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Paul Newell captured dramatic images in the Bearspaw area of northwest Calgary just before the start of the hailstorm on Sunday, Aug.

Reader photoPaul Newell. The society is funded by a group of insurance companies with a goal of reducing hail damage claims. Before the storm hit, Krauss said, the company sent all four of its cloud-seeding aircraft into the thick and swirling integradaas clouds.

The planes flew for more than 12 hours, shooting silver iodide, a chemical agent that helps limit the size of hail stones, at the top and base of the clouds, until midnight.

But despite the heavy seeding, golf-ball-sized hail stones pelted parts of Calgary late Sunday night, causing widespread damage to cars and homes. Northeast Calgary was worst hit by the storm, where integradzs hail was between five and six centimetres, said Environment Canada meteorologist John Paul Craig. Other parts of the city saw toonie-sized hail from a second storm system, said Craig. Of the 85 new and used cars on the lot, general manager Murray Dorren said not a single car ijtegradas spared from the storm.

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Across the apocakipticas, the dinged-up vehicles looked like dimpled golf balls from the repetitive pounding of the sizable stones. Some windows and sunroofs were shattered, while others were pierced by the heavy hail. Insurance companies and brokers were inundated with calls all day as customers tried to file claims on their wrecked cars and homes. Biggs said the level of damage so far appears to be similar to the July hailstorm, when Intact apocalpiticas about 12, hail damage claims.

Chief operating officer Bruce Rabik of Rogers Insurance, which insures several car dealerships in Calgary, said the damage is extensive.

A couple other dealerships with damaged cars each. Rabik said claims adjusters are overwhelmed with the volume of claims. He urged customers to be patient as it may take a day or two as insurance workers make their way to each home. Shredded leaves, twigs and broken branches blanketed pathways along the Bow and Elbow rivers as city crews worked to clear them, said Calgary parks pathway lead Duane Sutherland.

Once daylight broke Monday, Royal Oak resident Satya Mudlair inspected the exterior of his home, which was riddled with damage. The apple tree in his backyard has also lost about half its apples, he said. Fortunately, his car was parked inside the garage and was spared any dents. Mudlair said his insurance company told him it would aopcalipticas two or apocaliptticas weeks before the damage would be repaired.

More precisely, in post normal conditions the behavior of people doing science has changed. We can use the recent discovery of the Higgs Boson as an example. Facts were uncertain—they always are to a degree; no values were in conflict; the stakes were not high; and, immediate action was not required. What we see in that situation is those doing science acting as we expect them to, according to our vague ideal of science. Because facts are uncertain, they listen to various conflicting theories.


They try to put those theories to apocaliptica test. Their participation in politics is limited to asking for money. Because the field of personal values is never in play, personal attacks are minimized.

Personal pride may be at stake, but values rarely are. The stakes for humanity in the discovery of the Higgs are low: No scientist straps himself to the collider and demands that it be shut down.

And finally, immediate action is not required; under no theory is the settling of the uncertainty so important as to rush the result. The details of apocalipgicas paradigm are filled out slowly apocalipficas deliberately. The situation in climate science are close to the polar opposite of this. That does not mean and should not be construed as a criticism of climate science or its claims.

The simple point is this: To be sure much of their behavior remains the same. They formulate theories; they collect data, and they test their theories against the data. But, as foreshadowed above in the description of how high energy particle physicists behave, one can see how that behavior changes in a PNS situation.

There is uncertainty, but the good faith that exists in normal science, the faith that other people are asking questions because they actually want the answer is gone.

And those doing science are faced with a question that science cannot answer: Does this person really want the answer or are they a merchant of doubt? Such a question never gets asked in normal science.

Because values are in conflict the behavior of those doing science changes. In normal science no one would care if Higgs was a Christian or an atheist. No one would care if he voted liberal or conservative; inhegradas because two different value systems are in conflict in climate science, the behavior of those doing science changes.

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They investigate each other. And because the stakes are high the behavior of those doing science changes as well. In short, they become human; while those around them canonize them or demonize them and their findings become iconized or branded as hoaxes.

This brings us to the last aspect of a PNS situation: This perhaps is the most contentious aspect of PNS, in fact I would argue it is the defining characteristic.

They must see no need for immediate action because their values are at risk and because the stakes are high. Another way to put this is as follows. When you are in a PNS situation, all sides must deny it. This leads to a centralization and valorization of the topic of uncertainty, and epistemology becomes a topic of discussion for those doing science.

That is decidedly not normal science. The demand for immediate action, however, is broader than simply a demand that society changes. In a PNS situation the behavior of those doing science changes.


One of the clearest signs that you are in PNS is the change in behavior around deadlines. Normal science has no deadline. In normal science, the puzzle is solved when it is solved. In normal science there may be a deadline to shut down the collider for maintenance. Nobody rushes the report to keep the collider running longer than it should.

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The climategate mails are instructive here. Human beings acting in a situation where values are in conflict and stakes are high will engage in behavior that they might not otherwise. Those changes are most evident in situations surrounding deadlines. The deadline in question was the deadline for submitting papers for consideration. In fact, were I to rewrite the Crutape letters I would do it from the perspective of PNS, focusing on how the behavior of those doing science deviated from the ideals of openness, transparency and letting truth come on its own good time.

Climategate is about FOIA. There were two critical paths for FOIA: Not normal in that apocalipficas is usually shared; not normal in that we normally respect the privacy of those doing science.

But this is PNS, and all bets are off. Data hoarding is defended using IP and confidentiality agreements. Demanding private mail is defended using values imported from performing business for the public.

In short, one sign that a science is post normal, is the attempt to import values and procedures from related disciplines. Put another way, PNS poses the question of governance. Who runs science and how should they run it. McIntyre and McKittrick had a apocwlipticas published in the beginning of However, there was a deadline in play. Papers had to be accepted by a date certain.

One need not re-adjudicate whether or not the IPCC rules were broken. And further these rules have nothing whatsoever ever to do with the truth of the claims in that paper. This is not about the truth of the science. What is important is that the behavior of those doing science changes. Truth suddenly cares about a date. Immediate action is required.

In this case immediate action is taken to see to it that the paper makes it into the chapter. Normal science takes no notice of deadlines. In PNS, deadlines matter. Last week we saw another example of deadlines and high stakes changing the behavior of those doing science.

The backstory here explains. It appears to me that the behavior of those involved changed from what I have known it to be. It changed because they perceived that immediate action was required. A deadline had to be met. Again, as with the Jesus paper, the facts surrounding the release do not go to the truth of the claims. In normal science, a rushed claimed might very well get the same treatment as an unrushed claim: It will be evaluated on its merits.