Wednesday, January 11, 2012

3 comments:

nanakwame said...

Likewise, talks on climate change have resulted in little progress, the panel found. In fact, politics seemed to trump science in discussions over the last two years, said Robert Socolow, a Princeton professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering and a member of the Bulletin's Science and Security board. 
"We need the political leadership to affirm the primacy of science as a way of knowing, or problems will be far worse than they are already," Socolow said.

Uglyblackjohn said...

I'd have thought we had less than five minutes.
EVERYTHING seems to be failing at the same time.
(That's a nice clock BYW)

CNu said...

I believe we have less than five http://howestreet.com/2012/01/why-iran-could-be-more-dangerous-than-you-think/

Israel Became A Gangster State When Its Lawbreakers Became Its Lawmakers

NYTimes  |   For decades, most Israelis have considered Palestinian terrorism the country’s biggest security concern. But there is another ...