- James IV: King of Scotland, Alchemist and Social Experimenter
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- Gill 5: Smoke and Mirrors? Some comparisons between Earth and Venus
- Gill 4: Should you trust the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)?
- Gill 3: Is run-away warming likely? Has carbon dioxide always been the main climate driver?
- Gill 2: Greenhouse Gases and Climate Sensitivity
- Gill 1: Changing Climates
- Russians funding the Greens
- An N-dimensional space representation of the problem of initial values with ensemble forecasting
- Simple 1/f noise generator
- It’s snowing again – again!
- Small but significant risk of major loss of life in Scotland
- BBC Newsnight hit by PIW (Politically Incorrect Water)
- It’s snow (again)
- The Anti-Greenhouse Effect (yes it is called that LOL)
- Analysis of a joke
- Our snowiest winter
- Ball wins: All it took was a few decent people willing to stand up against tyranny.
- On the nature of scepticism: Sceptic versus science
- Does this paper prove there is virtually no CO2 greenhouse effect?
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- The Truth about the Highland Clearances
- Scots: more words for rain than Eskimos for snow
- The real difference between black and white
- How to run a house off the car battery
- Enerconics: The Relationship between Energy and GDP
- Do Braided Rivers exist?
- GreenHouse Effect
- Please Watch this video detailing appalling high profile corruption in Scotland
- Pizzagate true or false? Verdict: likely both a real scandal AND fake news.
- Ranking of climate blogs (Dec 2013)
Author Archives: Scottish-Sceptic
A while back I wrote an article saying it was the snowiest winter we had had. We then got the so called “beast from the east”. That brought Scotland to a standstill. For a few days it looked like it … Continue reading
Before the snow deluge, this winter had been worse than any in the 20 years we’ve lived in this location. It arrived earlier it remained cold and we had frequent period of snow that lay for a few days. But … Continue reading
For years the BBC have carried what seemed to be an endless propaganda campaign on global warming. I gave up complaining when they falsely called us “deniers” but I can never forgive them for likening those of us who are … Continue reading
I’ve already declared this our snowiest winter in the last 20 years living here. The road is covered again. Whilst we don’t get as much snow as some would think (due to prevailing wind off the warm seas), we do … Continue reading
This is a little gem I’ve got to share. Apparently not only have academics been daft enough to call the original effect the “Greenhouse effect” – when greenhouses work in completely different ways, but they’ve gone as far as to … Continue reading
And on today’s “Fun with functions” … I’ll explain how to ruin a dinner party with a maths joke: “There are two types of people the world: those who don’t understand my humour”. — Mike Haseler (@scotpolitik) February 14, 2018 … Continue reading
Having lived in our current house for about 20years, like many people who live pretty ordinary lives, I’m able to reasonably accurately judge what has been happening to the weather in our locality. We’ve had longer periods of ice – … Continue reading
BREAKING: Tim Ball’s free-speech victory over Andrew Weaver – all charges dismissed! https://t.co/b6Dz1urSwr — Watts Up With That (@wattsupwiththat) February 14, 2018 When the history of these times are written it will be said that a few decent people stood … Continue reading
How many times have we heard various people proclaiming that we sceptics are “anti-science”. For those of us taught science at a time when we were taught to be sceptics: to doubt everything until it is proven by experiment, this … Continue reading
By a strange path (reading adverse comments by alarmists in a paper I don’t mention) I came across this paper by Robert Ian Holmes which on the face of it would seem to disproves the Greenhouse effect as commonly stated: … Continue reading