Scientists studying ‘clatterings’ of Jackdaws, discover seeds of primitive democracy. Or maybe not so primitive…
The Biden Ministry of Truth now sits on the back burner after public outrage and mockery erupted at its announcement.
You can ignore reality, but it won’t ignore you.
When many people who now hold high-paying jobs find themselves replaced by A.I., how will we cope?
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo says it’s politically impossible to do an independent probe for nursing home COVID-19 deaths after his controversial order requiring the homes to admit elderly Coronavirus carriers.
New Hampshire just passed the so-called Jetson Law to allow flying cars to use public roads to get to air strips for take off. Customers already place orders for several science fantasy models — the Terrafugia Transition, Samson Switchblade and PAL-V. But is the flying car a rotten idea that will never take off?
Elon Musk is sending rockets to Mars, putting electric motors in hot cars, generating power from roofing shingles, boring tunnels for hyperloop travel, and creating a “$6 Million Man” within the next year. Musk’s other, other company, Neuralink, has a tiny device designed to fix issues like paralysis, autism, schizophrenia and other brain-related conditions. Beyond […]
When you hear the phrase “follow the science” it’s not an exhortation to do more research and lab experiments anymore. It’s a Progressive’s way of squashing dissent by saying your opinion is not informed by science. Can you hear the dog whistle? Are you a dog? Bill Whittle, Stephen Green and Scott Ott produce five […]
Bill Whittle has become a Progressive, placing his faith in the power of science, which has recently discovered that journalists, in scientific jargon, are stupid, childish drunks. Right Angle with Bill Whittle, Scott Ott and Stephen Green is a production of our Members who gather behind the veil at this site, and plot rebellion against […]
The NASA Antarctic Impulsive Transient Antenna (ANITA) finds tau neutrino high energy particles rising from Earth — too heavy to have passed through the Earth — and offers the “simplest explanation”: another universe where time runs backward. What are the consequences of a time-flipped parallel universe for your life? Are you — like Merlin — […]
Sick of avoiding sickness, many people suffer quarantine fatigue. Democrat politicians seem to think the cure is shaming people who want to get out of the house. Science long ago discovered a cure from the anxiety caused by being cooped up. Right Angle is a production of our Members who access backstage content, and exclusive […]
Scott Ott nailed the analogy: not only do we have to slow down; we are not allowed to PASS EACH OTHER.
Nic Lewis took just days to debunk some of the fundamental assumptions of a landmark study on ocean-rise that created alarming headlines around the world when the journal, Nature, published it in October 2018. It took nearly a year from when Nature learned of the statistical errors, until they formally retracted the Resplandy et al. paper on ocean heat uptake this week. Does the prestigious scientific journal’s peer-review process hold inherent bias?
Scientists conduct a social experiment in dozens of countries to see who will return a found wallet, and if results vary based on the amount of cash in it. The results surprised them. Nearly everyone, everywhere, is more likely to return a cash-filled wallet than an empty one. Bill Whittle Now explores the reasons behind this near-universal virtue, and what impact the finding should have on our political discourse.
Siri, Alexa and the Google Assistant default female voices reinforce sexist notions that women are docile, servile, non-confrontational and easy to please, according to a new United Nations report. The report recommends genderless default voices so these female caricatures don’t discourage girls from pursuing careers in science, technology, engineering and math (S.T.E.M.).