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The Climate Pendulum

The current climate debate might be described as the discussion of a motionless pendulum. I think that all participants seem to agree that climate change is so slow as to be almost imperceptible over a lifetime, or several lifetimes. So … Continue reading

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Anthropogenic Pulmonary Warming

These days I spend much of my time constructing computer simulation models of ice ages. It’s not possible to do the same with tobacco smoke in lungs. And that’s because there’s a big difference between tobacco smoke alarmism and carbon … Continue reading

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Why Climate Scientists are Alarmists

I realised this morning why climate scientists are such alarmists. There was a very simple explanation for it. It’s been staring me in the face for the past year, as I’ve been constructing heat flow simulation models of ice sheets. … Continue reading

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A Variant Idea of Plate Tectonics

Most days I spend my mornings writing my blog, and then spend the afternoons and evenings developing my terrestrial glaciation simulation model. Currently in this model when snow builds up on the ground the surface rocks beneath it heat up … Continue reading

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Constructing Flow Charts of Influence and Money

Continuing with yesterday’s discussion, I’m inclined to agree with Joe L : It’s hard to choose what group is the “worst” enemy of smokers. They all play their parts in our discrimination. There’s a complex set of mutually-reinforcing influences at … Continue reading

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Stuck

Something Piers Corbyn said, that I mentioned yesterday: ‘How come there haven’t been any basic new ideas in physics since Einstein?’ He said he thought that academia had become corrupted. And people just carried on thinking in the same way, … Continue reading

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Jeremy Corbyn thinks there’s a “Climate Emergency.” Brother Piers does not.

Jeremy Corbyn, leader of the Labour party, seems to think there’s a “climate emergency“. Corbyn launches bid to declare a national climate emergency I wondered whether his brother, Piers Corbyn, who does long term weather forecasting, also thought there was … Continue reading

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