Lord Monckton says something interesting.

A long and wide-ranging interview with renowned climate scientist, Lord Christopher Monckton. Topics cover the gamut from the politics of late 2016 and thorough discussion of the current climate change controversy.

Also contains some instructions for fixing the audio qualtiy using a browser extension

Unintended consequences

Being an appaholic means I download and check out a lot of apps. I am particularly entranced by photographic apps for the iPhone 4. I have settled on a few as default, or go-to, apps. That said, I am always on the lookout for apps that can expand my iPhone’s photographic capabilities. As background, my love…

Wishes. Horses. And me.

I really wish I could find the paper I wrote for an American history class I took in 1988. I wrote this 100 page (yes) paper as a mini-thesis, of sorts. As I was doing a double major in computer science and economics, I would never again have an opportunity do such a heavily-researched, academic, writing project. So…

This year I feel it (not done yet).

What is it, exactly? I have learnt that, in the current political environment, any rush to judgment presents an opportunity to put one’s foot so far into one’s mouth as for one to require the judicious application of the Heimlich Manoeuvre to remove said foot and associated accoutrements. Thus, I have let events transpire and unfold awhile…

Hey, Bloomberg, what’s up with this?

  Written November 29, 2015. I don’t know why I marked this post as Private. Public as of today. I was on Drudge looking at headlines, and saw a link called “Rove moves to block…” I thought that sounded interesting so I clicked on it. This is what I saw: “How odd,” I thought. “Isn’t…

SIRIUS

Dr Stephen Greer presents a compelling case that the people of the world are being systematically denied advanced energy and propulsion technologies that are capable of transforming Earth into a planet of abundance for all AND enable mankind’s admission into a galaxy of space-faring civilizations.

Another great song …

The video is cool, too.     It uses a very impressive (however familiar) technique. I’m really glad the technique is being reintroduced to a new generation. Well, it was released in 1997, so that new generation is now kinda long in the tooth; still and all, they keep the technique alive. And to me,…

Terrific video.

The tunage is tremendously catchy. And it’s an editing masterpiece!

This year I feel joyous!

Like so many, I feel a massive amount of relief after the past presidential election in the United States. As the election season drew to a close, I was near my wit’s end. I just wanted it over. My preference was for a Trump victory, but either way I wanted it over. For me, the…

Truth.

In an American Thinker post, “Calamity Impending for the Clintons” by Scott S. Powell, a passage stood out: In his Farewell Address of 1796, George Washington laid out the essentials for the rise and prosperity of America: [“]Let it simply be asked, where is the security for property, for reputation, for life, if the sense of…