Hottest in 125,000 years say EU scientists — as if Cavemen could measure the temperature to a tenth of a degree
Jo Nova: Media claims ‘hottest year’ was broken by 0.4 degrees! Homo Sapiens have had satellite data for 44 years, which only leaves 124,956 years of extrapolation to guess at the rest. Not one journalist at the ABC, Sydney Morning Herald, CNN, or anywhere, asked the “scientists” — how would you know? Do tell us, professor, what exactly was the temperature from November 6,789 BC to October 6,788? And to a tenth of a degree, and globally. I heard it was hot?
Try to imagine what kind of miraculous science makes these headlines make sense? Did the EU team find neolithic newspapers hidden in caves in Turkey? Could they reconstruct temperatures from 10,000 BC to 1978 to a tenth of a degree Celsius. And not just Turkish temperatures but ones in Timbuktu and Peru too? Those goat herders needed a satellite program. Perhaps clay pots powered with goat dung?
‘A Backseat Driver And Nanny’: Thomas Massie Speaks Out On ‘Kill Switch’ Provision That Could ‘Disable’ Vehicles
https://dailycaller.com/2023/11/09/a-backseat-driver-and-nanny-thomas-massie-speaks-out-on-kill-switch-provision-that-could-disable-vehicles/ By HAROLD HUTCHISON Republican Rep. Thomas Massie of Kentucky said Thursday that a “kill switch” provision from the 2021 infrastructure law would be “a backseat driver” for Americans. Massie’s amendment to kill the provision was defeated the House of Representatives Tuesday by a 229-201 vote. The provision was included as part of the bipartisan infrastructure bill President Joe Biden […]
https://thefederalist.com/2023/11/08/house-republicans-help-dems-preserve-kill-switch-mandate-that-could-shut-down-your-car/ BY: TRISTAN JUSTICE House Republicans failed to defund a federal “kill switch” mandate Tuesday night requiring all vehicles produced in 2026 and onward to feature technology that can automatically disable the vehicle “if impairment is detected.” This lays the groundwork for corporate and government access to monitor and interfere with personal movement. By a vote of 229 […]