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 ...
Written by RSN
Written by Dr Kelvin Kemm
July 4, 2008
There is no evidence man-made CO2 causes climate change
Dr Kelvin Kemm
from Engineering News Online
During 2008, have we seen many stories in the newspapers about 2007 being particularly warm as a result of global warming? During 2006, the doomsters were predicting that 2007 would be ...
Written by Vinod Dar
July 3, 2008
by Vinod Dar
Managing Director, Dar & Company
The rate of change of oil prices rather than its present level of about $150/bbl has a greater influence on consumer behaviour. Consumers respond to the shock of the new , as they do when vanity or health are shocked and they start a new ...
Written by Stratfor
July 1, 2008
Geopolitical Diary: Stratfor
The Europeans have reported that inflation has risen to 4 percent on an annualized basis. In historical terms (think the 1970s), this isn’t much. It is, however, the largest increase since the creation of the European Central Bank (ECB). The ECB has a ...
Written by Marc Morano
July 1, 2008
Weekly Round Up
Warning of Global COOLING – Climate Fears a ‘Fraud’ – Newsweek’s Silliness – Arctic Ice Scare Slapped Down – Round up
Australian astronomical Society warns of global COOLING as Sun's activity 'significantly diminishes'
[ See also: Sun: Still quiet, over ...
Written by Jeff Poor
By Jeff Poor
Business & Media Institute
CBS reporter finds favorable aspects of expensive fuel: less traffic congestion and a happy global warming activist.
Expensive gas isn’t so bad to the “CBS Evening News,” as long as it promotes a liberal political agenda that makes the United ...