While Sheril continues to blog up a storm, I merely have a few updates between my various plane flights….the latest of which, today, takes me to Minnesota for the big debate (tomorrow night) between Mooney-Nisbet and Laden-Myers. More on that when I get a second, but first, some updates:
The latest issue of Seed is out, and I have the cover story. While you can’t read the piece online, here’s the gist: It’s a manifesto for why the next president of the United States, whoever it is, had better get science. I’m hoping this cover story will prompt a lot of discussion, and this won’t be the last we have to say about it here on the blog.
Meanwhile, NPR’s new Book Tour feature just did a podcast about Storm World, which is based on a recording of a July talk I did at D.C.’s famed bookstore Politics & Prose. Check it out. There are some cool shorter audio clips that NPR has pulled out, including one with this title: “The story of an English major with a love for science.” Blush.
Anyway, I can’t link directly to the audio, but it’s all here.
And now, I’m off to prepare for the melee in Minneapolis….