• To Solve The Science Crisis, We Need A Science Court

    • Date: 26/04/18
    • Henry H. Bauer, National Association of Scholars

    The “crisis of irreproducibility” is only a symptom. The central crisis concerns the role of science in society, namely, that what official sources are now disseminating as supposedly reliable is actually untrustworthy in many ways on many matters — about health risks and drugs, for instance, or global warming. There are two interlocking facets of […]

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  • The Only Thing You Need To Know About Earth Day

    • Date: 21/04/18
    • Tim Worstall, Washington Examiner

    If you’re not a capitalist free-marketeer for Earth Day, then you’re not being serious about the environment. Whale oil provided the lighting to read the breakthrough novel of 1870, the story of Captain Nemo in 20,000 Leagues Under The Sea. That was also the year of the foundation of Standard Oil. The result of that foundation […]

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  • Garth Paltridge: Four Questions On Climate Change

    • Date: 20/04/18
    • Garth Paltridge, Climate Etc

    An essay on the state of climate change science   (1) Is the science of climate change ‘settled’? The scientific uncertainties associated with climate prediction are the basis of most of the arguments about the significance of climate change(25), and as well are the basis of much of the polarized public opinion on the political […]

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  • Why Do Polar Bears Cry?

    • Date: 19/04/18
    • H. Sterling Burnett, The American Spectator

    Because the New York Times keeps lying about them.   The New York Times — one of the grand dames of print newspapers, whose slogan is “All the News That’s Fit to Print” — has fallen on hard times. It is not rare to see reports about the paper’s falling readership, cuts to the paper’s newsroom and […]

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  • How Bad Is the Government’s Science?

    • Date: 17/04/18
    • Peter Wood and David Randall, The Wall Street Journal

    Policy makers often cite research to justify their rules, but many of those studies wouldn’t replicate Half the results published in peer-reviewed scientific journals are probably wrong. John Ioannidis, now a professor of medicine at Stanford, made headlines with that claim in 2005. Since then, researchers have confirmed his skepticism by trying—and often failing—to reproduce […]

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  • Rupert Darwall: The World Bank’s Anti-Energy Policy Betrays Its Development Mission

    • Date: 16/04/18
    • Rupert Darwall, The Washington Examiner

    There is a reason why the Climate Industrial Complex is targeting EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt. It recognizes that the return to energy sanity is the Trump administration’s greatest accomplishment. It ended the previous administration’s war on coal. President Trump has freed the United States from the unilateral decarbonization ratchet of the Paris Agreement. Administrator Pruitt […]

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  • US Shale And Saudi Reforms

    • Date: 14/04/18
    • Razeen Mumtaz, Daily Times

    Saudi women have the US Shale drillers to thank partially for their newly acquired liberation and freedom of movement. Despite decades of hype and hopes for a move towards clean and renewable energy, petroleum fuels 95 percent of transportation of people and goods for trade. The astonishing growth in US shale oil production upset the […]

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  • Donna Laframboise: Polar Bears & The Sleazy New York Times

    • Date: 13/04/18
    • Donna Laframboise, No Frakking Consensus

    SPOTLIGHT: Journalistic professionalism evaporates in front of our eyes. TOP TAKEAWAY: Environmental reporting at the New York Times is a disgrace. BIG PICTURE: When historians document the demise of the mainstream media, an article published this week by the New York Times will make an excellent case study. Titled “Climate Change Denialists Say Polar Bears Are Fine. Scientists Are Pushing Back,” it’s […]

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