I am not a member of the deep state. I am not big government. I am a scientist, a policy expert, a civil servant and a worried citizen. Reluctantly, as of today, I am also a whistleblower on an administration that chooses...
Thanks to everyone who has sent good wishes for my new role at GWPF, or passed them on in person at Chris Essex's lecture last night.
Mining or mineral exploration is the mining process of finding ores. Due to the remote locations, power generation for mineral exploration camps is particularly expensive. Typically, power is generated by gensets, and the...
Readers are still complaining of 403 errors, which seems to be caused by posting of multiple comments in a short space of time. I have chased Squarespace and they have asked for more screenshots of the error messages - they...
Quite a few people have been reporting 403 errors. I put in a ticket to Squarespace and here's the response.
https://www.flickr.com/photos/spendadaytouring/3627047294Ahead of the Paris climate conference, Climate Change Predictions is having a lovely time reviewing all the previous "last chances" we have faced.
There's a new blog in the Climate blogosphere with a contributors list of: Alex Cull, Ian Woolley, Scepticus, dwestonfront, Paul Matthews, Geoff Chambers, Richard Drake, Barry Woods, and John Shade...
I'm away for a few days and so blogging will be light or non-existent (although the mod may add the odd post for readers to discuss).
Off Mon, 6 Apr 15, 3:00pm
It's the Easter break and the family is going to take some time off. Blogging will therefore be light to non-existent for a few days. However, Today's Moderator and Josh may post topical stuff from time to time.
Today I'm off to the Scotsman conference on unconventional oil and gas, so blogging will again be light-to-nonexistent.
Climate Change Predictions is a new blog on the climate block, which introduces itself thus:
Tom Fuller emails to say that he has reactivated his two climate and energy blogs at http://thelukewarmersway.wordpress.com/ and http://3000quads.com.
Shub Niggurath is bemoaning the lack of venues in which there can be conversations across the lines of the climate debate.
It's a long time since I've done a tip drive, so I think it's time to dust off the tip box again. It's over there in the right-hand column.
I'm off to Bristol this morning as I will be attending the Mann lecture this evening. I'm expecting little of the occasion, but it will be nice to meet Anthony beforehand.
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