A Real Court Filing!!!!!! And Personal Suyts BS ….


You can read it here.

I actually have more heavier posts in mind, but, I just don’t have the energy. 


You see, right after I made my last post, my kitten actually killed my PC.  My PC sits on the floor next to my legs under my desk.  My cat likes to sit atop the PC and bother me for attention.  As per norm, I was a bit chilled, so I covered my legs with what I can an “old man’s blanket”.  My cat was patting at me and got his claws stuck in the fabric of my blanket. …… Have you ever seen a cat react to such an occasion?  Well, he knocked over my PC …. and killed my hard drive.  Now, I know a great many tricks to bring a hard drive back to life.  Unfortunately, none of them worked.  I took it to work so the IT people could have a look at it (I no longer work in the IT field).  They have a number of tools available.  They didn’t work, either.  Frustration and time consumption was what occupied me for most of last week.  At the time, I thought that was my biggest immediate challenge. 

I was soon introduced to a much greater concern and challenge.  I would have had my PC up and running by now, but, there was a medical emergency in my immediate family.  I spent Sat, Sun, and Monday in the ER and ICU.  I brought her home yesterday, went to work today.  I’m tired.

And, yes, everything is fine, now.  There is a quote …..

Fear comes from uncertainty. When we are absolutely certain, whether of our worth or worthlessness, we are almost impervious to fear. — William Congreve

I spent a few days in uncertainty, and, thus, fear.  It’s exhausting.  What I’ve learned is that you just need to give it to God.  I pray I don’t have to relearn such a lesson again.  

Back to brighter notes ……

This post is being generated by a PC I call “old faithful”.  I actually had to do a couple of tricks to bring her back to PC life!  I used this PC when I first started blogging.  Heck, I was using it well before I started blogging!  I had to bring her back momentarily last year, and momentarily the year before.  I don’t remember all the fun things I did to this PC, but, I did upgrade the processor and tripled the RAM.  I also did some great hard drive stuff!  It’s a dual boot (used to have a Unix) with 3 drives and 5 virtual drives.  As I recall, she started as a simple Win XP sp1.  I used to have her overclocked, but, she just got too hot.  I’m using the XP side right now because there’s not much on the other boot.  I password protected my Unix and forgot the password …… so, there’s Win 7, but, it’s fresh and not much else on it.  The thing is, I can’t seem to kill it!  Every time I think it’s dead, I play with it for a bit, and it comes back!  I’m thinking about RAIDing her to see how that might improve the performance.  But, for right now, I’m going to play a mindless game, Ages of Empires II.  I haven’t for years. 

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A Gem Post!!!!! Jonah, Muhammed, And, Jesus

No, the title isn’t an intro to a joke.  It’s a thought provoking post.  I haven’t posted on a Christian thought for a very long time.  Too, long, indeed. 

The Prophet said, “One should not say that I am better than Jonah (i.e. Yunus) bin Matta.” So, he mentioned his father Matta (Volume 4, Book 55, Number 608:Sahih Bukhari)

That’s probably right …. but, then, there’s this …..

39 He answered, “A wicked and adulterous generation asks for a sign! But none will be given it except the sign of the prophet Jonah. 40 For as Jonah was three days and three nights in the belly of a huge fish, so the Son of Man will be three days and three nights in the heart of the earth. 41 The men of Nineveh will stand up at the judgment with this generation and condemn it; for they repented at the preaching of Jonah, and now something greater than Jonah is here.  Matthew 12:39-41(NIV)


John 14:6King James Version (KJV)

6 Jesus saith unto him, I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me.

That is right!

Jonah, Muhammad, and Jesus are all regarded as prophets by the Muslim religion.  Indeed, they are regarded as speakers of TRUTH. 

Well, in the above quotes, I have to agree. 

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Back By Popular Demand!!! New And Improved!!! Plus Bonus Graph Of How Global Warming Looks On A Thermometer!!!!!





Note!!!!!!  If this post is coming off too snarky or condescending, or grumpy, I’m sorry, but, believe it or not, I had a very hard time getting people to understand what I did. 

