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    Can We Please Swap Ardern for Senator Roberts?

    The Aussies apparently want to take our PM to run their country. There are many here who would also like Ardern to be running another country but we are too kind to wish this on our Aussie 'cousins'. Nevertheless, if those across the Tasman really want...

    Sheesh! It Was Only a 3000% Error

    Further information is now to hand on the Crescent Dunes solar plant which has now been officially declared dead. To misquote our good friends at Monty Python: It's not generating! It's passed on! This solar plant is no more! It has...

    This Is the Type of Thing the Facepalm Emoji Was Invented For

    We hear the constant dripping tap of the doomsters telling us we must embrace renewable energy, like wind. Quite apart from the bird mincing, the rare earth metal mining, the concrete, the noise pollution, the visual pollution, and their inefficiency, it turns out that they aren't...

    When We Demanded ‘Divest Fossil Fuels’ We Didn’t Mean Right Now

    In an exceptionally brilliant piece of bluff calling, Professor Andrew Parker of St John’s College at Oxford University trolled the idiotic students at one of the UK's most prestigious educational establishments. Two students at St John’s College wrote to Andrew Parker, the principal...

    How LOW Can a Green Politician Go?

    Luc Ferrandez is a politician from Montreal, Quebec. He was the interim leader of the municipal party Projet Montreal from 2014. From 2009 to 2019 he served as the mayor of the borough of Le Plateau-Mont-Royal. He is currently a member of the Projet Montreal municipal...

    Australia’s ‘Record Temperatures’: Why You Should Be Sceptical

    [...] Consider this analogy: you are tasked with measuring different lengths of timber. You start with a piece of string, stretching it from one end to another, and then measuring it off against a ruler. Then you swap to an old ruler with Imperial measurements. Later, you graduate to a metric ruler, but it only marks off at 5mm intervals. Finally, you make the last measurements with a high-grade steel ruler marked off at half-millimetre increments.

    Europe Shouldn’t Shut Their Coal Mines Quite Yet

    Grap your woollen hats, button your coats, buy a hot water-bottle; it looks like the world is going to get colder, soon. Scientists (real ones) have been speculating over a reversal of phase in the North Atlantic Current for a couple of years now, finding intermittently...

    From the No Shit Sherlock Files

    A recently finalised and published Ipsos Global Mobility Navigator Syndicated Study, interviewed 20,000 consumers worldwide on their opinions on alternative engines and what it would take to get them to consider one. Apparently environmental concerns are not necessarily translating into BEV sales. (Battery...

    Sorry: We Are Not Gonna Drown, We’re Gonna Boil

    I am so glad that there is a bunch of intelligent folks out there on the interwebby thingy that are a whole lot smarter than I and who have time on their hands to look into the ridiculous claims of the doomer alarmists.

    Venice Flooding Due to Climate Change

    Remember the repetitious media coverage in November 2019 about the flooding in Venice caused by climate change? The BFD. Like our media, the venerable BBC was on the case Have you noticed all the local headline coverage two...