Tuesday, July 02, 2013

New Science Constantly Chipping Away Old Science

Science, as generally taught, can be dry, but science is fascinating. Two finds in recent years suggest that it is once again time to re-look accepted science.

European style stone tools suggest Stone Age people actually discovered America

But now, it appears Europeans might have been first to arrive on the scene after all. Stone tools found recently in Delaware, Maryland and Virginia in the eastern United States, all appear to bear a striking resemblance to tools used by Stone Age peoples in early Europe, and have been dated to a time between 19,000 and 26,000 years ago, a period during which Stone Age people were making such tools, and long before the early Asians arrived.


"Before we rewrite the history of European settlement we have to consider a number of issues, particularly the circumstances of the discovery," archaeologist Adam Ford told the Telegraph.
"The fact the skull is in good condition and found alone could easily point to it coming from a private collection and skulls were very popular with collectors in the 19th century."
Cassie Mercer, editor of Australia And New Zealand Inside History, said the  "could be an incredible find".
"I guess it's a very exciting find because it could open up a whole lot of avenues of history that we haven't been able to explore before," she told AFP.
This exciting stuff. Look for more.

Thursday, May 30, 2013

OOPS! AGW's Settled Science Changes Again

Thursday, May 02, 2013

Oh, My. More Unsettled Science

This appears to be more prevalent in science than truth. How many other cases of pay to play money for nothing research? Maybe we should look at the studies on Al Gore's chakra again? You know, we'll call it energy research and get lots of government money.

Fraud In The Social Sciences

The more you manipulate your data (and there are lots of ways to massage your data so that it shows what you’d likeeven without knowing you’re doing it), the more likely you are to come up with a publishable result. Peer review acts as something of a check on this, of course. But your peers don’t know if, for example, you decided to report only the one time your experiment worked, instead of the seven times it didn’t.

Fraud. Plain and simple. And the state of science today.

Thursday, April 11, 2013

Who Is Covering Up Benghazi?

Sunday, March 31, 2013

Sunday, March 24, 2013

Palm Sunday

Rubens, "Christ's Entry into Jerusalem" (1632)

Saturday, March 09, 2013

Manufactured Outrage Goes To Colleges

Racism is just one tool for campus organization for political purposes.

A quick search of racist graffiti on campus on Google listing the first 12 of 20 cites. Contrived? I think so in that the message and the occurrences appear the same. In many cases the police did not become involved until some student suddenly noticed the markings sparking protests from campus groups already organized and from faculty groups organized to assist the outraged student groups. Variations of the Duke University incident where the students were found innocent of all charges, but are still vilified by the university, the faculty and student groups still perpetuating the myth of a racial attack and rape.













And, a How To Guide from the SPLC. Hmmm.


These people are organized to keep racism alive to further their personal and political goals.

Thursday, March 07, 2013

Manufactured Outrage Goes To College

Hate speech at Oberlin College? Sounds fishy:

Sounds a little to coincidental to events at Denison University a few years ago:

It appears that the manufactured outrage ploy has hit campus. Expect it to grow as their policies continue to fail. On the bright side, if they're all in sensitivity training they will have less time to do more damage to the real world.

We'll have to wait for Oberlin. They're not talking. Yet.

Wednesday, March 06, 2013

Global Warming Postponed By Snow. Once Again.

Maybe Al "Mr Hotair" Gore was in town again.

This circus has been in town too long. And the clowns have all gone to bed.