The Goddard Effect

I’m flying to Colorado this weekend. Look what is following me

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25 Responses to The Goddard Effect

  1. nigelf says:

    Give them a break, stay where you are. Are you and Al travelling together by any chance?
    Just wonderin’…

  2. Laz M says:

    Sunny on Tuesday … clearly because of the Global Warming!

  3. gator69 says:

    I hear Paris is nice from November 30th to December 11th. You should go. 😉

  4. omanuel says:

    Thanks, Steven, for all your efforts to expose seventy years (1945-2015) of government-financed science, distorted to hide the energy that destroyed Hiroshima –NEUTRON REPULSION.

    Be careful ! The careers, research funds and reputations of many top-ranked scientists would be far more secure if you disappeared.

    The greatest secret in the universe –NEUTRON REPULSION in the core of the Sun:

    1. Made our chemical elements
    2. Birthed the solar system five billion years (5 Ga) ago
    3. Sustained the origin and evolution of life on Earth after 3.5 Ga ago
    4. Still sustains every atom, life and world in the solar system, including
    5. The every changing climate of each planet embedded in the solar system today . . .

    a space now greater than the combined volumes of 10,000,000,000,000,000,000 Earths!

    Click to access Solar_Energy_For_Review.pdf

    Politicians cannot adopt policies to best serve the welfare of the public based on false information promoted by the US National Academy of Sciences and federal research agencies they control.

  5. When are you leaving? First the gnomes, now this. We need a break.

    Gnome liberation movement strikes Boulder
    Gnomes in gardens everywhere in danger
    By Sarah Kuta
    Staff Writer
    02/16/2015 07:01:45 PM MST

    A gnome-napper is on the loose in Boulder.

    Longtime Boulder resident David Smith got a sinister email last week that said his trusty garden gnome had been given “freedom” by a group calling itself the Gnome Liberation Front.

  6. SteveS says:

    I have seen this before…only logical conclusion from that forecast is that you and Al Gore are on the same flight.

  7. Streetcred says:

    LOL, I used to fly from Brisbane, Australia, to Auckland, New Zealand, once a fortnight for business … every time we touched down in Auckland the sun came out and soon after our departure a couple of days later it would rain. This went on for about a year !

  8. ren says:

    Current tmperatura the east US. You can see the coming snowstorm.

    • rah says:

      Coming down pretty good right now here near Anderson, IN. Not much wind. Just a pleasant steady snow. The kind I like to see on Christmas eve. Took the dog out and decided on a 3:00 AM walk with her. Very pleasant. Not too cold with the sound dampening snow coming down and the pup leaving her trails here and there as she went from one sniffing spot to the next. Very peaceful.

  9. rah says:

    … Low maximum temperature record broken at Indianapolis in…

    The high temperature yesterday… February 19 2015… of 9 degrees
    broke the record for the lowest maximum temperature ever recorded on
    this date in Indianapolis. The previous record was 12 degrees which
    was set in 1885.

  10. emsnews says:

    It has gone below zero nearly every night this month here on my NY mountain and often is barely above zero during the day. Absolutely the coldest February I have seen in the last 60 years.

  11. rah says:

    How would you like to be in the Army in the field at Ft. Drum right now? Ft. Drum is the coldest damned Army Post in the lower 48 that I was ever at. And don’t go researching average temps at Army posts in the lower 48. What I’m talking about is how cold it “feels” to a person. And this is one of those things that I really don’t care what the science says. There is a significant difference in how cold places feel even factoring out windchill and those that have traveled around to different places and lived outside in those places in the dead of the winter will generally know it.

    • Gail Combs says:

      ‘Moist cold’ is always a lot colder than ‘Dry cold’ to anyone who has been out in various different places in the winter.

      Give me a DRY minus 30 °F below over a moist 0 °F any day of the week!

  12. omanuel says:

    How long will Tony aka Steven be away from posting?

    He certainly deserves a break, but we don’t want to give one to Big Brother .

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