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Achenblog: April 9, 2006 - April 15, 2006

Daddy Wars

As a working father, I feel constant conflict between my duties at the office and my strong, instinctive desire to be at home, watching sports on TV. Or doing other guy stuff, like playing with power tools, or napping,...

By Joel Achenbach  |  April 15, 2006; 11:11 AM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (50)
 
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More of Tom's Dumb Questions

Tom Shroder asks: "Why does no one eat goose anymore? There seem to be plenty of them around. And why does the moon not spin when it goes around the Earth even though the Earth spins as it goes...

By Joel Achenbach  |  April 13, 2006; 1:45 PM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (276)
 
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Smithsonian Mulls Climate Change

[A dispatch from the Natural History museum, published in today's Style section.] Is there any controversy about climate change? Not at the Smithsonian! The National Museum of Natural History has found a way to open two new climate change...

By Joel Achenbach  |  April 12, 2006; 6:59 AM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (336)
 
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Brass Knuckle Politics and Lit Crit

We know that politics is a brass knuckle sport. It favors the rise of people with nicknames like The Hammer. I assume everyone saw the remarkable Peter Perl piece in Outlook, "Delay's Next Mission From God," demonstrating that Tom...

By Joel Achenbach  |  April 11, 2006; 6:48 AM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (165)
 
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Today's Screenplay Idea

Basic concept is: Intrepid but obscure bathrobe-clad blogger discovers that White House is covering up science data and muzzling scientists involved in a new study of the planet Venus, where surface temperatures approach 900 degrees. Huge spine-tingling revelation: Scientists...

By Joel Achenbach  |  April 10, 2006; 7:29 AM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (0)
 
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