Friday, February 19, 2016

We Are The Grog

Ye olde blak hohl
I found this script in my basement:
"New data from NASA and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration suggest that January of 2016 was, for the globe, a truly extraordinary month. Coming off the hottest year ever recorded (2015), January saw the greatest departure from average of any month on record, according to data provided by NASA.

But as you can see in the NASA figure above, the record breaking heat wasn’t
uniformly distributed — it was particularly pronounced at the top of the world, showing temperature anomalies above 4 degrees Celsius (7.2 degrees Fahrenheit) higher than the 1951 to 1980 average in this region.

Indeed, NASA provides a “zonal mean” version of the temperature map above, which shows how the temperature departures from average change based on one’s latitude location on the Earth. As you can see, things get especially warm, relative to what the Earth is used to, as you enter the very high latitudes":
(Washington Post). It was an early erectile heating effort, which led to Calis, a covert insurgence.

So many are plumbing the depths these days.

Climbing out is said to be the hard part.

Does anyone know how the wireless works way down town like that?

It may not be a wonder that they like the tepid waters of the proto-specific.

ISIS cold, STEAMIS warm.

And now a word from Precilla and the gang:


  1. Great picks Dredd!
    Old and new, yin/yang, birth /death.
    Some days it's best to just drop by the lab when the light are off and think.. So much happening, gets hard to stay on the edge. Sometimes, letting the swells roll under me when surfing is just better than trying to catch one; just another energy driven motion anyways.

    All I know is that "company's comin'." Best to get ready!

  2. Glaciers aren't doing so well in this heat (From a Glacier's Perspective).

    "Lawmakers Call For An Investigation Into Shell’s Climate Policies" (Conspiracy Theory)