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Repeating myths may make good stories, but it breeds confusion. See the ENCODE news.

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Repeating myths may make good stories, but it breeds confusion. See the ENCODE news.

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We previously did a Lessons from Past Predictions entry on year-to-year Arctic sea ice extent predictions.  However, we were recently alerted to an interesting longer-term Arctic sea ice prediction published in Science by Vinnikov et al.

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And since 2007 , John McCain changed his story to try to win the 2008 election. Follow the money. 

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The polar bear evolved from the brown bear about 600,000 years ago, according to new genetic data.

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So Harper is desperate to get this pipeline in and we are not even sure it is beneficial to Canadians. But lets not let data get in the way. right Stevie?

The Tyee – Economist Calls Gateway Pipeline an Inflationary ‘Threat’.

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North American mammal evolution tracks with climate change.

This is a statistical study used to refute the inane numbers produced from the ID cadre. The IDiots usually generate large numbers due to misapplication or ignorance of science principles. This is a more realistic, accurate position from National Geographic.

I’d like to add that I compare the ID position to stating the probability of water and oil molecules from separating due to random forces. Highly unlikely. However, the forces acting on the oil/water interface are NOT random.  Hence they separate quite nicely. Similarly, organization may seem random. Selection may SEEM random. But neither are.

All Species Evolved From Single Cell, Study Finds.

The Search for Genes Leads to Unexpected Places – NYTimes.com.