Tag Archives: Politics

Build A Model

I’ve been building a climate model for the past year or so. It’s my current big project. Before that my big project was an orbital simulation model. I’m always building simulation models of one thing or other, to try to … Continue reading

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The Politically Correct Doomsday Clock

I suppose I’m not really too surprised at this tweet: I wonder if he’s a Maoist like Barroso? They’re probably all Marxists of one flavour or other in the EU. I once ground my way through the first six chapters … Continue reading

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Dearlove

I was really quite shocked last night, courtesy of Fredrik Eich, to learn of the letter (left, click to enlarge) sent by Sir Richard Dearlove to the Prime Minister a couple of months ago. I don’t understand why I hadn’t … Continue reading

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The New Leaders of the Free World

I think the principal governing historical fact about Europe is that it committed suicide during WW1 ahd WW2. Up until that point Europe had been the economic and military and political centre of the world for 400 years. It was … Continue reading

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The Looming European Civil War

I have no idea what’s happening with Brexit. I read yesterday that Parliament had voted a) against a No Deal ‘hard’ Brexit, and b) against any delayed Brexit. But I also read that neither vote tied the hands of the … Continue reading

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Disturbing

This is disturbing: I’ve watched Roger Stone quite frequently on Alex Jones’ Infowars. He’s become a familiar figure. He’s a political operative who dates all the way back to the Nixon administration. And now he’s been arrested by a SWAT … Continue reading

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Political Geography

One of the odd features of the political geography of both the USA and Europe (and maybe everywhere else as well) is that coastal big cities tend to be left wing ‘progressive’, while the hinterlands are right wing conservative. In … Continue reading

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