Norwegian and Icelandic media have reported that Iceland is hoping to export whale meat to Japan in the 2008 whaling season. We have also heard that the world famous whaler, Kristjan Loftsson, has also expressed hopes to export his Fin whales to … [Read more...] about Whaling in the North: Update Part II from Ann Novek
Archives for July 2007
One of the striking experiences about being involved in public debate in Oz is how people who have put up their head to disagree with progressivist orthodoxy have common experiences which function as something of a bond even if they disagree about … [Read more...] about Playing the “Corporate Money” Canard is Intellectual Thuggery: A Note from Lorenzo
"TOKYO - Tokyo Electric Power Co. shut down three major generators at the world's biggest nuclear power plant after a powerful earthquake in Japan on Monday caused a brief fire in one of the units, company officials said. "TEPCO, Asia's biggest … [Read more...] about Earthquake Results in Nuclear Shutdown
Jim wrote "It is interesting to note the tents in the pro-AGW camp .... Margaret Thatcher, Enron, big insurance, creationists, religious fundamentalists, financial markets, Greens, Rio Tinto, social democrats, Scientologists, Rupert Murdoch … [Read more...] about There are Global Warming Believers and Then There are …
"God created the world and appointed people as its guardians, telling them to make it fruitful," said Cardinal Poupard from the Vatican. "When man forgets that he is the servant of the earth and becomes its master, the earth itself seems to rebel … [Read more...] about Vatican Goes Carbon-Neutral
Well, possibly a more interesting title than ‘Is the near surface temperature record robust?’ All of the above, plus more besides, can affect the readings at temperature stations. Anthony Watts has been collecting photographs of the USHCN climate … [Read more...] about White paint, asphalt, concrete, BBQ’s and air con units, plus some cherry picking.