Monthly Archives: September 2019

Political pass the parcel bomb

I’m coming to realise that politics is a game where people try to pretend that they are doing what the electorate want (who do not all want the same thing) usually whilst trying to push through an entirely separate and … Continue reading

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MPs: be careful what you demand – because you’ve now got it – but for what?

Today a group of people who in a democracy have one vote like the rest of us, a vote denied us by the treacherous MPs in parliament, decided that they wanted an early say on Boris Johnson’s premiership, whilst the … Continue reading

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Greta – the last desperation of the alarmists

For those of us who are sick to death with a mentally disabled girl with no knowledge of climate science being paraded on the TV like a puppet, what we need to remember, is that the only reason they have … Continue reading

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Natural Variation

Natural Variation Of all the many issues that confuse climate researchers, natural variation, or as they in error call it “error” is one of the most important. Indeed, the very name “error” from “to err” etymologically related to “erracy” or … Continue reading

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Review of Dissenter

Dissenter is a variant form of web-browser that gives the ability to add comments to any website and so, make comments on twitter, wikipedia and I presume facebook. The idea, is that when you go to a website, the browser … Continue reading

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End of Marie Claire (A woman’s Magazine)

According to the fossil-fuel funded loss making Guardian: Marie Claire is just the latest titan of women’s media to fall, following Lucky, More!, The Pool and Lenny Letter. It goes on to say:  we are mourning the UK print edition … Continue reading

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Enerconics: supply and demand

Following on from the last article: Energy price: the effect on the ratio of tangible/intangible I was chatting to my daughter, and she brought up the issue of supply and demand. The short of it is that in a totally efficient … Continue reading

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Politicians in Contempt of Democracy

In a democracy, there is only one court that should judge political decisions such as whether a PM was right to prorogue a rat’s nest of treacherous MPs, and that is the court of public opinion. For three years now … Continue reading

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Energy price: the effect on the ratio of tangible/intangible

Introduction: tangible versus intangible In my last three articles on this subject: The value of fish The value of fish II The value of fish III I developed a way to value “fish”, meaning goods which had to be obtained … Continue reading

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Breaking the law of thermodynamics (energy only moves from hot to cold)

It is commonly cited by those who do not understand thermodynamics that IR energy (which they falsely call heat) can only move from a hot to a cold body. Life is too short to try to explain why IR energy … Continue reading

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