A few more notable pieces of research for your late spring edification.
Three pieces of misleading research or at least reporting of research indicate why science is on shaky ground.
Minnesota’s suicide rate has risen by 40% in twenty years. Democrats have been in charge almost all of this time. Draw your own conclusions.
CO2 and temperature have a complex relationship and the Arctic isn’t going through unprecendented warmth.
The latest government data shows that prices continue to rise faster than income, as Americans fall further and further behind on their standard of living.
Today we should spend time reflecting on those who served and suffered to protect our country.
An annual report from Sun Life gives a glimpse into high cost claims in employer-sponsored health plans.
A prominent Minnesota businessman says bye, bye to nutso-land.
An amazing 25% of all scientific papers are likely to be fake, according to a new study.
It is pretty clear that the interaction of various components of Earth’s orbital dynamics are responsible for major climate shifts, and that CO2 levels have little to do with the changes.
A study of discrimination against women in science finds little evidence that it exists. The introduction is a must-read.
The major adult group’s event rates, by vax status.
A last look at the outstanding set of tables Dave Dixon created that revealed the Governor’s lies about events among the vaxed population.
Long-term care residents were particularly vulnerable to CV-19.