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Dawn of Life

Looking east toward the northern Flinders Ranges from Ediacara Conservation Park. © CJA BradshawI’ve had one of the most mind-blowing weeks of scientific discovery in my career, an... Read more

Paperblog Pick in Environment

Statistical Explainer: Average Temperature Increases Can Be Deceiving

Over the years I’ve used a simple graphic from the IPCC 2007 Report to explain to people without a strong background in statistics just why average temperature increases can be... Read more

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