Category Archives: science

How to Raise Good Kids

by Jack Great Britain has the longest running study ever done on child development.  Researcher and journalist, Helen Pearson, recently did a TED talk on this subject.  I thought I would a very brief summary of the highlights of her … Continue reading

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Scott Pruit (EPA) Favors a Climate Science Challenge

Posted by Tina The new head of the Environmental Protection Agency is a level headed guy who brings calm and reason to the ongoing cage fight about Global Warming/Climate Change. Instead of choosing a side or adopting a political stance … Continue reading

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Climate Accord: President Trump Withdraws

Posted by Tina This afternoon President Trump announced that the United States will withdraw from the Paris Climate Agreement. Speaking directly to the people from the Rose Garden the president said he was elected to represent the people of “Pittsburgh, … Continue reading

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March for Science – Whine on the Go

Posted by Tina Today groups of scientists (and friends) walked around in various parts of the country and around the world holding up signs in a “March for Science” protest. Science Business conducted an informal study to determine the reasons … Continue reading

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Planning a Trip to Golden Gate Park?

by Jack ( Picture on left is a clue what what you need to bring to see the Academy of Sciences) Lets say you have a family of three, Mom, Dad and Junior and you want to take a little day … Continue reading

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MIT Professor Richard Lindzen Informs Trump on Warming Science

Posted by Tina Today Powerline posted a letter sent to President Trump from MIT Professor Richard Lindzen (Physicist) in an article posted here. The following is the content of the letter: For far too long, one body of men, establishment … Continue reading

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New EPA Chief: Obama Administration Neglected Important Environmental Issues to Focus on Climate Change Agenda

Posted by Tina Scott Pruitt, the new head of the EPA, had some interesting things to say on Saturday when he spoke at CPAC: “I wanted to send a message to those at the agency — there are some very … Continue reading

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Retiring NOAA Scientist Exposes Another Warming Scandal

Posted by Tina Kudos to the retiring NOAA scientist, John Bates, who exposed another global warming fraud perpetrated in 2015 to influence the world’s leaders, including Barack Obama, at the UN Climate Conference held in Paris. The offending paper, known … Continue reading

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Super Solar Cells Almost Here

by Jack Scientists discover that graphene multiplies the power of light!  Could graphene (carbon atoms that form a hexagonal grid) turn light to electricity? Scientists have shown that graphene can convert a single photon into multiple electrons, showing much promise … Continue reading

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On Light, Electricity and the Future!

by Jack “The scientists of today think deeply instead of clearly. One must be sane to think clearly, but one can think deeply and be quite insane.” Nicola Tesla In the beginning of the 20th century Nicola Tesla (1) was … Continue reading

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