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New Study Predicts an Extra Week of Bad Ozone Every Year
Thu Apr 21, 2016
In reply to: Bill4 #1 Their mission statement is "to protect human health and the environment." What makes you think that?
Monarch Butterflies Face
Thu Apr 21, 2016
In reply to: Granite Sentry #1
'Failed Us All': 3 Officials Hit With Charges in Flint Water Crisis
Wed Apr 20, 2016
In reply to: XDm9mm #1.4 It's a great idea to get your water tested yourself. Obviously it is the government's fault if they're not testing it to keep in line with the Safe Drinking Water Act, though. If you think the EPA "dropped the ball," why?
Chernobyl Anniversary: Ukraine Holds Fast to Nuclear Energy Despite Disaster
Sun Apr 17, 2016
In reply to: Backcountry164 #5.1 Wind turbines or solar panels do not produce radiation, and though their manufacturing processes produce some pollution are better for us than nuclear power. We know solar and wind are better than coal: Vasilis Fthenakis, a senior research scientist …
Georgia School Paddling Case Highlights Continued Use of Corporal Punishment
Fri Apr 15, 2016
In reply to: Bob in KC-545426 #59.1 Why do you and the commenter above believe spanking is "merely one tool among many for effective parenting"? What proof do you have? How exactly is it necessarily a "liberal" view to look at the science on this? What do you think about these sources?: "A ne …
Georgia Principal Paddles Boy; Mom Says She 'Couldn't Do Anything'
Thu Apr 14, 2016
This is sick and outrageous. Completely unacceptable. Says Time magazine, "A new analysis of two decades of research on the long-term effects of physical punishment in children concludes that spanking doesn’t work and can actually wreak havoc on kids’ long-term development, according to …
Laying Out 'Two Paths,' John Kasich Issues Stark Warning to GOP
Tue Apr 12, 2016
In reply to: XDm9mm #29.3 Do you believe they're all equally bad? Why, or on what issues?
Sat Apr 9, 2016
In reply to: slodon #15.1 At least 2 polls show Hillary beating Trump by 10% (Monmouth and CBS/NYT).
FDA Moves to Ban Cancer-Causing Pork Antibiotic
Fri Apr 8, 2016
In reply to: Shepherd-1033298 #6 The FDA says: "Producers are not required to report to the FDA which drugs they use, and drug sponsors are only required to report sales data, which does not reflect actual use." What we know about the product: "[T]he company that makes it hasn't proved it can …
A Full List of Donald Trump's Rapidly Changing Policy Positions
Wed Mar 30, 2016
In reply to: HistoryProfessor-11891571 #66 There is a pretty strong consensus that torture doesn't work if you're using it to obtain information. As the article "Neuroscience: Torture Doesn't Work and Here's Why" in Newsweek states (2009), "[Y]ears worth of studies in neuroscience, as well as …
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