Tag Archives: science

The Fiction Of Energy Equilibrium

Thanks to the smoking ban, I now live such an isolated life that, unless Britain gets blanketed under an aerosol coronavirus cloud, I doubt that I’ll ever catch it, because I don’t meet anybody. The people who should worry are … Continue reading

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Optimistic Smokers and Pessimistic Antismokers

I’m so used to hyped-up health scares that I’m more or less convinced that the new coronavirus scare is just another one. If you fear the worst, this is a fiendish bioweapon that’s going to kill tens of millions of … Continue reading

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I Don’t See Any Climate Change Happening

Ashamed of being human: UK Professor: Only Way to Save Planet Is to ‘Let Humans Become Extinct’ It’s always a professor somewhere or other, isn’t it? What’s the matter with the universities? Giving birth to a child is “the worst … Continue reading

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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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