MIT Professor Urging Climate Change Activists To ‘Slow Down’

CBS Boston 1/14/2014

BOSTON (CBS) — A new proposal on climate change focuses on public health, energy, transportation and basic infrastructure.

Under the plan unveiled Tuesday, $40 million will go to help cities and towns in Massachusetts shore up the power supply and keep the lights on.

Ten million will be earmarked for the coast, […]

Obama’s Energy nominee: We need carbon tax to double or triple energy cost

Joel Gehrke The Washington Examiner 3/25/2013

President Obama’s Energy secretary nominee regards a carbon tax as one of the simplest ways to move the energy industry towards clean technologies, though he notes that government would have to come up with a plan to mitigate the burden this tax places on poor people, who would pay […]

Test of anthrax vaccine in children gets tentative OK

Sharon Begley Reuters 3/19/2013

A presidential ethics panel has opened the door to testing an anthrax vaccine on children as young as infants, bringing an angry response from critics who say the children would be guinea pigs in a study that would never help them and might harm them.

The report, however, released on Tuesday […]

Reddit co-founder Aaron Swartz commits suicide at age 26

“…we live in a world where the architects of the financial crisis regularly dine at the White House — and where even those brought to ‘justice’ never even have to admit any wrongdoing, let alone be labeled ‘felons.’ ”

 

Josh Peterson The Daily Caller 1/12/2013

Aaron Swartz — Internet activist, RSS co-author […]

Climategate: the whitewash continues

James Delingpole Telegraph [UK] 22 Mar 2010

The Royal Society (Motto: Nullius in Verba Unless It’s About Global Warming In Which Case We’re Happy To Believe Whatever Unsubstantiated Drivel We’re Fed By Michael Mann, Phil Jones, et al) has announced who’ll be chairing its “independent” inquiry into the science behind the Climategate scandal.

And guess […]