Dr. Wei-Hock “Willie” Soon is no stranger to the “art” of the media smear. A courageous scientist and outspoken critic of anthropogenic (man-made) global warming, AGW, Dr. Soon has been subjected to relentless attack for more than a decade.
Calling the FBI’s proposal to expand its authority to hack criminal suspects’ computers a “monumental” concern, Google is urging an advisory committee to “reject” the proposal and leave any such changes to Congress.
Global-warming activists and Marxists have authored the text of a Marxist climate agreement for the upcoming UN global-warming summit in Paris, and it claims the developed nations owe an astronomic debt to the undeveloped nations.
A new study by Yale University Professor Dan Kahan confirmed that skeptics of the controversial anthropogenic global-warming theory — or realists, as they often call themselves — know more about climate science than AGW theorists. The latest findings directly contradict the myths, or lies, put forward by AGW alarmists about the countless scientists and the majority of the public that does not accept their theory.
The warmists consistently label those who reject their climate alarmism as “deniers,” “anti-science,” and worse. In reality, however, Kahan’s study, set to be published in the journal Advances in Political Psychology, shows yet again that the skeptics are generally more familiar with the science and the evidence surrounding the climate than warming theorists. Other recent studies have found that skeptics know more about science generally, too.
In the "Internet of Things" in which people now live, there are a variety of devices that use the Internet connectivity to improve functionality. A recent development in Smart TVs has caused a stir among privacy advocates. Samsung's newest models have been called into question over the last few months for security issues. How secure is the "Internet of Things" for those who are concerned about privacy?