Clive Best

  • Modelling Coronavirus
    by Clive Best on 2 april 2020 at 18:50

    One should always be cautious of entering a field you know nothing about! However I wanted to understand better how epidemic models work since these are now the primary driver affecting government […]


Joanne Nova

  • Trump threatens funds for WHO because they...
    by Jo Nova on 9 april 2020 at 17:54

    Finally, one world leader calls a spade a turkey. The US is the largest funder to the World Health Organisation, yet the WHO acts in China’s best interests. On January 31 the WHO could have […]

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

  • Falling Sea Levels, a Rainbow and a Full Moon
    by jennifer on 7 april 2020 at 22:36

    I was there again on the wave cut platform to see how high the waves broke on the very highest tide for this month, and also to exercise. (During this Corona virus pandemic we are allowed outside to […]

Living on the Real World

  • Covid-19 and poverty.
    by William Hooke on 9 april 2020 at 11:41

    “The disease is not a great leveler, the consequences of which everyone — rich or poor — suffers the same… This is a health issue with huge ramifications for social welfare […]

Ron Clutz

  • Coronavirus Statistical Games
    by Ron Clutz on 8 april 2020 at 16:23

    Robert Stacy McCain writes at the Spectator Coronavirus: Statistical Stupidity Excerpts in italics with my bolds and images. Why were “smart” people so wrong about this pandemic? Two […]

Warwick Hughes

Climate Resistance

  • It's the End of the World… As They Know it
    by Ben Pile on 12 februari 2016 at 17:35

    One of the hypotheses posited on this blog is that the preoccupation with the end of the world is in reality a displaced existential, and altogether far more internal crisis. Where you can see […]

David Appell


And Then There’s Physics

  • Stay in your own lane?
    by ...and Then There's Physics on 3 april 2020 at 15:33

    Even though there are scientists who have the kind of expertise that might help us to better understand this pandemic, there’s a tendency to suggest that it would probably be best if they […]

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