Life In The Real World

I took a long bike ride through the permanent drought of Colorado this afternoon. You can see the devastating effects below.

It was a great day today, football in the morning and cycling in the afternoon. The weather was great, the world is perfect. I wonder why people like Joe Romm prefer to live in a psychotic world of imaginary darkness?

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8 Responses to Life In The Real World

  1. Sundance says:

    His life is guided by fear and weakness yours by strength and thoughtfulness. The Yin and Yang of the Multiverse. You’ll never understand him and that is a blessing. 🙂

  2. Heaven’s Gate:

    This next entry is a real life story of horror meets UFO sci-fi, for the 1970s Heaven’s Gate cult based their belief system on a combination of Christian ideas of the apocalypse and elements of science fiction. If their ideas were to be believed, planet Earth was due to be wiped clean by supernatural forces, and the only path to salvation was to escape to the “Next Level”. According to founder Marshall Applewhite, this escape could be achieved through an ascetic existence, which meant detachment from family, friends, jobs, possessions and other trappings of modern existence. In 1997, however, Applewhite announced a fast-track route to the Next Level: boarding a spacecraft that was trailing the comet Hale-Bopp. On March 26th, when the comet was at its brightest, Applewhite and 38 of his followers committed suicide in order to abandon their terrestrial forms and gain access to the UFO.

    Just replace a few words in the above, i.e., UFO = climate change.

  3. omanuel says:

    To distract voters from the real issues facing us – social and economic collapse and loss of Constitutional rights, demanded in the 1776 <Declaration of Independence and guaranteed by the First Ten Amendments to the Constitution in 1791,

    Obama and Romney chose opposing sides on the emotionally charged issue of gay marriage so voters will have the illusion of control in voting on this distraction:

    With kind regards,
    Oliver K. Manuel

  4. tckev says:

    If the earth was heading for another little ice-age what would the rich and powerful do to protect themselves?
    I doubt that the wage-slaves would get a look-in.

  5. Billy in NZ says:

    Hi Sundance.I have often wondered why these people like living in a world of doom and gloom.Here
    in NZ,I would welcome a few degrees of warming,but the weather suits me fine.Why are us skeptics so much happier than the warmists?Ooh yeah,that’s right,we collect our checks of big oil.
    They are only funded by millions off our tax money.

  6. Billy in NZ says:

    BTW Sundance,that was so well put.

  7. Jaw dropped this evening – Australia’s “climate commission” released another report pronouncing imminent catastrophe, the end of the world is nigh, etc. I’m familiar with the topics they discussed and the claims are speculative and disingenuous. Nothing new there… But the interesting part was that the news program pronounced that the “climate sceptics” were not impressed. They actually got Bob Carter on the TV for a few seconds, and he did a nice sound bite declaring that the climate commission report was a “travesty against science”. Nice way to wrap up the news story and seems to be demonstrating a shift in media position.

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