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Ice Ages Are Not Fully Understood

Yesterday I read in Wikipedia: Based on past estimates for interglacial durations of about 10,000 years, in the 1970s there was some concern that the next glacial period would be imminent. Back in the 1070s was when I spent much … Continue reading

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No Equilibrium

James Delingpole: The Prince of Wales has warned global leaders that if we don’t tackle climate change in 18 months the human race will go extinct. No, really. Here are his actual words, in a speech in London yesterday to … Continue reading

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Hooked

I read somewhere recently that people go mad collectively, and come to their senses one by one. Couldn’t it equally be the other way round? Couldn’t it be that people go mad one by one, and then come to their … Continue reading

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Natural and Paid Research

I made a breakthrough yesterday. I finally managed to figure out how to get Milankovitch cycles working in my terrestrial heat flow model. I’ve been working on this model for the past 18 months, and I’ve always known that I … Continue reading

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More Groupthink

One major source of groupthink is specialisation. We all become specialists at one thing or another. All our knowledge is broken up into distinct separate fields. We all become experts at something or other. We end up knowing a lot … Continue reading

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Groupthink

The Sunday Telegraph columnist Christopher Booker has died, aged 81. Among the last of his publications was: Global Warming – A case study in groupthink. The executive summary explains: • A group of people come to share a particular view … Continue reading

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European Heat Wave

Satellite photo of Europe from a couple of days back: Guardian: France is braced for record-breaking temperatures in the south, and two people have died in Spain, as Europe continues to face a sweltering heatwave. Four départements in southern France were placed on emergency … Continue reading

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