Science, Technology & Environment

Climategate: there may be more errors in the UN glacier report

The case for man-made climate change continues to crumble before our eyes. The head of the UN climate change panel (the IPCC), Dr Fajendra Pachouri has admitted there may be further errors in the now infamous ‘glacier report’. The report which, published in 2007, won the Nobel Peace Prize.

Solar panels and wind turbines are just eco-bling for houses

Professor Doug King of the University of Bath has poured cold water on claims that solar panels and small wind turbines placed on peoples’ houses will reduce the UK’s carbon emissions. In the report, “Engineering a low-carbon built environment – the discipline of building engineering physics”, by the Royal Academy of Engineering

More misleading climate change data

When you consider how much tax is taken from the UK (and other) population(s) in the name of climate change you suddenly realise what a vested interest the government(s) have in keeping the climate change conveyor belt going.

Global warming to pause, but not the climate change claims

According to a report in the Daily Telegraph there are a few scientists who believe that global warming is set to ‘pause’ over the two or three decades. This will be a result, according to them, of the cyclical changes that occur in ocean currents.

Professor Mojib Latif of Germany’s Kiel University Leibniz Institute believes these ocean current cycles

Snow falls, the UK panics and shuts down. Why?

As the usual panic sets it because we have a few inches of snow, it is symptomatic of how the welfare state has enfeebled the country. Somebody must be found to take responsibility for this thing called ‘Winter’.

It started last night. The old were told not to panic over heating their homes because the Government are going to give them a couple of extra quid, so that’s a relief.

Water found on the moon

Real space exploration by humans just took another step forward with the discovery of water on the moon. Not only would this allow a proper outstation to be established on the Earth’s only satellite, it could also provide the fuel needed once split into its component parts of hydrogen and oxygen. Water has always been the problem for space travellers. It takes a huge amount of energy and costs tens of thousands of dollars just to take a few litres of the precious stuff into space.