Monthly Archives: September 2013

2013 – The Year of Natural Scotland

This week the long awaited Scottish National Heritage Report 2012 The results show that the area of Scotland from which one or more types of built development can be seen increased to 71% in 2012, an increase of six percentage points … Continue reading

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Statistics IPCC Style

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Do you have faith in the IPCC and Climatologists?

I looked for a humorous image for this article and entered Climate, Scientist and humour into Google and nothing came up! Tells us a lot. The shrills screams of the carbonistas this week as the latest IPCC report is published is the … Continue reading

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Another Section 36 Wind Farm refused.

Harelaw Wind Farm, a 39 turbine 117MW development, was turned down by Scottish Ministers on the recommendation of the Reporter. Completing the encirclement of Glasgow had it been approved the reasons given were impact on the 52 local houses of … Continue reading

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Double standards – Is it the same here?

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Graphene – The super material invented in the UK

Graphene is a two dimensional material consisting of a single layer of carbon atoms arranged in a honeycomb or chicken wire structure. It is the thinnest material known and yet is also one of the strongest. It conducts electricity as … Continue reading

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Labour Policies on track to ruin Energy Industry

Ed Milliband single handedly wiped just under £1 billion off the share value of one of the few UK energy companies. After his latest promises that Labour would freeze energy costs for two years should they be returned to power, … Continue reading

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School Solar panels cause fire!

A school in Markfield Leicestershire, suffered a serious fire in a classroom thought to be caused for a PV Solar panel. This was attended by senior officers covering emergency calls during the fireman’s strike. This could well have been much … Continue reading

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The Whimbrell – an unlikely ally

The Whimbrell (Numenius phaeopus) is a wading bird of which 95% of the UK population, some 300 pairs, is to be found on the Shetland Isles. This is an important breeding colony and probably the most southerly of all. Despite … Continue reading

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The Unseen Costs of Wind Energy

Anger has been voiced after it emerged a company which built a wind farm in Northumberland has only paid £14,000 towards road repairs. Full Report Click Here Every day we hear of problems with these massive loads blocking roads, causing … Continue reading

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The Declaration of Lochinvar

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Whitelees identifies contamination of water and hides the facts

    Courtesy of the Times Newspaper This is a disgusting dereliction of duty by Scottish Power and the Scottish Government. Private water supplies near to Whitelees Wind Farm were found to be contaminated during tests in compliance of post … Continue reading

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Who would you Trust?

According to sources close to the DECC a senior Whitehall mandarin has been called in to diffuse tensions between Davey at the DECC and Owen Paterson at the Department of the Environment. Who do you believe? The squeaky clean defender … Continue reading

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Is Cornwall Sinking under wind and solar

Well when we get fed up with the midges and rain, never in Scotland!, we have tended to go down to the southwest, either Devon or Cornwall. Now it is a long drive from here so when we get there … Continue reading

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Borders SAR 50 Th Anniversary dinner tonight!

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Tonight I am speaking at the Borders SAR 50 th Anniversary dinner, it will be a special night for this team who cover an incredible and beautiful area. I was lucky enough to walk in the…

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United Nations Agenda 21 – Christopher Monkton

Global control and the future as others see it. A Conspiracy theory or an inconvenient truth. Until recently we would have veered towards conspiracy but then along came the now discredited IPCC. Then we became aware of the UNECE, United … Continue reading

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An Eagle’s Eye View

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An Insult to the people of this country.

Ed Davey’s recent comment about beating Stone Age objectors to wind is below contempt. That a Secretary of State has made these comments shows that he is not fit for office and should be removed forthwith. High office carries with … Continue reading

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O’Leary’s take on AGW!

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If ever there was an unsuitable location for a Community turbine!

We have had a heartfelt request for assistance from the good folks of Achiltibuie in the Barony of Coigach. From Hamish, a local tourist provider. I am contacting you in a state of great anger/ depression/ shock and disbelief. I … Continue reading

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