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Getting Biblical

Headline I noticed this morning: UK weather ALERT: Heavy snow, ice, rain & floods as ‘biblical’ weather continues ‘Biblical’ is the operative word here. And the biblical event referenced is The Flood. But we live in ‘biblical’ times, it would … Continue reading

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The Malthusian Illusion

Thomas Malthus still exerts great influence. Malthus was a demographer before he was ever considered an economist. He first came to prominence for his 1798 publication, An Essay on the Principle of Population. In it, he raised the question of … Continue reading

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The Politics Of Panic

Picture showing how much water is on the Earth: Rather nice how they’ve drained the oceans and got the ice from Greenland too. It’s a slightly scary picture too (although I don’t think it’s intended to be). It looks like … Continue reading

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Mickey Mouse Models

Via Climate Depot: Climate Scientist Dr. Mototaka Nakamura: ‘Our models are Mickey-Mouse Mockeries of the Real World’ ….Today’s ‘global warming science’ is akin to an upside down pyramid which is built on the work of a few climate modelers. These … 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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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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Lone Gunmen

There seem to be, very broadly, three accounts of the Las Vegas shooting emerging. In the first one, favoured by the mainstream media, it was all the work of a lone gunman, Stephen Paddock. In the second one, favoured by … Continue reading

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