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My favorite movie sequence of all time is this bit from The Fisher King. #saturdayff http://www.youtube.com/watch...
My favorite movie sequence of all time is this bit from The Fisher King. #saturdayff http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lASPrnWf6cA
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(The Fisher King, 1991, directed by Terry Gilliam, starring Robin Williams, Amanda Plummer and Jeff Bridges. http://www.imdb.com/title...) - Stephen Mack
I think I may have posted this before, come to think of it. - Stephen Mack
They had to film that at like 3 am. - Akiva
Shit. RIP, Robin. - Stephen Mack from iPhone
I wanted to love this again. - Julian
"I like New York in June..." - Kevin (aka ThreadKilla)
Arash
My favorite Idol contestant. You could always count on him doing something cool. - Todd Hoff
Andrew C (✔)
RT @rebleber: Really, you can stop saying global warming is on "hiatus." http://on.tnr.com/1vxx7xn https://twitter.com/reblebe...
RT @rebleber: Really, you can stop saying global warming is on "hiatus." http://on.tnr.com/1vxx7xn http://t.co/SAZM4GXiyt
Apparently the Acrtic didn't get the memo it's been colder than the 1958 to 2002 mean all summer. http://ocean.dmi.dk/arctic... - Eric Logan
Is there a reason to expect complex effects to be equally dispersed? - Todd Hoff
No in fact there is a really good argument that we don't know what the optimal level of CO2 is. The tropospheric warming is not happening as predicted and the Arctic was supposed to be the canary in the coal mine. Ice cover is also rebounding to a level not seen since 2005 in the warmest year ever ? - Eric Logan
So CO2 is no longer a green house gas? So adding more of it doesn't follow physical laws? - Todd Hoff
"He also noted that the rise in surface temperatures has slowed considerably since 2000. This doesn’t contradict the theory of global warming, he explained. Land temperature regularly varies, and much of the warming in the last decade is happening unseen in the ocean. " - Andrew C (✔)
"[The WashTimes story] was pretty much the opposite of what Loeb was trying to say. But it’s not an isolated incident. Conservatives love to cite the relative stability of global surface temperatures for the last 15 years as proof that climate change is a hoax. And they frequently twist the words of scientists to do it. " - Andrew C (✔)
It follows physical laws in a laboratory. On the earth where it is a necessary trace gas being consumed not so much. http://ptep-online.com/index_f... - Eric Logan
Roy Spencer posted this today. Earth’s Response to Increasing CO2: An Example of Hormesis? http://www.drroyspencer.com/2014... - Eric Logan
So how does C02 not behaving like CO2 work exactly? - Todd Hoff
Here's the particular bone Eric's gnawing on this time: http://chiefio.wordpress.com/2014... - Andrew C (✔)
A simple explanation will do. - Todd Hoff
That's one of many sites highlighting new findings concerning black body radiation and CO2 which underpins the green house gas THEORY. There is a distinct lack of observable evidence in fact the newest pristine U.S data set shows cooling since it was introduced nobody talks about that much. - Eric Logan from FFHound!
A theory that does have some observational data from two other planets though. The surface temperature of both Venus and Mars are much warmer than pure radiative forcing would predict, and both planets have signficant amounts of CO2 in their atmosphere. - Victor Ganata
And you, Eric, don't talk about ocean warming, so let's just say that you're easily as much of a cherrypicking weasel as anyone. - Andrew C (✔)
The data most definitely do not show cooling. The reason why some climatogists say "pause" is because the rate of rise since 1998 is much lower than predicted by models. The problem with picking 1998 as your starting point is that the rate of rise leading to 1998 is much higher than predicted by models. When you look at the entire data set, it's mostly a wash. - Victor Ganata
It definitely does show .4 of a degree of cooling in the U.S. Check it yourself. The data sets are the second link down. http://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/data-ac... - Eric Logan
I guess it is kind of cherry picking though to use the newest data set that was built specifically at pristine sites so they could stop adjusting data. Ocean heat content is another subject, but that Super El Niño that it was going to cause this year also didn't happen they where only ninety percent certain. I guess we dodged a bullet. - Eric Logan from FFHound!
