Clive Best

  • COVID Adventures
    by Clive Best on 9 oktober 2021 at 02:13

    On 30th August I tested positive for COVID. I had a runny nose plus slight cough for a couple of days and generally felt tired. My wife Anna had already experienced similar symptoms 10 days earlier […]


Joanne Nova

  • Indonesia cut Covid by 98% with Ivermectin while...
    by Jo Nova on 21 oktober 2021 at 18:35

    h/t To David Archibald When we last looked at Indonesia their massive wave in Covid cases had just peaked after ivermectin was approved again on July 15th. Since then the cases have dropped from […]

Climate Scepticism

Energy Matters

  • Drone Strike on Saudi Arabia Knocks out 5% of...
    by Euan Mearns on 17 september 2019 at 20:46

    On Saturday 14 September the Abqaiq oil processing facilities in Saudi Arabia were hit by an air borne attack assumed to be a drone. Abqaiq lies to the NE of Ghawar, the world's largest oil field and […]

Jennifer Marohasy

  • Plain English Lost on the High Court of Australia
    by jennifer on 13 oktober 2021 at 13:33

    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 […]

Living on the Real World

Ron Clutz

  • September 2021 Ocean Temps Return to Mean
    by Ron Clutz on 21 oktober 2021 at 14:18

    The best context for understanding decadal temperature changes comes from the world’s sea surface temperatures (SST), for several reasons: The ocean covers 71% of the globe and drives average […]

Warwick Hughes

Climate Resistance

  • Is there a plan?
    by admin on 13 september 2021 at 19:26

    Podcasters Alex McCarron (Escape from Lockdown) and Paul Rodriguez (State of the Markets) have a debate on the ideas in currency about whether all things Covid (and more) are the fruits of a […]

David Appell

  • On Climate Terrorism
    by David Appell on 21 oktober 2021 at 19:23

    "It is strange and striking that climate change activists have not committed any acts of terrorism. After all, terrorism is for the individual by far the modern world’s most effective form of […]


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And Then There’s Physics

  • Science communication
    by ...and Then There's Physics on 12 oktober 2021 at 17:43

    I listened to one of Andy Revkin’s Twitter broadcasts with Randy Olson which discussed if science communication was worse now than it was 100 years ago. I’ve actually read most of Randy Olson’s […]

Water Techbyrie

Hockey Schtick

Our Changing Climate

  • Misinformation in Planet of the Humans
    by Bart Verheggen on 30 april 2020 at 21:55

    Jeff Gibbs’ new documentary, Planet of the Humans, is raising a lot of hackles. Strangely enough, the documentary appeals to pseudo-skeptics as well as anti-capitalists and neo-Malthusians, but of […]