It was then that he knew what he had to do
He had to stop all the ghosts that were comin’ through
He’s here to fight for me and you!
Happy tenth anniversary to Danny Phantom!!
Happy World Oceans Day!
Flashback to 2012 when the important issue of ocean acidification was blown away by pop culture stories. Have things changed for the better since then?
Absolutely spectacular shot of lenticular clouds over the Sandwich islands.
Also known as altocumulus standing lenticularis, these are stationary, lens-shaped clouds that form at high altitudes.
These clouds form when moist air is forced to flow up around mountains and large hills. The water is super cooled and condensed from air below the dew point temperature.[x]
"Regulating carbon emissions will kill jobs and harm the economy. Stop the liberal agenda."
"Yeah, you’re right. Losing some jobs through a transition to cleaner energy technology is worse than life on earth being threatened. Let’s not do anything."
I think I can’t handle Tumblr anymore. The ignorance is too much.
John Oliver drops another truth bomb on climate denial.
Listen to his whole interview on Climate Desk’s Inquiring Minds: http://www.motherjones.com/media/2014/05/john-oliver-last-week-tonight-interview-politics-comedy-hbo
A group of marketing researchers at University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign decided to tackle the problem of gender bias by analyzing a peculiar statistical anomaly: hurricanes with female names tend to be more deadly than ones with male names. And that was only the first thing they did wrong.
The findings of the researchers at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, that people tend to take male-named hurricanes more seriously, have been all over the news the last couple of days. Here’s a different take on that.
A roommate was talking to me about this yesterday and I thought it sounded like utter rubbish. Looks like I was right. Pseudoscience at its finest. Take any radical feminism outcry with a grain of salt.
Arkansas looks like Texas.
Missouri looks like Texas.
Ohio has evergreen trees, so it must not be Texas.
Pennsylvania looks more like Kentucky than Kentucky does.
All the middle states look like each other. It’s almost as if state boundaries are completely political in nature.
This has been one Texan’s expert opinion.