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Bill Nye the “Climate” Scientism Guy

Bill Nye the “Climate” Scientism Guy

Facts don’t support his hypothesis, so he shouts louder, changes subjects and attacks his critics True science requires that data, observations and other evidence support a hypothesis – and that it can withstand withering analysis and criticism – or the hypothesis is wrong. That’s why Albert Einstein once joked, “If the facts don’t fit your […]

Hiding in the Sunshine: The Search for Other Earths

Hiding in the Sunshine: The Search for Other Earths

We humans might not be the only ones to ponder our place in the universe. If intelligent aliens do roam the cosmos, viagra 100mg they too might ask a question that has gripped humans for centuries: Are we alone? These aliens might even have giant space telescopes dedicated to studying distant planets and searching for […]

Experience Earth Like Never Before!

Experience Earth Like Never Before!

NASA, Scripps Institution of Oceanography Shake-up Earthquake Warning Systems

NASA, Scripps Institution of Oceanography Shake-up Earthquake Warning Systems

The fault lines running beneath California’s clay, sand and loam are rarely visible, and yet never far from mind for the tens of millions of people who call the state home. Even before California’s next major quake hits, its implications are already reverberating through research and first responder communities. When disaster strikes, the quality of […]

Stewardship of the Earth

Stewardship of the Earth

While I was in California a little over a month ago I became aware that the well publicized drought there is largely man made. Not that there isn’t a lower than average rainfall, but the truth is there is plenty of water. The real problem is the governmental policies which will not allow the people […]

L. Neil Smith’s THE LIBERTARIAN ENTERPRISE: Spooky Action At A Distance

L. Neil Smith’s THE LIBERTARIAN ENTERPRISE: Spooky Action At A Distance

By L.Neil Smith Suppose that you were a primitive inhabitant of a desert island in the Pacific Ocean, and that, from time to time, you saw, far away on the blue horizon, the outline of what we would refer to as luxury cruisers. As Thomas Hobbes might have told you, if you’d been listening, if […]

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