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Yet Another ‘Worst Ever’ Hurricane

It’s official: every cyclone or hurricane these days is the worst, strongest, most powerful [insert hyperbolic untruth of your choice] EVER! Hurricane Irma has been no different. In the case of the Guardian – Irma has bizarrely been regarded as … Continue reading

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Turnbull’s Energy Economics

In The Australian yesterday came this story of Malcolm Turnbull giving Einstein (or whoever really came up with his insanity quote) the middle digit: Power firms told to cut prices The nation’s electricity industry chiefs will be hauled in by … Continue reading

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‘Progressive’ Policies Have Regressed Us Back to the 1950s

Alan Moran’s graph from yesterday (sourced via Michael Crawford) deserves another look: This graph perfectly illustrates what happens when governments diddle around in energy markets and increase subsidies to wind and solar energy in the name of ‘climate action’. In … Continue reading

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All I Want for Christmas is a Climate Refugee

If all you did was read sites like news.com.au, you would really think that the world is about to be overcome with ‘climate refugees’: RISING sea levels are already forcing one American town to relocate, with warnings that many others … Continue reading

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Extreme Cyclone Carbon Theory Refuses to Die

Given the rarity of cyclones these days, a Category 4 system was all it took for Climate Church Junior Wizard, Adam Bandt, to come rushing out with this hyperbolic untruth: “Building a new coal fired power station now is like knowing cigarettes cause … Continue reading

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Cutting to the Bone? Government budgetary spending on climate change

Among Martin Parkinson’s most inglorious forecasts as Treasury Secretary was that there was a global movement towards carbon taxes and other such measures that would rapidly lower carbon emissions.  Only the EU is now following such practices and its measures … Continue reading

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