Enviros to sue EPA on ozone; Taxpayers to pay for lawsuit?

Enviro groups have filed a notice of intent (NOI) to sue EPA over the ozone standard withdrawn by Obama. If they win, there’s a good chance that taxpayers may have to pay their legal costs. Click for the NOINOI. Click for a law review article about enviros recovering Clean Air Act legal costs.

Nobel Prize winner rejects tyranny of consensus

” When Israeli scientist Dan Shechtman claimed to have stumbled upon a new crystalline chemical structure that seemed to violate the laws of nature, colleagues mocked him, insulted him and exiled him from his research group, reports the Associated Press. Continue reading Nobel Prize winner rejects tyranny of consensus

Bryce: If relativity is now debatable, why not climate change?

“Last month, scientists at CERN, the prestigious high-energy physics lab in Switzerland, reported that neutrinos might—repeat, might—travel faster than the speed of light. If serious scientists can question Einstein’s theory of relativity, then there must be room for debate about the workings and complexities of the Earth’s atmosphere,” writes the Manhattan Institute’s Robert Bryce in today’s Wall Street Journal.