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Eclipse: Racist Path Across America

davidthompson: Excruciatingly Woke “In today’s competitive grievance culture, unearthing new sorrows, or reheating old sorrows, can require prodigious, indeed bewildering, feats of contortion. And so, in the pages of The Atlantic, we find one Alice Ristroph railing at the heavens. … Continue reading

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Why Brilliant Girls Tend to Favor Non-STEM Careers | Minding The Campus

Why Brilliant Girls Tend to Favor Non-STEM Careers | Minding The Campus “Do girls avoid STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) fields because of ongoing, widespread discrimination? Or do girls with the skill sets that would give them entrance to STEM fields prefer fields … Continue reading

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Supernovae Conundrum | Not All The Same

Source: “One of the greatest discoveries of the century is based on these things and we don’t even know what they are, really.” | Behind The Black “The uncertainty of science: New research suggests that astronomers have little understanding of … Continue reading

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“Meet the JobTaker

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Trump To Roll Back Yet Another Obama ‘Climate Change’ Rule » Pirate’s Cove

“They keep falling like dominoes (Daily Caller) President Donald Trump will rescind an Obama administration policy requiring government agencies to take into account global warming-induced flooding … Source: Trump To Roll Back Yet Another Obama ‘Climate Change’ Rule » Pirate’s … Continue reading

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Why Global Warming Alarmism Is Wrong

Dr. Judith Curry is one of the leading realist voices in the climate science community, even though she has now moved on from what she considers a hopelessly politicized field. This 12-minute interview is a good introduction to some (by … Continue reading

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Scientists Discover Another 91 Volcanoes Below Antarctic Ice Sheet | It Could Melt

Scientists discover 91 volcanoes below Antarctic ice sheet | World news | The Guardian “Volcanic eruptions may not reach the surface but could melt the ice from beneath and drastically destabilise it… “We were amazed,” Bingham said. “We had not … Continue reading

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