on the topic I have seen anywhere.
Obviously funded by EXXON:)