The title of this post is identical to the title of an article in the Technology section of the July 16-22, 2016 issue of the New Scientist. 450 more words
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By Vanessa Schipani
This post originally appeared on June 9, 2016 on FactCheck.org. The original post can be found here. Peter Moyle, Associate Director at the UC Davis Center for Watershed Sciences, and Jeffrey Mount, Senior Fellow at the Public Policy Institute of California and founding director of CWS, dispel some myths in Trump’s Fresno rally speech. 2,197 more words
SciCheck spills the scientific T on water quality data – and schools Rep. Steve King on his recent claims (including the snarky, but hilarious point that ‘bison’ is more scientifically accurate than ‘buffalo’). 131 more words
This is from Independent Journal.
Holy smoke Jake Tapper is beginning to sound like a real journalist.
From the moment the story broke that Hillary Clinton used a personal email account and private server while Secretary of State, she has steadfastly claimed that she did nothing wrong and was permitted to do. 255 more words
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A Michigan health official told Congress that his department’s “initial analysis” showed blood lead levels in Flint children in the summer of 2014 were “within range of years before.” That’s false.
Representative Lamar Smith heads the House Committee on Science, Space, and Technology – and is essentially as anti-science as you can get when it comes to climate change ( 299 more words