Monthly Archives: July 2011

Are the DECC bent on destroying UK Industry?

There is a real quandry with the UK Governments wish to be the greenest country in the world. To do so destroys UK Manufacture. Right, we need to reduce our need for imported coal and gas for the stability of … Continue reading

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Forecasting Future Weather Trends

Climate Change and AGW rely to a great extent on extremely expensive computer models such as that used by the University of East Anglia. These have proved doubtful at best and sometimes completely misleading. We have a much cheaper and … Continue reading

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Al Gore and the Myth, a truly Inconvenient Truth

Al Gore made fame or infamy by his educational film, “An Inconvenient Truth”. In Truth it was nothing but an Inconvenient Lie. Unfortunately, for so many young people, it was part of an indoctrination that prevents them from a proper … Continue reading

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Logic

A recent article by that thorn in the DECC’s side Chris Booker has again asked where the government is headed. Click here to read. Following the logic discussed by one commentator makes a reasonable conclusion. Developers talk about capacity as … Continue reading

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Global warming/cooling/warming/cooling?

Same experts that got out politicians so worked up in the first place and ridiculed any sceptics(?) that questioned their Consensus over future climate change. Have a look at this Daily Mail report  What really disgusts me is that we, poor old Joe Bloggs, … Continue reading

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Farmers are encouraged to cash in on scramble for wind

I farm my land but due to arriving after the party started do not get any single farm payment. This farm previously had been a deer farm and therefore outside the scheme. What I learnt over many years is that … Continue reading

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The Wake for the Wilds – Finale

Let the words of Janet Donnelly speak for themselves: We have come here today because we are the lucky ones. We are lucky because we are the last generation who remember and who have had a chance to be inspired … Continue reading

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