Category Archives: Scientific method

This is the kind of junk that gives science a bad name

So here comes a medical study with plenty of power–40,000 subjects so it has statistical significance. HOWEVER!!!!

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Guns are an epidemic? Only in your small brain, nannies

If I kill you with a knife, is that the beginning of a knife epidemic? Huh?

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Streetwalking Bishops and Baptists–government money turns a trick

We have mentioned many times before the corrupting effect of government grants on climate and environmental research.

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Paulsen talks climate crisis in Portland

Sierra Rayne discusses, and points out Oregon has had no warming or changes in weather.

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Sierra Twofer–the man is amazing on NOAA cheating and Aussie waffling

Here he comes today with two debunks of the media warming ninnies.

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Pistachios are healthy? Really? I say this is a weak study

Look at this study, and see if you see what I see. This is a problem with these food magic risk assessment studies.

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John Christy represents the best kind of scientist–he follows the evidence

Howard Hayden, physicist, Prof U Conn, reads the NYT and alerted me to this piece. Thanks.

This essay and profile is pretty fair, although Wines gives entirely too much space to the intolerant fanatics who are at the climate funding trough.

http://www.nytimes.com/2014/07/16/us/skeptic-of-climate-change-john-christy-finds-himself-a-target-of-suspicion.html?_r=0

Howard Hayden at Energy Advocate

I am a big fan of physicist Howard Hayden, formerly Prof at U Conn, so I ask you to consider some of his comments from the July issue of The Energy Advocate</em, a real paper newsletter he publishes.

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Climate tripe–my my, such strong words from Time Mag

I am chuckling to think that such things could be said by the left.

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Marita on the endangerment mess created by the SCOTUS

Well it’s true they cannot re write statutes, they can “interpret” them in ways that boggle the mind.
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If you are studying sea level rise, this is ok?

Seismic blasting to study the ocean floor off New Jersey to study ocean floor sediments from up to 60 million years ago seems to be ready to go despite protests.  Continue reading

Since we be talking smoking–how bout a toke?

I admire a certain writer who puts up this fine piece on why small particles–tiny dust–don’t kill nobody the way the EPA claims.

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Let’s talk smoking cigarettes

It’s worth a little reality testing.

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More lies about temps–ask Goddard/Heller

That Goddard keeps the hits coming.

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Roy Spencer splains that claims of insight into climate are wishful

Climate is so complex that Roy Spencer thinks we should show a little humility.

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Missing light crisis

Cosmic accounting shows an enormous deficit in UV light.  Actual versus model.  Continue reading

Resveratrol comes a cropper

So here I go again. I am an equal opportunity food and wine editor–Chianti and other red wines are not magic unless used to charm your beloved, certainly not like the health food nuts would claim.

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Paul Driessen says two can play the litigation game–he’s right

Ok, an objective judge, reviewing the evidence, would allow a claim against Greenpeace for disrupting economies in a criminal conspiracy that includes gov funding of cliimate panic junk science on an enormous scale.

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Intestinal bleeding transfusion strategies parallel Battlefield Protocols

This paper is going to be the discussion item for this month at our journal club.

Lay people can and should understand why medical research sometimes provides guidance that is counter intuitive, at least on the surface.

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Junk science is fallacious science–read here

This author discusses fallacious scientific methods and attitudes.

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