Tag Archives: Climate

Dear Politician – can I draw your attention to sunspots

To our politicians, I would like to draw your attention to an important subject and this is the odd behaviour recently observed in the solar cycle and the possible implications for our climate and its policy implications. Aim The aim … Continue reading

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The Plagues of Manchester

This piece caught my eye: “While loitering around Oxford Road shamelessly trying to be offered flyers for student nights to feel young again, Mr Cyst saw this Ford Focus completely covered in ice cubes. How did this happen? Maybe it … Continue reading

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Alternative Vote vs. First Past the Post

Left or Right? It’s a free choice! Back in my youth I was a liberal democrat and even stood once as a councillor (gaining 200 votes, or as I put it: doubling the vote). So, I used to be a … Continue reading

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What does CO2 really Contribute to global warming – 2nd Update

I have now received and roughly translated the majority of the paper from Hermann Harde. At 52 pages long this is a superb piece of work, but it will take me a few days just to digest what it says. … Continue reading

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Double Counting of "Greenhouse" Gas Effect

In a paper succinctly called: How much CO2 really contributes to global warming? Spectroscopic studies and modelling of the influence of H2O, CO2 and CH4 on our climate. Hermann Harde of Helmut-Schmidt-Universit├Ąt Hamburg, Germany presents a summary of their calculation … Continue reading

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Climate Activists Give Up

For five years there have been various climate camps in England: at Drax power station, Heathrow Airport, Kingsnorth power station in Kent and in the City of London. “Camps for Climate Action” who ran the camps first came into being … Continue reading

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Weather of Mass Destruction – and a Missing Human Fingerprint

After the series of inquiries on Climategate: The commons Science and Technology, Muir Russel, Oxburgh, Penn State, and others, each of which “vindicated” those involved. There’s more than a hint of suspicion of something fishy and underhand, a suspicion not … Continue reading

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Web of deceit

I think I remember reading the Independent in March 2000 when they reported that: According to Dr David Viner, a senior research scientist at the climatic research unit (CRU) of the University of East Anglia,within a few years winter snowfall … Continue reading

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Twinkle, Twinkle little star, how I wonder where you are.

A while back, quite unexpectedly, some contractors started digging up the pavement outside our house. Thinking it was a gas leak or other service and fearing that we might yet again have to fill up buckets or huddle around the … Continue reading

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