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The Sciences

Blogging About; and Catch Me on Thom Hartmann Today

The IntersectionBy Chris MooneyAugust 6, 2007 7:56 PM

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I have lotsa blog posts today. Only, they're not on this site. First, I wrote a long essay at Huffington Post about the Yearly Kos science panel, which I thought was just extraordinary. It was definitely worth dropping a dime to travel to Chicago for. Click here to read my take. And here's a great picture of the panel itself from Lindsay Beyerstein:

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Meanwhile, the website The Daily Green has asked me to blog regularly about hurricanes--in other words, to track the weather, which has become a great hobby of mine. My first post over there, entitled "2007 Hurricane Season: Don't Get Too Comfortable," can be read here. In particular China and Taiwan right now need to worry about Tropical Storm Pabuk:

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Finally, I'll be appearing on Air America's Thom Hartmann Program today around 2 pm ET. Listen live here.

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