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Monthly Archives: March 2012
There is one fascinating thing with some people, is that they’ll dare anything. After the outrage caused among christians who felt victimized by the decision of an English court to ban prayer before the beginning of city councils reunions, we … Continue reading
In my last note, I took on Allègre and his co-authors of the infamous “sixteen concerned scientists” op-ed for not being experts in climate science. When Kevin Trenberth answered Allègre and friends’ op-ed, he stated just that. The Wall Street … Continue reading
In an analogy, Naomi Oreskes and Erik Conway compared certain scientists to the retired generals selling the war on Iraq in 2003 (Merchants of Doubt, p. 243, 2010). Like these generals, these scientists have been using their credentials —whatever they … Continue reading