Tag Archives: Science

Microchip Implanted to Deliver Drug Shows Promise? A Limerick.


Scientists have conducted the first human trial of an implantable microchip-based drug delivery device, an assembly that releases precise doses of a drug through a wireless communication link and receives return messages confirming proper operation. In cooperation with two commercial companies, scientists at Harvard, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Case Western Reserve University created […]

Obamacare and prostate cancer. The p-pill link. A Limerick.


Can people get cancer from taking the pill? Both they and their partners most surely will. Synthetic estrogen Acts as carcinogen. Obamacare soon will go in for the kill! Researchers recently studied the link between prostate cancer incidence and mortality and the use of birth control pills. The authors of the study, published in 2011 […]

The end of U.S. dominance in space. A limerick


It was the 20th of July 1969 and my wife and I had been in the U.S. for a little over a year. We were sitting in the living room watching the moon landing and saw real live feed from the moon. President Nixon said in for him an unusally excited voice “This is the […]

CO2, Man’s best friend.


They published a book I can recommend It tells CO2 is our very best friend. The warming is done. Saturated*, we won. Too hard for you warmists to comprehend? The book is called “The many benefits from atmospheric CO2 enrichment.” and can be ordered from: http://www.valeslake.com/bookmart.htm From: http://scienceandpublicpolicy.org/other/benefits_of_co2.html A synopsis can be downloaded in pdf […]

Cain built a City, in China, it’s empty.


And Cain built a City*, he went to the east. They are standing empty and gathering yeast. The bureaucrats plan. That is common to man. They plan and they plan, they are feeding the beast. *Genesis 4:16-17 (King James Version) And Cain went out from the presence of the LORD, and dwelt in the land […]

The truth wears off. Excellent article in the New Yorker.


Here is an excellent article in the New Yorker on why science is subject to the same fallacies as is common to man. An excerpt: The problem of selective reporting is rooted in a fundamental cognitive flaw, which is that we like proving ourselves right and hate being wrong. “It feels good to validate a […]

The Lanthanides Lamentation Limerick:


China’s Ban on Selling Rare Earth Minerals to Japan Continues, Officials Say By KEITH BRADSHER and EDWARD WONG New York Times Published: October 10, 2010 HONG KONG — Chinese customs officials continued to bar all exports of rare earth minerals to Japan over the weekend, industry officials said, but the Chinese government showed signs of […]

Anniversary of the moon landing Limerick


It was the 20th of July 1969 and my wife and I had been in the U.S. for a little over a year. We were sitting in the living room watching the moon landing and saw real live feed from the moon. President Nixon said in for him an unusally excited voice “This is the […]

Limerick on embryonic stem cell research.


Returning to science with words that are scenic but cells embryonic turn out pathogenic, the result of a cult. So what’s the result? Why, stem cells like that they are all tumorgenic.

A Limerick about Science, Muslims, NASA and border security


Returning of Science to its rightful place: The feel good of Muslims is better than space. And: Don’t mind the borders are NASA’s new orders. Obama the Quisling; he is a disgrace.