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“That's right, the ''[[New York Times|Times]]'' is complaining that "wealthy nations have not done enough about the [[root causes of terrorism]]"!”  +
“People testing the [[Google+]] social network are discussing increasing evidence that, terms of service requirement or not, Google+ wants people to use their legal names much as Facebook does. Skud [ shares a heads-up from a user banned for using his initials]. Then, for example, see discussion around it on [ Mark Cuban's stream], [ Skud's stream] and [ Sarah Stokely's blog].” ''The post includes a bingo card to keep score of anti-nym arguments.''  +
“There have been [ numerous] [ posts] about a recent report on the lack of women in science and technology careers, pointing to the sexism and macho culture as the main reason women leave these careers. Needless to say the comments on some of those posts have been frustrating.”  +
“It was not until a [[2009-07-26 The formula|Boston Globe article]] in which Mooney and Kirshenbaum place the blame and responsibility squarely on the shoulders of scientists that the camel's back broke.”  +
A longtime reader of [[Consumerist]] is dismayed by [[sexist]] comments on a [ post about sexism], sends a private message about the problem, receives no reply, posts a related comment on a [ follow-up article] -- and is banned.  +
Would a publisher accept a completely nonsensical manuscript if the authors were willing to pay Open Access publication charges? After being spammed with invitations to publish in [[Bentham Science Publishers|Bentham Science journals]] earlier this year, I decided to find out. ... Bentham confirmed receipt of my submission the very next day (January 30, 2009). Nearly four months later, I received a response – the article was accepted.  +
"It could also add fuel to to a raging debate between bitcoin devotees – who view their decentralized, unregulated currency as a legitimate new form of transaction – and those who see it as a shady way to circumvent monetary standards."  +
"[,5 A paper] published in ''Nature'' in [[1972]] accurately predicted the next 30 years of [[global warming]]."  +
"Why "efficiency" and "productivity" really mean more profits for corporations and less sanity for you."  +
"Panic mongering, character assassination, and scapegoating are just three of the techniques [[Fox News]] relies on to drive its right-wing agenda forward."  +
"[[nuclear power|Nuclear]] and [[coal power|coal]] may be big offenders, but wet-cooled [[solar power/heat engine|concentrating solar power]] [[water conservation|uses even more water]] per MWh of electricity generated. Dry-cooled CSP cuts water consumption significantly, but it's still far more than solar power from [[solar power/photovoltaic|photovoltaics]] (or [[wind power]])."  +
"I cannot guarantee that those checks [he included veterans and the disabled, in addition to Social Security] go out on August 3rd if we haven't resolved this issue. Because there may simply not be the money in the coffers to do it." "...either [[Barack Obama|Obama]] and [[Timothy Geithner|Geithner]] are lying to us now, or they and all defenders of the [[topic::US/Social Security|Social Security]] status quo have been lying to us for decades. It must be one or the other."  +
"The Ku Klux Klan, [[Ronald Reagan]], and, for most of its history, the [[National Rifle Association|NRA]] all worked to [[gun control|control guns]]. The [[US/founding fathers|Founding Fathers]]? They required gun ownership – and regulated it. And no group has more fiercely advocated the right to bear loaded weapons in public than the [[Black Panthers]] – the true pioneers of the modern pro-gun movement. In the battle over gun rights in America, both sides have distorted history and the law, and there's no resolution in sight."  +
"Not only has [ [[Germany]] ] announced plans to [ shut down] all of its [[nuclear power]] plants and started the construction of [ 2,800 miles of transmission lines] for its new renewable energy initiative, but now the village of [ Wildpoldsried] is producing 321% more energy than it needs! The small agricultural village in the state of Bavaria is generating an impressive $5.7 million in annual revenue from renewable energy."  +
A third instance of fraudulent voter registration has been uncovered in the important swing state of [[Virginia]], where a [[US Republican Party|Republican]] consultant has been arrested and thousands of discarded voter registration forms were recovered from a dumpster earlier this week.  +
It's not comfortable to side against the state of [[North Carolina]] in the lawsuit filed by [[Planned Parenthood]] of Central North Carolina. Rooting against the state means hoping that we, as taxpayers who pay for the state's legal defense, lose money on litigation.  +
Just because the [[Eucharist wafer]]'s significance is purely [[arational]] does not mean that others may treat it as insignificant.  +
Besides [ billboards in Ohio and Wisconsin] threatening enormous fines and prison sentences for "[[voter fraud]]," Harris-Perry noted the appearance of a Spanish-language billboard [ spotted in Pennsylvania] telling voters, "Si Quieres Votar Muéstrala," or, "If you want to vote, show it," a reference to the state [[voter identification law]] that [ was largely struck down] in court earlier this month.  +
"A growing body of evidence suggests that the climate is less sensitive to increases in carbon-dioxide emissions than policy makers generally assume..."  +
"Like other op-eds, [[2014/10/09/The Global Warming Statistical Meltdown|Dr. Curry's]] is framed as “contradicting” the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) and suggests that any reduction in potential risks from climate change can justify delay in reducing emissions."  +

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