Well, I’ve been meaning to do this for some time now.  Last night, I saw a similar graph, in which I was credited for showing them how(Thanks Lat!!!).  That was pretty really cool!  I don’t remember the fellow I helped.  But, there have been many who asked me about this. 

In response to the fellow’s graph, there were some familiar questions about it.  As readers would note, I’ve added a Celsius graph!  Yeh, I don’t know why the rest of the world has to be different, but, there, that’s for them!  As I recollect, that was the biggest question/complaint to the graph.  I’m happy to oblige, even though I was very late in doing so. 

As to the boring graph format, and whatnot, I’m sorry.  This was done with Open Office.  If anyone is taking a poll, I’m against it.  But, I’d have to kickstart my old PC with MS Office on it, and I’m busy right now. 

After re-reading my last post, I realize I was probably too inebriated to be properly blogging.  Fortunately, there’s no jail time for said infraction.  And, fortunately, I’m only on my 4th or 5th beer, so, I’m good for now!

As to the other questions ….. and people interested in this graph need to pay attention ….. I’ll try to answer them as best I can.  Some of the questions which I’ve tried to field in the past seemed …….. well,  ….. instructive as to some of the people engaged in the climate debates.

The Provenance:  Let’s start with the provenance of the data.  IT’S FROM GISS!!!!!!  NASA!!!!!!  HANSEN’S BOYS!!!!!  And, yes, they’re still Hansen’s.  It’s from his babbling bs that they get their data base.  The data is here, at this link. —– https://data.giss.nasa.gov/gistemp/tabledata_v3/GLB.Ts+dSST.txt  This isn’t data I pulled from my arse.  I didn’t mix or mingle anything.  I simply pulled the data from GISS.  It’s the same GISS data every one else uses from GISS, both warmists and skeptics.  Specifically, I only use one column from their table, the annual temps, January through December.  I’ll put a graphic up so there won’t be any confusion.


That column!!!  Right there with the red around it!!!!!  That’s what I use. 

The Methodology:  This leads me to another great question, what methodology did I use?  Honestly, I don’t know how to put this in any simpler terms.  I will do my best to detail this. 

The table above is in anomalies.  That is to say, the values stated are what NASA/GISS believes deviated from the norm.  The base period they used to establish their notion of a norm is 1951-1980, as stated at the link cited.  I didn’t pick this base period.  GISS did.  I’m using GISS’ numbers.  GISS believes the average global temp for said time period was 14 deg C, or 57.2 deg F.  They’ve stated this in many places and times.  Here’s one of them.  (Note their uncertainty). 

So, in order to get a real temperature, rather than an anomaly, we simply add the anomaly to the stated norm; GISS’ stated norm.  The values listed are in 1/100ths of a degree Celsius.  So, we have to divide the values by 100 to get them in proper degree format.  For the Celsius graph, then, we simply add that value to 14 to get a view of the actual temperature, rather than the anomaly.  For the Fahrenheit, it’s much more complicated.  You actually have to multiply the anomaly value by 1.8 to convert it to Fahrenheit.  I know!!!!!  It’s wild, wacky, and hard!!!!  But, really, that’s what sciency and math people do!  For those skeptical of a skeptic, simply scroll down to the bottom of the page at the link, and you’ll find those exact same instructions!

The next thing I do, I ask the graphing program of choice to graph the data.  I did the hard trick of verifying that the graphing program I used, each time, did indeed graph the data properly. 

Error Bars:  I don’t know how many times I was asked about error bars, or had people tell me it wasn’t a proper graph without error bars. 

Let me be as diplomatic as I can possibly be about these “error bars”.  ……….. There are no f’n @%#$&%*(J%($%$#$%&#$%$!@#^%$#&#$%!%#$%$~$#  error bars for simple math!!!!!!!

I’ll do my best not to repeat.  I am dividing real numbers.  I am adding real numbers.  I am multiplying real numbers.  There are no error bars to be had when dividing by 100.  There are no error bars to be had when adding real numbers.  There are no %$%&%$*$#%@^ error bars to be had when multiplying a real number by 1.8.  THIS ISN’T HARD TO UNDERSTAND!!!!!!  Quick!!!! Someone tell me what the error bars should be for 2+2?

