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These items caught my eye – template

Please remember to read the comments, as the information (and the links) contained in them often put the main article into context.. _____________________________________________  – Click here to read the full article _____________________________________________ – Click here to read the full article _____________________________________________ – Click here to read the full article _____________________________________________ – Click here to read … Continue reading

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These items caught my eye – 29 October 2013

1: Solar Activity Drives Climate Change; 2: The Austrian Way: The matter of high energy prices; 3: Do the Math – Count the cash; 4:Big Wind’s Dirty Little Secret: Toxic Lakes and Radioactive Waste; 5: Reality Check: Germany’s Defective Green Energy Game Plan; 6: When Governments Cite Greenpeace; 7: IPCC Adjusts Model-Predicted Near-Term Warming Downwards; … Continue reading

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These items caught my eye – 12 October 2013

1: IPCC: Fixing the Facts; 2: Fooling Reporters is Easy, Just Ask the IPCC; 3: EPA Attacks Only Coal Fired Power Generation; 4:EPA Attacks Only Coal Fired Power Generation; 5: Climate Prat of the Year award 2013.; 6: Satellite Sea Level Flashback!!!! 3 1/2 Years Of Dropping Sea Levels!!!; 7: Tractable Science and Climate Change … Continue reading

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An open letter to Nick Grealy (NoHotAir)

Nick Grealy runs a very informative website where he lays out the case for the exploitation of shale gas. The URL is http://www.nohotair.co.uk/ The website has recently been updated and I recommend a visit for any of you who would like some in-depth information on what the MSM like to call ‘unconventional’ or ‘controversial’ shale … Continue reading

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Dispatches – 31 May 2013

What is the Law of Unintended Consequences (LoUC) and why should we study its ramifications? Because, in a nutshell, its habit of sneaking up behind those who seek to control varied aspects of our lives, and biting them on the arse, impacts us, the people, more than it does them. Wikipedia (not my favourite source) … Continue reading

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