“…You start, you go in knowing that as human beings we never can achieve perfection,-“

Nick is one of those rare actors who actually lives and works like most of us. Growing up with the basics, learning to appreciate a hard days work and the fruits that it would bare. To this day, Nick owns, works and creates in his family’s wood working shop.

Spectacular Malfeasance From The World’s Greatest Climate Scientist

Very grateful to have people like Steve who take the time and effort to do the research to expose the FRAUD and LIES of the U.S. Fourth Reich. A government so corrupt, so criminal, they make the Third-Reich’s Ministry of Propaganda look like grade-school finger painting and ranting…

Real Science

Hansen wanted to show a non-existent increase in sea level rise rates, so he simply cheated by tacking on a different measurement system after 1993 –  and throwing in a completely fake Global Isostatic Adjustment in the post 1993 data.

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This graph bears no resemblance to the actual slow down in sea level rise which has occurred since 1954.

On the decadal rates of sea level change during the twentieth century
S. J. Holgate1
Received 17 October 2006; accepted 21 November 2006; published 4 January 2007.

[1] Nine long and nearly continuous sea level records were chosen from around the world to explore rates of change in sea level for 1904 – 2003. These records were found to capture the variability found in a larger number of stations over the last half century studied previously. Extending the sea level record back over the entire century suggests that the…

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Vagando…

 

The tick of cogs, passing links of chain to lower gears…amidst the sound of a spinning
hub and whirling carbon wheels

The rhythm of the road;
my flesh, all of my blood and bone…together in harmony- this mortal man and
refined machine

Atop high-tech composites, molded and shaped  into swooping, aero-lines,
I sometimes wander and too, I do often wonder. The Ride, like Life is fleeting,
always…

 

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“Country Roads explored on a Sunny Spring Day…”

 

 

 

Beware the Ides of Mud…

A short Saturday ride, with lots of drama and action…

Base Miles sure don’t come easy…as this was a ride to forget.
The roads were in bad shape, salt and water everywhere.  Then I sank my
right foot in the mud up to my ankle. Oh nice… (in my best Brit accent)

Then while at the local airport for a quick pit-stop….I was chased by an angry Rottweiler.
My quick thinking and memory of reading about how to fend off the pooches had me
fencing the 4-legged chap with my carbon steed. At first, I just tried to discourage him,
but he kept coming at me. So then, I attacked him, using the pedal to try and hit him in
the snout. But he was relentless.

Finally what seemed much longer but probably after about two minutes, an
elderly gent thankfully came running over and restrained the stout mongrel. Whew,
that dog Wanted a piece of me in the worst way…I remounted, bid farewell to the man
and the ambitious dog then sprinted out of the airport lot!

Another stop for a scenery pic and the bike fell over. Result? Scratched the carbon fork,
the rear stays and broke both bottle cages and that were not bad enough, I was almost T-boned a block from home. Aye, bugger me…


A T-6 Texan…(trainer) on display and ready for guest rides at George Walker Field
in Bedminster NJ