Wednesday, June 2, 2010

Junk Science 06-02

TED NUGENT: Oil spill is our fault. We want cheap energy and no consequences

10 Biggest Oil Spills in History No, the 1989 Exxon-Valdez spill doesn’t make the list.
The largest oil spill the world has seen exacted little permanent damage on coral ecosystems and local fisheries, according to a report by the Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission at Unesco. The study concluded that about half the oil evaporated, one-eighth of it was recovered and another quarter washed ashore, mostly in Saudi Arabia

Rebel scientists force Royal Society to accept climate change scepticism

Royal Society to Re-evaluate Position on Global Warming

Overturning EPA’s Endangerment Finding Is a Constitutional Imperative

How to Save a Dying Ocean (Eat Whales?)

NY Times Critical of Food Industry Opposition to Salt Regulation. Newspaper leads with salt's 'ill effects on the nation's health,' buries study about portion control.

The Department of Defense Should Assess the Security Risks of Climate Change Policies

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