Dorian vs CNN & Global Warming: UPDATE

  Katherine McClintock: [after walking out of her bedroom to find G.W. and Mrs. Warren at the bottom of the stairs] What’s going on here? George Washington McLintock: [Intoxicated, with Mrs. Warren sitting on his lap] Now Katherine, are you going to believe what you see, or what I tell you? McLintock! 1963 For all of those people without … Continue reading Dorian vs CNN & Global Warming: UPDATE

A Simple Proof of the Insanity of Global Warming Hysteria

There are many reasons why one should not fall for the insanity of climate change panic, the unwillingness of those who claim it's a crisis to act like it's a crisis, the massive amounts of money spent to massage a particular answer and the simple question of who has benefited from the vast amounts of … Continue reading A Simple Proof of the Insanity of Global Warming Hysteria

The Unexpectedly Chronicles It’s Goremageddon & we’re still all still alive!

Ten Years ago Al Gore gave a speech saying that we have only 10 years to save the planet from Global Warming. At that time Rush Limbaugh started a countdown clock at 10 years. This is January 27th, 2006. We will begin the count, ladies and gentlemen. This is just... You have to love these … Continue reading The Unexpectedly Chronicles It’s Goremageddon & we’re still all still alive!

Overthinking the Environmental “Endgame”

Shino Sakon:Waking half a mat, Sleeping one mat, Rule the nation a fist full of rice, but but when we die a fistful of ash. Lone Wolf and Cub Vol 3 Yesterday at Instapundt Ed Driscoll linked a piece by Joel at the Orange County Register that asks a question: What is the endgame of the … Continue reading Overthinking the Environmental “Endgame”

Sowing meets Reaping at the tablet

At the tablet Liel Leibovitz laments the NYT playing fast and loose with historical data concerning the Temple Mount: But hey, never mind any of that. Never mind the physical existence of the Western Wall, which the Times mentions in passing in the fourth-to-last paragraph, even though the existence of an enormous external supporting wall … Continue reading Sowing meets Reaping at the tablet

What is the value of going green?

By Timothy Imholt, (extreme hat tip to Devon Crowe), We hear about Global Warming or Climate Change so often it has become background noise. Most of us just ignore it at this point. Let me give you two scientists bottom line on this, after we did a reasonably in depth look at the literature (and … Continue reading What is the value of going green?

Big Bangs & Cholesterol ? Science is never “Settled”

Dr. Leo Brewster: We used to tell people, eat this and you'll live to be 100. Now it's a death chart. Empty Next The Mentor 1991 Capt. Picard: A good scientist doesn't function by conjecture. Meribor: A good scientist functions by hypothesizing and then proving or disproving that hypothesis. Star Trek TNG  The Inner Light … Continue reading Big Bangs & Cholesterol ? Science is never “Settled”

“Blizzard of 15” Think about it

11th Doctor:  I'm missing something obvious, Rory. Something big. Something right slap in front of me. I can feel it. Rory: [Who died & was erased from existence two episodes earlier] Yeah, I think you probably are.   Doctor Who The Pandorica Opens 2010 People often miss the obvious and as the Blizzard of 2015 … Continue reading “Blizzard of 15” Think about it

Election 2014’s biggest loser: Climate change agenda

By John Ruberry Election results won't be coming in until Tuesday night, but it's already time to select the biggest loser of the midterms: environmentalists and their climate change agenda. During the brutally cold 2014 winter, San Francisco hedge fund billionaire Tom Steyer announced that he would be contributing $50 million to his NextGen Climate … Continue reading Election 2014’s biggest loser: Climate change agenda

Mark Steyn notes the beginning of the end

Gregory:   Is there any point to which you would wish to draw my attention? Sherlock Holmes:  To the curious incident of the dog in the night-time. Gregory:  The dog did nothing in the night-time. Sherlock Holmes:  That was the curious incident Sir Arthur Conan Doyle Sherlock Holmes Sliverblaze Today in Mark Steyn's latest update on … Continue reading Mark Steyn notes the beginning of the end

The UN/Obama Global Warming Squirrel or the Media’s Prevent Defense

Lance: Well, I couldn't risk you running off. I had to say yes. And then I was stuck with a woman who thinks the height of excitement is a new flavour Pringle. Oh, I had to sit there and listen to all that yap yap yap. Oh, Brad and Angelina. Is Posh pregnant? X Factor, … Continue reading The UN/Obama Global Warming Squirrel or the Media’s Prevent Defense

Global Warming = Infidelity = Societal Decay

By Timothy Imholt This morning I saw a news article that said there is an increased rate of marital infidelity because of global warming. http://blogs.miaminewtimes.com/cultist/2014/05/global_warming_makes_couples_cheat_says_dating_website.php I cam across this report when I was reading through my normal routine this morning when I saw this news report that made my blood boil. I could find a … Continue reading Global Warming = Infidelity = Societal Decay

Global Warming and the Auschwitz Guard Critique

1st Lt Harry Walsh: Eerie. Not even any natives. Captain Nixon: That's because in this town you can't deny being a true Nazi. Band of Brothers Points 2001 I’ll believe it's a crisis when the People who tell me it's a crisis start acting like it's a crisis Glenn Reynolds on Global Warming. If there is … Continue reading Global Warming and the Auschwitz Guard Critique

Obama and psychohistory

By John Ruberry Isaac Asimov's greatest and best-known work was the Foundation series. The plot is centered on the mathematical model created by Professor Hari Seldon--one that can scientifically predict the history of our galaxy. On the surface it appears to be a dry read, but plot twists and intriguing characters make the stories work. … Continue reading Obama and psychohistory

Welcome to spring, now grab a shovel and your scarf

By Steve Eggleston Even though the calendar says celestial spring doesn't begin until later this month, meterologists marked the beginning of meteorlogical spring today. Here in southeast Wisconsin, nature didn't exactly cooperate as snow is falling as I type this, with another round of subzero temperatures behind it. For much of the country, this winter … Continue reading Welcome to spring, now grab a shovel and your scarf