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On Bloggingheads: Trying to Reason with Hurricane Season

The IntersectionBy Chris MooneyAugust 28, 2007 5:06 AM


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I finally figured out how to create diavlog links. Cool. So here are the different segments of my discussion with Henry Farrell, which I think came out quite well. First, the main link: You can watch the whole diavlog in its entirety here. Meanwhile, here are the segments: Chris's new book Storm World (13:30) How hurricane science got hot (03:57) Bill Gray, "the Howard Stern of meteorology" (07:49) Kerry Emanuel, the anti-Gray (11:05) Pre-Katrina prophecies, including Chris's (10:15) Should scientists "frame" research for the public? (15:56) Media's climate coverage getting warmer (07:01) There are some 81 comments about this diavlog over at the site, and the numbers are continually rising, so if you want to dive in....

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