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Dear God

I’m a big fan of Leg Iron’s rants at underdogs bite upwards.  This, however may be among the two best sentences ever written in the English language: I’m not religious but Dear God, can’t you smack some intelligence into the things you made? You say you made them in your image and they make you […]

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Quote of the Day

This QOTD (from this source) is actually from a couple of weeks ago.  It appeared in The Smallest Minority, a blog I highly recommend and one that I’ve recently added to my “daily dose” in the RSS reader. No doubt the warmist crowd will be quick to express outrage at this blatant confusion of global […]

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In case you hadn’t figured it out by now

There’s a global warming climate conference going on this week in Mexico.  In case you thought it actually had something to do with climate, this, from one of the IPCC bigwigs might be of some interest to you: Climate policy has almost nothing to do anymore with environmental protection, says the German economist and IPCC […]

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So this is the scientific consensus?

Rep. Nick Rahall, Democratic incumbent for the U.S. House in the 3rd District of West Virginia: Climate change — to deny it exists, to just put your head in the sand and, ‘oh no, it doesn’t exist, what are you talking about,’ is about like standing on the floor of Macy’s during the month of […]

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Because I’m killing the planet

There’s a woman who lives across the parking lot from me who has one of those little “box-on-wheels, I’m better than you because I’m saving the planet” cars.  I’ve never spoken to her, nor she to me, but when we meet coming or going in the parking lot she always glares up at me. Personally, […]

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Quick, click another link; Cziltang is on about Global Warming again

When I was in grade school I had a crush on a girl in my class.  She was cute and very sweet and smart and I really, really liked her.  Of course, I never said anything to her, although once (in the 6th grade, I think) I brought her a bouquet of flowers I had […]

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Sunday Night Link Dump

I spent the afternoon splitting logs with a maul for my folks.  The last time I did that was at least 10 years ago.  I’m not feeling too bad right now, but I’m guessing I’ll have a bit of trouble getting out of bed in the morning. I’m not sure how he got it, but […]

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Lord Monckton on Climategate

If you’ve got half an hour, it would be worth your time to watch this video.  I find it rather refreshing to hear Lord Monckton labelling the principals of the AGW fraud   the criminals that they are.  And then back up the charges.  I was also tickled by his statement that these individuals “call themselves […]

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Cost/Benefit Analysis

tjic on whether or not taking drastic measures to stop global warming (and wreck our economy in the process) are worth it: Here’s the consciousness raising exercise I want each of you to do: when you wake up tomorrow, think to yourself “OM*G – what if it was 1.1 ° warmer? Wouldn’t that be horrible? […]

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This just in…

I thought I was done for the night, but this post from Coyote is priceless, as is his postscript, In the language of mathematics (I mentioned before I am in the middle of Goedel-Escher-Bach) if actually aiding someone is “helping,” then I guess organizing people to help is meta helping, and lobbying government to force […]

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