Here are two gigantic concepts that will crack your head wide open.
The "ruling class" stands with Darwin. We stand with Einstein.
Is it possible to postulate the "Uncaused Cause" in physics to explain the beginning of the universe, thus proving the existence of a personal God?
“Science is the belief in the ignorance of experts” is how the great Nobel Prize-winning physicist Richard Feynman defined science.
Wrong, Mr. Bollinger: academic freedom has in fact been drastically compromised by government funding. The same would, of course, happen with media.
As a scientist who dares to "think different" and "question authority" on global warming, I'm in good company.
The tactics of Al Gore and the AGW crowd ("No need to check the evidence! There's a consensus!") mirror the pseudo-arguments used to defend the Earth-centric model in 1543.
A provable lie published by the "Demon Princes" on the climate panel regarding the strength of hurricanes.
A renowned physicist demolishes a paper by Laurence Tribe, that President Obama played some roll in crafting, on the "revolutionary" aspects and legal implications of 20th century physics.
Relativism corrupts: First Climategate, then a mathematics professor sees his colleagues challenging the truth of 2 + 2 = 4. Really.
What keeps scientists honest is knowing our colleagues are looking over our shoulders. A theory with hidden data is never to be believed. (Also read Richard Fernandez: More AGW Controversy)
The history of the physics prize is dotted with slights to those who deserved it and honors to those who didn't.
Simple arithmetic rules out the viability of the "green" energy sources and makes a tremendous case for nuclear.
Bizarrely, Britain's main climate monitoring unit is purging its temperature records from public view. Hmmm.
Why opposition to the cap-and-trade bill is not “treason against the planet.”
Almost every advance he attributed to the Muslims in his big speech should be credited to someone else.
The data on the May 25th blast points to yet another "fizzle" of a bomb test by the North Koreans.
The new bill will spend billions to adjust data to “prove” the fallacy that humans are responsible for global warming.
Climate change advocates often argue from "authority" as opposed to examining the facts.