EPA website removes climate science site from public view after two decades
“At this web site you will find information pertaining to the science of global warming; current and projected impacts of global warming; international and U.S. Government policies and programs; opportunities for individuals and corporations to help ...
EPA pulls climate science web pages to reflect White House views
Trump administration scrubs climate science pages from EPA website
The EPA climate science website has been deleted
Being A Guinea Pig For Science Can Be A Long, Slow Slog
"Why am I doing this, again?" I've asked myself that question several mornings over the past few months as my stomach begins growling, usually after I smell popcorn in my coworker's office. He's on a strict 10 a.m. popcorn schedule that coincides with ...
Science: Liberals Suffer From Confirmation Bias Even If They Pretend Otherwise
On the Social Science Research Network, a meta-analysis based on 41 experimental studies of partisan bias in both liberals and conservatives arrived at similar conclusions. The findings concluded that bias is a bipartisan problem, and that leftists are ...
How to Talk Across the Aisle When You're Marching For Science (Or Climate Change)
The March for Science brought historic numbers of scientists to the streets to stand up for evidence-based reasoning, but whether it actually helped heal the partisan divide on issues like climate change is far less certain. A cursory look at the post ...
Canada fought the war on science. Here's how scientists won.
Are liberals making a mistake by politicizing science?
Science in Turbulent Times
Dispatch from the United States of Science: A nation of nerds fights back
This Earth Day, April 22, saw a March for Science. The main event was in Washington, D.C., but more than 600 cities across the nation and around the world participated. What began as a grassroots effort ultimately drew in more than 200 professional ...
Paper about how microplastics harm fish should be retracted, report says
It took more then 10 months, but today the scientists who blew the whistle on a paper in Science about the dangers of microplastics for fish have been vindicated. An expert group at Sweden's Central Ethical Review Board (CEPN) has concluded that the ...
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Bill Nye the 'Science' Guy
Washington Free Beacon
Bill Nye the Science Guy is now on Netflix telling non-voters to "shut up" about climate change, pondering punishment for people who have "extra kids" in the developed world, and bobbing his head to strange songs about gender fluidity. Here's a look ...
Climate experts: Global warming doubts are 'real science'
But the National Science Teachers Association wants nothing to do with such an approach. Its executive director, David Evans, has written a letter to members insisting they must teach the agendas of the National Wildlife Federation, the North American ...
Liberals have epic meltdown after NYT columnist suggests science behind climate change isn't certain
The general idea of Stephens' column was that the science behind “climate change” is not certain — despite claims from climate change alarmists that it is — and that when uncertain science is deemed certain it undermines science as a whole. “Claiming ...
Climate of Complete Certainty
Climate Scientists Cancelling Their New York Times Subscription Over Hiring of Climate Denialist Bret Stephens
More than 1500 people told us where and why they marched for science
Nearly a third of attendees at the March for Science last weekend were at their first political or issue protest, one-fifth work outside of the sciences, and most say, whether you believe them or not, that U.S. President Donald Trump was not their ...