Written by The Heritage Foundation
Written by Julia Seymour
Written by Joseph D'Aleo
Wilkins Back in the News
By Joseph D’Aleo, CCM, Fellow, AMS
In another in an endless series of half the story articles, Livescience staffreported on the further fracturing of the Wilkins Ice sheet. "A vast shelf of ice in Antarctica is hanging on to the continent by a thread and is not ...
Written by James Carafano
by James Carafano
The Heritage Foundation
How far would you go to save money at the gas pump? Would you calculate the precise amount of fuel required for the daily commute? Would you remove the air conditioning system, extra seats and other unnecessary weight from your car that lowers MPG? If ...
Written by Right Side News
Written by Vinod K. Dar
July 10, 2008
by Vinod K. Dar, Managing Director, Dar&Company
Written by Jerome Arnett, Jr., M.D.
July 8, 2008
by Jerome Arnett, Jr., M.D.
Exposure to secondhand smoke (SHS) is an unpleasant experience for many nonsmokers, and for decades was considered a nuisance. But the idea that it might actually cause disease in nonsmokers has been around only since the 1970s.
Written by VOA
July 8, 2008
By Kurt Achin
Leaders of the world's advanced economies have committed to a long-term goal of slashing their emissions of carbon blamed for global warming. Officials say the plan is a first step toward building consensus but activist groups and at least one ...
Written by Anthony Watts
July 5, 2008
During our discussion of the preposterous news story from Pravda, claiming this headline: "Earth begins to kill people for changing its climate" a scientist dropped in to provide us some insight into his latest paper. It was highly relevant at the time since one of ...