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Coronavirus is a UK Patent Virus?

I’m in two minds over whether the Coronavirus epidemic in China is something serious, or really just another ‘flu epidemic. In a time when all health scares about everything are bogus, it’s most likely that this latest scare is bogus … Continue reading

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Building Models

Ricky Gervais didn’t mince words at the Golden Globes: Delingpole: Ricky Gervais Deserves a Medal for Roasting the Wankerati at the Golden Globes At the same event, Jennifer Aniston read out a message from Russell Crowe: “Make no mistake, the … Continue reading

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Environmental Tobacco Smoke Links 

Waltc sent me these useful links: ENVIRONMENTAL TOBACCO SMOKE  EXPOSURE:  1) “Mainstream and Environmental Tobacco Smoke,” Gori, Mantel; Reg Toxicol Pharmacol, 1991  Table 2 shows that from 1,170 to 1 million cigarettes would have to be simultaneously smoked in a … Continue reading

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A Polyhedral Global Climate Model

A Very Happy New Year to all my readers. I’m continuing to to slowly develop my little climate simulation model. In recent months I’ve included into it a Keplerian orbital simulation model that allows me to find solar radiation incident … Continue reading

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Humanity’s Largest Challenge Ever

Breitbart: The former archbishop of Canterbury, Rowan Williams, said Thursday that climate change is humanity’s “largest challenge ever” while warning that some climate change skeptics are driven by “sinister” conspiracy theories. Some people are reluctant to acknowledge the climate emergency … Continue reading

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Accelerating Climate Craziness

I first noticed the Global Warming scare in about 1990. But it only became difficult to ignore about 15 years later, when it started being all over the mainstream media, and I stopped buying the Independent when it got far … Continue reading

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Today

Today is Sunday, the Christian day of rest, and I’ve been thinking about the role of Christianity in western civilisation. And my principal thought has been that there is an enormous divide between those people who regard themselves as being … Continue reading

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