Category Archives: Scientific method

Rick Scott is an imbecile, no, he’s just scared

Read this nonsense, but only after you take your Zofran.

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I think sustainability should be eliminated from the lexicon

Paul Driessen explains why it is such a junky concept as used by the watermelons.

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Sierra on Canadian forest fires.

Sierra must have taken a vacation, since I haven’t benefited from his research and writing the past week.

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Nice to consider–some people notice the media and academic bias

I got this on a google feed for enviro news items–not the usual for the feed for sure.

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Roy Spencer on Ed Calabrese’s special interest, hormesis

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.

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Why does it not surpise me that Paul Krugman–idiot economist–would defend Michael Mann.

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.

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More good info on climate

I like this stuff.

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Tom Harris on coal

I put up Gordon Fulks on this before. Sorta out of order, but you’ll get the message.

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Gordon Fulks corrected

Some screw up in the post, but here’s the more accurate Fulks piece.

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Social Science junk–featuring whining

The attached essay is about the new hot button–gender–but the political and social commentaries are always junky.

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Physicist Gordon Fulks on why the coal miners need to reorganize

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.

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Charles Battig does good

What can I say–extraordinary human effects scientist for NASA and physician/anesthesiologist.

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EPA damage to the economy? Easily more than 100 billion in 20 years.

NCPA report, but they are conservative. I recall the Carol Browner EPA ozone regs that were based on crapola human effects studies.

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Warmers now say its aerosols? Or oceans? Or the dog ate my really good model?

Here’s another lecture by a warmer.

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Thyroid CA over diagnosed and overtreated

This is similar to other cancer treatment approaches and overdiagnosis that comes from better detection by imaging and testing.

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Universities have become high end whorehouses

You think otherwise, consider the price–for less than what was expected, for a start.

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Sierra on Idaho

An outstanding man, Sierra Rayne.

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That lucky old Sun, just rolling round heaven all day

Chinese say sun. I say–right.

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Junk science from the fanatics–a claim that they have found an increase–and it’s what?

I am always amazed at the stuff these clowns put out.

And then I wait for Spencer, Heller, or Rayne to debunk their claims.

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Witch hunting by climate hucksters

Roger Pielke gets the treatment for saying what is obvious–more value, more damage from weather events.

Not climate catastrophe, weather.

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