Tuesday, December 1, 2020

Warmies get Galileo


Here's a book you must buy for Christmas.  In a stunning reversal of logic, the warmies have put this guy on their side.  I always had him on my side, mainly for promoting the Scientific Method, and dropping imaginary cannon balls.

Anyway, I'm throwing in the sea level from my favourite station.  Sea level has made a big drop for this station.  I have a 100% correlation to world temperatures.  When this level drops, the world temperatures show a drop.  And there is basic physics (a mechanism) here.  No 'magic' needed.  

See the backgrounder link to the right for an explanation on how the sea acts as a big thermometer.


Penny said...

yah, gotta love language twisters.
Or as you call them english majors
I might call them spell casters- through spelling

It's the greatest magic show of all. Only thing is most don't have a clue.

btw: did you see the news about the comet?
Sadly I was indoors at the time, but, how wonderful it would have been to see that comet
Some Torontonians apparently did?
Were you one of the lucky ones?


"Delaney said the meteor would likely have to be fairly large in order to be seen in the sky midday. As a meteor enters the Earth’s atmosphere, it heats up, causing the air around it to glow.

Robert Lunsford of the American Meteor Society told Syracuse.com the large boom heard was likely caused by a sonic boom from the meteor. A sonic boom occurs when the meteor flies through the atmosphere, said Lunsford.

Lunsford said it’s uncommon to see a meteor in broad daylight, stating most rocks burn up while still high in the atmosphere.

Harold Asmis said...

Sadly, I didn't see the comet. I was in my deep, dark Toronto covid hole.

Anonymous said...

Mr Galileo would not have seen a flash either because it did not happen.


Harold Asmis said...

Ha, standard camera glint, the cause of many ufo's. :)