Which collapses first? The Euro or Global Warming?

It’s interesting to compare the two charades: The Euro and Manmade warming. Both of them exist in the absence of any substantial material support, and almost exclusively due to a huge political pressure that “wants” them to exist. In one sense, it is quite amazing that people can achieve so much with so little, in […]

Euro vs. Engineering: If it doesn't bend it'll break

There’s a simple rule of thumb in engineering which says: “If it doesn’t bend it will break”, or in more general terms: “if there is no give, it will break”. That is why if you examine any bridge (that is still standing), railway or large building you will discover expansion joints. These are joints which […]

The best of the comments on WUWT on sunspots

The following comments were taken (without permission … hopefully no one minds) from the article on sunspots at WUWT mostly in order of writing  (except the first!): http://wattsupwiththat.com/2011/06/14/all-three-of-these-lines-of-research-to-point-to-the-familiar-sunspot-cycle-shutting-down-for-a-while steven mosher says:June 14, 2011 at 5:32 pm “funny how skepticism about models and predictions all fly out the window.”