Monday, January 14, 2008

Scienceblogs: Global Warming and the Campaign Trail: A Call for Political Realism

Scienceblogs: Top 50 Atheist T-Shirts and Bumper Stickers

Scienceblogs: Openlab Winning blog entries for 2007

Digby has more on Iranian Speedboats and Filipino Monkeys: The Not so Innocent Abroad

Mysterious Crowd suddenly stopped Bhutto's Car: Two new reports on the assassination last month of Pakistani opposition leader Benazir Bhutto suggest that the killing may have been an ambitious plot rather than an isolated act of violence and that the government of President Pervez Musharraf knows far more than it's admitted about the murder.

The Germans are driving toward a sustainable renewable energy grid: Kombikraftwerk (German), The Combined Power Plant (English). Why can't we?

I like Jim Rogers for investment advice. Recently read his book "A Bull in China" and found innumerable insights into China's emergence.

NYT Mag: Steven Pinker: The Moral Instinct

Chris Mooney wrote a valuable book, The Republican War on Science, here is an excerpt

Fascinating forum available on podcast from CBC Radio one: The Physics of Information: What the Universe Doesn't Want You to Know

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