WE know that General Circulation Models underpin the theory of anthropomorphic global warming, rely on supercomputers, are expense to run and mostly output nonsense . Earlier this year I sat in a seminar as a UK climate scientist acknowledged … [Read more...] about Same Information: Different Opinion. Part 2, The Tragic versus Utopian Vision of Climate Science
MIKE Haseler was once a candidate for the Scottish Green party. He has worked in the wind industry, has knowledge of precision temperature controllers and is a blogger. He is also interested in how: “The two sides in the climate debate look at … [Read more...] about Same Information: Different Opinion. Part 1, Attitudes to Natural Variation
“The thing about freedom is that its heights are limitless, and its lows are bottomless. Libertarians, I presume, look at that void and never consider that they will do anything but rise. And communalists, as the Research Institute dubbed the other … [Read more...] about Why Aren’t There More Female Libertarians?
In his review of the book 'The Undiscovered Self' by the psychiatrist and philosopher Carl Jung, Maxwell Cynn suggests that: "Dr. Jung noted that whenever individuals are pressed into a group an averaging effect occurs and part of the individual … [Read more...] about Against Collective Integration: Carl Jung
'IN open societies where both scientists and the general public are equipped with critical skills and the tools of inquiry, not least enabled by the information revolution provided through the Internet, the ethos of science as open, questioning, … [Read more...] about Consensus and Controversy: The Debate on Man-Made Global Warming
MODERN history suggests that democracy aligns, and progresses, with the expansion of civil liberties, including access by ordinary citizens to government information. But the new media reform bills tabled in [Australian] federal Parliament last week … [Read more...] about Media Rules Prohibit Dissent