ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — A few things I’ve found on the Internet that seemed worth sharing:
- Keith Kloor on the 1970s energy worries and the problem of crying alarm too loudly: “Any cautionary lessons here for climate catastrophists? Will people be
making similar observations about the climate crisis in thirty years?”
- A belated nod to Laura Paskus’s excellent look at the politics surrounding Mount Taylor.
- Some remarkable new NASA data on how quickly California’s Central Valley farmers are pumping down their aquifer. (See also David Zetland’s take.)