December 31, 2021

Twitter Locks Dr. Robert Malone's Account

This from Antonio Jones:

So Twitter locked Dr.Malone account yesterday. This interview with Joe Rogan was today 🤷
https://rwmalonemd.substack.com/p/yah-it-happened?justPublished=true

Tim adds:

For those who do not know, Robert Malone is the pioneer of the mRNA technology used in the Covid vaccines. He is also a harsh critic of them, and so he is now being erased by the Covidiots.

Guess he's "fake news" according to the Twitter "fact checkers".

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Larry David: Christmas an "environmental Disaster"

Selwyn Duke

https://www.msn.com/en-us/lifestyle/lifestyle-buzz/larry-david-calls-christmas-an-environmental-disaster/ar-AAS4gER?ocid=msedgntp


Since Larry David is a moral disaster, his utterances are a good example of how "the eye altering alters all."

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Near Normal Temperature Anomalie

This from Gregory Wrightstone:

The global average temperature for November 2021 was only 0.08 degrees above the average of the last 40+ years. Not hardly something that I would recommend causing worldwide alarm and panic. The global average temperature for November 2021 was only 0.08 degrees above the average of the last 40+ years. Not hardly something that I would recommend causing worldwide alarm and panic.

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Half Power in the Cold

Frank Laseee

What will people do in the winter when electric cars are their only choice? Loss of 50% of range when it’s freezing.

Test shows that electric cars are virtually useless in winter.
A new comparative test from Auto-Bild shows that electric cars reach significantly decreases in winter.
At freezing temperatures, the autonomy of four of the five test cars fell less than 70 kilometers and that of the Renault Zoe less than 60 kilometers.
Due to the huge battery, only the Tesla Model S kept autonomy of more than 200 kilometers, even in winter temperatures, but this luxury car is in a price range (available from € 78,000) which folds up p oh most Digweg drivers are not not to be imagined.
This result is not surprising. Batteries are less efficient in winter due to their chemical properties. Unfortunately, this idea has not yet reached the planners of the impact of traffic and energy.
Additional tests, conducted by the German independent testing body Dekra, have shown that the loss of a battery capacity of at least five degrees can go up to 50%.
The results of the Auto-Bild test are a disaster for politicians who still want to convince citizens that it is possible to switch to battery-powered vehicles for private transport.

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Cover Up

We now know the FBI uncovered 20,000 images from Epstein's mansion in Manhattan. Multiple hard drives. Multiple CD-Rs.

And now they are sealed.

This isn't an investigation, this is a coverup.

-Jack Posobiec

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December 30, 2021

Special Place in Hell for Tutu

Timothy Birdnow

From Newsmax:

There's a "special place in Hell" for people like Desmond Tutu, says Alan Dershowitz.

"He deserves to be praised for the good he did, but he must be condemned for the evil he has perpetrated on the world."

Yes, Tutu was a radical and liberation theology type pretending to be a cleric.

See here and here.

Tutu gave the moral authority to the ANC, a radical outfit that has destroyed South Africa, turning it into what is increasingly a hellhole.

Tutu blessed that.

I for one will shed no tears over his demise.

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The Scopes Monkey Trial Again - Again

I am reposting this for no other reason that I was involved in a discussion about the matter and thought it worth reviewing.

The Scopes Monkey Trial - Again

Brian E. Birdnow

Few events in American history have become as thoroughly propagandized as the celebrated 1925 criminal case of John Scopes v. Tennessee. In the popular imagination, spurred on by stage plays and movies such as "Inherit The Wind" a brave band of free thinking schoolteachers, aided by an idealistic legal team faced down the forces of bigotry and ignorance in Dayton, Tennessee in the summer of 1925. In this view of reality, Clarence Darrow demolished William Jennings Bryan in cross-examination and exposed Biblical theories of creation as scientific balderdash. The laws against teaching evolution were overturned. the "creationists" slunk back under the rock whence they came, Jennings Bryan died, and the world lived happily ever! How do we know this is true? The popular culture tells us this, so it must be so!

more...

