For the fourth Science on the Hill event, “Future Climate: What We Know, What We Don’t”, experts talked with Scientific American senior editor Mark Fischetti about what goes into modeling our climate and how such models are used in addition to long-term climate prediction.
Share this on WhatsApp Post Views: 0 As COVID-19 claims more victims, scientific models make headlines. We need these models to make informed decisions. But how can we tell whether a model can be trusted? The philosophy of science, it seems, has become a matter of life or death. Whether we are talking about traffic […]
Share this on WhatsApp Post Views: 0 SpaceX ’s first Crew Dragon spaceship to carry astronauts slid into a dock at the International Space Station Sunday (May 31), concluding a historic 19-hour voyage to for its veteran NASA crew. The arrival marked a major feat: the first docking of a crewed U.S. spacecraft at the […]
Share this on WhatsApp Post Views: 0 For more than four centuries, archaeologists and geologists have sought to determine the geographical origins of the stones used to build Stonehenge thousands of years ago. Pinning down the source of the large blocks known as sarsens that form the bulk of the monument has proved especially elusive. […]