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  • Cartoons by Josh Calendar 2018 Fri, 3 Nov 17, 4:45am
    The best way to remember how entertaining (or horrifying) climate science, energy policy etc, has been in 2017 is to buy a Cartoons by Josh Calendar 2018...
  • Guest post by David Middleton Featured image borrowed from here. Nearly every catastrophic global warming doomsday scenario, particularity those involving icecap failures and Noah-size sea level rises are based on the “RCP...
  • Wednesday wit – Exit Stage Left Wed, 17 Feb 16, 8:21pm
    Josh writes: BishopHill has this story – Republicans in the US House of Representatives are currently trying to get a grip on one small part of the Washington bureaucracy by trying to get the National Science Foundation...
  • Add it to the list. No really. I checked the date. It isn’t April 1st. The effect of climate change on chickens is just so… yesterday. You have to ask the question: if these scientists were actually trying to damage...
  • Friday funnies – a cartoon week Sat, 6 Feb 16, 1:22am
    Josh writes: it’s been a fun week. First, there was a survey of 17 countries showing the British rank 15th in their concern over climate change. H/t GWPF   Then we had George Monbiot of the UK Guardian wrongly...
  • Friday funny – Probable cause Fri, 22 Jan 16, 9:42pm
    Josh writes: Where does one start with a topic like “The Hottest Year Evah”? Probably with a climate expert – happily we have one right here (as well as here, of course)...
  • Monday mirth – Old Reliable Tue, 19 Jan 16, 1:00am
    Josh writes: As visitors here know there’s a video titled “How reliable are satellite temperatures?” with the usual suspects giving their expert opinions...
  • Josh writes: Prince Charles famously talks to his plants – nothing wrong with that, of course. BishopHill suggested a cartoon where we listen in to what he might be saying (H/t Climate Expert James Delingpole). Let’s...
  • Josh writes:  In the news today (The Sunday Times “BBC pulls plug on Met Office”) we learn that the BBC is not going to renew the Met Office’s contract to provide weather forecasts...
  • I am seriously not making this up. There is an organisation called the Rights of Nature Tribunal, in which a ‘Prosecutor for the Earth’ will bring cases against governments and businesses where there have been breaches...
  • You’ve got mail! Thu, 17 Jul 14, 7:53pm
    Usually I just ignore this kind of crap, but hey, it’s a very good day today, so for your entertainment I will share this email received earlier today: Are you serious? The debate on climate science is so far into the...
  • The inanity of the Left Sun, 25 May 14, 1:00pm
    Sometimes one is just staggered by the inanity of the Left, witness the outrage at Tony Abbott’s wink in a radio studio.
  • I am delighted that Clive James is back writing TV reviews for the UK Telegraph. When I was a teenager, I devoured his volumes of reviews from The Observer, which made me roar with laughter. It didn’t matter if you...
  • Paraphrasing Andrew S Tanenbaum, the nice thing about warmist excuses is that you have so many to choose from. The science is so settled that ‘the Cause’ has at least seven different explanations for ‘the...
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