Junk science and scare stories stampede countries into taking drastic, counterproductive action
What businesses can safely reopen first and when?
The most disheartening aspect of the Covid-19 pandemic is that nothing in the numbers presented gives any indication of hope of the end being in sight.
My attempt here is to better ground the reader in a more fundamental understanding of how science should help you rather than more commonly confuse you.
Humpback whales are making a comeback south of the equator.
Why would you base claims of catastrophic warming on faulty modeling that has factored in co2, rather than reality?
As we work through crisis, with our economy reeling, this is no time to surrender to the dark. Heed the poet. Lights on for freedom!
Russia and Saudi Arabia are trying to exploit the COVID 19 crisis and force U.S. shale oil producers into bankruptcy by flooding the market with oil, dropping the price as low as $20 a barrel. Should the Trump Administration bailout producers who are overextended? Here’s our perspective on the question of a “SHALE-out”. WATCH NOW
Unless we identify those portions of the economy that can operate safely and target them to reopen, our two trillion dollars will be consumed without stimulating anything.
The Green New Deal from Joe Biden or anyone else is a bad idea at any time. It is a worse idea during a crisis.
The U.S. may be withdrawing from the UN's Paris Accord, but international bureaucrats still want to dictate what fuel our airlines use.
It attempted to blame the coronavirus crisis on human activities that The Guardian and its writers tend to detest, even though they are essential for modern civilization and didn't cause the virus.
Tough times teach tough lessons. Tossing aside foolish policy is a lesson worth learning.
The 10th Circuit Court of Appeals March 17 ruled that the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service’s (FWS) 2014 designation of 764,207 acres (about 115 square miles) of land in Arizona and New Mexico as “critical habitat” for the jaguar was “arbitrary and capricious” and declared FWS’s action illegal.
Bill Gates said the economy must remain closed. One-size-fits-all, blanket solutions are second nature to governments. Precision and innovation is not the bureaucracy's forté. Time for our best innovators to provide their expertise and lead.