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It’s not about fat or carbos, it’s about calories.

Why don’t people just shut the hell up.

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Warmists Force Roger Pielke Jr To Quit FiveThirtyEight Blog

Bob Greene:

Never a discouraging word is heard

Originally posted on NOT A LOT OF PEOPLE KNOW THAT:

By Paul Homewood


Breitbart carry the story of how Roger Pielke Jr was forced out of writing for the FiveThirtyEight blog, for not toeing the party line.

Environmental studies professor Roger Pielke, Jr. has quit Nate Silver’s FiveThirtyEight blog over a controversy that arose after he wrote a post denying that global warming is responsible for the increasing costs of recovery from natural disasters.

Pielke, a professor in the Environmental Studies Program and a Fellow of the Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences (CIRES), reported to Discover Magazine that over the last month he began to find that his work was being rejected by FiveThirtyEight. So, he told editor Mike Wilson that he quit.

The controversy grew after Pielke posted a March 19 story he entitled, “Disasters Cost More Than Ever–But Not Because of Climate Change.”

As soon as he posted the piece, the laymen critics in Silver’s…

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Alternative energy myths and delusions–Sierra Rayne hits em as preposterous

Thanks to Sierra for taking on the Stanford Woods claims about wind solar and other alternative energy.

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Lomborg’s Senate testimony

Bob Greene:

The cost of action could be twice the cost of inaction.

Originally posted on Climate Etc.:

by Judith Curry

Because   there   is   no   good, cheap   green   energy,   the   almost   universal  political  choices   have   been   expensive   policies   that   do   very   little. There   is   much   greater   scope   for   climate   policies to   make   the   total   climate   cost   greater   thought   the   21st   century. – Bjorn Lomborg

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A military integrity problem?

So we have a series of scandals that smear the reputation of the military.

I would like to say stop this.

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Why would energy costs be so burdensome–we elected a villain as pres

The cost of energy climbs, the costs of fuels escalates. Does that make sense given recent discoveries of unlimited resources? Only if a monster is in the white house, the green monster.

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Electric bacteria

Electric life forms that live on pure energy seems like a bit of an overstatement. Continue reading

Europe has no excuse for conceding to anti Semitism.

Shame on them, for there lack fo fortitude in the face of muslim aggression.
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When government goes rogue we have midnight highjacking and drafting errors

Some of the sophisticates who read junkscience reject talk of impeachment.

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Prussic Acid–bad news for rancher farmers

Ever heard of sudden death in grazing animals? Prussic acid may be the culprit, because it causes the production of a terrible toxin–cyanide. You may recall small amounts of cyanide be big time trouble for living things.

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Doin’ some Trey Gowdy roughhouse on EPA junk science

Everyone, including my lawyer friends, admires the examinations of hostile witnesses by Congressman Trey Gowdy. The man is a master of cadence and emphasis and strategy in the art of colloquy.

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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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