The Federal Price Gouging Prevention Act would broadly define price manipulation and include heavy fines/penalties for infractions. via bipac.net Fascinating… did you know that the American Petroleum Institute has a voting guide for Congressional Representatives and Senators? You can find it at the link above. I also find the idea that the preferred voting position […]
Pwn-Fest continues despite Superfreaks PR spin attempts November 3, 2009 by greenfyre BPSDB Why the on-going fascination with the error filled climate change chapter in Superfreakonomics? Quite simple really, it’s a rare opportunity to get some anecdotal evidence on whether the climate science blogosphere has an impact, what kind of impact, and how much. This particular […]
There are lots of words being tossed around by people who claim to know how to fix things. Some of the words were invented by scientists to describe something they were seeing. Some were borrowed by people trying to explain what they meant. The result is confusing to nearly everyone who isn’t in the middle […]
Arctic sea ice extent and volume in the summer and winter has gotten lots of attention lately. The ice is a thin skin, more like ice covering a water filled bucket left out in the cold. Lots of the thicker ice has melted and hasn’t re-frozen. I’m sure some people wonder why anyone besides Polar Bears […]
Anthony Watts plays the fool again, raising an alarm over inconsequential items and missing the real issues.
Who knew? I certainly didn’t know my posts here would be like this, since politics is not what I came here to blog about. Politics certainly doesn’t match what I have sitting in my drafts folder. But politics keeps intruding on my thougts, so… Maybe I’ll get to use that draft next… On to […]