October 2, 2008
As you may have noticed, I haven’t posted in a while. A combination of being a student, more hours working, the Brewers having a crazy last week, my local Arby’s offering the 5 for $5.95 deal, and being in a fight with my neighbor Regina and her husband George over where the divider between our yards actually is.
This has ineviitably resulted in less posting, increased ratio of Arby sauce in my body, and a strip of unmowed grass on the side of my lawn. So ya, life is busy right now.
But I right this to you, my loyal readership of some 11-12 people, that I will actually post some stuff in the upcoming days.
September 15, 2008
Some of you may have read about the Greenpeace coal power plant fiasco in Kingsnorth. Some of you may not know how big of a crush Greenpeace has on Jim Hansen. When looking through their trial updates on the Greenpeace site, I noticed something. They didn’t mention Hansen’s name without referring to him as “the world’s leading climate scientist.”
Here they are, in their full and wonderful entirety.
-World’s leading climate scientist to appear as a witness at the Kingsnorth trial
-Just a quick blog to break the news: the world’s leading climate scientist, Professor James Hansen…
– … four of the expert witnesses (Professor Jim Hansen – Al Gore’s science adviser and the world’s leading climate scientist…
-Kingsnorth trial day three: world’s leading climate scientist gives evidence
-Today, at the Kingsnorth trial, the world’s leading climate scientist told the court…
-First, a quick announcement: following Jim Hansen (the world’s leading climate scientist) yesterday…
-During the trial, the world’s leading climate scientist came to court
I don’t know about you, but I’m just getting this …… feeling that Greenpeace thinks Jim Hansen is the world’s leading climate scientist.
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September 2, 2008
First blog post ever. Eventually I will get to writing about something someone might actually want to read (doubtful, I know) but this is all I got at the minute.