If you thought Y Combinator was shaking up the entrepreneurial world, wait until every High, Middle and Elementary school have “App Clubs” creating apps used by the faculty and district and generating revenue that funds tech and entrepreneurial focused school programs.
Thomas Suarez is a 6th grader who sees the future. Which is why his TEDxManhattanBeach is required weekend viewing on BRYCE DOT VC.
A drop in carbon dioxide appears to be the driving force that led to the Antarctic ice sheet’s formation, according to a recent study led by scientists at Yale and Purdue. The key role of the greenhouse gas in one of the biggest climate events in Earth’s history supports carbon dioxide’s…
And you don’t have to show me science reports to convince me that we need to do something about the brown haze that hangs over our cities and the utter nastiness that is killing every living thing in our water.
As a scientist though, I absolutely believe that scientific debate does not belong in the court of public opinion. One of the key ingredients in the progress of science is healthy disagreement between researchers. I am not claiming that these disagreements are always friendly or that the scientists are always objective when defending their position, just that disagreement is necessary. There are indeed quite a few details that have yet to be settled in climate science and attempting to enlist the general public on either side of the debate only makes scientists look like a foolish lot. Ok, we are foolish, but there is no need to advertise.