The Dark Nerd

oh160730Okay, yes it’s very hot on the surface of Jupiter. But it’s very cold at the cloud tops. So clearly I was implying some sort of Jupiter cloud top scenario for our theoretical frozen corpse person.

Clearly.

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Huzzah!

oh160729Huzzah! Say it three times fast.

Wasn’t that fun?

You’re welcome.

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Brussels Greatest Crime Against Humanity

oh160728I really don’t like brussels sprouts. They smell like Verne’s shell and they taste like RJ’s feet. Bad vegetable.  Bad, bad vegetable.

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On Snorting Twinkies

oh160727Kids? Do not try this at home.

Or pretty much anywhere.

Maybe college if enough beer is involved.

But that’s it.

I have no liability.

I cannot be blamed.

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RJ’s Zone of Comfort

oh160726My zone of comfort involves a recliner, a bag of chips, salsa, a Fireman’s 4 (or three) and a Giant’s game (preferably with Bumgarner or Cueto pitching).

I’m with RJ.

You can have my comfort zone when you pry it from my salty, snack-y fingers.

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Fighting Inertia

oh160725I prefer a coffee drip. But that’s just me.

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Water Water Everywhere

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Over the Hedge

Wow. This one started a kerfuffle over at gocomics.com/overthehedge. Apparently, a large portion of my audience (now getting smaller) are climate change deniers. The specificity of denial is impressive. Wrong, but impressive in it’s seemingly technical assurance and misstatement of facts. It is a fact that 97% of climate change scientists believe that humans are driving rising CO2 and climate change.  Now, you can disagree. You can say stuff like 97% of scientists 400 years ago thought using leaches was quality health care. But it’s not 400 years ago. It’s now. There’s real evidence. It’s not all a money grab for government grants.

Here’s a good article on the 97% thing on the web site Skeptical Science.

Also, I realize North Pole melting doesn’t increase sea level. The North Pole is a frozen ocean. Melting ice cubes in your gin and tonic do not raise the level of liquid. It’s the South Pole and Greenland that are the concern.

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