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Blowing smoke

If you've been following the global warming debacle, which is an even bigger fraud than Obamacare, you don't need a lecture on the deadly mixture of science and politics. It has become obvious that the left is happy to make up the science as it goes along as one part of whatever it takes to advance its agenda. Too many "scientists," alas, are happy to go along with it to make sure they keep getting funding.

The bandwagon finally got here

Whatever happened to Midwestern common sense?

Climate change is not just about whether polar bears have enough ice to live on. If it were, Kokomo wouldn’t have a direct interest in the topic.

But the issue matters to Kokomo — and to communities of all sizes across Indiana and the country.

Just eat your peas!

The big unbang

OMG, has FEMA been alerted?

Physicists have long predicted that the universe may one day collapse, and that everything in it will be compressed to a small hard ball. New calculations from physicists at the University of Southern Denmark now confirm this prediction – and they also conclude that the risk of a collapse is even greater than previously thought.

A boring little post


This isn't just common sense (from Australia, alas, not our own government). It's calling out the scoundrels and charlatans for who they really are:

O, you big liar

No, no, no, no:

As Meg Ryan famously demonstrated in "When Harry Met Sally," women can -- and do -- fake orgasms in bed. But a new survey suggests that it's men who are more likely to fake the Big O -- and that's not the only thing they're lying about between the sheets.

That's some pause

The only thing we know for certain is that we can't know anything for certain. Unless, of course, you're one of those reality deniers:

The 17-year pause in global warming is likely to last into the 2030s and the Arctic sea ice has already started to recover, according to new research.

Something is out there

Way cool:

The known odds of something — or someone — living far, far away from Earth improved beyond astronomers’ boldest dreams on Monday.

Get outta here, kid