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Media Lies About Flu

Warner Todd Huston

These are the lies the media tells. The flu DID NOT "take a year off."

Flu is Making a Comeback in U.S. After an Unusual Year Off

Tim adds:

Not only was flu misdiagnosed as Covid, but it is probably coming with a vengeance because of Antibody Dependent Enhancement, which makes you susceptible too all manner of diseases. A mRNA vaccine tends to cause this, and it ruins your immunity not just to the disease you have been "vaxxed" against but other illnesses as well.

We may well have started multiple plagues by tampering with our genetics via the jab.

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No Change in Sea Level Rise

John Lees

Well, here is the global satellite sea level record to 2020. With plainly no sign of acceleration. A steady rise of only 90mm in 27 years. Less than four inches. That's what all this fuss has been about.
May be an image of text that says '80 70 60 50 40 Topex Jason-1 Jason-2 Jason-3 GFO ERS-1 ERS-2 Envisat CryoSat-2 SARAL Sentinel-3A Sentinel-3B 30 20 10 0 -10 -20 Overall trend: 3.13 mm/yr Altimeter data up to 66° latitude Corrected for GIA Annual signal removed EUMETSAT -30 1992 1994 1996 1998 2000 2002 2004 2006 2008 2010 2012 2014 2016 2018 2020'

Tim adds:

We had a 25% reduction in industrial emissions last year. So why didn't sea level rise flatten?  Strange. If carbon dioxide is driving warming, and warming is driving sea level rise, we would expect to see a flattening of the curve at this point. We don't. It remains the same as it has been since the end of the Little Ice Age.

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Maxwell to go Max(imum)

David Nabhan

Well, they convicted Maxwell; how about that. When though was the last time you heard of a prosecutor failing to offer the terrified little fish in his hands a way to slip out of his grasp by spilling the beans on the bigger fish they're really after? How odd they never held out that escape clause for her. That may not bode too well for her as she goes off to prison, since that means they aren't interested in the least to hear who she might implicate. She better make a shiv, and right NOW.

Tim adds:

They will lock her up and either just throw away the key or she'll meet an untimely end while incarcerated. Either way it's the last we'll hear of her - and of those with whom she had contact. Again, the Deep State wins.

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December 29, 2021

The Thirty Tyrants

Dana Mathewson


Those who have studied the history of Ancient Greece will understand the title of this post.

This is a long article, but well worth the read. It explains what's going on here and why (and how we're basically doomed).

Rather than excerpt it, I'll just give you the link. Here: https://www.tabletmag.com/sections/news/articles/the-thirty-tyrants and please take the time to read it!

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Harry Reid Assumes Room Temperature

Timothy Birdnow

"Dingy" Harry Reid, former Democrat Senate Majority Leader and Mafia stooge, has passed away.

Reid was a partisan hack who started the end of the filibuster, among other things. He was also a huge obstructionist. I won't say he'll be missed.

BUT some have been gleefully consigning him to Hell. That is just wrong. I do not wish anyone damnation - it's forever. No matter how much suffering a person caused in this life that suffering ended. Hell doesn't end.

I don't know where Mr. Reid is now. He may be in Purgatory, he may be in Hell. Ours is not to question. Justice will be served. But we should all say a prayer for his soul.

That said, we can still remember what a bad guy he was. There is no reason for faux sincerity.

I wrote this a long time ago, while Harry was Senate Minority Leader:

A Harry Reiding

Scary Harry quite contrary
How does your party grow?
With sleaze that sells, and rotten smells And filibusters of our foe.

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Party Like it's 1899

Timothy Birdnow

This from the Mid Missouri Weather Page. Notice how this year is similar to one well before the big growth in Industrial emissions.

December 2021 vs. December 1889 II: The Rest of the Winter......

A few days ago (23 December), we posted about the similarity between this December (2021) and December 1889. If you are old enough to remember a guy named Paul Harvey, you might remember .... 'and now the rest of the story'.

