Kerre Woodham weighs in on Ken Ring in her column in The Herald on Sunday. Here’s a bit:
With all the hoo-ha going on about Ken Ring’s quake forecasts and with the world watching in horror as Japan’s Fukushima nuclear power plant teeters on the brink of meltdown, I find myself wishing that I’d spent more time at school on left-brain subjects.
Latin, English, French and drama were a breeze for me; maths and science not so much.
But I really need to fill in the gaps in my knowledge because without a basic understanding of science, it’s hard to distinguish between the scientists and the nutters – whether or not the moon has anything to do with earthquakes; whether the Fukushima meltdown can possibly be compared to Chernobyl; whether man’s interference with the planet is a catalyst for earthquakes. Who knows?
Read the rest here.