16 posts • joined 24 Sep 2007
Re: S/360 I knew you well
I have great memories of being a Computer Operator on a 360/40. They were amazing capable and interesting machines (and peripherals).
Re: Cold enough yet? No? Just wait...
Peer Review (unfortunately) makes little difference these days. Just look at the cosy club of global warming alarmists at East Anglia's Climate Research Unit to easily see that.
P.S. Please post a reliable link to these so-called "erroneous assumptions", if you can, thanks!
Re: home brew
Even better, run Tiny Tiny RSS on Red Hat's free 'OpenShift' cloud. Then you can have your own site and access it from anywhere. It only takes about 20 mins to set up, and no coding required. Going good for me so far (2 days only).
Same goes for dinosaurs
Guess why there are no large dinosaurs left? Sure, some died out from environmental causes, but many became extinct because humans didn't like it when they came visiting.
Just like the Bible says...
God made the expanse [firmament or atmosphere?], and separated the waters which were below the expanse from the waters which were above the expanse; and it was so. Gen 1:7
So, I'm not surprised there is water in space with the same isotopic signature.
Try the Pale Moon
The Pale Moon project offers stripped down optimized versions of Firefox. www.palemoon.org
Panda was first
So, these companies have seen the light & are playing catch-up to the excellent free Panda Cloud Antivirus.
the new kid on the block
is Panda Cloud Antivirus.
Unobtrusive, detects more malware than any other freeware (Ok some false positives), doesn't need signature updates.
Do people still use Internet Exploder?
Not if they are tech savvy. Firefox or Opera are better and safer browsers.
Hansen's data magic
More fudged data from James Hansen, if he is running to form. It's amazing that he can get away with hiding his data, using invalid data, and using invalid data manipulation for so long - and still be regarded as an expert! http://tinyurl.com/6gb4rx
New amusement park ride?
I wonder if any amusement park "ride" designers are reading up about this?
Big Bang in trouble
The Big Bang is a hypothesis on trouble.
for something newer http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/323736/is_the_cosmic_microwave_background.html
The Electric Universe?
There is some theory called "The Electric Universe" which is supposedly wacky pseudoscience. Maybe there is a grain of truth in it?
There certainly is a large body of very shaky cosmology trying to present itself as largely proven fact - the Big bang Theory, for example.
Follow the BIG money
Wow, if true that is $11,000 for each of the 8 people that work there.
How does that compare with the up to $720,000 given to James Hansen (climate alarmist) by a George Soros company? http://www.notesinthemargin.com/archives/392
IPCC scam a failure
Over the last 20 years,despite its manipulation of climate science, the IPCC has failed to provide evidence of a significant human influence on climate.
One should feel sorry for ignorant God-deniers, not sack them!
Sure, creationist teachers get unfairly sacked if they express doubts about molecules-to-man evolution. But just because Christophobes are intolerant, is no reason for Christians to react similarly. They should be more tolerant.
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