my walking weBlog

Tuesday, January 09, 2018

The Earth's climate has always changed 

Disclaimer: The fact the Earth's climate has always changed and will continue to do so is not up for discussion. It is fact. What is up for discussion is whether it is caused by mankind (anthropogenic) or natural occurrences.

What more can we say about it? Everyone who believes in anthropogenic climate change is either and idiot, wantonly ignorant or totally in the money-tank. Out west here they used to say: "There's gold in them thar hills." Now it's: "There's gold in them thar anthropogenic climate change lies."

Every doomsday utterance by mankind throughout human history has proved to be wrong -- anthropogenic climate change is no different and will be proven to be pure bullschitt.

Read what is on Breitbart  this morning by James Dilingpole referencing:
The Population Bomb by Paul Ehrlich

The punchline for me is this: "If you’re an environmentalist, there are no penalties for failure. 

Being so totally, comprehensively, embarrassingly wrong has never stopped Professor Paul Ehrlich being cited by the liberal media as a guru on environmental issues. He has never had to give back the millions of dollars he made peddling that enviro-doom snake oil in The Population Bomb.

Same goes to all those of his colleagues in academe who’ve been peddling similar nonsense about climate change, sea level rises, ocean acidification, species extinction and extreme weather.

Those few of us who insist on writing the truth about the environment: we’re in the wrong business, aren’t we?"

P.S. Keep smiling -- it drive 'em nuts!


Monday, January 08, 2018

Walking the 3800m Loop 

Monday I walked a 3800m loop over the mountain and back through UVic to home
Scoped out a few place to launch my drone from on Mt. Tolmie
Dull afternoon weatherwise but pleasant enough for walking at 8°C -- no wind nor rain.

Labels: ,

Saturday, January 06, 2018

We Walked Henderson and UVic 

University Art Saturday we walked 3km roundtrip from Henderson Park thru the university grounds to University House 4. This building is where the School of Environmental Studies is housed and thebuilding is most-easterly located on the university grounds.

Labels: , ,

Tuesday, January 02, 2018

Cranford Park along Queenswood Rd 

Cranford Park Beach Tuesday morning we walked a couple of kilometres around Henderson Park chiptrail and the university grounds.

A pleasant enough morning at 3°C with a bit of wind. Were dressed warmly.

Took a photo at Cranford Park along Queenswood Avenue. This was our first time here.

This was the first 2018 walk for Bernice.

The good news is Liam made it safely to London where will spend the night. Tomorrow he catches his flight to Nice, France -- God willing.


Monday, January 01, 2018

Happy New Year 2018 

Off To The Riviera HAPPY NEW YEAR 2018  
New Year's Day I walked a 3800m loop up the grind and over the mountian and back home through Finnerty Gardens.

A great way to start the new year but she couldn't make it.

At 3p.m. I drove over the legion to wish friends a happy new year. Home by 4p.m.

Liam was off to Europe new year's day.

Labels: ,

This page is powered by Blogger. Isn't yours?