Florida governor Rick Scott is proceeding with his threats to reprimand state employees who use terminology such as "climate change" and "global warming." They even go so far as to say mental health screening may be…Continue
Here is an executive summary of General Federalism, which can also be found here
On General Federalism
A Canonical, Executive Summary of the essentials of General Federalism
Cyrus “Kir” Komrik
Just a few things I wanted to share. I find so many people I interact with about the effects of global warming say, "So you really believe all that bs? Frankly, yes! And now so does one of the scientists who previously said he was skeptical of the research that had been done and of the data others had found.
Eugene Robinson's column in today's Washington Post:…Continue
Added by Ralph Oswald on October 25, 2011 at 9:22pm — No Comments
This is pretty inspiring. I would highly recommend taking the time to read it.
Thank you for the opportunity to speak before the court. When I first met Mr. Manross, the sentencing officer who prepared the presentence report, he explained that it was essentially his job to “get to know me.” He said he had to get to know who I really was…Continue
Added by Ryan E. Hoffman on August 5, 2011 at 12:00am — No Comments
Dear members of TA,
I have found some in this excellent website belong to another type of church: I call it "The Al Gore Church of Irate Gaia".
Well, guess what: I bring good tidings for the Gaia Atheists like me: peer-reviewed study which shows, based on a NASA new satellite data, that the amount of heat let off by the atmosphere into space is greater than the one assumed for all the fatalistic models which Al Gore (et al) shoved down our…Continue
Found this very interesting blog post that differentiates skepticism/doubt from denialism:
The writer contends that the AGW denialist movement is "a most distinctly unskeptical movement." In the following quote, the writer distinguishes between skpetics…
I’ve recently come to the conclusion that even if we didn’t have to worry about nuclear weapons in the hands on doomsday fanatics, the mix of 21st century technology with literal reading and uncompromising adherence to primitive text- will itself lead to the end of the world.
Added by LaRae Meadows on May 25, 2009 at 2:01pm — No Comments