What’s the Watts paper actually mean, Dude?


As a young man, my first mode of powered transport was motorbikes. Like all bikers, there was this thing you noticed about passing from the open countryside into a built up area. Basically, cities were warmer than the countryside, and exposed as you are to the elements on a bike, that was always welcome on a … Continue reading

Mullering the data.


There is this new sort of creature who’s emerged in the climate debate in the last year or two. Unsurprisingly, they all seem to spring from the alarmist side, but they all have one of those comfortably recognisable patterns of behaviour that I quite like. I’ll freely admit I’ve a slight compulsion to look for … Continue reading