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Lost In Fukuoka

With luck, and Parliament now in recess, there’ll be a quiet few weeks when I can think about something other than Brexit. … Like this article in the New Yorker: What If We Stopped Pretending? The climate apocalypse is coming. … Continue reading

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Hurricane Dorian

I’ve been taking some interest in the Category 5 Hurricane Dorian, which passed over the Bahamas yesterday, and is expected to turn north thereafter. Even though it’s the biggest storm for years, nobody seems to have been killed by it … Continue reading

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Warmists versus Coolists

In recent years I’ve thought that global warming alarmism has been fading away, largely as a result of Climategate in 2009, when climate scientists were revealed to be cooking the books and “hiding the decline” (in proxy air temperatures). But … Continue reading

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Buying Greenland

Donald Trump sure thinks big: Trump confirms he is considering attempt to buy Greenland President says bid would be ‘essentially a real estate deal’ Danish semi-autonomous territory has said it is not for sale It won’t be the first such … Continue reading

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Real Panic

A couple of days back I found myself listening to Brendan O’Neill talking to People Before Profit counsellor Fiona Ferguson about Greta Thunberg, the teenage Swedish global warming alarmist, and thinking that the global warming alarmism, which I had thought … Continue reading

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Great Migrations

Interesting: What we’re looking at is actually the biggest migration since the barbarian invasions of the Roman Empire. There will be tens of millions—scores of millions—of Africans trying to get into Europe. I don’t know how the Europeans will keep … Continue reading

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Asthma and Ice Ages

Chris Snowdon has an interesting graph showing how asthma deaths have been rising since the 2007 smoking ban: It reminds me that, about 100 years ago, doctors used to prescribe smoking as a treatment for asthma. Can anyone even begin … Continue reading

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