Daily Archives: April 13, 2018

Oh, Noes, The Ocean’s Circulation Hasn’t Been This Sluggish In 1000 Years!!!!!!!!

I’ve mostly been ignoring this idiotic bit of scaremongering, but this one takes the cake The oceans’ circulation hasn’t been this sluggish in 1,000 years. That’s bad news. https://t.co/jf61IKXtr9 #climatechange pic.twitter.com/Qq3pOMzbgX — Greenpeace International (@Greenpeace) April 13, 2018 There’s one simple point: do they have the actual scientific data to prove the assertion? Measurements from […]

If All You See…

…is a wonderful low carbon method of transportation which Everyone Else should be required to use instead of fossil fuels, you might just be a Warmist The blog of the day is Diogenes’ Middle Finger, with a post on the FCC chair telling Democrats to go pound sand.

Doom: The 100th Meridian May Possibly Maybe We’re Not Sure Be Moving Due To ‘Climate Change’

Everybody panic! Something might be happening The 100th Meridian May Be Shifting Because of Climate Change The 100th meridian, which bisects the Great Plains and separates the arid western states from the moister eastern states, may be shifting as a result of climate change, new studies say. The imaginary line, metaphorically “drawn in the dirt” by American […]

Gun Grabber Groups Mailing Voting Registration Forms To 18 Year Olds

Let me ask, did a certain thought just pop in your head, especially after the previous post? Anyway, let’s let people who eat Tide pods and escape to their safe spaces over Words decide the Second Amendment Gun Control Groups Mailing Birthday Voting Forms to 18-Year-Olds A coalition of gun control and progressive millennial outreach […]

LA Times: The Internet Has Become A Monster And Needs Restrictions Or Something

Opinion writer George Skelton misses the irony in slamming the very platform that allows you to read his screeds The internet is no longer an infant that needs freedom to innovate — it’s grown into a monster and needs to be restricted Real estate developer Alastair Mactaggart became alarmed about the internet’s threat to personal […]

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