Blow Me Up, Blow Me Down

Guest post by Thomas Fuller Well, with the calming passage of 24 hours, let’s take another look at the 10:10 video showing the splatterfest of gore as skeptics play the more volatile roles from the worst portions of the movie ‘Scanners.’ It’s still disgusting. I spent four years in the Navy and have seen a…

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Now it's 2°C climate change target 'not safe'

Research suggests climate change target ‘not safe’ From the University of Exeter via Eurekalert An analysis of geological records that preserve details of the last known period of global warming has revealed ‘startling’ results which suggest current targets for limiting climate change are unsafe. The study by climate change experts at the University of Exeter…

10:10 exploding skeptical children video "disappears"

Well, well, somebody came to their senses. About two hours ago, around 6:30AM PST, 10:10 took down their disgusting video showing school children were skeptical of carbon reduction suggestions from their teacher, get blown up in a gory bloodbath that covered other students with gore. It was first covered at WUWT here: O…M…G – Video…

The Royal Society: Still Embarrassing Science

Guest post by Indur M. Goklany Although it is encouraging that the Royal Society now acknowledges that climate science may not be as settled as it previously implied, the Society’s new report still stands as an embarrassment to science because it fails to offer justifications based on science (and policy analysis) for a number of…

Knot in the ribbon at the edge of the solar system "unties"

From the Southwest Research Institute: For immediate release San Antonio — Sept. 29, 2010 — The unusual “knot” in the bright, narrow ribbon of neutral atoms emanating in from the boundary between our solar system and interstellar space appears to have “untied,” according to a paper published online in the Journal of Geophysical Research. Researchers…