If there were to be any error bars, we’d have to use GISS’.  Seeing that the average alarmist has no doubt these numbers are entirely correct, there’s no point in plotting any potential error, even though they themselves admit there could be a 2 degree F variance in the baseline value.  And, even though these numbers change constantly.  Yes, their evaluation of our historic data constantly changes, always, always to show more warming in recent years.

The Point:  Yes, I know these graphs do not pick up the minutia of variances of some peoples’ perception of what the global average temperatures are.  That’s the point.  I thought it well to put out a graph of data into something the average person can relate to.  The hyperbole given to the climate issue is a huge ado about minutia.  These graphs demonstrate the supposed global warming of over the last 135 years as normal people can relate to it.

Disclaimer:  I, in no way, manner, shape or form, endorse the values GISS has stated.   I don’t believe them to be any more real than the tooth fairy or unicorns.  They weren’t real to start with (by their own admission) and they’re not real today.  The notion of a global average temperature, even in the abstract, is very suspect.  In actual application, it simply isn’t possible to have one, not today, certainly not yesterday, and we won’t tomorrow. 

People must understand what a “temperature” is.  It simply describes a movement of heat, or better, energy.  A temperature doesn’t describe the movement, though.  Energy moves omni-directional.  An increase in temperature in a given place, or even a given plane, may describe a loss in energy for the whole, rather than an increase.  It may not even describe an energy change at all, for the whole, but, rather a movement of energy from one place to another, or from one plane to another. 

The fact is, these people have less coverage, globally, than is not covered and isn’t a concern for most of the lunatics.  It’s simply a metric they manipulate and use to scare people.  The supposed temperature of the globe isn’t real, it is impossible to determine.  The hyperbole and concern isn’t real.  It is simply misanthropy and self-loathing.  These graphs were made to help demonstrate these thoughts.



PS  My thanks to Ron Van Wegen for helping correct a spelling/near homophone error in the post!

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Climate Change Quote Quiz!!!!!


The question …..

Who said this? …….”As to climate change, I think the President was fairly straightforward saying we’re not spending money on that anymore. We consider that to be a waste of your money to go out and do that. So that is a specific tie to his campaign.

Give up?  Okay, I’ll let you know …… Office of Management and Budget director Mick Mulvaney.

Did something just go boom?


You can watch the whole OMB press conference here!!!  The Climate Change Q&A is at the end of the video.  The entire video is well worth the watch!!!  Indeed, it is fantastic!!!!!  I’m not familiar with this guy(I don’t know if his name is Mulcaney or Mulvaney), but, he’s bomb!


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Someone Reading Suyts’ Archives? ICYMI —– REE!!!!!!


So, many moons ago, I had written a few blog posts about REE, our irrational dependence upon it, and that we could mine our own. 

Readers here will already know the importance of REE (rare earth elements), and the economic, strategic significance of such.

Unlike other stuff we have under our ground, such as oil, gas, coal, etc ….. our REE reserves are not the most in the world.  However, we have enough to supply ourselves and more.  Why we ever allowed China to have a global monopoly on the stuff is beyond comprehension. 

Well, now that we finally have a pro-American administration …….. (my bold)

Rare change of heart: Let’s mine our own crucial metals

After years of passively relying on China to supply our military with crucial materials for the production of high-tech weapons systems, the United States is taking some important steps toward restoring its ability to harvest its own so-called rare earths.

Rep. Duncan Hunter, R-Calif., introduced a bill this week that would allocate 1 percent of the Pentagon’s Major Defense Acquisition Programs overhead budget and transfer that money to a Strategic Metals Investment Fund. The proceeds, as much as $50 million a year, would be used to aid prospective producers of the critical metals that are needed to make the new F-35 fighter jet, rocket-guided missiles, catapults that loft planes off aircraft carriers, GPS systems and other crucial weapons systems.

Bellwether previously examined our dangerous reliance on China, which currently mines and manufactures more than 90 percent of the world’s supply of rare earth. The U.S. used to have its own, secure production chain for these important products, but found it was cheaper to import them. The last major American rare earths mine and production facility declared bankruptcy in 2015.