Are you seriously implying that a lack of an El Niño therefore discredits all of ocean warming? - Andrew C (✔)
Todd I will let a Scientist that says it doesn't explain it. Dr. Pierre-Marie Robitaille: On the Validity of Kirchhoff's Law. https://www.youtube.com/watch... - Eric Logan
Andrew I don't have to discredit them they do it to themselves. Kevin Trenberth on Coming El Nino. https://www.youtube.com/watch... - Eric Logan
Over the time frame of the entire dataset, there is no cooling, though. You're cherrypicking your starting point. A short term trend doesn't negate the long term trend. - Victor Ganata
Greenhouse effect denialism is physics and chemistry denialism, to be honest. - Victor Ganata
It's since the beginning of the data set they finished it in 2008 with the final few stations and started recording readings in 2005. This years readings are also there is this the hottest year ever according to this data set? - Eric Logan from FFHound!
So three years of data negates the 30 year trend? Hmm. - Victor Ganata
If it's the right three years! - Andrew C (✔)
God bless Eric, always willing to carefully curate only the data and arguments that support his view and throw chaff everywhere when it doesn't. - Andrew C (✔)
It has cooled from the beginning till today by .4 degrees in the U.S it has warmed under the previous data set after controversial adjustments about 1.3 degrees per century. - Eric Logan from FFHound!
It's not three years of data it's almost 10 years of data. - Eric Logan from FFHound!
You just said they started in 2005 and stopped in 2008? - Victor Ganata
Even still, if you're trying to measure decadal changes than one decade is not a good sample. - Victor Ganata
Is this year the hottest year ever according to this pristine U.S. data set ? - Eric Logan from FFHound!
Which data set? There are several data sets with different time scales on that site. And even if "hottest year ever" is media hype, that does nothing to prove that average global surface temperature is actually declining. It's very evident from longer range datasets that in the short term, temperatures oscillate. What matters is the long-term trend. - Victor Ganata
The top data set is the new one the bottom one doesn't even report data after June 1st 2014. - Eric Logan from FFHound!
I said it was completed in 2008 the last of the stations. It starting recording in 2005 it also explains it on the site. - Eric Logan from FFHound!
So the USCRN's goal is to capture 50 years worth of data and you want to draw a conclusion after 10 years of data, with the first three years not even having all their stations up. OK. Can you link to the actual dataset you're citing because all I can see are the monthly, daily, and hourly datasets of individual cities. - Victor Ganata
Like, where are you getting -0.4 degrees/10 years from? Is this Fahrenheit or Celsius? - Victor Ganata
Just had time to check back, is there a simple explanation? - Todd Hoff
This one is average instead of minimum. http://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/temp-an... - Eric Logan
Figure 2 on this page seems a lot easier to read (and it compares USCRN to nClimDiv) http://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/temp-an... - given that the graph sits mostly on the positive side of the T-anomaly axis suggesting that for most of the data points, the temperature was hotter than average, I don't find this particularly convincing of global cooling. - Victor Ganata
Also, nClimDiv has a baseline based on the temperature averages for 30 years while USCRN (for obvious reasons) has to extrapolate the baseline. - Victor Ganata
"Data exist for nClimDiv from 1895 to present, so a normal is simply the 30-year average of the gridded data. USCRN observations since commissioning to the present (4-9 years) were used to find relationships to nearby COOP stations and estimate normals at the USCRN sites using the normals at the surrounding COOP sites derived from full 1981-2010 records." - Victor Ganata
Easier to read maybe, but does not include 2014 data. The premise of the OP. - Eric Logan
The 2014 data would certainly be able to prove or disprove the idea that "this is the hottest year on record" but obviously the year isn't over yet. But whether or not 2014 ends up with a positive or negative anomaly doesn't by itself prove either warming or cooling. And 2014 is not the end point year anyway. - Victor Ganata
Well, the premise of the OP is that there isn't really a pause, and I can't see how the USCRN data supports the idea of a pause since most years/months in the dataset have positive temperature anomalies. - Victor Ganata
So I count 67 points >0 and 46 points <0 and on average, the positive anomalies are higher than the negative anomalies. I mean, I didn't do any hardcore number crunching, but that suggests to me that the mean anomaly over that time frame is still a positive if small number. - Victor Ganata
I see your point now. That assumes that 2005 was a normal year. I would use the mean of 2005 as the T line. - Eric Logan
Yeah, but that's not what they're measuring. They're comparing temperature averages to the 30 year baseline of COOP. And using a single arbitrary year as a baseline is questionable at best. - Victor Ganata
Not when a carefully selected baseline year helps you arrive at the conclusions you need! - Andrew C (✔)
When your trying to figure out if 2014 is warner than previous years on a new data set only the actual data matters. Once again the premise of this post is that 2014 is the warmest year ever. That's nonsense. - Eric Logan from FFHound!
