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Rep. Don Beyer calls on experts to correct the bad info pushed by the Republican majority.
Why bother NASA when you can get your climate news from Breitbart?
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ExxonMobil executives may have intentionally misled the public about climate change – for decades. And the House Science
U.S. science and technology is not well-served when scientists are harassed by unqualified bullies in Congress.
IN TODAY'S RADIO REPORT: House Republicans double-down in their ongoing war against climate scientists; October 2015 was
The latest tirade from Lamar Smith, Chairman of the House Committee on Science, Space and Technology sheds light on the real reason for his demand that NOAA employees make available all email correspondence about their recent study on global warming.
Political intimidation to suppress scientific studies poses a grave danger to any society. Ironically, despite all the efforts of the Congressional Luddites, it is becoming abundantly clear to all Americans that global warming is an undeniable fact, and something that we need to deal with.
The Pope, by the way, is not bringing religion to the debate; he is simply acknowledging that the science is overwhelming and compelling, and given that, there is a moral obligation to act.
Democrats on the committee have also criticized the cut. "It’s hard to believe that in order to serve an ideological agenda
Funding ports and scientific research should be ideologically neutral pieces of consensus in American politics. But in the toxic environment of the American Congress we can't even do the easy stuff.
If we don't strengthen our support of scientific research, the engine of innovation that gave our nation a competitive edge in the last century may lose steam. A "refuel" is in order to keep our job-stimulating innovation engine on pace. America's economic competitors are moving to increase their own investments, and it would be incredibly short-sighted to fall behind.
There is near unanimity among active climate scientists that climate change is happening and that humans are causing it. Several
Obama's brief address left a lot of things unclear, not the least of which are questions such as: "Hey, does he have the
Michael McCaul of Texas “Whereas recent events have uncovered extensive evidence from the Climate Research Unit at the University