consensus

Suppressing Climate Science Speech Violates the First Amendment Too!

by Steve MacDonald September 12, 2017

The left is keen to suppress speech they oppose in any way they can, and the politicization of science and climate has played a vital part in this effort. “Climate change denial should be a crime,” declared the Sept. 1 headline in the Outline. Mark Hertsgaard argued in a Sept. 7 article in the Nation, […]

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Really? 97% “consensus” on human caused global warming?

by Skip July 22, 2016

Again, it’s Prager U day at the ‘Grok! Science is NEVER settled – I have two STEM degrees and I can tell you that which goes for conventional wisdom today can become, bases on the scientific process, a rubble of bad theories and mistakingly done experiments in the future.  History is strewn with lots of […]

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Datapoint: 96.7% Of Climate Models Agree

by Mike July 19, 2014

Even Science Magazine has noticed that almost all climate models completely fail to predict reality: The good folks over at CFACT (Actual climate science, not alarmism), have an essay by environmental climatologist, Dennis Avery, who follows things like the impact of the Pacific Decadal Oscillation on salmon stocks along the West coast (hint – they […]

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Yay for Gridlock! The word “compromise” is not bad, but “compromising principles” is a bad phrase. Throw in “social contract” and there’s a big problem.

by Skip December 18, 2011

Social Contract: an actual or hypothetical agreement among the members of an organized society or between a community and its ruler that defines and limits the rights and duties of each I have been noodling on the phrase “social contract” for quite some time ever since Elizabeth Warren had her misbegotten rant denigrating capitalism and […]

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