The data set was created to put to rest questions about adjustments including the adjusted years is dubious. - Eric Logan from FFHound!
Carefully selected ? Thats when they built these stations I started at the beginning. There is no pristine unadjusted data prior to that date these stations did not exist. - Eric Logan
[from the OP that Eric no doubt read] "The key thing to understand is that changes in global temperature don’t occur at a steady pace. It’s why climate scientists don’t only look at a single decade’s worth of temperatures. Loeb explained all of this in his presentation. And the Daily Press, a local paper that actually attended the presentation, relayed the explanation correctly.... more... - Andrew C (✔)
I'm curious how the skeptics came up with the -0.4 degrees/10 years figure. - Victor Ganata from iPhone
I don't know how "pristine" it is when those temperature anomalies are still calculated against the 1981-2001 COOP data. - Victor Ganata from iPhone
Oh. Anthony Watts just drew a regression line through the data points https://wattsupwiththat.files.... Drawing regression lines through 20% of the data. Hmm. - Victor Ganata from iPhone
I'm assuming the x-axis is months. That regression line actually predicts -0.6 degrees/10 years. Weird. - Victor Ganata from iPhone
If you have to use a single year as a baseline, you'd think that you'd want to use a year that has a near 0 degree anomaly and not a year with a +0.7 degree anomaly, which is basically where this regression line starts. I guess it's better than starting at 1998. - Victor Ganata
So no explanation. OK. - Todd Hoff
Maybe you missed it? It's not a simple explanation if it was everyone would understand it. Instead it's complicated or F.U.D. Depending on who you ask. - Eric Logan from FFHound!
For Todd. Dr. Pierre-Marie Robitaille: On the Validity of Kirchhoff's Law. https://www.youtube.com/watch... - Eric Logan
LOL, so while the regression line is -0.6 degrees/10 years, the error is ±0.68 degrees. http://tamino.wordpress.com/2014... — IOW, this regression line is useless, and I still don't understand where the hell they came up with -0.4 degrees - Victor Ganata
I am not using Eschenbach’s plot you are. I pulled .4 directly from the USCRN site using the beginning of USCRN as the beginning. - Eric Logan from FFHound!
Link? - Victor Ganata
I'm pretty sure USCRN is not drawing regression lines when they only have 20% of the data they want to collect. - Victor Ganata
Even using your analysis of his plot that means the margin of error is almost half of total the total warming of 1.3 degrees per century using the reconstructed and adjusted data. - Eric Logan from FFHound!
If it can't even be summed up reasonably then I'll pass and stay with accepted physics. The one place is colder argument reminds me of the folks who think sea level increases should be evenly distributed. - Todd Hoff
Yes, the standard error is enormous, which is why that plot is useless. - Victor Ganata
I mean, is the -0.4 degrees figure just the difference between the starting point and the ending point? - Victor Ganata
I already gave you the links one for average one for minimum. You decided to use a different figure 2 from the site that left off 2014. - Eric Logan from FFHound!
