Daily Archives: April 1, 2013

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Potential landmark case seeks discussions on agency’s war on coal and the role of pressure groups from little-known accounts that have escaped scrutiny. Read more at CEI.org.

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Even if the statistical association is true (and it is weak), this is probably a socio-economic effect. The media release is below. ### Eating fish associated with lower risk of dying among older adults Risk…

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Hurting hospitals while not saving the planet seems foolish. Read more at the Daily Caller.

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“By all appearances UCLA did, in fact, violate [JunkScience.com friend] Jim Enstrom’s first amendment rights, not to mention his 14th amendment rights, and purposely deprived him of the funding he needed just to shut him…

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Mann’s re-tweets generally seem to imply endorsement. So what about his endorsement of Science mag writer Richard Kerr’s tweet that… … it’s “been warmer than now”, a comment antithetical to either the Mann and Marcott…

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  This article caught my eye.  It made me laugh a bit. Analysis: Germany sees itself as Europe’s grown-up, children sullen There’s probably a lot of truth in that.  BERLIN (Reuters) – Buoyed by solid…

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Big Picture News, Informed Analysis Greens who believe that the rules don’t apply to them are now part of government itself. Here in Canada, we have a watchdog position called the Auditor General. It examines whether public money is being … Continue reading

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