• Proposed U.N. Test Ban on Gene Drives Is Idiotic

    • Date: 20/11/18
    • Ronald Bailey, Reason

    The good news is that anti-technology activists are unlikely to succeed in imposing a global moratorium. A draft resolution would revise the U.N. Convention on Biological Diversity to call on governments to “refrain from” releasing organisms containing engineered gene drives, according to the MIT Technology Review. A gene drive is a technology that can rapidly propagate a particular set of genes throughout […]

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  • Macron’s Climate Waterloo

    • Date: 17/11/18
    • Geoff Chambers, Climate Scepticism

    The French are revolting. So what? Aren’t they always? Somewhere between a half a million and a million came out on the streets to demonstrate against Macron’s last reform, and the one before that, and the one before that. But that was the unions and the left wing parties, so no-one took any notice. This […]

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  • Top Climate Scientist: “Reprieve Extended 10 Years – Climate Models Were Too Sensitive”

    • Date: 11/11/18
    • P Gosselin, No Tricks Zone

    Germany’s top climate scientist Jochem Marotzke admids: climate models were too sensitive On October 5, 2018, German national weekly Spiegel presented a noteworthy interview with Germany’s top climate modeler, Jochem Marotzke, director of the Max Planck Institute for Meteorology in Hamburg. Top German climate modeler, Jochem Marotzke, Director of the Hamburg-based Max Planck Institute for Meteorology. Image: Max […]

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  • EU Climate Policy ‘In Crisis’ Says GWPF Director In Yomiuri Shimbun Interview

    • Date: 06/11/18
    • P Gosselin, No Tricks Zone

    Benny Peiser, Director of the London-based Global Warming Policy Foundation, appeared in the Japanese Yomiuri Shimbun, the world’s leading daily in terms of circulation. Image: Yomiuri Shimbun Dr. Peiser gave a lecture at the Cannon Institute for Global Studiesin Tokyo on October 1st and this was the basis for the Yomiuri Shimbun feature article. Little dissent in Japan Traditionally the Japanese […]

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  • David Attenborough: Too Much Alarmism On Environment A Turn-Off

    • Date: 05/11/18
    • James Delingpole, Breitbart

    Sir David Attenborough has decided to ditch the finger-wagging and the doom-mongering from his next wildlife TV documentary series, Dynasties. Viewers, he has finally realised, find it a turn off. Attenborough, 92, told the Observer (sister newspaper of the Guardian): “We do have a problem. Every time the bell rings, every time that image [of a threatened animal] comes […]

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  • 100 Percent Renewables—Poor Policy for Ratepayers

    • Date: 01/11/18
    • Steve Goreham, MasterResource

    Two states and more than 80 cities and counties have now announced a goal of receiving 100 percent of their electricity from renewable sources. Wind, solar, and biofuels are proposed to replace electricity from coal, natural gas, and nuclear power plants. But evidence is mounting that 100 percent renewables is poor policy for US households […]

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  • Climate Alarmists Split As Scientists & Experts Accuse IPCC Of Bias Against Nuclear Energy

    • Date: 27/10/18

    A group of roughly three dozen scientists and other energy experts are claiming a seminal United Nations report on climate change is biased against nuclear power. Why it matters: A global entity like the UN climate panel can have a big impact on the acceptance of nuclear power, as calls to address climate change intensify and […]

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  • Repeat Offender: BBC Misleading The Public Yet Again About Wind Energy

    • Date: 25/10/18
    • Paul Homewood, Not A Lot Of People Know That

    Another highly misleading BBC report: Green Party MP Caroline Lucas has said that energy generated from onshore wind is cheaper than other forms of renewable energy. What are the figures behind the claim? Renewable, or ‘green’ energy is generated from natural resources like the sun, wind and water, so they are restored and never run […]

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