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    2 Aug (WASHINGTON TIMES) Too bad that “Keystone” isn’t a solar field or a wind farm in the Mojave Desert. If it were, the White House could boast of the wealth and jobs such a project would create. But Keystone XL Pipeline is more than a fantasy.  It would be a (more…)


    1 Aug (TOP DOCUMENTARY FILMS) – The Great Global Warming Swindle caused controversy in the UK when it premiered on Channel 4 in 2010.  According to Martin Durkin’s documentary, the chief cause of climate change is not human activity but changes in radiation from the sun. (more…)


    14 Jun (TELEGRAPH BLOGS) I love the Met Office, as you know.  That’s why, I can’t resist celebrating this compendium of its achievements prepared by the Global Warming Policy Foundation. Whenever it’s criticised, the Met Office likes nothing better than to have its extensive PR operation (funded with the help of the £200 million we pay the Met Office each year out of our taxes) go into extreme denial mode, knowing that its mendacious, straw-man-filled defence will be reported uncritically everywhere from the BBC and the Guardian to the New Statesman. (more…)


    11 Jun (PRINCIPIA SCIENTIFIC) Greenhouse Gases Cannot Possibly Contribute to Global Warming.  Why?  Consider: (more…)


    27 AprA Silent Forest -The Growing Threat Genetically Engineered Trees is an award winning documentary film explores the growing global threat of genetically engineered trees to our environment and to human health.  The film features renowned geneticist and host of PBS’ The Nature of Things David Suzuki, who exp (more…)


    28 Feb – Following a heart attack, many people struggle to recover fully.  The huge amounts of pills these patients have to take do not seem to help.  The medication often has the opposite effect from the intended.  Patients experience a loss of vitality, a lack of drive and suffer mood swings.  Some never recover, while (more…)


    3 Feb (RETRACTION WATCH)Regular Retraction Watch readers may find the name Grant Steen familiar.  Steen has published a number of important papers on retractions, most recently in PNAS.  Recently, he approached Retraction Watch for help with what sounds like another project that is likely to increase our understanding of misconduct in science:  Steen wants to gather the st (more…)


    9 Jan (KPFK Radio) – Gary Null interviews investigative reporter Celia Farber, UC Berkeley Prof. Peter Duesberg PhD, Christian Fiala MD and OMSJ Director Clark Baker for an HIV update.  Peter Duesberg PhD is professor of Molecular and Cell Biology at the University of California at Berkeley.  He was the first to isolate a cancer gene through his w (more…)


    6 Dec (NATURE) – The US National Institutes of Health (NIH) is the largest funder of biomedical research in the world. Between 2002 and 2011, it issued around 460,000 research grants totaling almost US$200 billion.  The NIH has unquestionably propelled numerous medical advances and scientific breakthroughs, and its funding makes much of today’s scientific research possible.  (more…)


    6 Nov (OMSJ) – Last week, OMSJ responded to reports that scientists at Imperial College in London had developed a new HIV test that is “10 times more sensitive and a fraction of the cost of current methods.”  Shortly after we published our report, Quest Diagnostics demande (more…)


    31 Oct – Its Halloween, so what better time for pharmaceutical companies to create a new HIV test that doesn’t detect HIV but generates fear and profits?  The Daily Mail (UK), Fox News and other agencies report that scientists at Imperial College in London have developed a new HIV test that is “10 times more sensitive and a fraction of the cost of current methods.”  The test uses “nanotechnology to give a result that can be seen with the naked eye by turning a sa (more…)


    2 Oct (NYTIMES) – Last year the journal Nature reported an alarming increase in the number of retractions of scientific papers — a tenfold rise in the previous decade, to more than 300 a year across the scientific literature.  Other studies have suggested that most of these retractions resulted from honest errors. But a deeper analysis of retractions, being published this week, challenges that comforting assumption. (more…)


    8 Sep (THE AUSTRALIAN) – Once upon a time, being peer-reviewed simply meant you had written something, usually a journal article, and some other people in your profession had read it and considered it fit for publication.   Not any more.  (more…)


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    12 Jul (JGU) – An international team including scientists from Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz (JGU) has published a reconstruction of the climate in northern Europe over the last 2,000 years based on the information provided by tree-rings.  Professor Dr. Jan Esper’s group (more…)


    19 APRIL (ARGENTINA) – The fact that politics, incompetence and corruption have replaced scientific integrity is nothing new.  Researchers like C. Glenn Begley and John Ioannidis have described how junk science permeates publishied reports, which has led indirectly to efforts like Timothy Gowers boycott against publishing giant Elsevier. (more…)


