“Review a little history and you’ll see that creators seem to find inspiration in adversity.” – Gavin Chait, Lament for the Fallen On the surface Gavin Chait’s debut novel Lament for the […]
Bad science journalism is almost as bad as bad science, perhaps worse in some ways, insofar as it may popularize error where there had been none before. Carping about bad science blogging, […]
Transfusing youth, 21st century style… (At the sound of wolves howling) – “Children of the night: what music they make!” – Dracula (in Tod Browning’s Dracula, 1931) Several recent news items from reliable sources […]
“Our houses and machines will be in ruins, our systems will collapse, and the names of our great will fall away like dry leaves. Only you, love, will blossom on this rubbish […]
John Hairr’s North Carolina Rivers is part reference book, part history, part guidebook. What it is not is particularly engaging…. While I haven’t completed my book list for 2016, I will say a couple […]
Noted sociopath and PharmaDoucheBro Shkreli spent 2015 redefining what it means to be an asshole, upsets GOP presidential frontrunner Trump. You’ve all known an asshole — a rude, arrogant, contemptuous person. Assholes […]
S&R investigated the top 15 conservative and/or libertarian media sites for mentions of the Global Warming Petition Project. We found over 80 since May 2008, but only five were on Fox News.
In my favorite bad movie, The American President, Michael Douglas as the fictional President Andrew Shepherd confronts his Republican challenger’s claims about Shepherd’s character. We have serious problems to solve, and we […]
Two Senators and three supposed climate experts repeat errors or lies about the Global Warming Petition Project
Senators Michael Crapo and Orrin Hatch have implied that they agree with the Global Warming Petition Project’s false, anti-consensus narrative while climate “experts” J. Scott Amstrong, Kesten C. Green, and Patrick Moore gave wrong and misleading testimony on the subject.
Then In 1993, during my first year in the PhD program at the University of Colorado, we had a guest speaker in one of my classes. The subject was information technology and […]