davidgmills

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  • So when Bush and Cheney came up with their Unitary Executive theory we progressives and liberals were aghast.

    But now when Obama does his version of it to save the world from Armageddon, it’s OK?

    That insults me even more since I am one progressive who thinks this Armageddon is not likely to materialize and believe it is high time for progressives to wake up to the fact that the earth has not warmed in seventeen years and that the IPCC models have been proven to be wrong.

    It seems like I am going to have to re-post the evidence till progressives wake up.

    For the uninformed with their heads in the sand, please note that today the antarctic ice is at its highest extent ever.

    http://nsidc.org/arcticseaicenews/

    Ask your self does that sound like the earth is warming if the largest ice cap in the world (by far) is increasing in its extent? Does that sound like Armageddon?

  • davidgmills commented on the diary post Over Easy: Al Gore Is Still Fat (Part 2) by msmolly.

    2014-08-15 16:26:00View | Delete
  • davidgmills commented on the diary post Over Easy: Al Gore Is Still Fat (Part 2) by msmolly.

    2014-08-15 16:23:22View | Delete

    Seaglass. You mentioned ocean acidification which is a result of increased CO2. But CO2 also has its benefits. Below 280 ppm there would be no plant life. The present levels of CO2 are a boon to plant life and much higher levels of CO2 would be far better for plant life. And when plant life [...]

  • davidgmills commented on the diary post Over Easy: Al Gore Is Still Fat (Part 2) by msmolly.

    2014-08-15 15:57:14View | Delete

    Seaglass. You have made the sad old argument that the few progressives like me have heard over and over by now — that we are all a bunch of right wing trolls. That we are getting money from the Kochs. At least other people up thread gave me some respect when I linked to some [...]

  • davidgmills commented on the diary post Over Easy: Al Gore Is Still Fat (Part 2) by msmolly.

    2014-08-15 14:46:56View | Delete

    I botched my last link. Here is the correct one. http://ccsenet.org/journal/index.php/apr/article/view/14754/10140 The author, Habibullo I. Abdussamatov, is Russian and it was a link to his research six or seven years ago that started me wondering. I almost didn’t click on the link but curiosity got the better of me. If there was any place on [...]

  • davidgmills commented on the diary post Over Easy: Al Gore Is Still Fat (Part 2) by msmolly.

    2014-08-15 09:31:42View | Delete

    One of the first things I do every day and have done for the last six or seven years is check the sunspot number. At one time, like most people who had been told that the sun really does not affect our climate except on very long time tables, I believed in the solar constant. [...]

  • davidgmills commented on the diary post Over Easy: Al Gore Is Still Fat (Part 2) by msmolly.

    2014-08-15 08:31:38View | Delete

    Response. Stirred some feathers. Somebody wanted links. Here is the link to the global satellite temperature data from Dr. Roy Spenser who was NASA’s expert on satellite temperature data for many years and still has some affiliation with NASA and still records and posts NASA data. The data is clear the present anomaly on average [...]

  • davidgmills commented on the diary post Over Easy: Al Gore Is Still Fat (Part 2) by msmolly.

    2014-08-15 05:55:55View | Delete

    It is way past time for progressives to get on the denier bandwagon. I am as progressive as it gets but I saw the light about six years ago. How do progressives keep coming up with AGW bullsh*t? The simple fact is that the earth has not warmed in nearly 18 years according to the [...]

  • davidgmills commented on the diary post Overcompensation: Tying Corporate Taxes to CEO Pay by Gary Cohn.

    2014-08-08 17:06:04View | Delete

    Sure thing. And no doubt you are one of the ones who will academically justify us back to the age of nobles, knights and serfs.

  • davidgmills commented on the diary post Over Easy: Some Context for MH17 by yellowsnapdragon.

    2014-07-30 13:57:04View | Delete

    Again this scenario has been discussed by pilots on the website I cited. Only seldom does a plane instantly disintegrate; most take a minute or two. Quite consistent with being hit by a buk because the explode and the shrapnel from this buk took out the cockpit. Many pictures on the website confirm this. But [...]

  • davidgmills commented on the diary post Over Easy: Some Context for MH17 by yellowsnapdragon.

    2014-07-29 19:11:00View | Delete

    Buk’s have exploding warheads that act like a shotgun blast and are triggered near the plane. This has been thoroughly discussed on a professional pilot’s website PPRUNE.

    http://www.pprune.org/rumours-news-13/

  • davidgmills commented on the diary post Over Easy: Some Context for MH17 by yellowsnapdragon.

    2014-07-29 19:08:29View | Delete

    It was not taken down by a shoulder launched missile. They only reach about 20,000 feet and the plane was flying at 33,000. There is no doubt it was a Buk. Probably the best site about this incident and the prior Malaysian 777 lost in the Indian Ocean last spring is a professional pilot’s blog [...]

  • davidgmills commented on the diary post How Obamacare helped me by bearman.

    2014-07-29 18:42:12View | Delete

    One of the loopholes if you don’t want Medicaid is to estimate your income high enough to qualify for a 94% subsidy. There apparently is no penalty for estimating your income too high. Why would there be? Nobody really knows what there income will be next year anyhow. And there is no penalty for claiming [...]

  • Or maybe he is being blackmailed himself by the security services. I would not doubt it at all if almost everyone in Washington is being blackmailed.

    Between being blackmailed and bought, are there any who can actually do something their conscience wants them to do?

  • davidgmills commented on the diary post Zero Dark Thirty: Hijacking History by Barry Lando.

    2013-02-18 19:01:39View | Delete

    Here’s the Jones/Harrit article. When you can do research like this you let me know.

    http://www.benthamscience.com/open/tocpj/articles/V002/7TOCPJ.pdf

  • davidgmills commented on the diary post Zero Dark Thirty: Hijacking History by Barry Lando.

    2013-02-18 18:43:01View | Delete

    Yes you can let me know what you think but I won’t even consider changing my opinion unless you have first read the articles by Drs. Stephen Jones and Neils Harrit concerning their findings of nanothermites in the dust. Apparently your fire engineering buddies were incompetent if they didn’t test for accelerants and explosives. That [...]

  • davidgmills commented on the diary post Zero Dark Thirty: Hijacking History by Barry Lando.

    2013-02-17 20:50:07View | Delete

    I am not going to comment on who did 9/11 because I don’t know. But what I do know is that the World Trade Centers were not taken down by airplanes. It is basic physics and this progressive was saying it right after it happened and was banned from several “progressive” websites for saying so. [...]

  • davidgmills commented on the diary post Photos of Burned Out Dorner Cabin Provoke More Questions Than Answers by hotflashcarol.

    2013-02-14 10:16:57View | Delete

    It now appears that the photo I clicked on (see comment 6) which showed what appeared to be log cabins is no longer available at the link. So somebody needs to find out whether these were in fact log cabins or just pseudo log cabins. Because not only are large logs hard to ignite, most [...]

  • davidgmills commented on the diary post Photos of Burned Out Dorner Cabin Provoke More Questions Than Answers by hotflashcarol.

    2013-02-14 10:02:28View | Delete

    The thing about log cabins is that these huge logs (if that is in fact what they are and it sure seems that way from the photos) don’t burn that easy. In fact that is one of the selling points about log homes. It takes a lot to get large logs to stay lit. Moreover, [...]

  • davidgmills commented on the blog post Euthanasia of the Rentier

    2013-02-10 15:23:12View | Delete

    Calling economics the dismal science gives economics a pass. It really should be called the fraudulent arithmetic.

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