Edge Research Topics for Climatologists

A number of studies will apparently be undertaken by seasoned climatologists in new fields tangential to global warming. The objective will be to settle the science on issues that have long been controversial. Climatologists are the logical choice to branch into these questions, given their demonstrated creativity regarding causes and effects of climate change.

One Pressing Research Issue:

Initiatives can address many other puzzling issues, such as these:

Very topical these days:

The study could recommend ways to build on the obvious successes of the War on Poverty, War on Drugs, and the War on Terrorism.

And, of course the big picture issue:

For other research grant opportunities, see here:

https://www.distractify.com/insanely-brilliant-science-questions-1197777368.html

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9 comments

  1. Bob Greene · July 17, 2015

    Terrific!

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    • Ron Clutz · July 17, 2015

      You know, if Paris COP doesn’t pan out, they will have to branch out to issues where their skills can be usefully employed.

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  2. wayne · July 17, 2015

    The climatologists would make piecemeal of such simple questions like those:

    On question one:
    1) CO2 is heavier that air. No one can deny it.
    2) CO2 sinks and collects in deep craters because it is heavier. No one can deny that either, open your physics book.
    3) That additional mass density attracts meteors toward the craters. Newton’s gravitational laws.
    QED
    You skeptics are so dense, this is nothing but simple physics. It is all because of CO2 is in the atmosphere.

    … or something to that tune. We have all heard their Sun(day)less hymns. 😉

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  3. wayne · July 17, 2015

    Ron, seems something has gone haywire with your wordpress formatting. Lines are breaking in the middle of words, at least at my end but not on any other wordpress sites.

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    • Ron Clutz · July 17, 2015

      Wayne, thanks for your comments. I’m not seeing the problem on my laptop running Chrome or on my ipad running Atomic.

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  4. wayne · July 18, 2015

    A snapshot portion from my screen:

    This wasn’t this way a few days ago when I made another comment here, everything normal, have you made any recent changes? Well, at least that shows you what some browsers are displaying. Icons also squashed and zoom levels don’t affect it. Just thought you might want to know.

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  6. Hifast · July 18, 2015

    Ron, your page looks fine here with Firefox on a Mac.
    Pics are a hoot to boot!

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