March 22, 2012
“Beginning in mid-March, however, its various offices began issuing bulletins that sounded slightly shaken. “There’s extremes in weather, but seeing something like this is impressive and unprecedented,” ”
“It’s hard to overstate how impossible this weather is—when you have nearly a century and a half of records, they should be hard to break, much less smash.”
There’s nothing much that needs to be added to this:
90 Degrees in Winter: This Is What Climate Change Looks Like
October 7, 2011
Once again, Calamities of Nature gets it dead right.
September 28, 2011
“When you think about it, a lot of things have happened already,” Ennis added. “That’s what history is.”
What a wonderful revelation.
The Onion has thoughtfully presented an essay on a radical new concept. In simple, easy to comprehend language, historians offer ready-made guidelines for The Nation to use when making decisions.
August 22, 2011
I don’t know why I gave even a wry chuckle at this. There is no reason, no logic, no sense in what the republicans proclaim.
If you truly despise big government, then what are you taking money for?
July 8, 2011
For some reason this image won’t load, so it’s just a link. Sorry.
Lovely little commentary on US history – graphjam style.
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June 4, 2011
And now for the final three comics in Non Sequitur’s week long exploration of Argumentative Reasoning (first three here) or: why we have so many problems understanding facts.
Wouldn’t it be brilliant if politicians and media were required to state facts clearly, without spin? And cite their sources, and list consequences of the advocated actions? Of course, it would be so boring to most people that no one would pay any attention.