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Leaked emails “scandal” – where is the real conspiracy?

December 3, 2009

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http://www.lemonde.fr/opinions/article/2009/12/01/vrai-ou-faux-climategate-a-la-veille-de-copenhague-par-stephane-foucart_1274479_3232.html#xtor=RSS-3244 Recently the internets are alive with the so called "climate gate" scandal (so called because "nothing-gate" wouldn't really stick). In which climate scientists have been shown, against all expecation, to be normal human beings, and to employ jargon between themselves, and to in no way support the case of climate change deniers.But here's a […]

Why you shouldn’t go to Copenhagen

November 25, 2009

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A quick note before i begin: I'm currently learning a hell of a lot about energy and environment in a short amount of time so some of these ideas are based on knowledge that hasn't really had time to be properly digested. You are more than welcome to (constructively) critique. I also apologize in advance […]

Winds of change

July 13, 2009

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It carves mountains and forms landscape.It moves oceans and flattens citiesIt sent explorers round the world.The power of wind is everywhere, and the amount of energy it contains is astounding. A single hurricane contains  kinetic energy equivalent to half the worlds electrical generating capacity. And yet we have an industry dragging its feet over wind, […]

Speedy thoughts on climate change deniers

July 9, 2009

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This is one that's been going through my head a lot. Partly it's the sort of "that's what I should have said" frustration, only in this case the frustration is not having been present at a couple of discussions. In these particular discussions a friend of mine who has and continues to do excellent work […]