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Global Warming? Right…

Sorry, I couldn’t resist, especially since we talked about Global Warming on Meet The New Press today  (DCE of Weekend Pundit was a guest on the show – we will revisit this again!)….and I am going to Chicago in a couple of weeks: Intense chill of coming week threatens to eclipse Feb. 3-9 cold spell …

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Bush to tackle 2 tough issues… and looks forward to the Dems working with him. Sure they will…

In this week’s radio address, President Bush spoke about the two biggest issues, other than the war, that affect every American man, woman, and child: energy and health care costs… THE PRESIDENT: Good morning. This week, I appeared before Congress to report on the state of our union. I asked members of the House and Senate …

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Again, how many cars were there?

I am a skeptic concerning Global Warming.  Not that the earth may be warming up (0.6 C over the last 100 years, so I’ve read), but that human activity has been the major cause of it.  Most of the major climate models have large "fudge factor constants" plugged into them to make them look reasonable …

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Speaking of Global Warming, this is disconcerting

From JunkScience (which quotes a lot of scientific studies) – maybe Global Warming, over the really long haul, isn’t quite what we think: That’s interesting… “Facing the prospect of rapid warming” – “DURHAM – Fossil trees in Antarctica show us that climate has changed greatly in the past. Suppose the current warming is just part …

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Warm? You want warm?

From National Geographic, I found this: An ancient period of global warming spurred the world’s first primates to spread from Asia to North America, new research shows. The article then went on to discuss mammal migration across North America: Gingerich’s team concludes that the tiny primates first appeared in China at the beginning of an …

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