Monthly Archives: November 2012

Dumb Ways To Die: Australian Ad goes viral

Really catchy tune!

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Email scams #5

Permanent TSB customers beware! DO NOT CLICK IN ANYTHING IN THE EMAIL IF YOU GET ONE LIKE THIS. (It may have pictures but I keep all email not in my mail address list sent to junk until I have vetted … Continue reading

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GISS Temps revisited 6 days later

I did not expect to be looking at these again until the beyond the end of this month, but a friend pointed out a curious change that has happened yet again to these figures. This relates to my provious post … Continue reading

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Death of a child

Originally posted on Occupied Palestine | فلسطين:
Nov 21, 2012 Two year old Abdul Rahman Na’eem was assassinated in Gaza today by Israel. What did this child do Israel? Abdul Al-Rahman Naim is only 2 years old. He is a son of…

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A bit of humour

Life is so serious these days we all need a little humour. Following a link from Zerohedge I came across this site – Abstruse Goose. (That link goes to the latest cartoon.) Here are some examples The Alien Agenda (Click … Continue reading

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1880 IS getting colder!

It appears to be a fact that 1880, and many years after that, are getting colder by the year. Not only that but temperature means are getting warmer by the year for the later figures. Take 1996 for example. That … Continue reading

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Autumn snow extent in Eurasia greatest recorded since start of satellite era in 1979

Originally posted on Real Science:
Autumn snow extent in Eurasia is the greatest recorded since the start of the modern satellite era in 1979, and has increased by 20%. Rutgers University Climate Lab :: Global Snow Lab Climate experts tell…

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