There's no regression line on the USCRN data. Where is the -0.4 degrees number coming from? - Victor Ganata
You really think 7 months of data is going to make huge difference compared to the 108 months that came before it? o_O - Victor Ganata
Once again Victor the premise of the OP is that 2014 is the hottest year ever. Now If you going to tell me that the climate clowns in the bloviosphere can figure that out by looking at the wrong year I might agree with you. - Eric Logan
Listen I made this bet already when it first happened. Here Honeycutt from one of Andrew"s go to sites is assuring you that it's great bet though closer then he expected. I will give you the chance to get in right here and right now during the hottest year ever, http://www.skepticalscience.com/climate... - Eric Logan
I'm pretty sure that the premise of the OP is that the global warming "pause" isn't really a pause. The OP just happens to mention that lots of places broke records this year. I don't think that's the same thing as claiming this is the hottest year ever across the world/all 48 states. - Victor Ganata
The UAH global data set looks nothing like the graphic above. http://nsstc.uah.edu/climate/ - Eric Logan
Hyperbole or BS" ==>"He talked about all the evidence that the planet is warming—like the fact that temperatures right now are the hottest they’ve been since record-keeping began in 1850." - Eric Logan
The UAH data looks pretty similar, actually, just with a different color scheme. - Victor Ganata
It's demonstrably true that lots of cities have broken records this year, though. This is not the same as saying that every city on the planet/in the contiguous 48 states currently has the largest average yearly temperature anomaly since temperature records have been kept, which is what I would interpret "the hottest year ever" to mean. - Victor Ganata
Show me the demonstrable part this year. http://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/cdo-web... - Eric Logan
*sees "81 Comments" ... looks down thread. ... ah, it's the exact cast of characters I'd thought. :) * - Micah from FFHound(roid)!
Seems like that table does agree with the notion that several high temperature records were broken this year. I really don't think the author was making a comment about the likelihood that this year will break every single temperature record ever and/or will have the highest average temperature anomaly ever, but if that's what you want to object to instead of the idea that the pause doesn't exist, that sounds reasonable. - Victor Ganata
"The globally averaged temperature over land and ocean surfaces for June 2014 was the highest for June since record keeping began in 1880. It also marked the 38th consecutive June and 352nd consecutive month with a global temperature above the 20th century average. The last below-average global temperature for June was in 1976 and the last below-average global temperature for any month was in February 1985." http://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/sotc/ - Victor Ganata
So are you taking the bet? - Eric Logan from FFHound!
Eric, the TNR reporter may have over-simplified by writing "right now"; the linked Daily Press article says ""The temperature is still record-breaking temperatures, but the rate of increase is not as pronounced," Loeb said Wednesday. "That's kind of the hiatus." Even with the hiatus, he said, the last three decades have still been the hottest on record, with each warmer than the last,... more... - Andrew C (✔)
Has all this bullshit been because you saw a point you could twist into a strawman argument? Smeesh. - Andrew C (✔)
The bet is very simple Andrew and I will offer it to you as well. I already made an initial bet. It's closed now, but I will open it to you and Victor right here and add to my wager. That's not a strawman argument it's a bet for charity. http://notrickszone.com/join-th... - Eric Logan
The bet ==> If the decade of 2011 – 2020 is cooler or the same on average globally than the decade of 2001 – 2010, then warmist Rob Honeycutt and warmist betters will have to pay to charity the total amount that gets pledged by NTZ and readers betting on a cooler decade. If the average global temperature for the decade 2011 – 2020 is warmer than the average of 2001 – 2010, then NTZ and coolist readers will have to pay everything they pledged to the charity. - Eric Logan
Whether or not 2014 is the hottest year ever or if the next decade is hotter than this decade does nothing to prove or disprove 30+ year trends, though. It might not be a strawman, but it's kind of pointless. - Victor Ganata
The deciding dataset's ==> Which dataset will decide the bet? It has been agreed to use a composite of RSS and UAH lower troposphere temperature – close to the earth’s surface. The result will be accepted without quibbling, as it is agreed that it’s the best we’ve got. The average of the two will decide the bet! - Eric Logan
BTW it's supposed to get hotter every year on avg. in fact it's supposed to be way hotter than it is or we would not even be having this conversation. - Eric Logan
No, that's most definitely not what the models are saying. That idea that every year will be hotter than the last is *definitely* a strawman. - Victor Ganata
