Monthly Archives: April 2012

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By Steve Milloy and Willie Soon May 1, 2012 Washington Times Federal courts have a system to keep junk science out of courtrooms. It’s time Congress adopts one, too. The Senate Environment and Public Works…

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Watts Up With That? In groupthink, organizations value consensus more than free thought. The emphasis on consensus leads to group polarization, in which a group’s positions become more extreme than any individual would come up with. Alarmist climate science is … Continue reading

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wmconnolley says – “I’m here to help educate your people who (from the comments in this thread, I think you cannot but agree) are in need of help.” xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Sorry, Mr Connolley….I’m not yours to educate. I choose my mentors … Continue reading

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A federal judge who spent a decade presiding over one of the most contentious environmental court fights in the Northwest — the fate of endangered salmon in the Columbia River Basin and four hydroelectric dams…

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Those of you who don’t live in Australia will be lucky enough to have missed last night’s travesty of a documentary I Can Change Your Mind About Climate Change by the Aussies’ gag-inducingly PC state…

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James Delingpole recently blasted the ABC documentary I Can Change Your Mind About Climate Change. Having watched it through, I was disappointed but not surprised to see  UK scientist Professor Mike Hulme, of the University of…

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“The Great Lakes region should heed what’s happening in a remote part of the Pacific Ocean, where for the first time a nation could be swallowed by rising sea levels.” In what may be the…

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The President of the pacific Islands of Kiribati has rejected recent media stories claiming that residents were to be relocated to Fiji. Following the purchase of 6000 acres on Fiji by the government last week,…

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