Category Archives: Science & Technology

The square root of sin

In my latest National Post column I criticize the notion that we can find the answers to moral questions in a math textbook.
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This time for sure

My take on the latest definitive ending of the debate on man-made global warming, on the IRPP Policy Options blog.
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Net Neutrality? No thanks

Read my latest column in the National Post rejecting the concept of “net neutrality”.
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Just how hot is it out there?

With the temperature a balmy -8 outside here in Ottawa, shortly to ease down to -19, I’m catching up on my NBC news feeds. It’s not pleasant.
I’m encountering subject lines (story headlines don’t always match the email teaser) like “15 … Continue reading

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Sun News spirit lives on

Sun News Network has set. It is a bittersweet feeling.
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