About big jonny

The man, the legend. The guy who started it all back in the Year of Our Lord Beer, 2000, with a couple of pages worth of idiotic ranting hardcoded on some random porn site that would host anything you uploaded, a book called HTML for Dummies (which was completely appropriate), a bad attitude (which hasn’t much changed), and a Dell desktop running Win95 with 64 mgs of ram and a six gig hard drive. Those were the days. Then he went to law school. Go figure. Flagstaff, Arizona, USA

13 thoughts on “66.6 degrees

  1. Hell, it was 56 here in NJ a few hours ago. I was out and about with a sweatshirt.

    Normal average high for this time of year ?? 35.

    I’m with you on the strangely comfortable bit.

    That said. I’m finding some wood to knock on. Not that I believe in that superstitious horse-shit.

    Just saying.

  2. I dont think I even left the house today, regardless of snow/no snow on the ground. In fact, I’m still in my underpants.

    So there.

  3. We had fuckin tornadoes in KY yesterday, it’s fuckin january! Pay back’s a bitch! I love my mother, earth… spare me. I was in shorts a few days ago, you gots to be jokin.

  4. …cycle jerk…”we broke the planet”…good comment, dude…

    …i’ve said it before & i’ll say it again…global warming, enjoy it while you can cuz the downside is a bitch when it comes around…

  5. weather patterns fluctuate, humans cannot change the climate, if you want to stop CO2 emissions go plug a volcano. Hopefully we will be goaded into believing some other life-threatening impending doom (see communism, Cold War, Nuclear War) before all the bandwagoning liberals and eco-freaks do too much damage.

  6. I see your damage and raise you facts:

    Present-day carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from subaerial and submarine volcanoes are uncertain at the present time. Gerlach (1991) estimated a total global release of 3-4 x 10E12 mol/yr from volcanoes. This is a conservative estimate. Man-made (anthropogenic) CO2 emissions overwhelm this estimate by at least 150 times.

    Source: volcano.und.edu/vwdocs/Gases/man.html

  7. “weather patterns fluctuate, humans cannot change the climate, if you want to stop CO2 emissions go plug a volcano. Hopefully we will be goaded into believing some other life-threatening impending doom (see communism, Cold War, Nuclear War) before all the bandwagoning liberals and eco-freaks do too much damage.”

    Hopefully we will be goaded into believing in a old guy who lives in the sky; who really cares about butsecks; who tells us the planet is 6000 years old….

    Oh… right. Some idiots already believe that.

  8. from: http://www.ees.nmt.edu/Geop/mevo/geochem/co2.html
    The total flux of CO2 from Mt Erebus is 1,850 Mg/d (Megagram (metric tonne)) Table 2 lists the volcanic output in ranking by the available CO2 flux data for subaerial volcanoes worldwide. This ranks Mt Erebus within the top ten known CO2 producing volcanoes in the world. Kopenick et al., 1996, report the accuracy of this direct airborne technique of measuring volcanic CO2 flux to be within 10% when evaluated at a coal-burning power plant.

    Table 2. Volcanic CO2 Emissions

    Volcano CO2 Flux
    (tonnes per day)
    average value*
    Mt. Etna (Antarctica) 70,000

    The rest of the table available on the website. This doesn’t even take into account all of the underwater volcanoes and faults that cover the Earth. Remember the Earth is 70% water. We can only measure(estimate) CO2 from 30% of the volcanoes. CO2 rises, even underwater.

    read: http://www.nov55.com/gbwm.html to read the other side.

    It is a well established FACT that ALL human activity accounts for less than 8% of ALL CO2 emissions. If the atmosphere were to be laid out on football field the percentage of CO2 would equal 1″. But, we as humans contribute 8% of this 1″ of 100yards and “we” are causing global warming “at an unprecedented rate”. Bull.

    It has been shown that temperature rises THEN CO2 levels increase. That stupid Mann hockey stick presented by Mr. Gore has been shown to be flawed. It was after all a computer model, with numbers imputed by humans. Read: http://www.technologyreview.com/Energy/13830/

    I am all for saving money on gas by having cars that get better mpg, it can be done, but Detroit and the lobbyists keep it from happening. It is great to see that there are government subsidizes programs for wind farms, but change occurs slowly. Let it occur, Capitalism works. This is why we are the biggest and baddest. If we need hybrids one day because oil gets that scarce then thats what we will build. If coal gets scarce then we will build more wind farms, there is enough wind in just 3 states to power the entire nation, we just need to update our transmission lines to utilize the resource. Humans are a parasite on the Earth anyway. Might as well just kill-self.