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Sound Science Hurricane Ike caused extensive damage throughout the Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico regions in September 2008, as shown here at Pinar del Rio in western Cuba. A state-of-the- art computer model projects that global warming should cause an increase in the frequency of the most intense western Atlantic hurricanes, like Ike, during the 21st century.
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What we will cover critical thinking sound science
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Critical Thinking environmental issues require critical thinking  (controversial issues) a critical thinker is able to judge the validity and  soundness of arguments and to identify and avoid  deceptive, misleading, or unsound reasoning. Critical  thinkers acknowledge their  biases  (we all have them).
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use sound science versus junk science sometimes called pseudoscience what is science? science seeks to acquire and explain factual knowledge, not just 
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This note was uploaded on 10/28/2011 for the course NRES 102 taught by Professor David during the Fall '11 term at University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign.

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