    DER SPIEGEL 6 FEB – Will reduced solar activity counteract global warming in the coming decades?  That is what outgoing German electric utility executive Fritz Vahrenholt claims in a new book. In an interview with SPIEGEL, he argues that the official United Nations forecasts on the severity of climate change are overstated and supported by weak science.  (more…)


    Discredited global warming scientist, Michael Mann, sees his last-ditch efforts to hide data fall apart as legal experts reveal a mountain of legal precedents against him.  In his recent papers (filed on September 2, 2011) Mann claims ‘academic freedom’ and ‘proprietary materials’ as his defense.  But legal experts who have since reviewed Mann’s submission to the Circuit Court of Prince William County, Va., say they are so full of holes they are doomed to fail. (more…)


    Film maker Brent Leung digs into his hundreds of hours of footage from House of Numbers to bring you a never-before-aired documentary that unravels the Junk Science called HIV and AIDS. (more…)


    They died in their sleep one by one, thousands of miles from home. Their median age was 33. All but one — 116 of the 117 — were healthy men. Immigrants from southeast Asia, you could count the time most had spent on American soil in just months. At the peak of the deaths in the early 1980s, the death rate from this mysterious problem among the Hmong ethnic group was equivalent to the top five natural causes of death for other American men in their age group. (more…)


    EDITOR’S NOTE: In September 2010, the Minnesota Board of Medical Practice publicly reprimanded former St. Luke’s neurosurgeon Stefan Konasiewicz (right) for “unethical and unprofessional conduct,” citing four cases that resulted in injury, quadriplegia or death. (more…)


    13 May|Big Government – One  of the big threats from the global warming moonbat types is that a rise in temperature will melt the polar ice caps causing the oceans to rise, with the cataclysmic result of skyscrapers being under water.  Let’s face it, if you think that the commute into Manhattan is bad now…. just wait. (more…)


    In the early 90s the Agro-Chemicals-Multi Monsanto introduced genetically modified plants onto the market, which is the equivalent of an agricultural revolution for some that will solve all the world’s food problems. Others view these plants as an irrevocable destruction of bio-diversity on this planet that needs to be fiercely combated. (more…)


    18 Jan – God has not been kind to Al Gore.  In the years since politicians, corrupt researchers and Hollywood bestowed a Nobel and Oscar to Global Warming Climate Change pitchman Al Gore, thinkers and scientists like Dennis Prager, Charles Krauthammer and Ian Plimer have – along with the weather – done a remarkable job debunking the hysteria. (more…)


    28 Feb – Following a heart attack, many people struggle to recover fully.  The huge amounts of pills these patients have to take do not seem to help.  The medication often has the opposite effect from the intended.  Patients experience a loss of vitality, a lack of drive and suffer mood swings.  Some never recover, while (more…)


    3 Feb (RETRACTION WATCH)Regular Retraction Watch readers may find the name Grant Steen familiar.  Steen has published a number of important papers on retractions, most recently in PNAS.  Recently, he approached Retraction Watch for help with what sounds like another project that is likely to increase our understanding of misconduct in science:  Steen wants to gather the st (more…)


    9 Jan (KPFK Radio) – Gary Null interviews investigative reporter Celia Farber, UC Berkeley Prof. Peter Duesberg PhD, Christian Fiala MD and OMSJ Director Clark Baker for an HIV update.  Peter Duesberg PhD is professor of Molecular and Cell Biology at the University of California at Berkeley.  He was the first to isolate a cancer gene through his w (more…)


    6 Dec (NATURE) – The US National Institutes of Health (NIH) is the largest funder of biomedical research in the world. Between 2002 and 2011, it issued around 460,000 research grants totaling almost US$200 billion.  The NIH has unquestionably propelled numerous medical advances and scientific breakthroughs, and its funding makes much of today’s scientific research possible.  (more…)


    6 Nov (OMSJ) – Last week, OMSJ responded to reports that scientists at Imperial College in London had developed a new HIV test that is “10 times more sensitive and a fraction of the cost of current methods.”  Shortly after we published our report, Quest Diagnostics demande (more…)


    31 Oct – Its Halloween, so what better time for pharmaceutical companies to create a new HIV test that doesn’t detect HIV but generates fear and profits?  The Daily Mail (UK), Fox News and other agencies report that scientists at Imperial College in London have developed a new HIV test that is “10 times more sensitive and a fraction of the cost of current methods.”  The test uses “nanotechnology to give a result that can be seen with the naked eye by turning a sa (more…)


    2 Oct (NYTIMES) – Last year the journal Nature reported an alarming increase in the number of retractions of scientific papers — a tenfold rise in the previous decade, to more than 300 a year across the scientific literature.  Other studies have suggested that most of these retractions resulted from honest errors. But a deeper analysis of retractions, being published this week, challenges that comforting assumption. (more…)


