Monday, December 16, 2013

Oh, NO!!!

Something else to worry about: The universe might collapse. Then again, at the end of the article we're told,

"It’s also possible that a collapse never happens.... If the universe consists of undiscovered particles, the whole basis for the prediction of phase change ceases to exist."

That's easy for him to say. We need to act NOW...just in case!

More scary stuff from the Rational Review News.


At 8:07 AM, Anonymous liberal jon said...

Welcome to physics Fred. It's an interesting spot - also not news - the sun will be exploding destroying earth in the near (relative) future. Doesn't mean we shouldn't be concerned about climate change. BTW note the use of the picture of snow on the pyramids on the HumCo Rep's site this weekend. This is why scientists prefer the term climate change (and have since the late eighties). Global warming can be used by those trying to deceive the public with pictures like snow on the pyramids to discredit what should be a concern - not a fear, a very serious concern.
BTW, snow on the pyramids is something that is very inline with the phenomena called either global warming and climate change. Extreme weather - cold, wet, hot, dry.

At 8:09 AM, Blogger Fred Mangels said...

No. It was changed to climate change so the could attribute just about any weather phenomena to human action. Too cold, or too hot, it's all because of man.

At 11:12 AM, Anonymous liberal jon said...


At 3:49 PM, Blogger Rose said...

Oh, for God's sake. Jon. THINK.

At 9:59 AM, Blogger Stephen said...

Actually, in utter reality known to us biomystics who ventured beyond the veil, the universe has already collapsed.

At 10:12 AM, Blogger Fred Mangels said...

Maybe that's why I can barely move around in this house?

At 11:21 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Stephen's universe collapsed when his sugar daddy, ol' Charlie Hurwitz, went bankrupt.

At 6:33 PM, Blogger Stephen said...

Cheese, where'd that dinosaur crawl out of? Hey, bud, E.F!, EPIC, all you bozos tried your utter best to defame me, Darryl Cherney libeling me on KMUD as you are doing, saying this hilarious slander, that I was "literally in bed with John Campbell because I was dating his daughter." Which was absurd as the woman I actually was dating at the time was about five years younger than John. My "sugar daddy", Hurwitz, wish that one was true.

In the bankruptcy of Maxxam I was representing Bear River's claim to PL's land and our Heartlands Project submitted a Palco Revision Plan that was pulled by another one of Leonard Bowman's lunatic economic decisions so Bear River lost out of the bankruptcy proceedings.

I suggest you enviro and Proggie slanderers do your research a little better so you don't get hung out to dry by me just reporting what actually happened vs. your lies.

And the wise in Humboldt County note that now EPIC spouts the same tune Steve Lewis did for almost 20 years before most enviros woke up. Evidently you never did, Anon 11:21


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