Daily Archives: May 5, 2011

New Legal Judgement From Holder : OK For The President To Tell Troops To Break Into The House Of An Accused Man And Shoot Him In The Head

(If it is politically expedient.) Clearly shooting someone in the head is more humane than depriving them of sleep in Guantanamo.

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CO2 Shows Its Evil Prejudices

 One of the reasons that the climate effects Dr Lobell and his colleagues have dug out of the data are not worse is that, although the planet as a whole has warmed up during the past 30 years, growing seasons … Continue reading

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Obama’s Pastor : 9/16/2001

Five days after the WTC came down, Obama’s pastor and long time spiritual mentor gloated and preached that 9/11 was our fault. Obama continued to attend that church for seven more years until he realized that it was going to … Continue reading

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Hansen Gives His Stamp Of Approval To The First Law Of Thermodynamics

Why did planetary energy imbalance decline during the past decade? The observed rate of ocean heat uptake since 2003 is less than in the preceding 10 years. Indeed, early reports suggested ocean cooling after 2003 (Lyman et al., 2006).  That … Continue reading

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Obama: “Nobel Peace Prize is ‘call to action'”

October 09, 2009 The committee said it honored Obama for his “extraordinary efforts to strengthen international diplomacy and cooperation between peoples.” Obama said he viewed the decision less as a recognition of his own accomplishments and more as “a call … Continue reading

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Climate Refugees Found

Tens or hundreds of thousands of climate refugees go to the warm climate of Arizona every winter to escape the cold climate of the midwest. They normally drive their Winnebago with their SUV in tow at 2 MPG. The CO2 … Continue reading

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Stupidest Global Warming Attribution Yet

Crop yields fall as temperatures rise “Yields went up, but they didn’t go up as much as they might have,” says Wolfram Schlenker of Columbia University in New York City. http://www.newscientist.com/article/dn20449-crop-yields-fall-as-temperatures-rise.html Right – and temperatures went down, but they didn’t … Continue reading

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