Clive Best

  • Road map to unlock the UK
    by Clive Best on 24 februari 2021 at 18:29

    The government’s roadmap to end lockdown is all  based on the modelling from Imperial College. Here we show why their report is too pessimistic and that lockdown can probably  be ended safely […]


  • Doomsday AMOC “Tipping” Claimed In...
    by P Gosselin on 27 februari 2021 at 15:01

    A recent study appearing in Nature, “Current Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation weakest in last millennium“, authored by Caesar et al, hints at a global climate system on the verge of […]

Joanne Nova

  • Herding the Democrat school of fish toward civil...
    by Jo Nova on 27 februari 2021 at 18:50

    Hypothetically, if someone were trying to divide a nation this survey is Paydirt It’s almost like a team is winding up the young and impressionable, stoking their fears. Republican Voters worry […]

Climate Scepticism

Energy Matters

  • Drone Strike on Saudi Arabia Knocks out 5% of...
    by Euan Mearns on 17 september 2019 at 20:46

    On Saturday 14 September the Abqaiq oil processing facilities in Saudi Arabia were hit by an air borne attack assumed to be a drone. Abqaiq lies to the NE of Ghawar, the world's largest oil field and […]

Jennifer Marohasy

  • Why Craig Kelly Resigned on Tuesday
    by jennifer on 25 februari 2021 at 23:23

    Craig Kelly has a huge following on Facebook. His daily posts were ‘liked’ and ‘shared’ by thousands, until he was blocked – disallowed, censored. His page is still there. He just can’t […]

Living on the Real World

Ron Clutz

Warwick Hughes

  • Australia descends into farce
    by Warwick Hughes on 18 februari 2021 at 23:01

    As we shambled into 2021 the PM seemed to be cruising towards an early election against a divided opposition and this week started with Gov news that “The Eagle has Landed” meaning the first […]

Climate Resistance

  • Texas: a crisis caused by policy, not climate
    by Ben Pile on 24 februari 2021 at 01:52

    Blaming climate change for the cold snap, or renewables for the blackouts, lets energy planners off the hook. In mid-February, an unexpected and severe cold snap hit most of the USA. It was caused by […]

David Appell


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And Then There’s Physics

  • Losing the sky
    by ...and Then There's Physics on 26 februari 2021 at 14:54

    Andy Lawrence, who happens to be a colleague, has just published a book called Losing the Sky. Andy also gave a brief presentation about it, which is what motivated me to write this post. The book is […]

Water Techbyrie

Hockey Schtick

Our Changing Climate

  • Misinformation in Planet of the Humans
    by Bart Verheggen on 30 april 2020 at 21:55

    Jeff Gibbs’ new documentary, Planet of the Humans, is raising a lot of hackles. Strangely enough, the documentary appeals to pseudo-skeptics as well as anti-capitalists and neo-Malthusians, but of […]