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Comment: Who am I supposed to believe? (Score 0) 615

by deadcrow (#39048473) Attached to: Leaked Heartland Institute Documents Reveal Opposition To Science
1) Some scientists believe there in NO Global warming.
2) Most scientists believe Global Warming is happening.
3) Among those, probably most believe that Man contributes to this warming.
4) Among those, even fewer believe than Man contributes a lot to global warming.
5) Many of that group believe Mans contribution is going to result in a catastrophe.

What I hear from these groups is:
1) The science is not completed. We need further study.
2) The science is not completed. We need further study.
3) The science is not completed. We need further study.
4) The science is not completed. We need further study. Start to become concerned and consider radical changes.
5) The science is complete. Panic. The other scientists are hacks, don't believe them. Radical changes NOW!

Who am I supposed to believe here?

Comment: Re:all wrong questions (Score 0) 500

by deadcrow (#37078866) Attached to: Dutch Government To Tax Drivers Based On Car Use
Seriously, the same folks that worry so about Orwellian 1984 style government have brought us the Nanny State. Fools can't even see that it is the same thing, and they created it. They sit here today supporting it, while in the same breath bemoaning that the conservatives want to control our lives. And since we obviously don't want that, vote for our Nanny State.


Comment: Some games pursue reality but others do not (Score 0) 186

by deadcrow (#37053620) Attached to: The Case For Surrealism In Games
Not all games are pursuing reality. Just look at games like "Cat God vs Sun King" and "Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet". They don't even try for a realistic name. The author mentions several different games, especially the Alice game as examples of the type he thinks are better than ultra-realistic games. As long as games like this exist, there is balance in the realism of games. And no need to panic.

COBOL is for morons. -- E.W. Dijkstra