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News in Brief

March 8, 2012

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Football Climate Change Blogger Michael Brown decided to join in the recent fashion for climate change scepticism and collected sets of data from the real climate scientists so he could do his own statistical fiddling in in much the same way as used by the so-called “climate sceptics” out there. It appears, from his work, […]

Limited resource world

February 13, 2012

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by Mark Preston, former research worker for the “Limits to Growth.” Not to sound like an old Beatles song, but it was forty years ago this year when the band of people who thought we could not simply keep using up the resources of the world first began to play. While I would, of course, […]

Citizen Journalism, Citizen Science

November 30, 2011

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New Format With any luck, we finally have a structure for Changed Times that may well work, in terms of being simple to manage and simple for readers to use and run through.

Ghosts in space

November 30, 2011

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They glow out there in space like a couple of dozen phantoms wandering the starways with no apparent source for the light they glow by. Now it seems like nearby black holes that have recently ended a feeding frenzy may be the cause.