Saturday, July 06, 2013


Fish Gotta Swim, Birds Gotta Fly, and Peter Gleick Gotta Lie | Somewhat Reasonable
You get the idea? What idea? That typical summer temperatures in Kuwait — and Phoenix and Las Vegas and, say, Riverside, California — can actually melt traffic lights? Yeah, we get the idea, Gleick. You continued to defend the bogus image even after your deception was revealed. That’s called continuing to lie.

But any hot port in a storm, eh? Weather isn’t climate … unless some run-of-the-mill heat wave can be combined with a vehicle fire to convince the gullible that Chicken Little is right — the fish, the birds, and that man of mine are all gonna melt.
Twitter / RogerPielkeJr: For some reason Pual Krugman ...
For some reason Paul Krugman feels compelled to brag about how rich he is and why it is justified by economic theory
What Would Happen If Germany Suffered A Largescale Power Outage? Greens Place National Security In Jeopardy
As the sporadic, unpredictable supply of solar and wind energies increasingly become a part of Germany’s power mix, the country’s electrical grid is becoming more and more unstable and thus vulnerable to a massive power outage.

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