Category Archives: Democracy and global warming policies

Most climate alarms are scaremongering say geoscientists

Back in 2010, 43 Fellows of the Royal Society wrote to its then president, Paul Nurse, to complain about the unscientific tone of the society’s messages on climate change. Eight years later, a group of 33 current and former Fellows of … Continue reading

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Apocalypse tomorrow, maybe?

Andrew L. Urban. Once upon a time, many climate conferences ago (another 120 are scheduled for January 2021 alone, according to World Academy of Science, Engineering & Technology), Al ‘Almost-president’ Gore warned us of an impending “tipping point” in global … Continue reading

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NY resolution: No More Mr Science Guy

Andrew L. Urban. My New Year’s resolution for 2021 is to abandon reason and real science when debunking climate alarmist voodoo, and apply my own witchcraft (eg ridicule) to repel the warped gospel of The Church of Climate Change (CCC). … Continue reading

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Clinging to the science that isn’t there

Andrew L. Urban. So many alarmists, so few truths. They cling to the man-made climate warming mantra that ‘The Science” is unequivocal and settled, with some commentators and activists trying to contrast the global response to the coronavirus with the … Continue reading

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Left-leaning leaders doom their parties

Andrew L. Urban. The evidence is in. Jeremy Corbyn has done as Malcolm Turnbull almost did and Bill Shorten definitely did and Anthony Albanese is now doing: destroy the governing prospects of their parties – by leaning too far left. … Continue reading

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Climate change – as it really is

Andrew L. Urban. The most important and useful essay this year on climate change is an op-ed by Dr Judith Curry writing for a Madrid paper coinciding with COP25, the UN Climate Change Conference this week in Madrid. Not only … Continue reading

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Book review: The Delinquent Teenager

Andrew L. Urban. A bravado metaphor captures the reader’s imagination from the opening sentence: “This book is about a spoilt child.” We know from the cover that the book is an ‘IPCC expose’, so we know that spoilt child … … Continue reading

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Media failure drives climate change

Andrew L. Urban. Here in a nutshell, is the problem with the media’s coverage of climate change: on June 14, The New York Times‘ high profile David Leonhardt leads the online edition with an op-ed about heavy flooding in some … Continue reading

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Free list: climate questions for forgetful media

Andrew L. Urban Most members of the mainstream media seem to have left their list of questions on climate change policies on the bus. Ever helpful, and considering the relevance of the topic in this election, we have come to … Continue reading

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Unchallenged by media, warming lies burn democracy

Andrew L. Urban Mainstream media has thrown democracy under the bus. How well has the media done its job of holding power to account if after three decades of global warming hysteria, the deputy leader of the opposition – astride … Continue reading

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