“My bill has now got the best chance it has ever had,” Hunter told me. “I’ve got White House support. They read your articles and got in touch with me.”

Hunter credits President Trump’s team with bringing a new attitude to the importance of mining critical materials at home, instead of relying on an unreliable supplier like China. In 2010, for instance, China temporarily cut off exports of rare earths in a trade dispute, shocking commodities markets worldwide and driving prices sky-high.

Experts in the field say there has been a sea change in attitude since Trump’s election. “There’s a sense that this administration recognizes the significance of the critical metals gap that we’ve allowed to develop,” says Dan McGroarty, who maintains a Washington-based critical metals industry consultancy.

At an industry conference in Toronto this week, bankers and venture capitalists, heartened by the administration’s promises, were kicking the tires on potential startup deals, says one attendee, longtime critical metals analyst Jack Lifton. “Last year was a desert. This year, there are oases of optimism. People hope this White House is going to follow through on reducing regulations. That’s good for the industry.”

Those same dealmakers were lying low during the Obama administration, convinced that the U.S. government was hopelessly mired in reliance on China as a supplier and anticipating more of the same if Hillary Clinton moved into the White House.

With President Trump vowing to strengthen the U.S. military, and to negotiate tougher with China, entrepreneurs hope domestic production of important elements needs for weapons systems will soon be revived. It might be one of those rare times when government and common sense appear in the same sentence.

If we can follow through and follow up, this will be a huge win for America, both, economically and strategically. 

Now, it is issues such as these in which I break with the people of the notion complete free-trade is ideal.  In a total free-trade scenario, China could easily stop the US from ever mining our own REE.  All they’d have to do is flood the market and it prevents the free market from developing our own source.  Yet, it is in our nation’s interest that we do so. 

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Good Heavens!!!! Now We’re Dumbing Down Teachers!!!!


Look, I don’t care what color, race, or creed the teacher is.  It is not at all unreasonable to expect teachers to be as literate as what we expect from our high school students.  Indeed, it should be requisite. 

NY dropping teacher literacy test amid claims of racism

At a time when the United States has plummeted in the global rankings of education standards, one of the country’s largest states is poised to scrap a test designed to measure the reading and writing skills of people trying to become teachers.

Citing the fact that an outsized percentage of black and Hispanic candidates were failing the test, members of the New York state Board of Regents plans to adopt a task force’s recommendation to eliminate the literacy exam, known as the Academic Literacy Skills Test, given to prospective teachers. ……

… The tests, however, came under intense scrutiny for their alleged racial bias, after just 46 percent of Hispanic test-takers and 41 percent of black test-takers passed it on the first try, compared with 64 percent of white candidates.

Plus, critics said, the test’s $131 price tag is too steep.

Despite a ruling by a federal judge in 2015 that the test was not discriminatory, faculty members at education schools say a test that screens out so many minorities is problematic.

“Having a white workforce really doesn’t match our student body anymore,” Soodak said.

Kate Walsh, the president of the National Council on Teacher Quality, said that the reason that blacks and Latinos don’t score as well as whites on the literacy test is because of various factors like poverty and the legacy of racism. Walsh said that is the symptom on other standardized tests as well.

“There’s not a test in the country that doesn’t have disproportionate performance on the part of blacks and Latinos,” Walsh said.

Oh, FFS!!!!  The demographic makeup of the teachers workforce isn’t nearly as important as the actually literacy of the teacher workforce.  It’s not relevant.  What is relevant is the teacher’s ability to teach beyond what is expected of our students.

As to the reason why Blacks and Latinos aren’t scoring as well doesn’t have a damned thing to do with poverty and legacy of racism.  WTF?  Because someone’s grandma suffered under racism means the grandchild can’t score well on a test?  I’d venture to bet that it has a lot more to do with affirmative action than anything else.  Affirmative action requires lowering standards, thus, the people who got in (college for teaching) because of the lowered standards are probably the ones failing the tests.  If they lowered the standards to let white people in, they would most likely be failing the tests. 

