climate deniers

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James Taylor of the Heartland Institute studied atmospheric science; his analyses have been published in virtually every major newspaper in the United States. That’s impressive. I didn’t major in anything, and I ...
The Heartland Institute Is On The Case

Pack Up Your Science Books

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James Taylor of the Heartland Institute studied atmospheric science; his analyses have been published in virtually every major newspaper in the United States. That’s impressive. I didn’t major in anything, and I haven’t written for a single major newspaper. Fortunately (for me and this article), analyses hold weight only when publis
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Sometimes. Sometimes you read something so profoundly stupid it makes your head hurt. I’d coin the term myself, but I think my brain’s still recuperating from the Fox "News" brain freeze I just experienced. I’ll warn ...
Cal Thomas Does

Don’t You Love Farce?

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Sometimes. Sometimes you read something so profoundly stupid it makes your head hurt. I’d coin the term myself, but I think my brain’s still recuperating from the Fox “News” brain freeze I just experienced. I’ll warn you—for your own sanity—to just walk away now. I know you’ll miss all my dank jokes, but it’s wor
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Ah, Florida, we’ve missed you! What with states like Missouri and Wisconsin shooting unarmed African-American teens, everyone’s favorite wackmobile state has managed to stay out of the headlines. Until now. That’s ...
When Political Correctness Means Scientific Incorrectness

Fun With Science

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Ah, Florida, we’ve missed you! What with states like Missouri and Wisconsin shooting unarmed African-American teens, everyone’s favorite wackmobile state has managed to stay out of the headlines. Until now. That’s because of a story on March 8 from the Florida Center for Investigative Reporting on an unwritten rule in the Florida De
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The Snap Human beings hate being proven wrong. We hate even the mere idea of it. There’s nothing we hate more…except maybe earworms like this one or going to lengthy, post-lunch meetings. But on almost a universal ...
Let's Replace All Science in Schools With the Bible and a 20-sided die

Killing Science

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The Snap Human beings hate being proven wrong. We hate even the mere idea of it. There’s nothing we hate more…except maybe earworms like this one or going to lengthy, post-lunch meetings. But on almost a universal basis, we hate being told we’re wrong. That’s probably the main reason why we’ve had such a love/hate [&hellip

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