Tag Archives: Ethics

A Question of Questioning Ethics Without Gods

Can there be real enforceable ethics without God? Can there be an ethics of God without proof of God? Continue reading

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Seeking Mertonian Norms in Global Warming Studies

A brief review of the Mertonian Norms of Science, and a review of how they are not demonstrated much in Global Warming science… Along with a lament about how to reverse that. Continue reading

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Ethical Questions with No Room For Climategate

Some notes on the Stanford “conversation” on ethics in Climate Change. Continue reading

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Ethics, Stanford: A question of balance.

Stanford will be having a discussion of the ethics of Global Warming Science. The panel and agenda make it look like a ‘hit piece’ is likely with attempts to frame “Climate Denialism” as equivalent to being a Pro Tobacco Shill. Open meeting though, so who knows who all might show up ;-) Continue reading

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