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Uh oh, ESA may be in trouble

Researchers at Michigan State University report the startling and surprising news that “a new species of bird has been discovered in India and China.” It is the delightfully and poetically named Himalayan forest thrush. But, but, but the Endangered Species Act … Continue reading

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Core principle of science goes into um, a bathroom fixture

Science.mag has a depressing piece summarizing efforts of scientists to reproduce results from earlier studies. To make a long story short, it doesn’t look good. The title of the Aug. 28, 2015 article is “Estimating the reproducibility of psychological science.” … Continue reading

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How to recognize a huge scam

Found an excellent blog with a fantastic post yesterday, titled: “The Eight Stages of Scam” Their analysis works for cholesterol and global warming, but they omitted  (Paul Ehrlich’s baby] overpopulation. The linked NYTimes article starts out saying, paraphrased, “Well, the … Continue reading

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Final post (we hope) on global warming

We hope never to publish another post on global warming, climate change or whatever. It has become clear that there are now two kinds of people: those who laugh at the breathless, oft-repeated claims that weather/climate disaster waits just around … Continue reading

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The frozen North, South, East, West – global warming, please come back!!

You would think we never had cold weather before. Or ocean storms. Or heat waves. Thanks to the 24-hour news cycle, every weather event is now a CRISIS! Warnings go out to citizens presumed to be too dim to know … Continue reading

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Day 14 – Freedom flies: when disaster memes clash

We wondered why, one week ago, when a huge, disastrous blizzard hit So. Dakota, killing thousands of cattle and possibly ruining some ranchers, there was no huge media outcry. IFO’s first thought was, “Well, that sure doesn’t fit the global … Continue reading

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Global warming prevention laws cost big bucks

We weren’t going to mention it again. After all, it seems that the whole idea that people are causing the world’s temperatures to rise has been so thoroughly debunked and discredited that there was no need to say anything more … Continue reading

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More news the warmists won’t like

Headline in today’s Houston Business Journal: Shale boom has led to lower U.S. carbon dioxide emissions “The International Energy Agency says the shale gas boom in the U.S. has led to a domestic decline in carbon dioxide emissions as generators … Continue reading

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Weather excitement – so much fun

When the weather turns erratic, usually as seasons change, we have time to stay inside and do some serious investment research. When the weather is fine, we go for walks, do the laundry and hang it outside, and just generally … Continue reading

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More on AGW – anthropogenic global warming

It’s the believers, this time. As promised by the AMS. It should be quite an interesting meeting. Skeptics v. believers. Note the title: “…ALL the Evidence.” As if… Oregon Chapter of the American Meteorological Society to Host Regional Climate Change … Continue reading

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