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The Chihuahua of Doom

November 11, 2017 // 7 Comments

[Ed: This article continues where  “A Precautionary Principle”, published yesterday, left off, but can be read as a stand-alone article.] The difficulty for anyone who wants to point out that the climate king has no clothes is the sheer inertia of the narrative, the absolute power of [...]


November 10, 2017 // 8 Comments

Activities that present an uncertain potential for significant harm should be subject to the best technology available with requirements to minimise the risk of harm unless the proponent of the activity shows that they present no appreciable risk of harm – Wikipedia A recent UKIPD post had the [...]

News review – Thursday 20 October 2016

October 20, 2016 // 2 Comments

Brexit Guardian Theresa May is to warn her 27 fellow European Union leaders over a working dinner in Brussels that Britain’s decision to leave is irreversible and there can be no second referendum. Thursday’s meeting of the European council will be the prime minister’s first opportunity to [...]

The environment, from a layman’s point of view

January 2, 2016 // 5 Comments

We constantly hear figures being bandied about by both sides of the environment argument, telling us either that the world is going to end in a matter of decades or that nothing much is wrong.  What is the environmentally uneducated man-in-the-street supposed to make of all this? Carbon dioxide [...]

The problem with plastic bags

October 8, 2015 // 3 Comments

So, is the 5p tax the Government has just slapped on plastic shopping bags the right way to go about “saving the environment”? Or with a little more thought, could they have avoided the law of unintended consequences? It’s true that over 7 billion bags are apparently handed out [...]

Why There is Global Warming

April 6, 2015 // 0 Comments

  People in the USA, are being told by the U.S. government and media that global warming is man-made.  If that is true, how can the government and media explain the high temperatures the earth has experienced in past years when there were far fewer people?  Let us look back in the [...]

The Climate Change Scare

December 25, 2014 // 1 Comment

I make no apology for re-issuing a slightly edited version of this paper that was written on 9th December 2013 and published on UKIP Daily earlier this year.  It is a message that needs to be told over and over again in response to the incessant media message from the global warming proponents. [...]

Wind Farm Folly

October 23, 2014 // 1 Comment

Today, Wednesday 22nd October, 2014 the renewables lobby was proudly stating that generation from the thousands of onshore and offshore wind turbines producing more electricity than all our nuclear stations. That might have something to do with the aftermath of hurricane Gonzales and the high winds [...]

How you are paying for carbon offsets that do not really exist

June 4, 2014 // 3 Comments

One of the central concepts behind carbon emissions trading, something that I was involved in for around seven years, is that an emissions saving anywhere in the world is equally valid. By this I mean if emission levels can decrease from a project or effort in China it has the same environmental [...]

CO2 and Climate Change – The Facts

January 19, 2014 // 7 Comments

Lets get straight to the point!  There is NO link between CO2 and Climate Change! What started as a claimed link between CO2 and Global Warming with the now infamous Hockey Stick has been morphed into Climate Change.  This allows the environmentalists to claim that any and every unusual weather [...]
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