In Pursuit of Balance Rivers Marie: Back on Track in E16 Pinot Noir: Littorai searches to unearth the finest vineyards at the very boundary of where grapes can be successfully ripened. During this tasting, Ted shared 34 wines from not only 20 years of Littorai, but his journey as a winemaker over the last 30 years, beginning in Burgundy.
The Bacigalupis message essay and the Noise is not exclusively about global warming, but the one chapter devoted to the statistical challenges facing climate scientists does a great deal to clarify the facts of climate change.
The problem is not, as Silver sees it, one of determining whether or not the greenhouse effect exists now and can be expected to elevate temperatures on earth.
That much is known. The real problem lies in the statistical models that predict what happens next—and in our political system, which is making the situation worse. Many climate predictions are inaccurate, and bad prediction models have been exploited by partisan politics.
A bad prediction model becomes a weapon in partisan hands, harming the progress of climate science and misinforming the public. The outcome has been that more Americans now disregard global warming than did a few years ago. This is a setback, since future preventative actions may require public support.
Climate, Silver says, is a dynamic and extremely complex system, and such systems cannot be predicted with precision. Predictions that include uncertainty are typically more reliable.
Although there is good modeling, Silver claims, for general temperature increases and sea-level rise, no models can accurately predict much more. Not a lot can be known for certain about changes that may come as increasing carbon levels exacerbate the greenhouse effect.
But Silver advises science to remove itself from our dysfunctional political system, which is too polarized to seek honest outcomes. Only scientists working together without political interference, he says, can advance climate science by using the Bayesian process— thinking and modeling in a probabilistic fashion.
Onions are in season right now, but few cooks are squealing for them like they do for divas like tomatoes and corn. Nonetheless, onions are among the most essential supporting ingredients of all, right up there with oil, salt and pepper. Add white wine to that short list of essentials, and you have the ingredients for French onion soup, one of the only dishes I know that showcases the lowly onion.
The creation of French onion soup was inevitable, and it was probably invented more than once. And autumn is a sad time, when it feels OK to cry. Slater advises to bake the onions cut-side-down in a pan with two tablespoons of butter and a little salt and pepper.
I bake the onions at degrees for about 20 minutes, and then reduce the oven temperature to degrees. Cut the onion halves into thirds, along the tip-to-root axis. To this, add a cup of white wine and bring to boil. Once there, lower the heat to a simmer and let the wine reduce into a thickening sauce.
Finally, bring the soup to a boil and simmer for about 20 minutes. There are so many variations on the simple combination of wine, onions and butter, you could spend the rest of your life improvising.
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I am a law professor who writes about robotics. I’m also a big Paolo Bacigalupi fan, particularly his breakout novel The Windup Girl involving an artificial girl.
So for me, “Mika Model” was. Ship Breaker takes places in a gritty, grim future, where the divide between the rich and the poor is deeper than ever. The poor grow up like Nailer, a youth who lives in a little shack on a beach off the Gulf Coast with his abusive, drugged-up father/5.
The actual quote eludes me but I once an essay by Michael Chabon in which he wrote something like ” a religious systems of belief is beyond my grasp because of how much Science Fiction I have read” the quote, or idea, struck me as odd as it is precisely that type of literature (like Jeremiah, 4 Ezra) that create the right atmosphere to.
Essay about The Medium is the Message - The Medium is the Message McLuhan’s work with literature and culture produced the revolutionary thought that “the medium is the message.” In other words, cultures are changed not only by the “content” of technology, but also by the technology itself.
Paolo Bacigalupi’s young adult novel Ship Breaker () was a finalist for the National Book Award for Young People’s Literature and the recipient of the Locus Award for Best Young Adult Book. The story takes place in a post-apocalyptic future in the United States.