Tag Archives: science

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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Hide The Decline

It’s been 10 years since Climategate, when thousands of emails between climate scientists were publicly released by either hackers or leakers. The Observer had a long review of the affair last Sunday: Climategate 10 years on: what lessons have we … Continue reading

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New Religions

Three minutes and twenty seconds into their conversation, James Delingpole asked 100 year old James Lovelock: “How do I get to live to 100 and beyond, and be as hale as you are?” And James Lovelock replied: “The most important … 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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Stop The Scaremongering

Leaving Brexit aside. Huffington Post: Sir David Attenborough has lauded teenage climate change activist Greta Thunberg, praising her “passion” and “insight”. The veteran broadcaster is currently gearing up to unveil his new show Seven Worlds, One Planet, which explores the differences in … Continue reading

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Why Can’t I Build Cancer Models?

Regular readers will know that for the past 18 months I’ve been constructing simulation models of heat flow in snow and ice on the surface of the Earth. For I had the idea 18 months ago that if a deep … Continue reading

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