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These items caught my eye – 10 August 2014

1: The diminishing influence of increasing Carbon Dioxide on temperature; 2: Opposing wind generators is not anti-green; 3: California Wildfires Not Unusual; 4: Avoiding blackouts just by replacing reliable power sources with intermittent ones; 5: The great diesel scandal; 6: Swedish Environmental Party makes a fool of itself (again); 7: Engagement vs communication vs PR … Continue reading

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These items caught my eye – 7 July 2014

1: New ice core sulphate records show Sun had more influence on LIA onset than previously thought; 2: Antarctic sea ice hits second all-time record in a week; 3: Infilling, Interpolating, And Temp Adjustments ….. As Seen On Individual Stations; 4: Holding Greenpeace accountable; 5: Phunny Physics; 6: Nick Stokes Shines A Light On USHCN … 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 – 26 August 2013

I thought I would, in this post, focus on what is becoming one of the most important areas in the energy debate, certainly in the UK. As per normal, the green activists have taken over the headlines; we have seen the usual scare tactics and distortion of the facts. What is this area? Why, fracking … Continue reading

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Dispatches – 23 August 2013 (Dichotomy – 2 of a series)

In my first article in this series, I looked at socialism and how it impacts negatively on the working class. In this post, I’ll focus on how the left have made their vision felt through the vehicle of ‘environmentalism’. Environmental activists and leftist ideology Those of us of a more libertarian viewpoint are not necessarily … Continue reading

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