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These items caught my eye – 18 September 2013

No apologies for a tighter focus in this edition. The Internet has been mostly in thrall to the publication of the IPCC’s upcoming AR5. Despite the warmists’ attempts to deny the walk-back on climate sensitivity, it’s very clear that the obvious pause/stall in global temperatures over the last decade or so is causing them (IPCC) … Continue reading

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These items caught my eye – 29 August 2013

It becomes harder, with each passing week, to find new stuff for these updates. The Global Warming/Climate Change bandwagon seems to roll inexorably on, despite the mounting evidence of its utter stupidity. The tone of the debate becomes ever more frantic from the alarmists as they see their faith undermined by Nature on one hand … Continue reading

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These items caught my eye – 4 August 2013

1: Thank You, George Mitchell, For Fracking; 2: We could soon be paying billions for this wind back-up; 3: Free energy breakthrough? Holy grail of water splitting technology now achieved with sunlight, mirrors and seawater; 4: “What a bloody mess” … BoM data; 5: Biologists spreading misinformation: hybridization with grizzlies not due to polar bears … Continue reading

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These items caught my eye – 25 July 2013

1: Climate Change: What’s Happening?; 2: “the science is too uncertain to justify a single estimate of future rises.”; 3: Joe Bastardi Says Obama’s Energy Policy Based On Easily Disproven Assumptions.; 4: What on “Earth” is going on at the U.K. Met Office?; 5: The Changing Face of AGW Alarmism; 6: The Death Rattle Of … Continue reading

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These items caught my eye – 16 June 2013

1: We are running out of time, again; 2: Climate change is happening. Of course it is.; 3: The Continuing Collapse Of The Global Warming Hoax; 4: True cost of Britain’s wind farm industry revealed; 5: Watermelon Energy Policy – Green Renewables backed by Red Diesel; 6: Pachauri’s great expectations (July 2009) vs reality (June … Continue reading

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