BRAVO. BRA-FUCKING-VO. "BTW it's supposed to get hotter every year on avg." -- in the thread where the OP link says "The key thing to understand is that changes in global temperature don’t occur at a steady pace. It’s why climate scientists don’t only look at a single decade’s worth of temperatures. Loeb explained all of this in his presentation. And the Daily Press, a local paper that... more... - Andrew C (✔)
Eric, what's it like to be able to so spectacularly misread things? - Andrew C (✔)
I can't read. I lack basic comprehension. I don't understand empirical evidence and I am willing to totally dismiss everything that contradicts my preconceived ideas. I am willing to bet you that the present decade is cooler than the last for charity. What do you have to lose ? - Eric Logan
I will even make you a nice little chart so we can track the data sets together. - Eric Logan
Your bet is orthogonal to your main claim here, which is a determined and clearly, obviously incorrect reading of the OP. - Andrew C (✔)
And as such it's a distraction. - Andrew C (✔)
The thrust of the argument is exactly what it says. NOAA also says that JUNE 2014 was the hottest month ever. I already knew that they said this, it's not true, but they published it anyway. Maybe you missed it I will post it again. "The globally averaged temperature over land and ocean surfaces for June 2014 was the highest for June since record keeping began in 1880. It also marked... more... - Eric Logan
What I said "it's supposed to get hotter every year on avg." What they said " 352nd consecutive month with a global temperature above the 20th century average." - Eric Logan
The 20th Century means from Jan 1901 until 2000. 352/12 = 29.33 years above the avg and I am willing to bet you that this century is colder that last century, but it's orthogonal. Right now you're winning the bet just barely, but you're winning. Actually you're not winning because you haven't taken the bet yet. - Eric Logan
"consecutive month with a temperature above the average" != "get hotter every year on average". Those are two very different statements. - Andrew C (✔)
It's just a statement about statistics. It doesn't *mean* anything. It's not proof of anything one way or the other, and I don't think the NOAA is claiming anything like that. I mean, certainly it's suggestive, but that's not the reason why people are confident global warming is caused by CO2 emissions. - Victor Ganata
So is your interpretation of the original post, but lets not quibble about who understands what. OK ? Take the bet it's for charity it should be worth it just to shut me up. - Eric Logan
I won't take that bet because it legitimizes a silly sideshow that proves nothing. I'll just donate to charity directly. - Victor Ganata
I wouldn't take it if I where you either so I understand. Here is really good charity though if you you're interested. http://www.heifer.org/ - Eric Logan
" lets not quibble about who understands what. " ROTFL. If I'd misunderstood the OP as badly, I bet I'd want to say something like this too. - Andrew C (✔)
I understand that my lack of understanding is not something you actually want to bet about. - Eric Logan
You don't even seem to grasp that your bet is unrelated to what you were wrong about. - Andrew C (✔)
I totally grasp it. That's why I am willing to bet you you that the decade cools due to natural variation like the dumb conservatives Loeb references. - Eric Logan
What does that have to do with your incorrect claim that "it's supposed to get hotter every year on avg" when NO ONE ESP NOT LOEB SAID THAT? Look, you can keep on repeating yourself, but you won't erase your being wrong by blithering on about your stupid bet, and it's not going to distract me from it. - Andrew C (✔)
And in a week, Imma block you because you're a giant waste of time with your nonsense. I don't know if you're stupid or just trolling, but it's really not worth it. - Andrew C (✔)
It's not incorrect read the statement again. You are misreading what I said and that was not in reference to the original post it was in reference to the NOAA statement on June being the hottest month ever. I could care less if you block me. I don't want to read your tripe anyway unless you are willing to put your money where your mouth is. I do it every day. Guess what I will be selling electric cars as soon as they become viable the same way the oil companies will be selling renewable energy. - Eric Logan
There was a really good reason the bet was not predicated on adjustable surface data or a NOAA data set at all for that matter. NOAA Reinstates July 1936 As The Hottest Month On Record. http://dailycaller.com/2014... - Eric Logan
I will even throw in an extensive collection of global warming alarmist books that I bought for about 15 years just for you Andrew. I have a pretty extensive collection of BS predictions. - Eric Logan
I'll bet you do! - Andrew C (✔)
lol - Meg VMeg
I am so stupid. I quit the same day my former employer actually announced they where being acquired by QTWW. I am still laughing at the guys that told me how stupid I was as they are mostly underemployed and the company and QTWW both filed bankruptcy. I did do pretty well shorting the company all the way down though. Sure glad I didn't take those stock options. ROTFLMAO - Eric Logan
What an idiot I was. I even moved to Georgia of all places. http://www.hfcletter.com/issues... - Eric Logan
Steve C Team Marina
Rules prevent solar panels in many states with abundant sunlight - LA Times - http://www.latimes.com/nation...