Later on in the article it becomes critical of the test, itself.  It may or may not be true that the test was poorly designed.  And, also, not relevant to the larger question.  If it was designed poorly, then, design it better. 

Others in the article stated that the test was redundant.  Clearly, the other tests were not stringent enough. 

When the demographic makeup of the teaching workforce becomes more important than the individual teacher’s ability and knowledge base, then, we’re working against the student.  It’s just that simple. 

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Leftarded Hate, Intolerance, and Violence On Full Display!!!!!

Well, it’s been a while since I’ve written anything.  Watching the left act and react to their own idiocy is like a never ending story.  There’s always a promise of more to come, so, it’s difficult to write anything, knowing there will be more idiocy tomorrow.

That said, the recent demonstrations of the left, with their vitriol and hate needs to be noted.  It’s just one after another.  Here are a couple of videos from a Louisiana Senator’s townhall meeting.  The first is the booing and jeering while a chaplain is trying to say a prayer to open the meeting.

Are you kidding me?  Even if you’re not religious of any sort, wtf is wrong with you that you can’t be quiet for a moment and let the ones of faith continue and finish with their prayer?  This demonstrates what godless people they are.  Note the roar when the name of Jesus was invoked to end the prayer.  

Of course, we knew they were godless Christian haters when we saw them attack the First lady when she led off a rally with the Lord’s Prayer

The second vid is of the same townhall, where a veteran led the people in the Pledge of Allegiance.  

Well, it kinda goes together.  Not only are the Godless Christian haters, they also loath our flag, the symbol of our nation.

But, it doesn’t stop there.


The man in this picture was present at Trump’s SOTU speech.  The child in the picture was murdered by an illegal immigrant.  When Trump …. well, I’ll let Townhall say it, my bold …..

Shaw was seated in the balcony when Trump reminded Democrats of the horrors of illegal immigration. During that portion of the speech, Democrats booed and remained seated.

Yep, congressmen and women actually booed, with the dad right there, as Trump told the story of his horrid plight. 

What sort of horrid monster must you be to do such a thing?  And, yet, our leftards elected these monstrous people to represent them, how apt. 

We’ve also seen the projection of the left’s anti-Semitism up front.  Their violence and hatred knows no bounds. 

As we told you earlier, the FBI confirmed an arrest has been made in the investigation of bomb threats to Jewish Community Centers around the country. The arrested suspect is a disgraced reporter who had worked for The Intercept and later Media Blackout USA.

After a suspect was identified, The Intercept had a headline that needed some repairs due to preconceived notions. ……

Recently, there were several pro-USA, pro-Trump rallies.  Here’s a headline the leftards should be proud of  ……..

‘They called my flag a Fascist flag!’: More scenes from Berkeley Trump protest


Here’s some more words about the same rally

Most rallies went forward without disruption, apart from in Berkeley, California, where left-wing anarchists became violent after holding a counter-demonstration.

Ten people were arrested in scenes reminiscent of protests at UC Berkeley against former Breitbart editor Milo Yiannopoulos’s talk, while an elderly man could be seen lying in agony after being pepper-sprayed by the anarchists.

They pepper-sprayed an old man.  At a separate rally in Minnesota, ……

Violence also ensued at a rally in Minnesota, where 400 Trump supporters rallied around the state capitol rotunda in St. Paul, before being accosted by an anti-Trump counter-demonstration. According to the Minnesota Star Tribune, the conflict led to scuffles, and six counter-protesters were arrested.

These are contemptible people.  They are the scum of the earth.  They attack our elderly, they despise free-speech, they show nothing but contempt for their own country and fellow countrymen, and they’ve demonstrated their hatred towards God Almighty.  They’ve also demonstrated their racist nature and their tendency towards violence. 

People, these are our enemies.  

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Holy Crap!!!! MSN Gets It Right?!?!?!?!?!


Well, okay, they copied from “The Hill”, but, still, this is quite remarkable.

So, today the leftards of the world freaked out about the pic above.  You see, Kellyanne has her shoes on, on the couch. 

To which, yeh, it’s bad form.  But, I can see why she was caught up in the moment and wished to take a picture of this historic meeting between president Trump and the representatives of our “historic Black colleges”.  I’m sure she won’t do it again.

