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NEW YORK, NY - FEBRUARY 03: Bill Nye attends the Nick Graham presentation during New York Fashion Week Men's Fall/Winter 2016 at Skylight at Clarkson Sq on February 3, 2016 in New York City. (Photo by D Dipasupil/Getty Images for Nick Graham)

Bill Nye and Scientism

There is a saying in the world of science that if scientific facts do not support your arguments then stop shouting. It is thus a waste of time to appeal to “scientism” or to rely on popular spokespersons like Al Gore or Bill Nye to make it look otherwise.

A replica of The HMS Endeavour. Photo courtesy of the Australian National Maritime Museum

LISTEN: Marine Archaeologist Explains How They’re ‘Closing In’ on Captain Cook’s HMS Endeavour off Rhode Island Coast

Dr. Kathy Abbass of the Rhode Island Marine Archaeology Project (RIMAP) joined Breitbart News Daily SiriusXM host Stephen K. Bannon to day to discuss RIMAP’s efforts to close in on the location of Captain James Cook’s legendary ship the HMS Endeavour, which was scuttled in 1778 just off the coast of Newport, Rhode Island, in Narragansett Bay.

John Kerry Grandaughter APMark Lennihan

Representatives from 175 Countries Do the ‘Climate Hustle’ at UN

Earth Day’s news coverage of the “historic” ceremonial signing of the Paris Climate Agreement featured representatives from 175 countries walk up to the stage in the General Assembly hall at the United Nations headquarters in New York, sitting behind a desk on the podium, and adding their signatures to the book.

Chernobyl

Ukraine Marks 30 Years Since Chernobyl Disaster

Ukraine prepared on Tuesday to mark the 30th anniversary of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster, which permanently poisoned swathes of eastern Europe and highlighted the shortcomings of the secretive Soviet system. In the early hours of April 26, 1986, a botched

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Ecuador Suffers Most Powerful Earthquake in Decades, 350 Dead

PORTOVIEJO, Ecuador (AFP)—The most powerful earthquake to hit Ecuador in decades has killed 272 people—a toll that will ‘certainly’ rise, President Rafael Correa said as overwhelmed rescuers Monday struggled to pull survivors from piles of debris. Note: since the publication