Rules prevent solar panels in many states with abundant sunlight - LA Times
"Few places in the country are so warm and bright as Mary Wilkerson's property on the beach near St. Petersburg, Fla., a city once noted in the Guinness Book of World Records for a 768-day stretch of sunny days. But while Florida advertises itself as the Sunshine State, power company executives and regulators have worked successfully to keep most Floridians from using that sunshine to generate their own power. Wilkerson discovered the paradox when she set out to harness sunlight into electricity for the vintage cottages she rents out at Indian Rocks Beach. She would have had an easier time installing solar panels, she found, if she had put the homes on a flatbed and transported them to chilly Massachusetts." - Steve C Team Marina from Bookmarklet
Ken Morley
Victor Ganata
9 Touching Epitaphs Ancient Greeks And Romans Wrote For Their Deceased Dogs - The Dodo https://www.thedodo.com/9-touch...
Zing: "[Myia] never barked without reason, but now he is silent.” - Todd Hoff
Amir
British Student's Hilarious Note To Bike Thief Goes Viral - http://www.opposingviews.com/i...
British Student's Hilarious Note To Bike Thief Goes Viral
Not sure that was the best strategy. - Todd Hoff
Amit Patel
"Today, the strange story of a small group of islands that raise a big question: is it inevitable that even our most sacred natural landscapes will eventually get swallowed up by humans? And just how far are we willing to go to stop that from happening?" - Amit Patel from Bookmarklet
This podcast was a little disturbing. But also fascinating. - Amit Patel
traims
Yahoo Labs in Barcelona has developed an algorithm that gets users from A to B in the most scenic way. - http://www.springwise.com/mapping...
Uli
Uli
just finished a Runtastic bike trip in null with #Runtastic PRO Android app: https://www.runtastic.com/sport-s...
just finished a Runtastic bike trip in null with #Runtastic PRO Android app: https://www.runtastic.com/sport-sessions/289178319
Hast du das Bild von dem Kettenabdruck gemacht? :D - Erika
Noch nicht. Irgendwie hab ich den Abdruck vermieden, frag mich nicht, wie. :-D - Uli
Phil Plait
Are you a Star Trek TOS fan? The new “ST: Continues” episode is out, and it’s really good! http://www.startrekcontinues.com/star-tr...
I love the new voice of the computer! - Todd Hoff
Maitani
Neolithic dairy farming at the extreme of agriculture in northern Europe - http://rspb.royalsocietypublis...
"Abstract: The conventional ‘Neolithic package’ comprised animals and plants originally domesticated in the Near East. As farming spread on a generally northwest trajectory across Europe, early pastoralists would have been faced with the challenge of making farming viable in regions in which the organisms were poorly adapted to providing optimal yields or even surviving. Hence, it has long been debated whether Neolithic economies were ever established at the modern limits of agriculture. Here, we examine food residues in pottery, testing a hypothesis that Neolithic farming was practiced beyond the 60th parallel north. Our findings, based on diagnostic biomarker lipids and δ13C values of preserved fatty acids, reveal a transition at ca 2500 BC from the exploitation of aquatic organisms to processing of ruminant products, specifically milk, confirming farming was practiced at high latitudes. Combining this with genetic, environmental and archaeological information, we demonstrate the... more... - Maitani from Bookmarklet
Shevonne
50 Excellent Novels by Female Writers Under 50 That Everyone Should Read http://flavorwire.com/471139...
50 Excellent Novels by Female Writers Under 50 That Everyone Should Read http://bit.ly/1u26xLc
Shevonne
Taking a Few Breaths Instead of Yelling at My Tweens http://wp.me/p4Sw3z-v
Taking a Few Breaths Instead of Yelling at My Tweens http://wp.me/p4Sw3z-v
Mahdi
Japanese Students Create Brilliant Straw Home Heated by Compost | Inhabitat - Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building - http://inhabitat.com/japanes...
Japanese Students Create Brilliant Straw Home Heated by Compost | Inhabitat - Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building
Japanese Students Create Brilliant Straw Home Heated by Compost | Inhabitat - Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building
Shevonne
90-year-old WWII vet jogging across America https://www.yahoo.com/news...
