Saturday, January 29, 2005

FOXNews.com - The O'Reilly Factor - Talking Points - The Iraqi Elections and Your Family

FOXNews.com - The O'Reilly Factor - Talking Points - The Iraqi Elections and Your Family

This is what I'm talking about!

Tuesday, January 25, 2005

ScienceDirect - Quaternary Science Reviews : A test of the overdue-glaciation hypothesis

ScienceDirect - Quaternary Science Reviews : A test of the overdue-glaciation hypothesis

The New York Times > Science > Environment > Antarctica, Warming, Looks Ever More Vulnerable

The New York Times > Science > Environment > Antarctica, Warming, Looks Ever More Vulnerable

Sunday, January 23, 2005

TheStar.com - We're faking and fibbing on Kyoto

TheStar.com - We're faking and fibbing on Kyoto

Outsiders know it well. At a U.N. conference on climate change in Buenos Aires last month, the Japanese representative remarked, casually, as if it were self-evident, that when the Kyoto treaty comes up for renewal in 2012, Japan, Russia and Canada will all withdraw.


To quote a Simpson's character, "HAHA." Of course they will withdraw. IT's bunk. They can't meet it. The only reasons the Russsians joined it was because they get in to the World Trade Organization. DUH!

We're right, and they can't accept it. It's ironic that the very people who are claim to be the most "evolved" seem to be behaving like the ones that were rebelled against here in the US in the 60s.

Honest science proves that the enviorment is changing, but it is unsure if it is due to man-made causes. If we invest in Kyoto, it will cost us dearly. What happens if we were wrong to invest in Kyoto, but have no cash left to solve the real problem. Prosperity breeds solutions. Poverty does not. Rich countries invent. Poor countries need handouts. I say lets help everyone be rich. Rich is better. Promote free trade and honest competition. Then, through the natural innovaton that has spauned humanity's rise, the solutions to ecological problems can be found. Think of how many great minds are lost due to the fact that most minds on this planet are worried about eating...

- Prometheus: Chris Landsea Leaves IPCC Archives

- Prometheus: Chris Landsea Leaves IPCC Archives And this is why I don't agree with the IPCC! Conservation yes... Kyoto, NO!!!

Thursday, January 20, 2005

World Tribune.com -- Media's coverage has distorted world's view of Iraqi reality

World Tribune.com -- Media's coverage has distorted world's view of Iraqi reality I need to say no more....

Wednesday, January 12, 2005

FOXNews.com - Health - Gov't Updates Food Pyramid Guidelines

FOXNews.com - Health - Gov't Updates Food Pyramid Guidelines Finally a list about weith control and eating that makes sence! I usually get the 30 minutes of walking a day, and hit the gym 3 days a week for about 50-80 minutes. Guess what, I have a healthy weight for my height with fair muscle tone. Granted, it's easier for someone to maintain a healthy weight than to work towards it, but it does work!

I'd add to their reccomendations eating a light dinner and more calories during the day. It'll make you less likely to put calories to fat, and more likely to burn them during the day.

MSNBC - The 'Media Party' is over

MSNBC - The 'Media Party' is over Interesting viewpoint... I have to agree with him.