UCalifornia profs warned not to use school resources for personal attacks on President Trump

Wanna-be political activists masquerading as professors should not be using their taxpayer-funded day jobs as a perch from which to spout their politics.

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Report: Skeptic climate petition validated as effective tool in battle against climate alarmism

31,000-skeptic-strong Oregon petition was deemed by warmists to be the most compelling’ message against climate bedwetting.

CT = Persuasive effect of bed climate wetting message
CM = Persuasive effect of Oregon Petition Project
CT|CM = Net effect of hearing both messages
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Double Standard: Financial ties between researchers and drug industry linked to positive trial results

So where is a similar report for climate, EPA-funded and other government-funded ‘researchers’?

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Report: 33% of adults recently diagnosed with asthma do not have it

Duh… I wrote about the phenomenon of asthma overdiagnosis 14 years ago… and what are the implications for EPA air pollution junk science? Continue reading Report: 33% of adults recently diagnosed with asthma do not have it

Food nanny nonsense: Calorie restriction lets monkeys live long and prosper

Here’s the problem: “This new insight appears to be particularly important in primates and likely is translatable to humans.”

IMAGE: A 2009 IMAGE OF RHESUS MONKEYS IN A LANDMARK STUDY OF THE BENEFITS OF CALORIC RESTRICTION. THE THEN 27-YEAR-OLD MONKEY ON THE LEFT WAS GIVEN A DIET WITH FEWER CALORIES.

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Claim: Nutritional quality of kids’ menus at chain restaurants not improving

Feeding the false dichotomy of “healthy” food versus “unhealthy” food.

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