If you live in an area once covered with ice, you may have seen one of those huge boulders sitting out in the middle of a field and wondered how it got there.
Burt Rutan sent this video to me last night, along with the following note:
Well, it’s not exactly corkscrewing, but if I had used the word “torus,” most people would have had no idea what I meant.
Humans flourish during interglacials (nature’s global warming), and we almost all perish during ice ages, says founder of the Weather Channel.
Caution: He enjoys throwing the “f” word around.
“We’ve got to get used to freezing temperatures – that’s what global warming is all about.”
A scale/size comparison to Earth. We are so small.
Here to bring us back to salvation, to pull us from the inferno of global warming, to be the levee that holds back the flood waters . . . . Al Gore!
It’s my birthday, so indulge me here.