Last quote by Marshall Shepherd
The perception of 'bust' is that it didn't materialize for New York in the manner expected. Much of the expected snow fell as sleet. To me, ice is a far greater hazard. If a pitcher throws a strike down the center of the plate or just off the outside corner, it's still a strike.feedback
Mar 14 2017
Marshall Shepherd has been quoted 5 times. The one recent article where Marshall Shepherd has been quoted is Climate scientists and weather forecasters outraged by proposed cuts to NOAA. Most recently, Marshall Shepherd was quoted as having said, “Research cuts compromise our ability to sustain and develop new capabilities in the future. Even 1-4 year lags or reductions can cause long-term damage because of erosion of technical skills, scientific expertise, and industry contracts.”.
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Quotes by Marshall Shepherd
Mar 06 2017
Research cuts compromise our ability to sustain and develop new capabilities in the future. Even 1-4 year lags or reductions can cause long-term damage because of erosion of technical skills, scientific expertise, and industry contracts.feedback
Nov 21 2016
These results are not surprising. And it further points to the notion that 'extremes' not averages get our attention. In life we get alarmed when we have a fever, not when our temperature is near the 98.6 average. We are setting Earth on course for high fever events to be quite common.feedback
Oct 10 2016
We are a culture that seems to get angry if the worst-case scenario doesn't happen and we prepare for it. I am continually baffled at the people that seem to anger that there is not more loss of life and destruction. That is the point of evacuating.feedback
Aug 15 2016
I honestly believe that low science literacy allows people to fall for things that make no sense. For example, when it is cold or a snowy day, I may get a comment like 'There is 20 inches of global warming in my yard.' While that is a cute, snarky comment, it really illustrates a lack of understanding of weather versus climate.feedback
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