Monday, October 07, 2013


- Bishop Hill blog - Ball or aerosol?
It's interesting to see scientists expressing high levels of uncertainty among themselves (albeit in a semi-public arena) but broadcasting great certainty to the public. It's a pity then that the Economist piece is helping this process along, with no sense of scientists continued difficulties with the subject.
Poetry please | The IPCC Report
A post last week at the blog of climate scientist Ellie Highwood revealed remarkable literary talent not just from Ellie herself but also from climate sceptic Mango Chutney. Perhaps there is a hitherto unexploited poetic propensity on both sides of the climate debate.

So please post your poems below
The New Nostradamus of the North: Sir Bob Geldof's message to the youth of the world: The human race may be extinct within 15 years
Sir Bob Geldof, founder of Live Aid, has addressed 8,000 delegates from 190 nations at the One Young World summit in Johannesburg. Here is Sir Bob's cheerful message to the youth of the world
- Bishop Hill blog - Lovers of the environment
This picture appeared on Twitter earlier today, and shows what appears to be the mess left behind by the Balcombe anti-fracking protestors. I'm told that these people are very concerned about the state of the environment.

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