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Science

January 19, 2015

"Scientists balk at ‘hottest year’ claims"

Not that I'm in the habit of trusting the mass media on heavily politicized stories, but this discussion still proved surprising and enlightening.

UPDATE: See also "The Most Dishonest Year on Record".

January 13, 2015

"Was 2014 really 'the hottest year ever’?"

Apparently, it depends on whether you believe surface measurements or satellite measurements

"One of Science's Most Famous Quotes is False"

I used to advise my students that checking original sources is always, after considering the cost of time, a good idea. This story is a nice illustration.

This is relevant: "The Biggest Myth About Debunking Myths".

January 08, 2015

"The Aral Sea's Disappearing Act"

Another one of life's little mysteries is why environmentalists don't understand how awful, generally, the Commies were on the environment.

January 07, 2015

"Scientists Only Just Figured Out Where Fat Goes When You Lose Weight"

I had no idea, but your mileage may vary.

January 04, 2015

"15 Awe-Inspiring Photos of the Milky Way That Will Give You Chills"

Chills, maybe not. But impressive, yes sir.

January 02, 2015

"5 Ways Einstein Was a Regular Guy"

Just an everyday guy, Big Al.

December 31, 2014

This could explain a lot

"The carbon dioxide trapped in your meeting is making you think more slowly."

December 23, 2014

"How seeing a black hole’s shadow will tell us if Einstein was right"

Longtime readers here will know the drill: give the points and bet on Big Al.

December 16, 2014

"This Physicist Has A Groundbreaking Idea About Why Life Exists"

This is amusing:

His idea, detailed in a paper and further elaborated in a talk he is delivering at universities around the world, has sparked controversy among his colleagues, who see it as either tenuous or a potential breakthrough, or both.

Genius, or crazy, or both! But, fortunately, science exists to sort these things out.

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