I wonder how many of the approximately 30,000 ‘special’ people who are on their way to Glasgow for COP26 know that 78 per cent of the atmosphere is made-up of nitrogen. I asked this question of a group of retired professionals just yesterday and … [Read more...] about Do Glaswegians Mostly Breathe Nitrogen?
Archives for October 2021
Facts often need context, but in the case of world-wide polar bear numbers it is straight forward: since bans on hunting were introduced in the 1970s numbers have increased from about 10,000 in the late 1960s to an official estimate of 26,000 in … [Read more...] about Unable to See the Polar Bears for the Snow
For those of you who want a blow-by-blow, day-by-day, account of what transpires at Glasgow the Institute of Public Affairs will be providing commentary via my dear friend and colleague Professor Aynsley Kellow. An email just went out today to … [Read more...] about Subscribe Against Net Zero with Aynsley Kellow
I’ve just put a pen through the name of the doctor who prescribed the triple therapy (Ivermectin, Zinc and Zithromax) for me back in September, as either a prophylaxis or cure for Covid. That same doctor gave me the AstraZeneca vaccine. They are … [Read more...] about Ivermectin Banned, Leunig Sacked: No Opportunity for Dissent When it Comes to Covid
Coral reefs can be messy, and so can court cases. And so it is with the case of Peter Ridd, sacked by James Cook University because he exercised his intellectual freedom. The only thing that is neatly settled from this case is apparently ‘the … [Read more...] about Plain English Lost on the High Court of Australia