Daily Archives: May 17, 2012

Originally posted on suyts space:
I am perpetually flabbergasted at the outright denial of scientific facts by alarmists.  When I comment on alarmist blogs and the conversation turns to dendrochronology, I point out the facts that bristlecone pines have a…

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Originally posted on JunkScience.com:
NPR has been running a series of stories about the alleged horrors of hydraulic fracturing, relying mostly on anecdotal reports about health impacts to say there “isn’t an answer” to questions about whether the wells are emitting…

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Originally posted on Real Science:
Colorado boy, 6, suspended for sexual harassment May 4, 2012 AURORA, Colo.—A 6-year-old boy was suspended from his suburban Denver school for three days after school officials say he told a girl “I’m sexy and…

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Originally posted on suyts space:
Lol, the left’s shape shifting of convenience is something else.  The continual redefining of one’s self gives a particular insight to the psyche of the individuals who engage in such actions.  I’m sure readers here…

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Originally posted on Real Science:
 By Dylan Stableford May 18, 2012 A possible source of the so-called “birther” issue–or at least a potential cause of the rumors that have dogged President Barack Obama–has been identified. Obama’s former literary agency misidentified…

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Originally posted on Real Science:
NOAA tells us every month ad nauseum, that temperatures have been above normal every month since 1985.  Given that they now add more than half a degree on to all recent measured temperatures – this…

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Originally posted on Climate Audit:
D’Arrigo presented their new study. I went over and introduced myself and said that I thought that their new study was much better than Osborn and Briffa and that it was too bad that they…

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