But, leftards being the total hypocrites that they are ………. gee, I don’t seem to recall the left being outraged the total (and repetitive) disrespect for the people’s property just a few years ago.


Oddly, this story on MSN gets it pretty much right ……

Twitter debate sparks over photo of Conway sitting on Oval Office couch

Indeed, the story is where I got the pics.  

The final comment of the story ……

Yes, that’s so much more important to note than the important guests whom she was photographing. #WhyWEWon https://twitter.com/passantino/status/836402961030881280 …

Sadly, I see unemployment in the near future for whoever made the decision to run with this on MSN. 

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It seems like eons ago since the last time I posted anything regarding our climate.  And, what I’m about to post isn’t going to be news to many of the readers here.  Still, as I’m now cross-posting to my Facebook page, sort of, I may reach more readers and cause more people to know the absolute charade “climate science” has become. 

Today, Breitbart has this ….. my bold …..

H. Sterling Burnett: Climategate Redux! NOAA Scientists Fudge, Lose Data

To paraphrase the immortal words of Britney Spears, “Oops, climate scientists did it again!”

The award-winning scientist responsible for creating, collecting, and maintaining the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) data archive, John Bates, recently disclosed leading NOAA’s climate scientists violated the agency’s rules, rushing to publication data which had yet to be tested and confirmed in order to influence the outcome of the Paris climate negotiations in 2015.

In a second breach of agency protocol, the scientists involved, led by Tom Karl, failed to properly archive and store their datasets for testing and public disclosure.

Subsequently, some of the original datasets were lost when the computer used to process the data suffered a complete failure.

Karl, et al.’s 2015 “pause busting” research purported to show, contrary to every temperature dataset in existence at the time, Earth had not experienced an 18-year pause in rising temperatures, claiming instead everyone else’s data had been wrong and temperatures had continued to rise at an alarming rate right along with carbon-dioxide levels. As Bates put it, Karl’s team put their “thumb on the scale” to produce the results they wanted.

Much of the climate science community became suspicious of Karl’s claims over the months after the study was released, when it was discovered in the words of David Rose in the Daily Mail, “[Karl, et al.] took reliable readings from buoys but then ‘adjusted’ them upwards – using readings from seawater intakes on ships that act as weather stations … even though readings from the ships have long been known to be too hot.” As a result, the ocean temperature dataset used by Karl exaggerated the warming.

When you take good data and mix it with bad data and then average it, you no more produce reliable results than adding muddy river water to purified bottle water produces safe drinking water.

Karl’s actions show climate scientists wedded to the theory humans are causing catastrophic climate change learned nothing from the Climategate scandal of 2009. In Climategate, hacked e-mail exchanges between prominent climate scientists advising world leaders on climate policy exposed the scientists behaving badly.

The scientists involved used a “trick” to remove inconvenient data from their datasets to “hide the decline,” in a critical set of proxy temperatures. In addition, the e-mails showed they collaborated to persecute and have fired an editor of a prominent climate science journal who allowed articles questioning the extent of humanity’s role in global warming to be published.

The e-mails also showed the scientists actively sought to avoid releasing their taxpayer-funded data to other researchers and government bodies with oversight responsibility for testing and confirmation.

In the aftermath of the Climategate scandal, in order to ensure scientific integrity and regain the public’s trust, scientific bodies called on scientists to allow access to their raw data, assumptions, methodologies, and software and to promptly and completely respond to all Freedom of Information Act and government requests for information.

Karl and his team not only violated NOAA’s own protocols, they also ignored all the suggestions made by the scientific community to improve transparency and accountability for research. When the U.S. House of Representatives’ House Committee on Science, Space, and Technology, the committee with oversight over federally funded research, requested and eventually subpoenaed NOAA’s documentation for its pause-busting claims, NOAA refused to turn over all the materials requested, citing concerns about confidentiality and the integrity of the scientific process. New investigations are being launched into NOAA’s research in light of Bates’ disclosures.

Read the rest at the link above.

