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28 minutes ago.
by mythravere
harryanderson
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Thankfully, the anti-science propaganda campaign surrounding man-made climate change seems to have lost some of its effect.

Are you seeing storm clouds on the horizon? Two recent studies suggest that the latest anti-science campaign is following its forerunners--the propaganda campaigns attempting to refute science that tobacco causes cancer, that CFC's caused the hole in the ozone layer, and so on—into oblivion. Global warming denial seems to have climbed to a peak in 2010, and global warming acceptance is now climbing. This bodes well for rational public policy.

 
 

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mythravere

The ebola issue is pretty scary. I hope the numbers released of those who have died are accurate.

If it was really bad I'm not so sure they would tell us.

Posted 28 minutes ago.

mythravere

Someone should have told O'l Tired that websites don't look kindly on someone spamming their website with the contents of another website.

Oh well guess he learned the hard way.

Posted 32 minutes ago.

JoeBlow

The US State Department recently ordered 160,000 Hazmat suits for the Ebola virus, prompting concerns that the outbreak of the virus could be much larger than anticipated. In a press release on MarketWatch, Lakeland Industries described how the State Department has a massive demand for the suits

________________________________________ Christopher J. Ryan, the CEO of Lakeland Industries, stated: Lakeland stands ready to join the fight against the spread of Ebola. We understand the difficulty of getting appropriate products through a procurement system that in times of crisis favors availability over specification, and we hope our added capacity will help alleviate that problem. With the U.S. State Department alone putting out a bid for 160,000 suits, we encourage all protective apparel companies to increase their manufacturing capacity for sealed seam garments so that our industry can do its part in addressing this threat to global health. Only 1400 federal workers are currentl

Posted 5 hours ago.

Ohwiseone

We are all free !

Posted 7 hours ago.

Ohwiseone

I'm still convinced that the tiredbrain troll was from Canada !

Posted 7 hours ago.

Kendall78

I have to laugh. Look at the page number now that Tired is gone. It was over 300 but with him gone, it's down to 123.

Posted 23 hours ago.

Kendall78

Guess Tired went away.

Posted 23 hours ago.

Ohwiseone

Myth, harry , you can come back now !

Posted 1 day ago.

Ohwiseone

OMG !!

Posted 1 day ago.

Ohwiseone

If you don't feed it , it will eventually go away ! Still scratching in the litter box , burying everything with bullsh$t !

Posted 1 day ago.

Ohwiseone

Why the Global Warming Skeptics Are Wrong by ...

The New York Review of Books? - Mar 2012

Posted 1 day ago.

Ohwiseone

If you don't feed it , it will eventually go away !

Posted 1 day ago.

Ohwiseone

Why the Global Warming Skeptics Are Wrong by ...

The New York Review of Books? - Mar 2012

Posted 1 day ago.

Ohwiseone

Why the Global Warming Skeptics Are Wrong by ...

The New York Review of Books? - Mar 2012

Posted 1 day ago.

Ohwiseone

If you don't feed it , it will eventually go away !

Posted 1 day ago.

Ohwiseone

Why the Global Warming Skeptics Are Wrong by ...

The New York Review of Books? - Mar 2012

Posted 1 day ago.

Ohwiseone

Skillet meet pot !

Posted 1 day ago.

Ohwiseone

If you don't feed it , it will eventually go away ! Still scratching in the litter box , burying everything with bullsh$t !

Posted 1 day ago.

Ohwiseone

Why the Global Warming Skeptics Are Wrong by ...

The New York Review of Books? - Mar 2012

Posted 1 day ago.

Ohwiseone

Still scratching in the litter box , burying everything with bullsh$t !

Posted 1 day ago.
 
 
 
 

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