Science is pervasive directly and indirectly in every phase of modern life. While the majority are not directly involved in science, they need to understand science and how it works. It is increasingly the underlying control of social, political, and economic decisions made by them or for them. They need to understand how it works, […]

Cherry Picking in Climate Studies

by Dr. Tim Ball on May 25, 2016

in Government,Political

A revealing comment about the corruption of climate science occurred before a Joint Congressional Inquiry. They were seeking to determine the claims by Canadians Steve McIntyre and Ross McKitrick about the scientific inaccuracy of Michael Mann’s ‘hockey stick.’ The graph (Figure 1) appeared in the 2001 Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Report and became […]

“In war, truth is the first casualty.” Aeschylus (525 BC – 456 BC) Maybe my first payment from Exxon for my climate views will arrive with the subpoena from the Attorney General (AG) of the Virgin Islands charging me under the Criminally Influenced and Corruptions Organizations Act (CICO) for trying to tell the truth. This […]

Crisis of Leadership.

by Dr. Tim Ball on March 19, 2016

in Politics

This article first appeared on www.therebel.media There is a global crisis of leadership. Mass migrations are underway because people are leaving badly run countries and entering equally badly run countries. It is not surprising because of the social situation in play at all levels. It is the result of living in Marshall McLuhan’s global village […]

Environmentalism of the Left is Religious Socialism

March 19, 2016

This article first appeared on www.therebel.media The entire world needed the new paradigm of environmentalism. The problem is that a few grabbed it for a political agenda. They used it as a vehicle to take the moral high ground, to claim only they cared about the environment. They argue that everyone else was guilty of […]

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Australian Logic On Climate Policy Demonstrates Extent Of Bureaucratic Control

March 19, 2016

This article first appeared on www.therebel.media Global warming was the topic of a hearing before both houses of Congress in March 2007. Representative John Dingell (D-MI) chaired the House Energy and Commerce Committee hearing with former Vice President and Academy Award winner Al Gore as the star witness. Gore is the person who said “The […]

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Justin Trudeau’s Policies And Prejudices Revive Western Separatism

March 18, 2016

This article first appeared on www.therebel.media All the actions of the Federal government under Justin Trudeau resurrect the hostilities his father provoked. His policies of increasing and centralizing power in Ottawa angered western Canadians. Justin Trudeau is a child who inherited all his father’s narrow socialistic views of the vast diversity that is Canada. Like […]

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The Complacency Of Superabundance

March 18, 2016

This article first appeared on www.therebel.media I am tired of people in developed countries complaining about anything. Sure, there are problems, but most of them are created and exploited by doomsayers with political agendas who claim they want to save the planet. As H.L. Mencken said The urge to save humanity is almost always only […]

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Paris Agreement Further Proof That Cover-Up Always Exposes The Crime.

December 27, 2015

Negotiators in Paris achieved an agreement that they could all sign. It was simply about that, getting an agreement to save face and make it appear they were doing something. For example, John Kerry said the agreement was non-binding and blamed the Congress for making it necessary because they would not approve a binding agreement. […]

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Modern Day Versions of King Canute Find It Difficult To Replace God.

December 27, 2015

I learned in school that King Canute (990 – 1035 AD) was the most stupid King in English history (Figure 1). He was so ignorant and arrogant he believed he could stop the tide. World leaders in Paris led by President Obama, who promised to stop sea level rise in his election campaign, are the […]

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