Tag Archives: Global Warming

Climategate Unveiled

Poor old Richard Nixon, his voyeuristic penchant for taping his own conversations and tapping his rivals remains to this day the benchmark in self-incriminating scandals.  So, how did a small bunch of climatologists from East Anglia manage to elevate their … Continue reading

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Can CO2 reduction policies be an apt proxy for universal, pollution reduction?

Global Warming theory may well be proven false.  But, it promotes Carbon Dioxide reduction and thus can be a useful proxy for our Green future? The Global Warming debate is bit like a pantomime at times: “Oh, yes it is.  … Continue reading

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“When all the Watermelon Warmers admit their Lie” a poem by Maurice J.

Poetry – “a waste of paper” more like? Poetry is perhaps a little less fashionable than it used to be in days gone by.  To tell you the truth, I’ve never really been a great connoisseur of it myself.  Well, … Continue reading

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Australia joins the fight against Global Warming and gets a Carbon Tax – is it worth it though?

So, after much rhetoric and, sadly, very little, informed debate, Australia has a Carbon Tax.  We have stepped up and joined the European Union’s, pioneering, tax-raising, err planet saving, party.  What does this really mean for us, the taxpayers? On … Continue reading

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Ross Garnaut – the “gold” standard of environmentalism

Ross Garnaut is Australia’s economic champion who’s devising the Carbon Tax to help stop Global Warming.  He, however, has personally made millions from gold mining that has flagrantly polluted Papua New Guinea.  You have to admire the man for his … Continue reading

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