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Posts tagged Climate Skeptics

OMSI Still Digging Past Rock Bottom – Caught In A Lie Defending Their Political Actions

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Sit back and pop some popcorn, folks. This is getting interesting. First, to catch the reader up: We posted yesterday about OMSI’s lame explanation for canceling the AMS Climate Presentation. Late yesterday, AMS issued a press release: Oregon AMS Response to OMSI Meeting Cancellation Press Release “The Oregon Chapter of the American Meteorological Society is disappointed […]

The More OMSI Digs, The Deeper It Gets

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Earlier today, OMSI released a rather … ah … tepid statement defending their actions in calling off the AMS Climate event: On October 22, the Oregon chapter of the American Meteorological Society (AMS) asked OMSI if they could hold their November 29 meeting at OMSI, after hours, at no charge. AMS has been a longtime […]

Open Letter from Chuck Wiese to OMSI Board

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I am one of the presenters that was scheduled to speak on climate at this AMS meeting. I’m honestly wondering if you can appreciate the fact that what you have done would be viewed by most reasonable people as an act of ultimate rudeness, unprovoked hostility and an outrageous slap in the face to scientific professionals such as […]

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  • Washington Students Seem to Find New Tests More Challenging July 3, 2015
    Just over half of the children tested in grades three through eight met the standard on the new English language arts tests this year, according to data released Thursday. And just under half the state's elementary students met the standard in math. Last year's results had about 70 percent of elementary students meeting the state's […]
  • Small Businesses Hail Ruling That Protects Association Health Plans July 3, 2015
    Thousands of Washington’s small businesses can feel confident their health-insurance coverage is here to stay, thanks to a decision issued Wednesday by a judge with the Office of the Insurance Commissioner. “While I am disappointed with the ruling, I will not appeal it,” Commissioner Kreidler said in a statement. The post Small Businesses Hail Ruling […]
  • Two Citizen Initiatives Likely To Be on November Ballot July 3, 2015
    Two citizen initiative campaign submitted boxloads of petitions by the Friday deadline, and both appear to have an excellent shot at making the statewide ballot this fall. Tim Eyman turned in what he estimated at at least 334,000 signatures for Initiative 1366. That measure would direct the Legislature to place a constitutional amendment on the […]
  • World Class Hour RETURNS! July 1, 2015
    Due to immigration and time zones, the World Class Hour has taken an extended hiatus, but as of July 13th at 10pm EST we will be BACK! (Only on FTR Radio.) Our shows will now be on Monday nights and I will be your host. All new guests, a little different feel, new producer, but […]
  • Today’s Top 3 International Stories: Egypt, Russia & Greece July 1, 2015
    1) ISIS attacked multiple Egyptian checkpoints in the northern Sinai region, killing 50 Egyptian soldiers. About 22 of the 70 militants facilitating the attack were also killed. This is the first planned assault on Egypt of its kind. ISIS has also made threats to Hamas in Gaza for lacking religious piety and not doing more […]
  • Russian Troll Armies Wage Propaganda War on Social Media, Target Americans July 1, 2015
    Photo by Davide Restivo
  • Oregon Starts Mileage-Based User Fees July 2, 2015
    Yesterday, the Oregon Department of Transportation began accepting applications from volunteers willing to switch from paying gas taxes to mileage-based user fees. The experimental program is limited to 5,000 volunteers and apparently the applications are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. Oregon’s gasoline tax is 30 cents a gallon, so if your car gets 30 […]
  • WiFi Yes, V2V No July 1, 2015
    A little-known conflict over the electromagnetic spectrum could shape self-driving cars for years to come. On one side is “an ecosystem of companies” that have developed vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) communications systems and the National Highway Traffic Safety Commission (NHTSC), which wants to mandate such systems in all cars and trucks, which together want the Federal Communications […]
  • Austerians or Common-Sensicans? June 30, 2015
    The Greek debt crisis has Paul Krugman waging a verbal war against those he called Austerians, meaning economists who think the solution to being up-to-your-ears in debt is to cut back on spending. (It’s also a pun on Austrian economics, which generally opposes government intervention in just about anything.) “Greece was overspending, but not by […]