Mark Vogan has an excellent post up looking at past instances of early summer snows in the UK. Whilst 1975 is probably the most renowned it is far from unprecedented, although rare, and has a habit of being accompanied by ‘climate extremes’. 1,944 more words
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There’s an interesting post over at Bishop Hill as Andrew Montford continues to probe the warmist camp and watch their contortions as they justify their positions on why poor people in developing nations should shut up and be grateful. 465 more words
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The two fundamental problems that renewables face are that they take up too much space and produce too little energy. Consider Solar Impulse, the solar-powered airplane now flying around the world.
With our message from the Nazca lines, we expect politicians to understand the legacy we need to leave for future generations,
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Interchange ‘legacy’ above with ‘tyranny’ and you will not be far from the aims of the greenblob.
A must read guest post over at BishopHill.
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As I get older each year, the people I introduce to sceptical books, blogs and insights become ever younger.
This comment is awaiting moderation. They may not release because it’s a reblog comment (understandable ~ish) …or because it’s associated with WeatherAction and Piers Corbyn is one of their fiercest critics, according to the Independent anyway. 326 more words