A Few Things Ill Considered

A layman's take on the science of Global Warming featuring a guide on How to Talk to a Climate Sceptic.

Thursday, September 27, 2007

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Illconsidered on Science Blogs

Just a quick update to my farewell post to note that the new RSS feed is working now and A Few Things Ill Considered is properly integrated in the Science Blogs site.

I have a few posts up already, nothing too substantial yet, and the first installment of "A Week of Global Warming News" from HET is in place.

See you all over there!


Thursday, September 20, 2007

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Farewell Blogger

This posting is my last here on blogger, A Few Things Ill Considered has moved over to Science Blogs. I am very excitied about the move and pleased to be in the company of such notables as Tim Lambert, William Connolley and Chris Mooney, and many other quality bloggers that I don't yet read regularily.

The new URL is http://scienceblogs.com/illconsidered and the RSS feed can be found here, please update bookmarks, subscriptions and blogrolls accordingly.

A Few Things Ill Considered began in January of 2006 and to date has had over 218 thousand visitors and 550 thousand page views. I am grateful and flattered for all this readership. I know it has been quiet recently but I am stepping things up now at the new location. My first introductory post is here.

Science Blogs is holding a contest for the 500,000th comment which is very near, so why not drop by, say hello and win a prize?

See you there!


Tuesday, September 18, 2007

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Another Week of GW News, September 16, 2007

Courtesy of H.E.Taylor, here is this week's GW news roundup
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Low Key Plug

My first novel Water was published May, 2007. An Introductionto the novel is available, along with the Unpublished Forewordand the Launch Talk. An overview of my writing is available here.


PS. You can access the previous postings of this series here

"We basically have three choices: mitigation, adaptation and suffering. We’re going to do some of each. The question is what the mix is going to be. The more mitigation we do, the less adaptation will be required and the less suffering there will be." -John Holdren, AAAS president