Daily Archives: May 17, 2015

Every Day At Six

My two complaints about Columbia, MD were that they didn’t have a Whole Foods, and that I couldn’t find any pickup soccer. They opened a Whole Foods last August, and I finally found a pickup soccer game this afternoon with a … Continue reading

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Desperate Imagery From The Southwest Permanent Drought

Avert your eyes if you are sensitive. New Mexico and Texas are beyond repair. I was skiing behind Taos Ski Valley on the day Mt. St Helens erupted – which was 35 years ago tomorrow.

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A Climate Mitigation Success Story

For $100, I was able to fully recover from yesterday’s fossil fuel powered thunderstorm! This seems like a better option than spending trillions of dollars, giving up our freedom, money and energy security, and not changing the weather one iota.

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How Much Does Climate Change Cost?

Yesterday’s fossil fuel powered thunderstorm cost me $70 for a new derailleur, bracket and and chain. But it is worse than it seems. Looks like my front derailleur is also broken, so back to the store. (At least I can ride … Continue reading

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CNN Goes Full Propaganda On CO2

Check out the top three stories on CNN’s web site A team led by Ala Khazendar of NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, found evidence of the ice shelf flowing faster and becoming more fragmented. The flow is creating … Continue reading

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Dumb And Dumberer In Texas

“Climate is changing faster than it has in the history of Western civilization,” (Hayhoe) said. Less than four weeks ago, Katherine Hayhoe announced climate doom for Texas. APRIL 22, 2015 environmental activists and reporters began to ask whether “drought”—a temporary weather … Continue reading

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I’m A Victim Of Climate Change

We had a fossil fuel powered thunderstorm here today. This caused lots of branches to fall on the bike path. While riding my bike to the gym, a branch got caught in the chain and sheared off my derailleur. I … Continue reading

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