90-year-old WWII vet jogging across America https://www.yahoo.com/news/90-year-old-runs--and-hitchhikes-when-he-s-tired--across-the-country-135545407.html
Steven Perez
Canadians Can’t Drink Their Water After 1.3 Billion Gallons Of Mining Waste Flows Into Rivers http://thkpr.gs/1tStxvZ via @climateprogress
Canadians Can’t Drink Their Water After 1.3 Billion Gallons Of Mining Waste Flows Into Rivers http://thkpr.gs/1tStxvZ via @climateprogress
But it's okay for the First Nations? - Jenny H. from Android
Probably not good for anyone in that area of BC, though (so far) they think the Fraser hasn't been contaminated. - Jennifer Dittrich
What a mess. :( - Jenny H. from Android
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Steven Perez
Shevonne
Amit Patel
Beaver Complex Fire - 36,723 acres - http://inciweb.nwcg.gov/inciden...
Beaver Complex Fire - 36,723 acres
"The Beaver Complex is comprised of the Salt Creek Fire (20 miles northwest of Medford) and the Oregon Gulch Fire (15 miles east of Ashland), lightning-started fires that started on July 30-31, 2014. After it was first discovered on July 31, the Oregon Gulch Fire rapidly moved southeast from the Cascade Siskiyou National Monument into the Soda Mountain Wilderness Area, from Jackson County into Klamath County, and then into California." - Amit Patel from Bookmarklet
:-( - Todd Hoff
Amir
Nothing is permanent in this world not even our troubles.
The only thing unchanged is Change - امير کبير from iPhone
Zulema ❧ spicy cocoa tart
RT @libroantiguo: Marie Curie's experimental notebook - which after almost a hundred years, is still radioactive. Wellcome Library. https://twitter.com/Libroan...
RT @libroantiguo: Marie Curie's experimental notebook - which after almost a hundred years, is still radioactive.  Wellcome Library. http://t.co/XvxlFDi93A
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I'm not really a fan of Helena Bonham Carter, but she's perfect as Bellatrix.
Matt Haughey
Today I drove a 5,000 lb vehicle burning fossil fuel 3 miles to drop 2 data discs into a "return slot" at a "video store" #partylikeits1999
holly #ravingfangirl
RT @testkitchen: Carrot Cake is a true American Classic—but most recipes fall short of our standards. Until now: https://www.cooksillustrated.com/feature...
RT @testkitchen: Carrot Cake is a true American Classic—but most recipes fall short of our standards. Until now: http://bit.ly/1jVLFBT
carrot cake! i want the cake! - Sir Shuping is just sir
then go make it! that's what the recipe is for! - holly #ravingfangirl
it won't let me see it :( - Sir Shuping is just sir
oh man - Meg VMeg
You could do this with Texas sheet cake, too. - Meg VMeg
I like carrot cake, but don't like cream cheese frosting, which, sadly for me, is usually on carrot cakes. - Laura
yeah, carrot cake needs the cream cheese frosting. :/ - holly #ravingfangirl from iPhone
yum! This is how they make them and sell them in the bakery in the building where I take pastry classes. They put the thin layers in a square ring mold (don't know what else to call it if it's square), frost in between the layers and add pecans, then refrigerate it for a few hours and remove the mold. It makes a perfectly stacked cake. I bet that would be good making Texas sheet cake this way! - Trish R
Abhishek
Eating a chocolate brownie isn't hard. Eating just one is.
Amit Patel
The view from the Best Western in Florence, Oregon.
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Best Best Western Ever! But not the most Western Best Western Ever. That's a few miles south, in Bandon Oregon. - Amit Patel
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Eric Logan
Watch Schrödinger's cat die (or live): Physicists capture the quantum particles' bizarre wanderings for the first time | Mail Online - http://www.dailymail.co.uk/science...
Watch Schrödinger's cat die (or live): Physicists capture the quantum particles' bizarre wanderings for the first time | Mail Online
‘Real-time tracking of a quantum system shows that it's a continuous process, and that we can constantly extract information from the system as it goes from quantum to classical,’ said Irfan Siddiqi, UC Berkeley associate professor of physics. ‘This level of detail was never considered accessible by the original founders of quantum theory.’ - Eric Logan from Bookmarklet
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