It wasn’t just my imagination. Behold, from Steven Goddard’s Real Science post.
Huh. To show how significant this catastrophe is, all one has to do is “AlGorify” the data. (Not to be confused with “algorithm”, which could lend some statistical validity to the process.)
So, there’s where next year’s spring temperatures will be come the end of April. Just a little above freezing. 2015? Frozen solid. Anthropomorphic? I dunno. And I am also confused by what to do about it. When the coldest spring of 1975 happened, we were told that we needed to stifle industry and redistribute wealth to the Third World (and Environmentalists’ pockets) to keep the world from freezing. THEN we were told that we needed to stifle industry and redistribute wealth to the Third World (and the pockets of those same Environmentalists) to keep the world from roasting to oblivion.
I can’t for the life of me understand why 0.00000000035% of the data is not conclusive. Even though it was unevenly collected with a wide variety of instruments and methods. But hey, it is “settled science”, innit? Like predicting Presidential election results by counting four tenths of a vote.
A friend of mine mentioned uber-cheesy 80s flick The Wraith the other day, so I watched it, and reveled in just how bad it was. So bad, I thoroughly enjoyed it. And I’d forgotten just how cute Sherilyn Fenn was in it.
I first developed a crush on Christa Miller back when she was on the Drew Carey Show. Cute and funny, what’s not to love?
We’re not quite the Civil War buff that Craig is, but we do find it, and museums about it, interesting. Especially when they have a cute redhead intern to display the artifacts.
The Gettysburg Museum of History is a private museum, which you may have seen featured on American Pickers. If you “like” them on Facebook, you can peruse hundreds of pictures of some really interesting artifacts, both Civil War and from other periods. And most of them feature Vanessa.
This will also serve as a firearms recognition quiz.