“Iran has made huge achievements in various fields of science and technology, from nuclear knowledge to stem cell and medicine production as well as nanotechnology.”
Leg Thrills and Spine Chills With Chris Matthews: “This Idiotic Cerebral Meritocracy Has Gotta Step Aside”—The Thrill is Gone
It’s always a sad thing to see the flame die in a lover’s eyes. You know the moment, when reality meets fantasy, when the stark white light of reality shines, and blind adoration is forever lost.
Chris Matthews, MSNBC’s host of Hardball, who was once as giddy as a schoolboy over Barack Obama, experienced that moment [...]
In January, I told you about independent journalist Donna Laframboise’s one-woman investigation of that Nobel-prize winning UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report on “global warming.”
She discovered, simply by using the report’s own built in search function, that some of the IPPCC report’s “peer reviewed scientific journals” were, uh, not.
Laframboise kept pulling the “peer [...]
Although he was one of Barack Obama’s most fervent supporters two years ago, New York Times columnist and blogger Paul Krugman seems to have lost his faith in the president’s ability to “radically transform” America. Put differently, the Nobel Prize winning economist’s heart is broken:
I’m with Simon Johnson here: how is it possible, at this [...]
The United Nations (UN), once again, has egg on its face.
In 1999, a little known Indian scientist named Syed Hasnain engaged in “speculations” about the melting of the world’s glaciers. He wrote a piece in a popular Indian magazine where he described his musings on the possible effects of global warming. His central premise was [...]
Slowly and mostly unnoticed by the major news media, the air has been going out of the global warming balloon. Global temperatures stopped rising a few years ago, much to the dismay of the climate campaigners. The U.N.’s upcoming Copenhagen conference–which was supposed to yield a binding greenhouse gas emissions reduction treaty as a successor [...]