Gallery: Other Ways of Knowing Climate Change

A collection of post-science content that challenges the organizing axiom of education communities; thus creating an entirely new cross-cutting academic discipline with rich historical roots in the faith and reason agonistes as old as mankind.


Gallery: Other Ways of Knowing Climate Change

May 28, 2023

Life-cycle cost of education community settings are informed by climate change assumptions.  The architectural character of a campus — i.e. the design and operation its buildings — has changed over the past half-century with cyclical assumptions about global cooling and global warming having  changed accordingly.  In the late 1960’s academic researchers found evidence of global cooling.  Fifty years on academic researchers assume the earth is warming.  We just roll with it as we do with all the other policy “givens” we accommodate.

According to a report by the Congressional Research Service, federal funding for climate research and related activities totaled approximately $13.8 billion in fiscal year 2020. This funding was distributed across various agencies and programs, including the National Science Foundation’s Climate and Large-Scale Dynamics program, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s climate Program Office, and the Department of Energy’s Office of Science.

Not included in this figure is the opportunity cost and loss of brand identity of not conforming to the climate change agenda.

Mass Formation Psychosis

Climate Psychosis

Climate Science: What Does it Say?

Dialectic: Climate Change

Readings / The Administrative State

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