Category Archive: science

Oct 02

Global cooling and the New World Order Global Cooling and the New World Order By James Delingpole Politics Last updated: September 26th, 2010 Bilderberg. Whether you believe it’s part of a sinister conspiracy which will lead inexorably to one world government or whether you think it’s just an innocent high-level talking shop, there’s one thing that can’t be denied: it knows …

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Sep 26

The border crisis and cognitive dissonance

The border crisis and cognitive dissonance by Don Hank The lack of response and negative response of many Americans to my recent article on the dangerous crisis at the US-Mexican border signals the existence of a sweeping epidemic of the mental disorder known as cognitive dissonance. We often think of cognitive dissonance in terms of two different world views that …

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Jul 14

Darwinists’ behavior supports creationists’ arguments

How Darwinist activists prove creationists’ argument Don Hank Early last year, I wrote a synopsis of “Signature in the Cell” which was posted both at Laigle’s Forum and at Amazon, and shortly after that I was invited to participate in an Amazon forum discussing the book. The “scientists” I was debating with kept diverting attention …

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Jun 19

The Great Vanity meets the Great Indifference

by Don Hank It has been discovered that the wildcat BP oil well at the bottom of the Gulf is actually an enormous methane deposit that is becoming more and more unstable and threatens to blow with incalculable force and unknown consequences for nature and man. Whether he acknowledges it or not, Barack Obama is …

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Jun 17

A problem solving method that is not — and is popular

by Don Hank Despite the affirmations of petroleum experts that BP’s wildcat well in the Gulf may not be cappable, numerous pundits are now complaining that BP is tapping the oil spill and not capping it. Some of them are obviously sore that these capitalists are making money on oil that should by rights be contaminating …

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Jun 14

It’s official: Petroleum is a waste product

by Don Hank A clear-cut obvious and elegant solution to the BP oil spill is now available and its use would not violate union rules. As Gergory Sullivan reports in Pajamas Media: “John Lapoint of Packgen in Auburn, Maine, says he’s got plenty of floating oil containment boom and can make lots more on short notice. …

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Jun 10

High-level eco-terror or incompetence?

Is Obama an eco-terrorist or a bungler? You decide. If the US government had ok’d the Dutch offer for oil spill cleanup assistance, tendered three days after the BP spill leading to the greatest ecological disaster of all time, Louisiana would not be cleaning up its beaches and the backs of oil-smeared pelicans. Its fishermen and …

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Jun 08

FAO paper: Fuel combustion the least significant CO2 source

by Don Hank Stop breathing, now! UN organizations like the FAO are pushing the idea that cattle growing is bad for “climate change,” causing too much “greenhouse gases” to be generated, mostly by the burning of fossil fuel in growing their feed but also by their “wind”. Yet in one of their papers, they admit …

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May 13

And nary a soul to tax

Crises crises everywhere… By Don Hank  Politicians, with one juicy potential crisis after another at their disposal, have been trying hard to convince us that humans make the weather. Who else could it be, after all? So they got their heads together in Copenhagen to discuss what culprits to tax in order to combat global warming. Taxes are always the …

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May 09

Does Europe have a future?

With the article appearing below, Dr. Hans Penner makes his English-language debut here on Laigle’s Forum. With the exception of the reference to Roman law, you could practically substitute “America” for “Europe” and “Germany” in this essay. It is clear that a unified single agenda, which you can call the Left, or the international Left, is responsible …

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