Category Archives: Scientific method

Anthony Sadar, meterologist discusses the socialists triple point delusions

The triple point is a meteorological term for a mix of air forces and masses that triggers a cyclonic event.

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Google will be the final arbiter of TRUTH? Really?

This is like the real argument to authority. Argument to authority is a fallacious science argument–evidence and experimental reproducibility are the measure of truth or reliable scientific assertions or hypotheses. Feynman told me so and I think he is a pretty strong voice for good science.

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Interview with the Nobelist Weinberg on history of science

This is a very smart guy–and thoughtful. Nobel Laureate in Physics. I enjoyed reading his take on scientific methods and the history of science.

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Caruba on the enviro whorehouse Sugar Daddy problem

Ever heard of projection? It’s attributing your own bad thoughts/actions/motives to your opponent. This attack on Willie Soon is a good example.

Alan Caruba wrote this fine essay that Joe Bast forwarded.

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Dave Burton adds to our inspiration on Freeman Dyson

This was a very good comment, deserving of top tier presentation, in my opinion.

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NYT illiterati spews a dischord–Joe Bast thinks he deserves a break–OK

I have a tendency to use colloquialisms for purposes of attention getting.

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NYT expands on the eggs cholesterol food nanny problems

I thought this was pretty good for an article written by from the belly of the junk science nanny beast.

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