Sunday, May 29, 2011

Sunday Stuff

LinkGary Johnson talks politics with Sean Hannity in this 20 minute video.

In his May 28 post, Classically Liberal debunks suggestions that global warming is causing an increase in tornadoes and their resulting damage.

The Los Angeles Times reports 19% of sport fish in Southern California waters are so contaminated they shouldn't be eaten by pregnant women and children. I've wondered about the fish up here for decades. Unfortunately, results from the next portion of the survey- the Northern and Central Coasts of California- aren't going to be released until next year.

I wrote here some time ago I always wondered about the fish in Humboldt Bay as I used to fish in the bay fairly often back in the 70s and 80s. When I was working at Humboldt Bay Power Plant there was a biologist doing fish surveys there for a while. I asked him if the sharks and other bottom fish here might be polluted.

He said they weren't and you could tell just by looking at them. I'm wondering if that's true?


At 7:37 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Correction. A blogger created a straw man argument (who is making the claim he's knocking down? He gives no citations) and then quotes from, and uses graphs from, a webpage he doesn't link to, and in his blog post actually quotes NOAA explaining the situation as likely not being directly related to climate change.

Science for the win, if you read critically. If you read to reinforce your own biases, then I'm sure you see a righteous debunking the world's scientists.


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