Wednesday, May 18, 2016
Tuesday, May 17, 2016
Not scientific. Data collected by survey from memory. Nonsense.
What are the implications for EPA’s air quality studies?
Monday, May 16, 2016
The American College of Physicians encourages doctors to ask patients about their guns.
You can dial in to the conference call.
The VI AG had subpoenaed CEI for climate documents as part of Sen. Outhouse’s RICO folly.
All nonsense. Even assuming the result is somehow true (which I do not, for the usual ecological epidemiology reasons), there is no meaningful clinical health effect.
You mean, what goes up must come down? This is news?
More settled science.
The only rational reason for supporting federal labeling is to prevent states from enacting their own crazy laws.
Landings up from 20 million to 120 million pounds annually.
Friday, May 13, 2016
Things might just get even more embarrassing for warmists.
And, no, Poland will not be paying any climate payola.
Vikas Bajaj is a New York Times reporter who forgot to say to the World Health Organization, “show me a body.”
Thursday, May 12, 2016
The Democrat persecution of Exxon continues.
Here’s the key sentence:
Why not? If Bobby Kennedy could be Attorney General…
Adeus, Paris climate deal.
The CDC already has the $1.9 billion to fight Zika. Greedy corrupt bureaucrats just want more.
Show us a body.
Note the highlighted text for a laugh.
The Commission took a pass, however, on investigating EPA’s illegal human testing program.
Wednesday, May 11, 2016
Yes. Anything could happen — though so far warmists have always been wrong.
“Here we demonstrate that the ZIKVBR infects fetuses, causing intra-uterine growth restriction (IUGR), including signs of microcephaly in mice.”
How would this work? More likely a socio-economic effect — if even an actual effect.
This study looks to be very small number of cases of autism.
Three times a small number is still a small number.
Shell will talk the warmist talk, but not walk the warmist walk.
Uh… Canada’s forests have always burned.
The risks are “unknown,” claims the Post.
Water is the most abundant substance on the planet. CO2 emissions will not change that.
Democrats would rather kill babies than mosquitoes.
Tuesday, May 10, 2016
The MIT Ecology and Justice Forum In Global Studies And Languages Presents:
The fat police are wrong again.
Going to require an awful lot of coal.
“In a submission ahead of the Montreal summit Wednesday to Friday, China called for rich countries to take on steeper cuts.”
“It’s what we have to do if planet Earth is to be saved.”
Who knew? Smoking dope and driving is 50% safer than talking on a hands-free cell phone while driving.
I helped destroy your livelihood and community, so please vote for me.
“It is the first time a federal court has suggested that government may have a constitutional duty to combat climate change.”