Category Archives: Scientific method

Intellectual tyranny–Thomas Sowell discusses

Here at it’s a damn lucky thing we aren’t offerred a lot of money to change our opinions.

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Natural variability is the norm–get it–and warming has not occurred

I would also suggest that the surface record is being screwed with, and that the recording of temperature are a great opportunity to cheat–for example the story last month of “adjusting” the Paraguay records and the Arctic records.

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Gordon Fulks, PhD Physics on a local Oregon goofy climate action plan

Gordon and I have corresponded many times, and I follow his advocacy.

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Doggy performance report

Here’s a goody sent by a commenter Neil, Italian and UK researchers say that dogs can detect prostate and bladder cancer in a urine sample.

I wouldn’t doubt it a bit.

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Expansive climate activism

I recently saw that ll Federal Agencies have climate projects.

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Ambient air pollution effects–why I have never seen an air pollution death in 44 years of practice

Dave, a frequent and insightful commenter asked for a clarification.

The question centers on my statement that ambient air pollution doesn’t cause disease, death or asthma. I can also say that in 44 years of medical practice I have yet to see a death from small particle air pollution or ozone as the EPA asserts is common, in fact a major impact on American’s health, producing hundreds of thousands of deaths every year.

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Formaldehyde, sounds scary, normal metabolic byproduct of human systems

We have an expert on formaldehyde, Mr. Bob,

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