Climate Advocate Ship of Fools University Bans Teaching Potentially Offensive Facts

Guest essay by Eric Worrall h/t JaneHM – the University of New South Wales, the home university of Chris Turney, leader of the Ship of Fools expedition which got stuck in the Antarctic ice, has just forbidden lecturers from teaching anthropological historical facts which might offend Australia’s indigenous community. University bans ‘inappropriate’ scientific data about…

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President Trump Slams Renewable Energy at the G20

Guest essay by Eric Worrall President Trump has criticised other countries for pursuing technology which doesn’t work. Trump rejects need for climate action at G-20: US has ‘cleanest’ water and air ‘we’ve ever had’ BY ARIS FOLLEY – 06/29/19 04:08 PM EDT President Trump broke with the Group of 20 (G-20) nations on the need for climate change action…

For bee alarmists, Groundhog Day comes in June

Will activists finally admit their sins and break out of their pesticide-blaming time loop? Paul Driessen Did you think Goundhog Day only comes in February? For anti-insecticide zealots and others in the environmentalist movement who’ve been preoccupied for years with bees and “colony collapse disorder,” it actually comes every June. That’s when the Bee Informed…

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Claim: Russia will be Ruined by the Clean Energy Transition

Guest essay by Eric Worrall According to Forbes, when renewable energy programmes like Germany’s Energiewende mature, demand for Russian fossil fuel will collapse. Will Russia Survive The Coming Energy Transition? Jun 27, 2019, 10:35amAriel Cohen Contributor  A new global energy reality is emerging. The era of the hydrocarbon – which propelled mankind through the second stage…

Battery Storage – An Infinitesimally Small Part of Electrical Power

 Guest essay by Steve Goreham Large-scale storage of electricity is the latest proposed solution to boost the deployment of renewables. Renewable energy advocates, businesses, and state governments plan to use batteries to store electricity to solve the problem of intermittent wind and solar output. But large-scale storage is only an insignificant part of the electrical…

A conversation with John Christy, for Association des climato-réalistes

Guest interview by Grégoire Canlorbe John Raymond Christy is a climate scientist at the University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH) whose chief interests are satellite remote sensing of global climate and global climate change. In February 2019 he was named as a member of the EPA Science Advisory Board. In May 2019 he was interviewed…