Amidst media hysteria from Al Gore’s latest propaganda, Iain Murray has some suggestions for the most sensible approach to the problem if it is a problem–adaptation.
Not that I’m a conservative, but I think that many of those who are will find it useful. A petition for conservatives against Intelligent Design.
TCS Daily is on Al Gore’s case.
[Update on Thursday morning]
How Kyoto held back progress in solving the problem.
Al Gore’s penguin army.
[Late morning update]
Editor Nick Schulz responds to “rebuttals” to the TCS Daily piece.
Smart cooks know they can ferment beans, and make them less gas-inducing, by cooking them in the liquor from a previous batch. But Granito’s team wanted to find out just which bacteria were responsible for this.
When the researchers fermented black beans with the two bacteria, they found it decreased the soluble fiber content by more than 60 percent and lowered levels of raffinose, a compound known to cause gas, by 88 percent.
I haven’t seen a lot worth reporting since the wireless came back up, but I did run across this piece, in the “bears use the woods as a toilet” category, which claims–hold on to your hats, now–that men influenced by attractive women don’t always make great decisions:
“We all think we are rational beings, but our research suggests … that people with high testosterone levels are very vulnerable to sexual cues. If there are no cues around, they behave normally, but if they see sexual images they become impulsive…”
What would we do without researchers?