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Here’s a view of the winning scores from par since the inception of the tournament. The early years saw little variability, but since the 60s there were a lot more very high […]
I’m on the road—and in a chair.
(Direct link to video.) God bless Al Sharpton. I mean this. God bless him. This video—this service Sharpton has done us—is final proof, it seals all deals, dissolves all doubt, that global […]
Since the “Why models run hot” flap started a witch hunt in Congress, I thought I’d give the complete story of my funding for any work of any kind done on climatology […]
A very odd thing happened in Science. Turns out a famous weatherman has been forecasting highs in the 60s then 70s for New York City all winter long. But the temperature never […]
There it is. The TRS-80 Model I—with cassette storage! Z-80 microprocessor; over 4000 bytes of user memory, a.k.a. RAM, which—I shudder to write it—is well over 30,000 bits! I can’t recall, nor […]
This post is one that has been restored after the hacking. All original comments were lost. Would you mind pretty please making the predictions again? Happy New Year! Hangover? Since I engaged […]