Read this nonsense, but only after you take your Zofran.
Category Archives: Scientific method
Paul Driessen explains why it is such a junky concept as used by the watermelons.
Sierra must have taken a vacation, since I haven’t benefited from his research and writing the past week.
I got this on a google feed for enviro news items–not the usual for the feed for sure.
I would like to thank Ed Calabrese and Roy Spencer for being my friends.
I do not deserve, as a slug emergency physician who didn’t like calculus, to know them and have them as allies.
Krugman is best known as the last living really enthusiastic acolyte of John M. Keynes, a pervert and a really bad economist, by his own admission, after a period of a decade.
I put up Gordon Fulks on this before. Sorta out of order, but you’ll get the message.
Some screw up in the post, but here’s the more accurate Fulks piece.
The attached essay is about the new hot button–gender–but the political and social commentaries are always junky.
In response to Tom Harris, a strong advocate for common sense on climate issues, who rejects warmer crazies, here’s Gordon Folks, PhD Physics of Oregon.
What can I say–extraordinary human effects scientist for NASA and physician/anesthesiologist.
NCPA report, but they are conservative. I recall the Carol Browner EPA ozone regs that were based on crapola human effects studies.
Here’s another lecture by a warmer.
This is similar to other cancer treatment approaches and overdiagnosis that comes from better detection by imaging and testing.
You think otherwise, consider the price–for less than what was expected, for a start.
Chinese say sun. I say–right.
I am always amazed at the stuff these clowns put out.
And then I wait for Spencer, Heller, or Rayne to debunk their claims.