Category Archives: Methodology

More Kleck on gun ownership

It doesn’t make any difference to me, since I know that a gun in my hand is a good thing when the circumstances require it.

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More Criticism of the Royal Society position on warming

On Saint Patrick’s day i applauded Dr. Kelly for his critique of the Royal Society.

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More on the silliness of Carbon Dioxide scares

I know carbon dioxide cause I measure it in humans every time I work.

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Whoa, journalists are working an agit prop agenda for warming–really?

Wink, wink–these clowns can’t hit their butt with both hands but would propose to tell people what to be concerned about.

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Milloy was thinking insightfully about asthma before the EPA

Let’s consider the assertions of Milloy on asthma from a 15 years ago.

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Celebrity science, Scientific integrity, a note from Mel

Mel is a physician/oncologist grad of Stanford Med that I met on my journey in the 80s.

He sent me this note that deserves a post and a discussion.

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Rube Goldberg’s legacy and why he is immortal

When we look at the inefficiencies and silliness of bureaucracies we certainly can find a Rube Goldberg joke or two. Elaborate contraptions are often the work of over confident elites with time and money on their hands.

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