The Evils of Climate Enthusiasm

Address to the Alumni of Warrane College, University of New South Wales Academic Dinner, September 2017 Dr Howard Thomas Brady No matter our age we are all adapting to circumstance. I would never have thought, after I went away to be a Catholic priest at the age of 16, that 20 years later I would…

He’s Baaaaaaaccckkk! (Oy)

I received this email tip from reader Thomas Bakewell (HT, HT) who wrote: Pen Hadow, of the 2009 Caitlin Arctic Expedition is on the loose again! Here’s the link to the BBC story which is mostly a short video. Here is a quote: British explorer Pen Hadow and his crew have set sail from Alaska, in an attempt…

Caught Red-Handed: Google Search Suppresses Climate Realism

Claims that Google Search improperly downranks some websites are frequent but not always correct, and they’re hard to prove even if they are. But the latest available (May 2017) Google Search Quality Evaluation General Guidelines provide conclusive proof of intentional, severe, and malicious suppression of climate realist views.  A quote: “High quality information pages on…

Banishing Questions and/or Dissenting Viewpoints

by Russell Cook Imagine a scenario where you believe a lack of public understanding about a critically important scientific issue is impeding progress on solving the issue. Since many common people communicate through social media, you’d welcome inquiries and constructive criticism from myriad Twitter users because this would allow you to not only solidify the…

The first rule of advocating for climate change-related legislation is: You do not talk about "climate change."

From Physorg and the “if we can just figure out how to conceal the taste with sugar” movement. Context is king when advocating for renewable energy policies, according to political science professor June 30, 2017 by Sonia Fernandez Credit: University of California – Santa Barbara The first rule of advocating for climate change-related legislation is:…