Daily Archives: March 27, 2013

Originally posted on JunkScience.com:
If held accountable like the oil industry, wind would be fined at least $7.3 billion annually for bird kills. From a AWEA letter to the editor of the Elko Daily Free Press: Regarding Thomas Mitchell’s…

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Originally posted on Real Science:
  HAMweather: Record Events for The Past 7 Days

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Originally posted on Real Science:
Obama told us that communist medicine would reduce health care costs. Study estimates Obamacare could raise individual claim costs 32 percent | Washington Guardian

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Originally posted on Real Science:
Anger over unannounced police drill – Times Union Cuomo is disarming New Yorkers, while getting them used to heavily armed paramilitaries storming their homes. h/t to Dave G

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Originally posted on Real Science:
AMSU-A Temperatures Trends from NASA’s Aqua

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Originally posted on Law, Politics, and Philosophy:
“But as for certain truth, no man has known it, nor will he know it; neither of the gods, nor yet of all the things of which I speak. And even if by…

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Originally posted on Real Science:
The writer believed that Hitler and Chamberlain were men of peace, but the public was not  up to their high standards. 01 Jul 1939 – CAN HITLER TRUST US?

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Originally posted on Real Science:
“There is a 100-year flood every two years now,” Mr. Cuomo said New York State Bonds Include Warning on Climate Change – NYTimes.com More like there is a 100 year stupidity event every time he…

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Originally posted on Real Science:
Berkeley City Councilman Gordon Wozniak brought up taxing emails during a recent council meeting. He suggested the money collected, which would be part of a wider-reaching Internet tax, could be used in Berkeley’s case to…

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