In one of the most valiant efforts at attacking windmills, Rep. Steve Israel (D-NY) is trying to ban the production of ammunition magazines with 3-D printers. Aside from the Constitutional issues–Rep. Israel’s efforts are an infringement not just on the Second Amendment, but also the First Amendment–this is an exercise in both futility and stupidity. […]
Well, not really. Vox, however, illustrates a point that I spent no small amount of time making during my tour of duty at Southern Baptist Theological Cemetary:: Clearly, a bright line needs to be delineated between scientific evidence that has been independently replicated by experiment, scientific evidence that could be independently replicated but has not […]
I have had some site-related issues. I have apparently lost all comments–and posts–that have been made since Friday. Confirm if you can see this.
As I read this story, I checked Wikipedia for more info. I found this a bit interesting. Largely eradicated as pests in the developed world (largely through the use of DDT) in the early 1940s, bedbugs have been resurgent since about 1995 Why not bring back DDT?
While I enjoy my iPhone, I have no use for AT&T. They have engaged in false marketing, their networks are of dubious reliability, and–quite frankly–the only thing they have going for them is their exclusive contract with Apple for the iPhone. That, too, is about to change. There are lots of new phones entering the […]