Julie Borg

Julie is a clinical psychologist and writer who lives in Dayton, Ohio. She reports on science and intelligent design for WORLD Magazine and WORLD Digital.

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Expert: Climate report stokes unwarranted fear

Science | Grim predictions are still standard, but climate models are not as definitive as they seem
by Julie Borg
Posted 11/29/18, 02:39 pm

The U.S. government’s 1,700-page National Climate Assessment, released Friday, unsurprisingly blamed human activity for global warming and forecasted gloom and doom unless people took drastic measures to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. But skeptics of catastrophic man-made global warming caution that this report, like those that preceded it, relied on computer climate models that lack credibility and make predictions that do not match observations in the real world.

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Fire fact and fiction

Science | What science really says about climate change and California’s deadly blazes
by Julie Borg & Lynde Langdon
Posted 11/21/18, 06:59 pm

With one of the deadliest and most destructive wildfires in California history still smoldering, climate change is taking much of the blame.

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Dandelion design

Science | Flight of the plant’s seeds astonishes bioengineers
by Julie Borg
Posted 11/15/18, 04:21 pm

The fluffy seeds that make dandelions so prolific as weeds also makes them unique in God’s creation. A team of bioengineers recently discovered dandelions use a type of flight scientists have never seen before, according to a study published in the journal Nature last month.

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