Archive for August 28th, 2008

Scarborough’s Law: The corporate media’s knee jerk response to progressive candidates

| August 28, 2008 | Reply
Scarborough’s Law: The corporate media’s knee jerk response to progressive candidates

Bob Cesca calls it Scarborough’s Law, and it has been faithfully been implemented by the media throughout this campaign: When the Republicans attack, repeat the attack over and over. When the Democrats attack, attack the Democrats. For lack of a better term, let’s call it Scarborough’s Law, in honor of Joe “The Shovel” Scarborough. According […]

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Deep Water Effects on Radioactivity

| August 28, 2008 | 77 Replies
Deep Water Effects on Radioactivity

We’ve had a long comment aside in the Iridium Layer post about whether a Young Earth might be proven if one assumes that all isotopes “age” faster under water at some depth. Let’s consider some of the repercussions if this were Truth instead of fantasy: Nuclear waste would not be a problem. If isotopes with […]

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If you make more than $250,000 per year, are you rich?

| August 28, 2008 | 2 Replies
If you make more than $250,000 per year, are you rich?

John McCain has suggested that you’re not rich unless you make $5,000,000 per year. This sets the stage for all of those non-rich (less than $5M per year) folks to step up and demand tax relief. Here’s a recent Newsweek article, though, that shows that if your household income is more than even $250,000 per […]

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Cloud Gate: Chicago’s big “egg” sculpture at Millenium Park

| August 28, 2008 | 4 Replies
Cloud Gate: Chicago’s big “egg” sculpture at Millenium Park

Ever been to Chicago’s Millenium Park? If so, you’ve probably had some from at the “egg,” more properly known as “Cloud Gate.” My family and I just returned from a perfect three-day trip to Chicago, where we made two visits to “Cloud Gate,” a tremendously fun and interactive sculpture at Millenium Park. According to this […]

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