We have this little Point/Counterpoint going today in posts from Josh Booth and Otherwise, and in a lot of respects they are reproducing a debate that has raged for a very long […]
In Match #5, The Samples nipped Sugarloaf and advance to the second round. Our sixth showdown features a profound contrast in styles.
Islamic terrorists aren’t attacking churches, they’re attacking schools and newspapers. In 2001, Bush called for a “crusade” against Islamic terrorists. His choice of words caused many to cringe, although as it turned […]
Scientists are as sure of industrial climate disruption as they are that smoking causes lung cancer. So why hasn’t the international community made progress toward addressing climate disruption? There are at least four reasons.
In a move of unprecedented celerity and international cooperation, the Summit Against Violent Extremism launched a worldwide counterattack on the recruiting methods and radicalization techniques used by the Islamic State and other […]
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Harris’ stated goals in his commentaries are diametrically opposed to the language and arguments he uses in support of those goals. Either he’s incompetent at public relations, or he’s not actually interested in moving forward the public debate on industrial climate disruption.
The Big Bong Theory: God was in his dorm room, stoned, and was all “what if there was a universe in my fingernail?” And lo, it came to pass. Your Daily Devotional […]
The poems of Ou-yang Hsiu reflect both the poet’s refined understanding of the complexities of his life as part of a multi-layered, ritualized culture and his desire to look beyond that culture […]
Tom Harris distorts the maturity of global warming science and imagines expertise where little exists
Tom Harris’ recent commentaries distort the maturity of the science underlying industrial climate disruption and conflate the real expertise of climate scientists with the imagined expertise of most “opinion leaders,” engineers, and economists. Part Four of Six.