    8 Sep (THE AUSTRALIAN) – Once upon a time, being peer-reviewed simply meant you had written something, usually a journal article, and some other people in your profession had read it and considered it fit for publication.   Not any more.  (more…)


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    12 Jul (JGU) – An international team including scientists from Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz (JGU) has published a reconstruction of the climate in northern Europe over the last 2,000 years based on the information provided by tree-rings.  Professor Dr. Jan Esper’s group (more…)


    19 APRIL (ARGENTINA) – The fact that politics, incompetence and corruption have replaced scientific integrity is nothing new.  Researchers like C. Glenn Begley and John Ioannidis have described how junk science permeates publishied reports, which has led indirectly to efforts like Timothy Gowers boycott against publishing giant Elsevier. (more…)


    DER SPIEGEL 6 FEB – Will reduced solar activity counteract global warming in the coming decades?  That is what outgoing German electric utility executive Fritz Vahrenholt claims in a new book. In an interview with SPIEGEL, he argues that the official United Nations forecasts on the severity of climate change are overstated and supported by weak science.  (more…)


    Discredited global warming scientist, Michael Mann, sees his last-ditch efforts to hide data fall apart as legal experts reveal a mountain of legal precedents against him.  In his recent papers (filed on September 2, 2011) Mann claims ‘academic freedom’ and ‘proprietary materials’ as his defense.  But legal experts who have since reviewed Mann’s submission to the Circuit Court of Prince William County, Va., say they are so full of holes they are doomed to fail. (more…)


    Film maker Brent Leung digs into his hundreds of hours of footage from House of Numbers to bring you a never-before-aired documentary that unravels the Junk Science called HIV and AIDS. (more…)


    They died in their sleep one by one, thousands of miles from home. Their median age was 33. All but one — 116 of the 117 — were healthy men. Immigrants from southeast Asia, you could count the time most had spent on American soil in just months. At the peak of the deaths in the early 1980s, the death rate from this mysterious problem among the Hmong ethnic group was equivalent to the top five natural causes of death for other American men in their age group. (more…)


    EDITOR’S NOTE: In September 2010, the Minnesota Board of Medical Practice publicly reprimanded former St. Luke’s neurosurgeon Stefan Konasiewicz (right) for “unethical and unprofessional conduct,” citing four cases that resulted in injury, quadriplegia or death. (more…)


    13 May|Big Government – One  of the big threats from the global warming moonbat types is that a rise in temperature will melt the polar ice caps causing the oceans to rise, with the cataclysmic result of skyscrapers being under water.  Let’s face it, if you think that the commute into Manhattan is bad now…. just wait. (more…)


    In the early 90s the Agro-Chemicals-Multi Monsanto introduced genetically modified plants onto the market, which is the equivalent of an agricultural revolution for some that will solve all the world’s food problems. Others view these plants as an irrevocable destruction of bio-diversity on this planet that needs to be fiercely combated. (more…)


    18 Jan – God has not been kind to Al Gore.  In the years since politicians, corrupt researchers and Hollywood bestowed a Nobel and Oscar to Global Warming Climate Change pitchman Al Gore, thinkers and scientists like Dennis Prager, Charles Krauthammer and Ian Plimer have – along with the weather – done a remarkable job debunking the hysteria. (more…)


    25 Dec/AHRP – Between 1978 and 1999, 2.5 million American men, women and children died preventable deaths in US hospitals and 17 million suffered preventable injuries.  Two recent reports confirm that American hospitals continue to cause (more…)


    On September 18, 2007, a few dozen neuroscientists, psychiatrists, and drug-company executives gathered in a hotel conference room in Brussels to hear some startling news. It had to do with a class of drugs known as atypical or second-generation anti-psychotics, which came on the market in the early nineties. The drugs, sold under (more…)


    11 Dec – CANCUN – Yesterday, my colleague David Rothbard reported on the tour CFACT conducted of a Mexican village minutes from the conference where people live without electricity.  While we heard tales of how hard it is to cook when you can’t afford fuel, Marc Morano, founder of CFACT’s award winning Climate Depot web site released a major new report which (more…)


    2 Dec – There’s more than one way to approach this task, so popular folklore would have it. The experience of three decades teaches that a direct assault within the mainstream-controlled venues does not bring attention to the evidence. Moreover, the most important audience (more…)


    More often than not, we hear about HIV and AIDS in terms of how advertisers push the propaganda.  I Won’t Go Quietly is just the latest of a series of documentaries that show who the real victims of this scam are – in their own voices. (more…)


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