Monthly Archives: October 2012

No Spoilers, Please!

I’m stuck at work and know that Chelsea and Man U are headed into overtime. Please don’t post the result. I want to watch later. My understanding is that Man U is having to play with only eleven players on … Continue reading

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What I Learned From Alarmists During September And October

The Arctic is rapidly melting at -15C 97% of the Greenland ice sheet melted this summer Manhattan is underwater, just as Hansen predicted Dengue Fever is coming to Chicago

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My Climate Hero Award

According to Bill McKibben, my CO2 footprint contributed to the record low number of tornadoes this summer. Many lives were no doubt saved, and I feel that I deserve the Medal Of Honor for occasionally sacrificing my bike ride to get in … Continue reading

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Fox News Stupid Lead Photo Of The Day

It doesn’t get much dumber than this. Why did they build that house on stilts, Homer? Fox News – Breaking News Updates | Latest News Headlines | Photos & News Videos

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This Guy Wanted To Be The GOP Candidate For President

“If you think right now I give a damn about presidential politics, then you don’t know me,” Christie added. Fortunately, the GOP selected a candidate with some self-respect.

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My Academy Award

I watched Gladiator (several times) and am proud to list myself as a co-winner of the Best Picture Oscar.

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Hysterical Climatology

The science of historical hysterical climatology has several schools of thought The Hayhoe/Dessler/Hansen school – time began in 1970 The Karl/Hansen school – people were too stupid in the past to read thermometers, and have become exponentially more stupid in … Continue reading

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1821 Storm Surge Drowned Lower Manhattan

Reaching the City on September 3, 1821, the storm was one of the only hurricanes believed to have passed directly over parts of modern New York City. The tide rose 13 feet in one hour and inundated wharves, causing the … Continue reading

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1775 Hurricane Had A Thirty Foot Storm Surge

It wiped out many British ships and killed 4,000 people. The Newfoundland Hurricane of 1775, also known as the Independence Hurricane, was a hurricane that hit the Colony of Newfoundland in September 1775. It is believed to have killed at least 4,000 … Continue reading

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Listening To Hansen Would Have Prevented The Pine Bark Beetle Infestation

Had we given up fossil fuels 30 years ago like Hansen wanted us to do, there would not be a single tree left standing in the US. They all would have been used for firewood by desperate people trying to … Continue reading

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