And the fat keep getting fatter.
Archive for the 'Science' Category
Very interesting: It’s rare for vitamin levels to be checked in general. My doctor told me he’s started checking Vitamin D levels and is astounded at how low they’re coming in. UPDATE: Physician/reader Bernard Davidoff writes: “Measuring B12 levels in older people with memory and thought problems is completely routine.” Well, I said “in general.” [...]
QUEST on KQED Public Media. Mavericks web site.
As Instapundit asks, “Who do we sue?” You gotta love this: “I, therefore, use them only very economically. They should not be used in unventilated areas and definitely not in the proximity of the head.” When do we ride radical environmentalists out of town on a rail. . . ?
By a child genius with Asperger’s Syndrome? As a 3-year-old, he loved looking at a book about stars, over and over again. So off they went on a tour of the Holcomb Observatory and Planetarium at Butler University. Kristine Barnett will never forget the day. “We were in the crowd, just sitting, listening to this [...]
Confusion reigns. Keith Yost at MIT: From the information we have, we can draw a conclusion anywhere between “the reactor is undamaged and being cooled” to “the reactor cladding and/or fuel has been partially damaged, but the damage is contained and the reactor is being cooled.” The question that should be asked now is whether [...]
Get off your butt, and ensure we are sending the best that the United States of America can provide to help the nation and people of Japan. Stop worrying about re-election and the NCAA tournament: This morning, as Japan’s nuclear crisis enters a potentially catastrophic phase, we are told that Obama is videotaping his NCAA [...]
Classic: Every trillion squandered on global warming, is a trillion not spent on earthquake preparedness. And Ilya Somin: The massive destruction and tragic loss of life in the recent earthquake in Japan will surely rekindle debates over how well democratic governments handle natural disaster. The good news is that democracies handle natural disasters much better [...]
Continues to choke the economy, and Hugh Hewitt calls the question for both the President and the Obama Media: Of course, we don’t have new wells off East or West Coast, and, of course, the president hasn’t done anything to expand production in Alaska either. It is absurd for the president to claim anything other [...]
The Daily Mail has photos of Japan that will make you pause and pray. In a related story, a man is rescued ten miles out to sea floating on his rooftop: Today as the people of Japan came to terms with the devastating destruction and loss of life suffered after Friday’s megaquake a rare story [...]