A cooler head in the UK Met Office in the wake of “extreme weather” in the UK. Continue reading UK Met Office: Dec. 2011 not unseasonably warm; Dec. 2010 was unseasonably cold
“We found that EPA does not currently have sufficient information or processes to effectively manage the human health and environmental risks of nanomaterials.” Continue reading Nanotech regulation: EPA IG says agency needs more data
“The latest bird flu virus that killed a 39-year-old bus driver in the southern Chinese city of Shenzhen over the weekend is not yet transmissible between humans, Chinese health authorities said.” Continue reading Bird flu virus doesn’t jump between humans: China
“You’ll know the U.S. energy industry is really on the rebound when North Dakota’s newfangled Bakken oil field starts pumping more crude than Alaska’s stalwart Prudhoe Bay. Energy experts expect it to happen in 2012.” Continue reading Report: Oil and Gas Bubble Up All Over
Hah… what the greens and rentseekers know about economics couldn’t fill a thimble. Continue reading 230,000 jobs from Chesapeake Bay ‘restoration’?
It’s a good thing we don’t need the jobs, energy or economic development. Continue reading Ninth Circuit delays (kills?) coal railroad jobs in Montana
It’s quite a price to pay for pushing human testing offshore. Continue reading Human experimentation opponents kill 14 babies in Argentina?
March 21 is D-Day in the U.S. for the anti-nukers. Continue reading Wasserman: 2012 Is the Year to Finally Bury Nuke Power
The Center for American Progress suggests that the military be diluted (polluted) with global warming alarmists and other One-Worlders. Continue reading Greens: De-militarize the military
“Five dollars a gallon for gas? Analysts say it could happen this year.” Continue reading $5 Gas: The Cost of Obama’s Anti-Oil Policy?
But Al Gore said… Continue reading Study: Lengthy Texas droughts nothing new