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The Shonky Political Science of Global Warming

The socioeconomics of global warming has eclipsed the science of it. Consider, for example, the use of the analogy of a greenhouse to connote a problem for humanity. We all know that a cup of oil contains more energy than a … Continue reading

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Politics’ 47% Rule

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Do Democrat candidates start with 47% of the vote no matter who runs? Is it because many voters don’t pay income taxes? Yes and yes. People who pay no taxes believe in free lunches. Even if they do not feel like they have … Continue reading

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The Climatists of Academia in the 21st Century

Even as an attack dog ad hominem war is waged on scientific skeptics the climatists of academia are busy changing the game again. You now see the schoolmarms of climatism whistling past the graveyard of past AGW doomsday prognostications. The … Continue reading

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