How did the rest of winter go? This December might provide some clues for the early months of 2022. Or maybe not. Fall 1889 was not particularly warm, in fact it was a chilly 3.5 F below normal. December 1889 ended up +8 F warmer than November 1889 and only 4 F cooler than October 1889 in Columbia, MO.

Fall 2021 was the 6th warmest here (+3.1 F) in Columbia, and that included a November that was only 1.4 F above normal (or what we would call "typical". Thus, December 2021 is running at approximately the same level as November 2021. In that respect, it is like another fall month as December 1889 was.

Winter 1889 - 1890 (December - February) across MO was anywhere from +3.5 F in far NW MO to more than +10 F in the bootheel (map #1 - difference between winter 1889-1890 and the 20th century average). So the rest of the winter was also warm due to unusually strong high pressure (see Map #2 - 500 hPa height anomalies for winter 1889-1890) over the eastern US.

In Columbia, January 1890 was about +7 F, and February 1890 was about +5 F above normal. This winter 1889 - 1890 averaged 41.0 F in Columbia, making it the warmest on record to this day. In fact it is only one of two winters in our record to average above 40 F. The other being 1931 - 1932 averaging 40.7 F.

Incidentally, winter 1931 - 1932 began with a December averaging 43.2 F, which is the current #2 warmest December on the list (and which we should pass here in in a few days). This warm winter of 1931-1932 would show a temperature anomaly pattern nearly identical to those of the 1889 - 1890 below. And the fall months of 1931 were the warmest on record! (Hmm, similar to Fall 2021!!?? - which finished at #6)

Given this information, it is a good bet that the rest of the winter 2021 - 2022 will be exceptionally warm in Missouri. But, don't get too giddy just yet, both March 1890 and March 1932 averaged an identical 37.0 F in Columbia, MO, which is about 6.5 F below normal and both spring seasons were cooler than average (1890 about -2 F / 1932 about -1 F). And as Paul Harvey would say....and now you know the rest of the story.

May be an image of text that says '20th Century Reanalysis V3 2m Air Temperature (degk) Composite Anomaly NOAA Physical Sciences Laboratory Dec to Feb: 1890'May be an image of text that says '20th Century Reanalysis V3 Geopotential Height (m) Composite Anomaly NOAA Physical Sciences Laboratory Dec to Feb: 1890'

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Artwork Returned After Nazi Looting

Timothy Birdnow

Good news!

Nazi Looted Art Returned to Jewish Owners

It only took 77 years, but at last it was given back.

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The Sex Paradox

David Nabhan observes:

A pretty mathematician was talking about Russell’s set paradox when I began thinking about another Catch-22: the great dissimilarity in something admired in men and scorned in women—of course, their sexual prowess. The set of "whores” or "sluts,” morphed into male counterparts—"lothario,” "playboy,” "stud"—are thumbs-up terms. Yet a philanderer REQUIRES some set of women to succumb to his charms, thereby themselves falling into the downcast category. Bertrand have much to say on that?
I reply:

Sexual virility has always been associated with physical power. The King used to be the guy who was strongest, and he was supposed to have lots of sons to help him in war. That led to the attitude. Women, on the other hand, have to consider how many children they sire because they are ultimately the ones stuck with them and have to be able to raise them. So there has always been a prohibition against loose women and a kind of encouragement for strong males to reproduce. This goes back to the Paleolithic, and it's something largely ingrained in human nature, even if it doesn't make sense to us. Judaism and Christianity attempted to temper this thinking with moral codes, which had some success but not that much. Now of course our post-modern society attempts to resolve this by giving thumbs up to all acts of licentiousness,

rather than encouraging chastity for everyone. Of course, this means a society full of broken homes and illegitimacy and women working themselves to death trying to support the children they have.

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Terminators

Al Moscowitz:

Think this COVID nonsense is EVER going to go away?

Think again...

This Mobile Robot can Ensure that Crowds Stay Six Feet Apart

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Rogers: Propaganda or Science?

