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October 8, 2009


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Telling Half the Story 100% of the Time | Climate Skeptic
On the exact same day in 2007 that seemingly every paper on the planet was reporting that Arctic sea ice extent was at an “all-time” low, it turns out that Antarctic sea ice extent was at an “all-time” high. I put “all-time” in quotes because both were based on satellite measurements that began in 1979, so by “all-time” newspapers meant not the 5 billion year history of earth or the 250,000 year history of man or the 5000 year history of civilization but instead the 28 year history of space measurement. Oh, that “all time”.

BOHICA! Just easing it in: neo-neocon By hook or by crook: the public option edges closer

Low-tech Magazine: Wind powered factories: history (and future) of industrial windmills

Velociworld: The Six Figure Miracle
They fancy themselves the elite, the Shit Don't Stinkers. Well, fuck that. The only constitutional amendment I want to see is the one that feeds congressmen into the same maw of social engineering that the rest of us are fed into.

One Cʘsmos: The Great Lincoln-Darwin Debate "It is strictly impossible to reconcile philosophical Darwinism with America's founding principles."

♦ "No frontal assaults on the established order ever pay off." -- Sippican Cottage: Some Enchanted Place, Chapter Seven

The Albatross Has Landed Works and Days サ The Power of Payback

Why aren’t you listening to Portuguese music? The Pleasures of Saudade by Philip Graham

The Lethal Search for De Loys’ Ape
Out of the dense jungle came two upright walking creatures, gripping and shaking branches while screaming in apparent anger. The ape-like animals began flinging their own faeces at the frightened men, who grabbed their guns, shooting their female assailant dead as the male, wounded, fled into the forest.

Nightlight: A Parody Pale and klutzy, Belle arrives in Switchblade, Oregon looking for adventure, or at least an undead classmate. She soon discovers Edwart, a super-hot computer nerd with zero interest in girls.

Posted by Vanderleun at October 8, 2009 11:47 PM. This is an entry on the sideblog of American Digest: Check it out.

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