Bad News for Science at Newsweek Magazine, says SPPI

By | August 10, 2007

WASHINGTON, DC, August 10, 2007 “The Third International Mathematics and Science Study Results reveal that US public school children are remarkably sub par in math and science capabilities. Apparently things are not much brighter for the adults at Newsweek Magazine,” reports Robert Ferguson, President of the Science and Public Policy Institute (www.scienceandpublicpolicy.org).

Twisting Science to Fit the Global Warming Template

By | August 9, 2007

The global warming crowd does not take kindly to being contradicted, either by critics or data. Of course, critics can be defamed and data can be skewed.  But unless the critics can be silenced, they can fight back and expose phony data. When it begins to look like predictions of doom are not turning out sufficiently catastrophic, a… Read More »

Twisting Science to Fit the Global Warming Template

By | August 9, 2007

The global warming crowd does not take kindly to being contradicted, either by critics or data. Of course, critics can be defamed and data can be skewed. But unless the critics can be silenced, they can fight back and expose phony data. When it begins to look like predictions of doom are not turning out sufficiently catastrophic, a… Read More »

Bad News for Science in Newsweek

By | August 9, 2007

The Third International Mathematics and Science Study Results reveals that US public school children are remarkably sub par in math and science capabilities. Apparently things are not much brighter for the adults at Newsweek Magazine.

Poor Form—Comments on the Minneapolis Bridge Collapse

By | August 9, 2007

Apparently, some people know no boundaries for indecency. Take Joseph Romm for instance. Romm, a former member of the Clinton administration, claimed Monday that global warming might have played a factor in the collapse of the I-35W Bridge in Minneapolis last week.