Daily Archives: September 22, 2013

Barry’s Summer Diary

Got caught listening in to other people’s phone calls Got caught using the IRS as a weapon Tried to start a race riot Hijacked a plane carrying the president of another country (LOL) Got my ass kicked by Snowden Got … Continue reading

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The Times They Are A Changing

Summer cyclone chewing up Canada’s Arctic sea ice July 25, 2013 Back when the sea was thick and lasted for years, cyclones tended to spread the ice out and actually increase its extent, said Julienne Stroeve of the National Snow … Continue reading

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Climate Glossary

Shrinking Arctic Ice – rapidly expanding Arctic ice Accelerated warming – cooling We predicted this all along – we knew it was BS, but we have families to feed Honest debate – just STFU already Worse than we predicted – our scam is in trouble … Continue reading

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Warning : Avert Your Eyes

This imagery of evil is too awful to put on the front page. Continue reading if you dare

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Before Global Weirding Arrived In Texas

Toledo Blade – Google News Archive Search

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Snow In Southwestern Colorado

Radar | Weather Network | Denver | Colorado’s Online Weather Leader | 9NEWS.com

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Terrifying Imagery Of The Super Typhoon

. Looks like a typical day at the beach in Northern California

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Guardian Back Up To Their Tricks

I posted this comment on the Guardian web site Mankind has a long history of people who were absolutely convinced that survival depends on everyone else adopting their belief system. Now it looks like this : Apparently their community standards … Continue reading

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My Memories Of The 1965-66 Floods

The 1965 flood was the most extensive flood in Colorado’s history, but I wasn’t living in Colorado at the time. I was in Los Alamos, New Mexico and the road washed out between Los Alamos and Santa Fe after weeks … Continue reading

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Latest From The New Mexico Permanent Drought

Just over a month ago, the LA Times told us that New Mexico’s ecosytems would never recover from the drought. Aug. 6, 2013 nowhere is it worse than in New Mexico. In this parched state, the question is no longer … Continue reading

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