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Articles to 2014-04-18

April 18th, 2014

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There is nothing I can see to fault the results by Campbell et al. as they are. But then the area and the families those children came from were cherry picked for best results and what they got is hardly representative of normal state-run childcare. If this is going to be taken as a pretext for more enforced social engineering Read the rest of this entry »

Articles to 2014-04-12

April 12th, 2014

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If I read Gassmann et al. correctly, the susceptibility of the current regime of maize growing for breeding resistance was well known beforehand, but it was adopted regardless. Are humans innately too stupid to use things like antibiotics sensibly? Read the rest of this entry »

Articles to 2014-04-04

April 4th, 2014

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I’m very surprised by the explanation for zebra stripes by Caro et al. (unfortunately the full article is only accessible at an extortionate price) being touted as a new result. In his “Rätsel der Menschwerdung” Josef Reichholf already Read the rest of this entry »

Articles to 2014-03-31

March 31st, 2014

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Powell et al. 2012 sounds interesting and seems to confirm a well accepted hypothesis. Going into the details though, there is no significant correlation between the cause and effect values and what there is points in the wrong direction.[1] The article doesn’t show a single meaningful diagram Read the rest of this entry »

Offene Kriegshetze 100 a nach 1914

March 26th, 2014

Genau wie in den Monaten vor dem August 1914 überschlägt sich die Presse in hetzerischer Kriegspropaganda und schreckt wieder einmal vor offenen Lügen nicht zurück. Was treibt den Brüsseler Sowjet? Mehr dazu auf berger-odenthal.de.

Articles to 2014-03-22

March 22nd, 2014

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Riehl offers a very nice introductory summary of the neolithisation process but with one big omission. While citing an outsider hypothesis by Watkins, requiring a coincidence of timing, that reminds of Old Testament miracles and acts of G-d, Read the rest of this entry »

Articles to 2014-03-16

March 17th, 2014

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Reading Livio & Silk strengthens my gut feeling – admittedly substantiated by nothing but the size of the gut – that neither dark energy nor dark matter exist, the Hubble constant is an artefact Read the rest of this entry »

Was geschieht in der Ukraine? Ein kleiner Rückblick

March 15th, 2014

Für die Weltmacht Rußland ist seit jeher der Zugang ihrer Marine zu den Weltmeeren strategisch unverzichtbar. Da alle anderen Häfen im hohen Norden liegen und mit Ausnahme von Wladivostok im Winter zugefroren sind, kommt dabei der Krim als einzigem Warmwasserhafen eine besondere Bedeutung zu. Read the rest of this entry »

Schäubles schamlose Schuldenlüge

March 13th, 2014

„Schäuble präsentiert schuldenfreien Haushalt 2015“ [Der Spiegel]; „Haushalt ohne neue Schulden“ [Tagesspiegel]; „Schäuble plant ohne neuen Schulden“ [ZDF]; „Bund will nächstes Jahr ohne neue Schulden auskommen“ [FAZ]

So viel Einigkeit quer durch das gesamte Spektrum von Rundfunk und Presse – und alles ist gelogen. Richtig ist, Read the rest of this entry »

What good does a passport do, if any?

March 11th, 2014

So far nothing substantial is known about the missing flight from Malaysia and all a sensible blogger can do is shut up and wait. Of course that’s quite the opposite of what our main stream media are doing. There is however one very important side aspect that’s turned up and about which enough is known Read the rest of this entry »