1: Rosenthal et al 2013; 2: Historical Temperature Trends In Antarctica; 3: The Revenge of Lewandowsky – our deserts; 4:Solar Activity Makes Big Headlines; 5: UKIP, energy policy and the shift of public opinion on EU membership; 6: “as disconnected from reality as an abandoned wind farm is from the grid” …; 7: Shock News … Continue reading
In the same way that Greenpeace have no MPs but manage to influence large parts of our energy policy (by stealth thereby affecting our industrial strategy) it’s enough to exert influence on the direction of the debate. Ordinary people have had enough of countless lobby groups sucking at the tax-payers teat to forward their agendas. … Continue reading
A mixed bag of items in this issue. A look at EU energy policy (lol); A basic look at what we mean by Climatology (not as the IPCC define it); Two items on The Royal Society and its struggle to live up to its motto; Proof that cartoonists should stick to drawing and stay out … Continue reading
What do the members want from UKIP? Well, one member answers that question from her own perspective. So then James, what do I, as a UKIP member, want?
PhilJourdan May 3, 7:12 pm @ suyts, asked me; So talk to us about UKIP. I have read some, but would like your take on their recent victories. http://suyts.wordpress.com/2013/05/03/zero-warned-arctic-could-be-ice-free-in-two-years//#comment-67718 Ah, where to begin? First, you have to bear in mind that I’m approaching my 70th Birthday. The brain is still active even though the body … Continue reading