Boyce Rensberger

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retired science journalist. New York Times. Washington Post.

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Gregg Kimball, who helped lead Richmond deal with its many Confederate statues.

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Gregg Kimball, author and speaker

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Spinning, an ancient tradition.

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A sample plaque for a historic building.

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Boyce Rensberger commented on Is carbon dioxide really the villain?

I didn't define or approve anything. I'm just relaying what the fisheries industry says and what marine biologists report.

By the way, where do you farm your kelp?

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Boyce Rensberger commented on Is carbon dioxide really the villain?

You might want to check on the fish situation. Some 90 percent of global fish stocks are gone or depleted below commercial usability.

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Boyce Rensberger commented on Is carbon dioxide really the villain?

Yes, and a generation before that of abundant evidence in the medical literature.

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Boyce Rensberger commented on Is carbon dioxide really the villain?

Well, actually, Jesus proves himself false if you accept the versions of what he said in John 13:34 and Luke 14:26. Or how about comparing Matthew 19:19 and Matthew 10:35. I could go on, but maybe this is enough to get you into more serious Bible study.

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Boyce Rensberger commented on Is carbon dioxide really the villain?

Let's see if I can make it easier to understand, Mr. Vaughan.

Remember Goldilocks? That was a girl who invaded the home of three residents, a big one, a little one and a medium-sized one. The occupants were away, but this girl went in anyhow and helped herself to whatever she could …

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Boyce Rensberger commented on Sounding the alarm on climate

For professional reasons (I was a science and environment reporter) I followed all those issues in real time. I don't recall any claims approaching what you say, and I was paying attention. So, please give us references. Who made those claims and when?

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Boyce Rensberger commented on When Atlas shrugs

If the number infected *is* exponentially higher, the calculated death rate would be exponentially lower.

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Boyce Rensberger commented on When Atlas shrugs

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Boyce Rensberger commented on Finding a new home for climate refugees

Apparently you don't know that there are already many thousands of climate refugees. Whole Pacific islands have had to be evacuated permanently. Even larger numbers have had to retreat from coastal lowlands of Bangladesh. Closer to home rising sea levels have swallowed Chesapeake islands …

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Boyce Rensberger commented on Finding a new home for climate refugees

An excellent column. Good theme and, as usual, talented writing.

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