Scientists can calculate the amount of heat CO2 directly traps from human emissions. This amount of heat is incredibly small. In order for human emissions to cause any real change in climate, alarmist scientists have to incorporate “feedback” mechanisms in their models that greatly amplify the known effects of human CO2 warming.Read more »
Scientists have found that when just 10 percent of the population holds an unshakable belief, their belief will always be adopted by the majority of the society.Read more »
"At ages 4 and 5, youngsters value a person’s ownership rights — say, to a crayon — far more strongly than adults do, Friedman and psychology graduate student Karen Neary found.
Rather than being learned from parents, a concept of property rights may automatically grow out of 2- to 3-year-olds’ ideas about bodily rights, such as assuming that another person can’t touch or control one’s body for no reason, Friedman proposed.Read more »
President Obama's science adviser John Holdren has said that geoengineering is being vigorously discussed. Also, It is not out of the question that in three decades the climate of the Earth could be determined by a handful of Communist Party officials in Beijing.Read more »
NASA and scientists warn of super solar storm that could take place in 2012. The affect of such a storm could paralyze industrialized countries around the world who rely on technology and satellites to run their day to day lives. Reputable scientist Michio Kaku warns that this storm could cost countless lives and set us back as a species 100 years if we fail to reinforce our technological infrastructure. Admittedly, through government, we lay vulnerable to a number of things, this is yet another one.Read more »
The 30-day test showed that children of ganja-using mothers were superior to children of non-ganja mothers in two ways: the children had better organization and modulation of sleeping and waking, and they were less prone to stress-related anxiety.Read more »
Professor of chemical engineering explains why gold holds such a privileged place in human history above all other elements on the periodic table.Read more »
Cheating--by publishing fraudulent data--completely destroys the purpose of science, which is to discover truths; so why do they do it? Our system of compulsory (forced) schooling is almost perfectly designed to promote cheating.Read more »
Science will certainly push forward along the frontier of phenomena that are too big or small or subtle to be detected without delicate instruments, as well as along the much more jagged and unpredictable frontier of how the basic laws play out in complicated ways. But there’s no question that the human goal of figuring out the basic rules by which the easily observable world works was achieved once and for all in the twentieth century.Read more »
The hallucinogen psilocybin -- known by the street name magic mushrooms -- may help ease the anxiety that often accompanies late-stage cancer, U.S. researchers said on Monday.Read more »
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