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Thursday, June 6, 2024

Climate Hell?

That is the latest headline from the climate ninnies. Warning that we have just experienced the hottest May in recent history. Meanwhile, back in the world where I live, its 62 degrees in my house and I'm wearing a hoodie to keep warm. If it was January I'd be turning on the furnace to warm the house up but I refuse to do it on the sixth of June! Yesterday's 'high temp" was about 60 degrees outdoors and with the raging NW wind it was downright cold outside. Good weather if you are digging ditches or shovelling grain but otherwise its winter boots and lined jackets over coveralls. Really wonder if I'm living on the same planet sometimes. https://www.cbc.ca/news/climate/climate-warming-copernicus-record-united-nations-1.7224438

Monday, January 22, 2024

Some INteresting Reading


Thursday, January 18, 2024

Jan 18 diesel test

I wonder if this will work. My lazy man's way of making a blog post. Just shot this video less than an hour ago. Its still colder and miserable than normal even for Sask.

Tuesday, January 9, 2024

Warmest Year Yet???

Interesting co-incidence that I woke up to the coldest day yet this winter at -15F. While in the background "climate change radio" (CBC) comes out with the headline that 2023 was the hottest year on record. Theres times I really need to turn the radio off. I can remember one hot day last summer. Canada Day, July 1 was aboout 90F so I decided it was too warm to drive the Merc to the local car show. Other than that I don't remember any extreme heat. Fall harvest, if anything seemed cool and damp. I'll agree that December was well above normal temps and hardly any snow. I guess that is the "warm spell" that has thrown the average temp for the year into the above normal category. I miss the days when all we had to worry about was pollution and the coming ice age. (1960s) In the meantime I'll keep warm by the burning fire.