Friday, January 3, 2014

You've Lost Another Ship?

Remember the ship full of global warming scientists who are stuck in the Antarctic ice? Yeah, the ship is still suck, but that's not why I'm updating you.

You've lost another ship?
I'm updating you because a second ship (sent to rescue them) is stuck. So at this point, the score is:

Massive Anarctic Ice Sheet: 2
Scientists: 0

At some point we need to talk to these supposedly smart people who keep getting stuck in the ice. I'm not being filled with confidence that these are our best and brightest. This is comedy gold. I'm sure even the penguins are laughing at these idiots.

You know what's even funnier? When Al Gore got a Nobel Prize in 2007, he said in his Nobel acceptance speech that the arctic would be ice free in 2013. Oh well, at least I have a new theme song for the global warming dopes:

Check out the hook while my DJ revolves it.


  1. Now I'm sure there was some suffering going on out there. I hear there isn't a Starbucks for MILES in the Antarctic.

  2. Oh don't worry about them too much. The scientists have got it covered. The crisis is now named "Climate Change" so it doesn't matter if the temperature goes up or down. But what if it stays the same for a while? Then what will they do???

  3. Things have changed during my lifetime. Smog in LA used to be much, much worse. We've cleaned up our act a lot with cleaner energy. Have you read "Fallen Angels"?

    1. Haven't heard of it. I'll add it to my Goodreads "to read" list.

  4. It's the one by Larry Niven, Jerry Pournelle, and Michael Flynn that Instapundit occasionally references. As with any book by 3 authors, it's clunky. It's also sci-fi which adds a layer of clunky. Do not buy, use your library card. I read it on Baen Books when it was offered free for a month. But like a lot of sci-fi, the idea behind it is very interesting.