How about that?
So the data has been systematically modified to the point that nothing meaningful can any longer be derived from it. Imagine my surprise. You'd thing there was big money involved here. Not to mention big power, in the form of license to micromanage the smallest aspects of everybody's lives.
Authors veteran meteorologists Joe D’Aleo and Anthony Watts analyzed temperature records from all around the world for a major SPPI paper, Surface Temperature Records – Policy-driven Deception? The startling conclusion that we cannot tell whether there was any significant “global warming” at all in the 20th century is based on numerous astonishing examples of manipulation and exaggeration of the true level and rate of “global warming”.
That is to say, leading meteorological institutions in the USA and around the world have so systematically tampered with instrumental temperature data that it cannot be safely said that there has been any significant net “global warming” in the 20th century.
In principle, the Puffin can cruise at 240 kilometers per hour and dash at more than 480 kph. It has no flight ceiling—it is not air-breathing like gas engines are, and thus is not limited by thin air—so it could go up to about 9,150 meters before its energy runs low enough to drive it to descend. With current state-of-the-art batteries, it has a range of just 80 kilometers if cruising,So it can fly high enough to kill the pilot from anoxia, and come down close enough to his launch point that the airport of origin could probably provide the ambulance. Note also that the range is somewhat less that you could expect to get from an EZ-GO golf cart, although your arrival would certainly be far more spectacular.
So far, 25 states have run out of money  and been forced to borrow from the federal government, raise taxes or cut benefits And we project that the trust funds in nine more – Arizona, Colorado, Hawaii, Kansas, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Tennessee and Vermont – will go into the red in the next six months.Fear not, Gov Ritter is a close personal friend of the management, and can probably get us a loan. He could pay it back by taxing those of us lucky enough to have jobs, which we drive to by converting the major freeways here into toll roads, or he could simply raise the registration fees..... oh wait.
“It instructs store owners to look out for certain customer characteristics, like insisting on paying with cash only, or purchasing large quantities of ammunition or other gun accessories. Store owners are also supposed to look for people with missing hand or fingers, chemical burns, or stains on their clothing.”So look folks, let's say you've been working hard in the workshop all day, and the ammonium nitrate has spilled all over your pants, you're tracking diesel all over, and your shirt is scorched from those pesky oopsies that happen from time to time. If you decide to take some time off to go to the range, be sure to change your clothes before stopping by the gun shop to pick up a brick of .22, lest you appear suspicious.
Speaking of owing us and getting are money back, how’s it going getting it back form GM? Any chance you recovered money you loaned General Motors?Maybe he's planning a special excise tax on Ford, Honda, and Toyota to cover this.
Democrats are reportedly busy devising a strategy as a firewall against a citizen revolt at the polls. Rather than emphasize their party's accomplishments, they will attack Republicans for wanting to restore the discredited Bush era. "The Republican party in Washington today is no different than the Republican party that ran the Congress before," Rep. Chris Van Hollen, head of the Democratic House campaign committee, told the liberal Talking Points Memo.Keeping in mind that the last time the Republicans controlled the Congress was 2006, I will suggest that the Republican strategy would be to ask the public if they're better off now than they were 4 years ago.