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The last century was essentially the century of physics. We went from thinking the sun shone because it was burning, to a deeper understanding of things nuclear like atoms, electrons, neutrons, mysterons and how to make our very own big bangs with a bit of fission or fusion by smashing or mashing them together. We’ve pretty much … Continue reading

Optimism, blogging and the big green killing machine.

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I’ve been writing this blog for a number of years now. Before that, I used other and much less effective means to resist the rising tide of climate alarmism and its lethal political baggage. Canute would have slapped his thigh and laughed in delight at my ineffectual but earnest efforts. The accent here is on writing … Continue reading

A species facing extinction.

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There are many reasons why a particular species may become extinct; a better adapted one elbows them out of their own ecological niche, the debilitating effect of a new disease they have no resistance against, over-predation or quite simply, their habitat disappearing completely. In general terms, it happens because there has been a change in … Continue reading

Green Myths : We must conserve everything.

Hard work at the start of a new life for one family.

There’s this unquestioned idea, that’s been firmly planted into the public mind. That idea is that nothing should ever be allowed to go extinct and therefore conservation of anything is automatically a good thing. It’s nearly universally accepted and yet it’s totally unnatural and fundamentally wrong. In stark terms, we and the world we live … Continue reading

Worried about climate change? Meh.

A climate of fear ...

Climate alarmism pushes a blinding variety of scares at the general public; Polar bears going extinct, droughts of biblical proportions, massive Noah’s ark type flooding, glaciers melting, sea levels rising, sea levels dropping, the polar ice caps melting, your Granny’s knicker elastic breaking, seas getting acidic, another looming mass extinction event, the rainforest disappearing, islands … Continue reading

Love is simply not an option.

There are more things in Heaven and Earth ...

Love is a word in every language. It has a lot of meanings and covers a lot of ground. It’s a universal. We make love but what we’re actually doing is expressing our love by giving mutual physical pleasure to each other and of course, it’s the best fun. Where there’s no emotional love there, … Continue reading

The steady-state environment delusion

A selection of galaxies colliding.

Cosmologists have calculated that our particular universe is 13.7 billion years old. It came into existence with the big bang, as did space and time. It’s big. It consists of lots of matter, especially hydrogen, which has aggregated into different objects. The ones we see in the night sky are the stars. We call our star … Continue reading