The more information revealed about the Fourth Reich NAZI’s of the U.S. the more it is clear we in the States, live under one of the most evil, war mongering, oppressive, scumbag regimes in the world. It’s just so subtle, that most muppets cannot wrap their heads around it.
#PoliceState #NationalisticWesternOrderNazis #FourthReich
As of 1999, NASA GISS showed the US in fairly strong cooling trend since the 1930s. That didn’t suit the global warming agenda, so they have repeatedly cooled the pre-1960 years, and warmed the years after the 1960s – in order to create a warming trend which doesn’t exist and didn’t happen.
The frequency of hot days in the US has plummeted since the 1930s.
The people at NCDC and GISS are defrauding Americans with their data tampering.
“Of all our research on tires, the most revolutionary finding is this: Tire pressure has almost no effect on a tire’s speed.” – “This finding has revolutionized our understanding of tires. In the past, we all thought that higher tire pressures made tires roll faster.”
Thanks to Jan Heine, Editor of Bicycle Quarterly for this excellent and informative article
Of all our research on tires, the most revolutionary finding is this: Tire pressure has almost no effect on a tire’s speed. We did not believe it at first, either, so we’ve tested it numerous times. It’s been confirmed numerous times, with different methodologies.
The real revolution is not how you use your pump… What has totally changed our riding are the wide, supple tires, which only work because of this new insight.
First, let’s look at the data. Here is one experiment: We ran three different 25 mm tires (a supple clincher, a supple tubular and a harsher-riding clincher) at pressures from 4.5 and 9 bar (65 and 130 psi). These tests were done on very smooth asphalt (above), a surface where high pressures should offer the greatest advantages.
There is no relationship between tire pressure and performance in the tested range. (Lower and higher pressures are unsafe to…
-“Clearly, the pathology that characterizes the American police state has passed down to the schools. Now in addition to the government and its agents viewing the citizenry as suspects to be probed, poked, pinched, tasered, searched, seized, stripped and generally manhandled….”
As a twenty something (non cycling) punk, Calvin & Hobbes was one of my absolute favorite comic strips and to this day still is! Bill Wattersons take and homage to the bicycle is both heartwarming and incredibly funny all at once….and for cyclists, oh so apropos!
Similarly, just as military equipment created for the battlefield has been deployed on American soil against American citizens, we’re about to see military technology employed here at home in a manner sure to annihilate what’s left of our privacy and Fourth Amendment rights.
For instance, with the flick of a switch (and often without your even being aware of the interference), police can now shut down…
A week and a half into January and I am suffering from cabin fever already…
With temps here in the northeast ranging from the single digits to the 20’s and some snow and ice on the ground, I have not been on the bike since the 2nd. Oh restless, I am growing! Hoping to get out on the weekend as it is supposed to warm up to the 30’s! (amazing the perception of ‘cold’ after the mercury plunges to zero in the overnight!)
So for now, I sit my lazy ass in a chair and watch some of my favorite videos. From the Grand Tours to MotoGP, to keep me amused and somewhat upbeat during the abhorrent cold-n-gray season! Today, I’m sharing a vid of one of my all-time favorite races, the Ulster Grand Prix.A quick last lap highlight from the 2010 supersport race. It is an incredible circuit (worlds fastest actually) and this was an incredible race….
If this doesn’t get the pulse ‘racing‘, you just might be DOA… 😀
The National Climatic Data Center has broken last year’s record for misleading the public about US temperatures. The thermometer data they use shows no warming over the past 90 years, and that 2013/2014 were two of the coldest years on record in the US. But after data tampering, they report a sharp US warming trend. The animation below flashes between the average measured and final temperature at all stations.
The total amount of tampering reached record levels in 2014, at almost 1.8 degrees F. They create the appearance of warming by cooling all years prior to 2003, and warming all years since that date.
Another spectacular milestone is that the now fabricate 30% of their monthly data. Almost one third of their reported monthly station data has no actual thermometer data from that station. This allows them to contaminate missing rural data, with UHI affected thermometers tens or hundreds of miles away.
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