Ahh, good times, good times!!!!  This is yet another example of why I’ve totally lost interest in the climate debate.  None of the data is real.  The people in charge of collecting, storing, and providing the data either eliminate the data which contradicts their world view, or they simply manipulate it to where it isn’t even close to reality. 

To date, none of the temperature gathering institutions can demonstrate any veracity towards their stated notions on a “global temperature”.  From NOAA, to GISS, to HADCrut, none of them can show any accuracy in determining a “global temp”.  Even the satellite people, UAH, and RSS can’t demonstrate any accuracy.  It’s all farcical. 

More importantly, none of them can show a proper historical context and relationship to today’s readings towards any notion of a global time in our history.  It simply cannot be done.  It wasn’t until the mid-2000s that we even got some actual temp readings from our oceans of any relevant coverage.  This earth’s surface is mostly water, and we are just now starting to get actual ocean surface temp readings with any sort of distribution and coverage.  WTF are we talking about “global warming” when there is no context to an actual global temperature of our past?  It’s all sophistry, based upon a hypothetical notion, taken as fact by a bunch of lunatics.  Anyone doubting this are free to peruse my archived posts.  At least in my mind, I’ve adequately demonstrated what I’ve just commented above.  When the historical context is simplified and boiled down to its base, this is the only conclusion a rational person can have. 

There are too many problems to have any degree of precision or even accuracy to overcome. 

Land temperatures …….. well, golly, we don’t have the same temp stations as we did say 70 years ago.  Sure, we have some which are the same, but, we have many which are not.  Even the thermometers are not the same, and they don’t measure temperature the same.  But, even if they did, it wouldn’t be right because the land area surrounding the thermometers are not the same.  Of course, all of this is known, but, the lunatics have convinced themselves and many other people that they can create a formula which makes allowances for such incongruences.  But, you can’t, because the incongruences are not the same.  It’s supreme idiocy and hubris to believe one can do so.  

What?  Because a tree ring looked one way and an actual thermometer looks differently today we can be sure we have “global warming”?  Are we f’n serious?!?!?!?!?!?!?!  Get real.  Oh, wait!!!!  I know!!!!!!  We have sediment!!!!  Which, of course, in no way presents any sort of global coverage, but, ….. hey!!!  We can average a couple of centuries and know the last 2 years were the hottest evuh!!!!!  What idiot believes that?

But, then, we still don’t have good thermometer coverage in 3 continents of the world, so, there’s that.  And, again, we have no good historical reference for most of our surface temps because, well, ……. oceans!!!!!!!  What sort of stupid thinks 10% of something means 100% of the same something is trending in the same manner of the 10%, especially with something as dynamic as temperature?

But, that brings me to the satellite temps.  They actually have the same problem, except more acutely, as one of the land temps.  That is to say, their measuring devices are not the same.  The way they interpret their measuring devices are not the same.  They continually revise their interpretations, meaning, what we’ve taken for fact from the satellites today, will be done away with tomorrow, yet, they’ve somehow managed to make people believe they can make apples to apples comparisons with the satellite readings we have today with the satellite readings we had 35 years ago.  Sure you can, buddy, sure.  Now, just slip into this nice white jacket with the funny sleeves and everything will be okay.  No, no, the belts make the outfit!!!!  Don’t worry about the belts!!!! 

It’s a farce.  It’s always been a farce.  Happily, I believe because of Trump’s election the farce will become more and more well known.  Indeed, this story about NOAA has reached a much larger audience than the Climate-gate emails ever did.  I believe very soon most people will come to regard the climate lunatics in the same way they now regard the “doomsday clock” “scientists”.     

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The Winds Of Change Are Still Blowing …… And, It’s Going To Be A Huge Tempest!!!!!


So, it’s been a while since I wrote anything.  That’s mostly because I’ve been watching, and thinking. 

With the resignation of Gen. Flynn, there’s volumes to write.  Is there a new enemy against the populist movement?