Warner Todd Huston

Aaron Rodgers: Science That ‘Can’t Be Questioned’ Is ‘Propaganda’

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The Moving Earth

John Lees

This is pretty fascinating. Here are two maps of the world showing the current vertical and horizontal motions of a set of locations on the surface. The motions are derived "using the full observation history of the four space geodetic techniques (very long baseline interferometry (VLBI), satellite laser ranging (SLR), Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS), and Doppler orbitography and radiopositionin g integrated by satellite (DORIS))"
This work is critical to the further analysis of the relative motions of the ocean surface. Although measurement of the location of the ocean surface has been used to determine the absolute reference point - which is the centre of mass of planet earth.
Everywhere on the planet is heading off to somewhere else!!
(In the horizontal motion map, the outline of the land is drawn, but very faintly in blue. The red lines are the plate boundaries of course.)

May be an image of standing and text that says '+5mm/y -5mm/y ITRF2014 vertical velocities Zuheir Altamimi'May be an image of map
May be an image of standing and text that says '+5mm/y -5mm/y ITRF2014 vertical velocities Zuheir Altamimi'
May be an image of map

Figure 11 and 12, from this in-depth article.
https:// agupubs.onlineli brary.wiley.com /doi/full/ 10.1002/ 2016JB013098

Also from this article:
"The envisaged accuracy of the ITRF is necessary for a reliable and long-term stable estimation of very small signals of global change phenomena such as the mean global sea level rise which is in the order of a few mm per year. This phenomena cannot be measured with sufficient reliability if the reference frame is not accurate and stable enough over decades. Present-day estimations of the mean sea level rise are in a range between 2.9 and 3.4 mm/
yr, which differs by almost 20%! French colleagues reported in a recently published and internationally well-recognized review paper: "The major limitation is the realization of the terrestrial reference frame. Ideally, to be useful in long-term sea level studies, vertical land motion should be determined with standard errors that are 1 order of magnitude lower than the contemporary climate signals of 1-3 mm/yr observed on average in sea level records" (Wöppelmann & Marcos, Reviews of Geophysics, doi:10.1002/ 2015RG000502, 2016)"
More here Willis Eschenbach. The reliance of this work on an accurate measure of global SLR inspires some degree of hope for the future of that branch of science.
All from: https:// www.dgfi.tum.de/ en/research/ reference-system s/ determination-of -reference-fram es/ global-terrestri al-reference-fr ames/ dtrf2014-en/

James Wehner adds:

Looking at these plots it appears that:
1) Africa moves towards India
2) Eastern US pushes in the plains and the Rockies increase in height along with the Osarks
3) CA splits off the continental US (about bloody time)
4) South America makes a swing towards North America and the Gulf of Mexico gets smaller
5) Europe pushes towards the Urals and they and the Alps get bigger
6) Australia merges with the Phillipines

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December 28, 2021

Bay Witch

Timothy Birdnow

Actress Patricia Cornwall was arrested for hitting an 80 year old passenger on a Delta flight for refusing to wear a Covid mask while eating.

from the article:

The alleged incident involving the ex-Playboy model, 51, happened during a flight from Tampa, Florida to Atlanta on December 23.
Cornwall appeared in Baywatch during the 1990s

Footage appears to show Cornwall, also known as Patty Breton, arguing with an elderly man on the jet, TMZ reports.

The actress allegedly hit the passenger during their spat.

In the footage, the woman identified by police as Cornwall orders the man to put his mask on.

The passenger, who is only identified in the criminal complaint as RSM, responded: "I’m eating and I can do it with my mask off.”

He adds: "Do you want me to pour this over your head Goddammit.”

Both Cornwall and the 80-year-old appear to have their masks below their mouths, according to the footage.

The Covid Karen had to post $200,000 bond.

Welcome to the new world, where political correctness makes people think they can do whatever they want if it serves the agenda.

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Why Oil Prices Declined

Timothy Birdnow

This from Oil Price dot com:

Saudi exports surged in October on the back of higher oil prices, which hit a 2021 peak during that month.

https://oilprice.com/Energy/Crude-Oil/Saudi-Exports-Surge-On-Higher-Oil-Prices.html

This is why gas prices dropped a bit. Biden had little to do with it. It was the Saudis ramping up production that made this drop happen.

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