"Under the law," he declared himself a combatant, which made him a legal target of military forces. There's no requirement in the law of war to have a trial before you can shoot at someone during combat.
Even if the methodology is poor, the conclusion might be correct.
What? If the methodology is poor, how can you trust the conclusion?
when it comes to Mann, Jones, Hansen, and co. those guys have repeatedly been shown to have used poor methodology
Actually, they haven't.
The parent has already listed several examples. Wishing they didn't exist doesn't make them go away.
As for the stations, you should read Watt's paper, in which he answers the questions you asked. Many of the sites were set up in suitable locations, then were encroached upon later, making the sites unsuitable. But, those sites were NOT compensated for. When taken as a whole, the stations have a margin of error greater than the temperature change they are said to demonstrate.
That's how the free market is supposed to work. The final price of an item is determined by the value placed on it by both the seller and the buyer.
All this talk about Reagan's deficit spending, Clinton's deficit spending, and Bush's deficit spending is very interesting. But why is it that no one wants to talk about Obama's deficit spending? He is on pace to double Bush's spending, and triple the per-year deficit spending.
Let's stop arguing about who is worse, and concede that they are all to blame. Then let's get on with finding a way to build budgets closer to $$OUT = $$IN.
"Tamper proof" is only claimed in the summary, not TFA. This is intended to be "a secure end node from trusted media" for "general telecommuting use."
It's not supposed to be a bullet-proof connection to super-secret networks, just a better way to check email from outside the office.
There are organizations like Fox that feel the need to make up their stories and editorialize all over the place, but to call them "journalists" is misleading and quite dishonest.
You're trolling, right?
Or do you just think that those facts that don't fit your opinions must be fabricated?
I believe the GP's point was that the school's job is to teach the kids while they are in school. What they do outside of school is the responsibility of their parents, not the school.
I don't see how the youth crime rate is relevant.
Given that churches aren't taxed, religion already receives more government funding than science.
So what tax is levied on science?
I find it interesting that you think that no tax equals government funding. I guess we should all be greatful to the Government for whatever it lets us keep from our paychecks.
"The urge to destroy is also a creative urge." -- Bakunin [ed. note - I would say: The urge to destroy may sometimes be a creative urge.]