As Journalistic Integrity Vanishes, Laughter Opens Up

The fake news New York Times has a very detailed map of new shipping routes through the Arctic.

As Arctic Ice Vanishes, New Shipping Routes Open – The New York Times

Never mind that there aren’t actually any ships on any of those routes.  They are all going through the Panama Canal.

MarineTraffic: Global Ship Tracking Intelligence | AIS Marine Traffic

But why would this story be any different than all the other lies the New York Times tells every day?

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22 Responses to As Journalistic Integrity Vanishes, Laughter Opens Up

  1. Johansen says:

    The NYT apparently wants to compete with Popular Science magazine

    • Disillusioned says:

      Cool graphic. I like the 1960’s automobile-like door and door handle that doesn’t match up with the domed window glass.

      • Johansen says:

        Yes, I agree it looks suspiciously like a mid-60’s Buick or Pontiac door handle, and dual headlights. I don’t know what to do with the hood scoop, though

        • GCsquared says:

          That’s for the after-market turbo intake that hubby put in.

        • Disillusioned says:

          Yeah, they borrowed from modern car styling of the day. The door handle appears to open the door backward from conventionally placed automobile doors – like the rear doors of a 1967 Ford T-bird 4-door or a Lincoln Continental from that time. I dunno about the hood scoop.

        • Rah says:

          Looks like it’s a two flying saucer home.

      • arn says:

        I wonder how hot it gets inside a car with a glass dome?

        • paul courtney says:

          arn: We don’t know that, but it is settled:
          1) If we raise the level of CO2 in there, it’ll be catastrophic; 2) the warmth in there is unprecedented (after some adjustments); and
          3) our host has cherry-picked the space-car that’s cooling in a world of overheating domed space-cars.

    • Disillusioned says:

      My grandfather was an engineer, and they had a ‘modern’ home built in the late 50s that had plate glass windows very similar to that going to the ceiling, on one gabled side of the house – the side with the living room in the front and the dining room behind it.

      • Johansen says:

        That’s total, full-on “mid-century modern”!

        • Disillusioned says:

          Yes. Lot’s of blonde wood and no-frills furniture. It wasn’t the Jetsons, but the house was “modern” – no styling at all leftover from the 20s and 30s waterfall furniture (Art Deco) era, let alone the elaborate styling of the Victorian era.

  2. steve case says:

    “But high costs may keep the new routes from being used right away”

    In other news bears still poop in the woods and Dolly Parton sleeps on her back.

  3. GCsquared says:

    The Russians have been using its Northern Sea Route near its Arctic Coast for transport for the last century. Within the last decade or two, it’s become a major development project, and they’ve been opening up access. Looking at the Wikipedia entry leaves the impression that it may be falling off, but 2017 was evidently a record year for TONNAGE.
    Here’s an RT article:
    “The Arctic route from Southeast Asia to Europe cuts transportation time in half compared to traditional routes through the Suez and Panama canals.”
    The US thinks that the Russians should maintain this route for everyone:
    “The Northern Sea Route, which lies in Arctic waters and within Russia’s Exclusive Economic Zone, should be a transport corridor open to the entire world community, Admiral Paul Zukunft, Commandant of the US Coast Guard, said.”
    I just KNEW that Putin was hacking the climate to warm the planet and now it’s clear why. He must be stopped. Michael Mann should ask him nicely.

    • Kent Clizbe says:

      The Russians use the Arctic for sea transport.

      This is thanks NOT to “Global Warming” caused by American’s SUVs.

      Instead, the Russian exploitation of frozen seas is based on their massive superiority in ICE BREAKERS! Their nuclear-powered ice breakers are engineering marvels, and tame the frigid Arctic for their use.

  4. Rah says:

    I’m sorry but NYT associated with the words journalism and integrity does not compute. Neither exist at the old gray racist bitch.

  5. Rah says:

    Posting from the phone again.
    04:50 Thursday morning got the call
    Five stop milkrun. First two stops Franklin, KY, next Portland, TN, next Bardstown, KY, last Georgetown, KY. Now in the Flying J truckstop 25 mi. South of Cincinnati. Later today I’ll drop this trailer at the Vandalia, OH terminal and head home to start a week long vacation. Long day yesterday.

    • paul courtney says:

      R: Thanks for mentioning Vandalia, rest well.

      • RAH says:

        Can’t miss the terminal. It’s a big one. Going north on the Airport access road look right and there it is. Entrance is off Capstone way (street with the White Castle processing building) off Peters Pike.

  6. Rah says:

    Pretrip inspection done. Coffee cup full. Time to beat my way right through the Cincinnati and Dayton morning Rush on I 75.

  7. Josh says:

    Typical denial by the real deniers. They are stuck in 2012. Typical deniers claiming the warmth is global and that there was no longer a hiatus. Liars.

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