Monthly Archives: August 2013

wind farms are illegal

I received this from George Lindsay. We now have a situation where the international legal basis for wind non-science disappeared in December when the Kyoto Protocol ceased being legally binding and now the Aarhus committee have ruled the UK is … Continue reading

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The learning curve and Scientific theories

I just posted a response to Latimer Alder on Bishop Hill: Me: ‘The prevailing methodology in science is to create a model that fits the data. As such, scientists tend to assume all “science like” problems should all be tackled … Continue reading

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I have a dream: that our government will be chosen not for their colour but for their character

I once wrote:- I have a dream that my four little children will me day live in a world where they will not be judged by the colour of their party but by the content of their character. Today we … Continue reading

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Lenzie Moss Saved

An environmentalist at the “SaveLenzieMoss” campaign which I seem to have been nominally acting spokesman rang me today to say that we had saved Lenzie Moss. Whilst this isn’t strictly true as part of the Moss is still under threat, … Continue reading

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The End of the Age of Science

I was just thinking about the Lorry driver I met yesterday who was so vehemently opposed to “Alex Salmond’s folly” even though he was making money transporting wind loads. He wouldn’t care less what prof Jim Al-Khalili said about the … Continue reading

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BBC is an offensive lying bully

Over breakfast heard that the life scientific were covering the effect of the sun on the atmosphere. Given that there had been a move toward real science in the BBC, I was hoping for a … perhaps not entirely level … Continue reading

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