First published on February 3, 2014 Think Progress has a headline that screams, UK’s January Flooding Surpasses all 247 Years of Data on theRead More
First published on June 18, 2015, the 200th anniversary of the Battle of Waterloo “…”In the course of the evening the duke asked myRead More
First published on January 27, 2015. “… Minnie Freeman safely led thirteen children from her schoolhouse to her home, one half mile (800 m)Read More
First published on January 18, 2015. I am fascinated by the history of fashion. What people wear and wore is more than couture, itRead More
Pink Flamingo ‘rerun’ week continues… This is from March 18, 2014. Did you know that the dastardly, ungodly Big Bang Theory was developed byRead More
According to the science journal, Nature, we’re better out of the Climate Accord than in! Africa has become greener these past twenty years. EasternRead More
This afternoon Rush Limbaugh was bemoaning the fate of the Millennial Generation. They live in abject fear of imminent planetary destruction due to GlobalRead More
Maybe the title should be Liberals Are Strange. This current crop is. I consider Bill Nye, who is a scientific deity to the left,Read More
Okay, I admit it. I enjoy baiting global warming alarmists. It’s fun. A volcano on Isabelle Island, in the Galapagos, is erupting for theRead More
“Seek him who made the Pleiades and Orion, and turns deep darkness into the morning, and darkens the day into night; who calls forRead More
Did you know that the much heralded West Antarctic Ice Sheet that is going to melt and flood the world has been known toRead More
According to John Kerry, climate change is equal to terrorism. What if he were nearly a party to an extremely powerful volcanic eruption andRead More
Be afraid, be very afraid. This could be due to snow-pack, but with the increasing volcanic activity, world-wide, I would be very, very concernedRead More
A couple years ago when extreme cold slammed the southwest, it was not called a polar vortex, blamed on global warming or being treatedRead More
I had to watch it twice, once with the full screen. I keep thinking I wish the cat were bugging me right about now,Read More
The Pink Flamingo’s series into science, climate change, liberal versions of science, conservative versions, and abject stupidity of both groups continues. This is yetRead More
This is my problem. When climate change scientists make their catastrophic warnings, they are completely ignoring the historical record. In many ways, they areRead More
This is yet another of those ‘no brainer’ Pink Flamingo posts I decided to toss together as quick and easy. Nothing is farther fromRead More
The Pink Flamingo is a science freak. Let’s be honest here. I also find the far right approach to science to be disgusting. It’sRead More
The climate change dimwits did get one thing right. The dinosaurs were killed off by rapid and extreme climate change and global warming –Read More
There is no greater evidence for abrupt global climate change than what happened to the world around 565. The ancient world was abruptly changedRead More
The Russians are now shaking us down to the tune of nearly $800 million to launch our rocket-less astronauts to the space station. “…NASARead More
The Pink Flamingo spent much of late night Thursday and all of early Friday morning attempting to pray for the situation in Japan. AsRead More
NASA is under the gun about a heavy lift vehicle. The DOD just launched the Delta 4-Heavy rocket. Why can’t they play off theRead More
Arthur C. Clark, that great visionary always thought that life would be discovered on the moon, Europa. Titan will do in a pinch – but an odd one.
Titan is one of the most inhopitable “worlds” in the solar system.
“…Scientists had expected sunlight interacting with chemicals in the atmosphere to produce acetylene that falls down to coat Titan’s surface. But Cassini detected no acetylene there. Experts warn that there could be other explanations for the results. But taken together, they fulfil two important conditions necessary for methane-based life to exist. Nasa astrobiologist Chris McKay said: ‘If these signs do turn out to be a sign of life, it would be doubly exciting because it would represent a second form of life independent from water-based life on Earth.’ Scientists believe that when the Sun swells up, swallowing Earth, conditions could be ideal on a warmer Titan. Professor John Zarnecki, of the Open University, said: ‘We believe the chemistry is there for life to form. It just needs heat and warmth to kick-start the process.
[caption id="attachment_13225" align="aligncenter" width="595" caption="Ash and Lightning Above an Icelandic Volcano Credit & Copyright: Marco Fulle (Stromboli Online)"][/caption]Read More
For those among you who think the world is coming to an end and we are witnessing something unusual with the eruption of Eyjafjallajökull, well, guess again.
If things continue, the Royal Navy is going to do the rescue thing and bring Brits stranded in airports home!Read More
This week Planet Earth caught a break, literally. The largest solar prominence in nearly 20 years exploded off the face of the Sun. Capable of massive electrical disruptions with something akin to a EMP, it hit the planet a couple of days ago. Then again, the fireworks in Iceland may be just enough to push the planet into a little ice age.Read More
Once the ash cloud hits the upper atmosphere, start watching for some glorious sunsets!
Every once in awhile The Good Lord (and I am not taking about Obama) thumbs His nose at humanity, and proves in some rather strange way that He doth indeed harbor a sense of humor. While nothing humorous is going on with the current volcanic upset in Iceland, it does prove that His power is far greater than man’s. There is a wonderful irony here, rather like one of those Ten Commandments moments, a note to Al Gore, sort of a, “Umm, big guy, I’M THE ONE in charge!”Read More
Last year Sebastian Watt proposed a volcano-earthquake connection. Geologists are now watching the region around the Chilean earthquake to see if he was correct.Read More