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Really good news on genetically engineered crops

Now this is a very encouraging sign. It isn’t Frankenstein, it’s Frankensteeeen. GM crops are the choice of farmers in America–wonderful, they aren’t dumb, and know GM strains of corn and soybeans work and make them successful. For cotton farmers no more weevil nightmares.

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Right to Farm trumps Nuisance suit

The Right to Farm Act prevents nuisance suits against established farm operations.

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Malaria vaccine breakthrough

GLaxo Smith Kline is applying for approval of a vaccine for the protozoal infection Malaria that has killed millions, particularly children, over the years.
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New Paper by McKitrick and Vogelsang comparing models and observations in the tropical troposphere

Bob Greene:

Climate models are inconsistent with observations

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Save the planet, go vegetarian

Another greenhouse gas from meat consumption study showing that reducing the consumption of meat, especially red meat, will save the planet.  Estimates on top of estimates but no estimate of how much lower the global temperature will be. Continue reading

Lancet: Acetominophen (Tylenol™) doesn’t help injured back healing

Researchers performed a “double blind” study comparing paracetamol (the UK name for acetominophen, best known US brandname Tylenol™) with placebo for treating back pain. Net conclusion: don’t waste your money Continue reading

Sometimes unethical human experiments produce convictions

This is put out as a scandal because of the Podesta connection, but look at what it’s about–experimental material for vertebroplasties–bone injections to reverse collapse.

Milloy and I are pursuing action against EPA for human experiments–curiosity experiments to see if exposing people to small particles

Another discussion of money and climate research warming advocacy

It is easy to count on whores to advocate for turning tricks for the government agencies that provide succor.

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Pasturella pestus is not dead.

Plague is an infection carried by rodents and it has the potential to re-emerge.

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1936 was the year of the warm monster

Goddard/Heller reviews the temp records and finds pre SUV heat records–1936.

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[Indian Point] Al Sharpton (even him…) gets the “stopped clock” deal

NY Time article on the Gov. Cuomo attempts to shut down the Indian Point nuclear reactors. There were public hearings today, including… Al Sharpton’s group.. Continue reading

Jack Cashill asks the question–can we reconsider TWA 800?

Anderson Cooper of CNN, one of the mouthpieces for the left, slips up on a Clinton period airliner incident that Jack Cashill knows a little about.

Imagine if it was a shoot down, how it might have disturbed Clinton’s roll to victory over the incompetent campaign of Bob Dole.

NOAA’s cheating heart revealed by Anthony Watts

Anthony Watts exposed the cheating on siting temp stations many years ago.

This is a follow up.

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Plastics are endangering the ocean life–oh horrors

Should I really play to these anxious enviros–since they are full of concern and have no concept of the magnitude of the biosphere and the trivial matters that plague their small minds.

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NYS’s (version of EPA): let’s shut down Indian Point… raise CO2, raise electric rates…

NYS wants to shut down Indian Point. Today’s excuse: for the fish.

Indian Point is a complex of two nuclear power plants about 25 miles north of NYC. It supplies roughly one quarter of the baseload power to that area.
NYS Governor Cuomo is on very solid record as wanting to shut it down.
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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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Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, a giant figure who knew tyranny

It is not because the truth is too difficult to see that we make mistakes…

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Breast Cancer management, tumor size considered

So the 5 cm or more tumor has a higher rate of recurrence if treated with breast saving surgery. Almost half had to have more surgery, including mastectomy.

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Carbon dioxide toxicity and benefits

Carbon dioxide, like even water, has its limits for benefits and can cause adverse effects at high levels.

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Australia in the grip of sanity and good sense

What can I say? Let’s hoist a Foster’s and put a steak on the barbee–a salute to Aussie common sense.

Jay Lehr, a friend and wonderful advocate, along with Lord Monckton, and other players on our side, made a big difference. Of course cap-and-trade and other nonsense couldn’t get action in the congress, but we are now governed by a tyrant with his praetorian agency guard under a suspension of the constitution.

I suppose a banana republic is good if you are the banana.