Category: Science

Climate Skeptics, Your Brains Just Aren’t Fully Evolved

Jun 19, 2015 - Environment & Energy, Science - 0 Comments - Standard

Let’s face it. If you’re not freaking out over climate change, there’s something wrong with your brain. At least that’s what the climate alarmists think. Brian Merchant’s article at’s Motherboard blog, “Apocalypse Neuro: Why Our Brains Don’t Process the Gravest Threats to Humanity” discusses the ways primitive brains just can’t handle the looming threat of climate […]

Attenborough’s Ark

Oct 30, 2012 - Culture, Science - 0 Comments - Standard

Felt like I needed to do something non-political to clear my head a bit, and while surfing the web I came across this article: Sir David Attenborough picks 10 animals he would take on his ark For those who don’t know, Sir David Attenborough is the face and voice of a multitude of BBC nature […]

Arguing with Idiots

Oct 22, 2012 - Environment & Energy, Politics, Technology - 0 Comments - Standard

I had the misfortune of sitting amongst a group of left wing Chris Van Hollen supporters while recording video of debates between candidates running in MD-6 and MD-8 this evening. I was able to keep my mouth shut…for the most part. After the debates, while I was packing up my video gear, there was one […]

Maryland’s @GovernorOMalley Has No Understanding of How an Economy Works

Jul 17, 2012 - Maryland, Politics, Technology - 0 Comments - Standard

Case in point. If you’re a small business owner interested in getting your business online for free, visit — Martin O’Malley (@GovernorOMalley) July 17, 2012   .@GovernorOMalley That seems like a great way to divert work away from talented web designers and developers in Maryland. — Chris Coleman (@freshyill) July 17, 2012 Marty really […]

I love it when a plan comes together

May 23, 2012 - Media, Technology, Video - 0 Comments - Standard

GIZMODO reports on a “real life Tony Stark” building a motorcycle out of his broken down car to escape the desert. As the story goes, the Frenchman was driving through the desert in northwest Africa when he hit a military roadblock preventing him from continuing due to some conflicts in the area. But instead of […]

This is HUGE…er…small actually.

Jan 14, 2012 - Science, Technology - 0 Comments - Standard reports that the evil geniuses at IBM have created a 12-atom storage device. IBM has discovered how to store a bit of information in just 12 atoms, compared with the million or so normally required. The technique, based on ferromagnetism, could in future allow smaller, faster and more energy-efficient devices to be built. “The […]

Rally scheduled December 12 to protest Plan Fairyland

Dec 01, 2011 - Maryland, Politics, Science, Tea Party - 0 Comments - Standard

You may have seen my earlier post with the video of Lord Christopher Monckton using math and logic to destroy the alleged reasons for PlanMaryland (aka Plan Fairyland). As with most sweeping environmental regulations, it’s all about government gaining more power, not saving the environment. The below just landed in my inbox from the office […]

The Analysis #MD Governor Owe’Malley Doesn’t Want You to See

Nov 11, 2011 - Maryland, Politics, Science, Uncategorized, Video - 0 Comments - Standard

This will certainly draw the obligatory ad hominem attacks from left wing Koolaid aficionados but if you pay attention you’ll see that even using the flawed assumptions of the global warming zealots, O’Malley’s PlanMaryland (a.k.a. Plan Fairyland) is a fraud. It’s a power grab masquerading as environmental policy. The math just doesn’t work. Here’s Governor […]

Don’t miss “starving in the dark” practice Saturday

Mar 25, 2011 - Culture, Politics, Science - 0 Comments - Standard

When all our energy is provided by so called green sources–Wind, solar, etc.– we will have to endure a lot of these “earth hours” but they’ll be random, more frequent, and longer than an hour. This Saturday at 8:30 PM, trendy environmentalists, arrogant liberals, and the people dim enough to follow their lead will unite […]

Re-Pioneering the Helicopter

Jan 06, 2011 - Arts, Science - 0 Comments - Standard

Amplify’d from Sikorsky and Eurocopter Compete To Build Super-High-Speed Choppers   Sikorsky X2 The product of five years of research by what Sikorsky Innovations director Chris Van Buiten calls a “viciously small team of 50,” the X2 project is in its final stages. The team has met its goal of building a test helicopter […]

‘Ghostly’ Saharan cheetah filmed in Niger, Africa

Dec 23, 2010 - Science - 0 Comments - Standard

This is kind of cool. BBC – Earth News – ‘Ghostly’ Saharan cheetah filmed in Niger, Africa. One of the world’s most elusive cats has been photographed by a night time camera trap, after a year-long search for the animal. The ghostly image of the Saharan cheetah has excited conservationists, as perhaps fewer than 10 […]

40 years of predicting the planet’s imminent demise

Apr 22, 2010 - Politics, Science - 0 Comments - Standard

Why does anyone take the current global warming alarmism seriously? (Thanks to @Capt_Kirk45 for the following list.) Earth Day Predictions, from the first one in 1970…. “Civilization will end within 15 or 30 years unless immediate action is taken against problems facing mankind.” -George Wald, Harvard Biologist “Man must stop pollution and conserve his resources, […]