From what I can gather, Gen. Flynn violated no law.  What he did wrong was that his tight lips undermined his effectiveness and credibility.  He inadvertently made the US VP look bad.  Without credibility, he had to go.  The leaks of his conversations could have only come from what some people call the “deep state”, or, I’ll just call the “intelligence community”.  For this post, I’ll call it the IC.  But, is this a new enemy?  No, not really.  Even in the IC there are establishment people, leftards, and RINOs.  Further, I believe this attack on Flynn probably has less to do with Trump, and more to do with some people who Flynn pissed off in his own past. 

Now, sure, the media was giddy with this, but, they could do nothing without the leaks.  Personally, I don’t give a darn if he did discuss sanctions with Russia or not.  It ranks right up there with Conway endorsing Ivanka’s products on my give-a-damn meter.  One of the many reasons Trump was elected is because many of us wish for better relations with Russia. 

Now, we all knew the establishment people wouldn’t just roll over and play dead.  But, they’ll have to come around to the new realities the people are making.  Even the people in the IC. 

In the picture above, the two people in the center have already helped make new realities in their respective countries, and, indeed, helped make new realities in each other’s countries.  The two people on the extreme left and right will help make new realities in their respective countries; Marine Le Pen, and Geert Wilders.  France and the Netherlands!

It won’t be easy.  Indeed, it will be downright nasty.  Wilders’ Party for Freedom is expected to “win” his election.  That is to say, his party will get the most votes.  But, it won’t be by a large enough margin to actually run the nation.  But, winning this one is the first step.  It may be that other parties may form a government simply on the basis that they oppose Wilders.  But, if that does happen, it will be very short lived.  If Wilders and the Party for Freedom continue their path, they will inevitably be placed to form a government. 

Marine Le Pen, while leading the polls in a crowded field, is expected to lose in the runoff.  But, that’s for now.  I’m certain recent events in Paris will give her a great boost. And, she’s already on it!

Le Pen Blasts French Govt ‘Paralysis’ over Paris Riots

I think, Le Pen will surprise people much like the Brexit surprised and Trump surprised.  If that occurs, or, even if Wilders is able to form a government, then, the fall of the EU is eminent!  That would be great news for all Europeans!  (Except for the pigs suckling at the teats of the commoners.) 

But, why is this good news for Americans?  Why should I concern myself with the goings on of peoples separated from us by an ocean?  Because as the people pictured above feed from each other, so too, do our “establishment” would be rulers.  As it is today, all establishment politicians and bureaucrats, regardless of what nation they hail from, are globalists.  And, they feed off of each other, as well. 

Let me put it in a different way …….. what would the “global warming” idiocy be without an EU?  Significantly neutered.  What would this idiotic desire to have immigrants from an area constantly embroiled in war, conflict, terrorism and barbarism be without the EU?  Significantly diminished. 

Now, I’m not saying the EU caused this.  I am saying, though, the establishment (regardless of where they are from) globalists caused those messes, and many, many more.  And, yes, both the global warming idiocy and the unfettered immigration has caused innumerable crimes against humanity.

Even the notion and active pursuit of a global one-order world causes crimes against humanity.  A globalist must hate and oppose any nationalist nation.  This is why the left has sudden angst towards Russia.  When Russia was the USSR (communism is a form of globalism, both of which are totalitarian), they hated the nationalist USA.  Now, the globalist establishment of the US hate the nationalist Russia.  

I keep seeing it stated that Russia is our biggest adversary.  I wonder how?  They certainly don’t compete with the US economically.  As far as I can see, they’ve no intention nor desire to invade the US —- that was the communists, not the nationalist Russians.  Nor, do I believe they have any viable way of doing so in the near and far future.  ….. well, I could probably give them a roadmap to becoming an economic competitor to the US in a few decades, but, I wouldn’t do it and no one would listen, anyway.  We’ve no natural conflict/competiveness with the Russians as people.  There are many instances where historically there were natural conflicts/competiveness such as the Germans and the French, or the Indians and Chinese, Spartans and Athenians ……. and so on.  But, the US and Russia?  The only adversarial relationship there is ….. our establishment lunatics are globalists, Russia isn’t. 

The ouster of Flynn is the first shot fired in the struggle.  The power and commitment to the POTUS is in high question, and thus, so too, is the power and commitment to the US Constitution. 

People, the fight has just begun. 

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