Leaked vedeo: Higgs-like particle found

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Blurb: … a spokesman for one of the experiments at the Large Hadron Colider, saying “We’ve observed a new particle”.

 

 

Extrovert tyranny

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Article reads: We now live under a kind of extrovert tyranny, Cain writes, and that has led to a culture of shallow thinking, compulsory optimism, and escalating risk-taking in pursuit of success, narrowly defined. In other words, extroverts—amplifying each other’s groundless enthusiasms—could be responsible for the economic crisis because they do not listen to introverts, even when there are some around (and they are not trying to pass as extroverts).

Darwinists are horrified

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Article reads: Score one for science this week. Evolutionary biologists were horrified by the news that a scholarly press was going to publish a work in favor of intelligent design. But a spokesman for the publishing house confirmed to Inside Higher Ed Wednesday that the book’s publication is on hold as it is subjected to further peer review.

Fakegate is like Rathergate

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Opinion reads: The New York Times produced the line that summed up the scandal when it declared that the Rathergate memo was “fake but accurate.” The fraud was acceptable, in other words, because it promoted a story that the media establishment just knew to be true. This is now the standard for the global warming establishment, too. Call it “fake but accurate” science.

More on Peter Gleick

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Article reads: Gleick confessed on Monday, February 20, that he was the person who had deceived Heartland into emailing their board documents. Gleick claimed, though, that he had received the phony strategy memo anonymously early in the year by mail. He explained in a column for the Huffington Post: “I attempted to confirm the accuracy of the information in this document. In an effort to do so, and in a serious lapse of my own and professional judgment and ethics, I solicited and received additional materials directly from the Heartland Institute under someone else’s name.”

Climate scientist on the ropes

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Article reads: The furore now looks set to eclipse what had until now been an admirable career for Gleick. He was forced to step down as chairman of the American Geophysical Union’s taskforce on scientific ethics. On Tuesday, the San Francisco Chronicle dropped him as a columnist.

Fakegate: warmist creating a fake document

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Article reads: So it was pretty obvious that the “confidential strategy memo” was not a Heartland document at all but a fraud pasted together after the fact by someone who wanted to discredit Heartland, but who didn’t know enough about IT to cover his tracks.

The national herd

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Article reads: It is eugenics, the belief that society’s fate rested on its ability to breed more of the strong and fewer of the weak. So-called positive eugenics meant encouraging those of greater intellectual ability and “moral worth” to have more children, while negative eugenics sought to urge, or even force, those deemed inferior to reproduce less often or not at all. The aim was to increase the overall quality of the national herd, multiplying the thoroughbreds and weeding out the runts.

More on Vahrenholt and global warming

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Article reads: After carefully studying the matter Vahrenholt decided, “ I couldn’t take it any more. I had to write this book.” He explains that then after digging into the IPCC’s climate report he was horrified by what he found. On top of discovering numerous factual errors there were issues involving 10 years of stagnant temperatures, failed predictions, Climategate e-mails, and informative discussions with dozens of other elite skeptical scientists. The book cites more than 800 sources to back up conclusions, including many peer-reviewed papers that appeared after the IPPC’s 2007 report was released.

Human body did not evolve by a Darwinian process

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Artcile reads: Evolution has no proven explanations for the origin of just one irreducibly complex system, let alone the interdependent web of irreducible systems that comprise the human body.

What is needed is a Trinitarian vitalism, where the middle term is permitted a more complex expression with evolution.

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