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Old and New Realities

I don’t know what news to believe any more. It didn’t used to be this way. It used to be that you turned on the radio or TV and you got news out of it like you got water out … Continue reading

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The Other Catastrophic Anthropogenic Global Warming

A month or so back I showed a video of my bubble model of the atmosphere, which had bubbles of air rolling over the surface of the earth, and bouncing off each other. I was particularly pleased that the air bubbles … Continue reading

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Uncomfortable Hand-holding

Last Thursday Theresa May made a speech in Philadelphia at some sort of Republican conference, and got a standing ovation. That was a bit of a surprise: she doesn’t usually get standing ovations. So I watched the speech: Various things … Continue reading

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Reproducing Global Warming

A month or so back, in Strange Journey I described an experiment that I’d conducted with my orbital simulation model, where I’d dropped a ball bearing on the surface of the rotating Earth, and watched it roll (or rather, bounce) … Continue reading

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David Hockney, Myron Ebell

H/T Harley for this Guardian piece about David Hockney: He’s voted only twice in his life – he is a British citizen who has lived much of his adult life in the United States. He noticed around his neighbourhood there … Continue reading

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Shouting People Down

A couple of people have mentioned the new “plain packs”. Maybe these are an example? And they have the nerve to call it “plain packaging”? That’s really just another lie in a very long litany of lies. They’ve swept the … Continue reading

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Mathematical Bamboozling

The back story on that fireball video I posted up last night is that it was seen over southern Russia (somewhere near Ufa) on the evening of 11 February 2013, four days before the big Chelyabinsk fireball. I’d seen the … Continue reading

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