Thoughts on the climate change debate. In mid-February, several thousand scientists descended in a flurry of umbrellas upon rain-soaked Vancouver, Canada. The occasion was the annual meeting of the world’s largest science club, the American Association for the Advancement of Science. For nearly two centuries, the association has slowly settled scientific controversies by relying upon... Continue Reading
Peter Byrne is a national award-winning investigative journalist, science writer, and book author. He graduated magna cum laude from Tufts University, with a BA in English, Theater, and Philosophy, and earned his MFA at Florida State University. He has authored two books and writes regularly on physics and philosophy, among other topics. He is now working on his third book, "The Castle In Death Valley", about how life forms cooperatively adapted to the rapid desertification of Death Valley, California.