Category Archives: climate

Fusion power

Back in the tail end of the 80’s – so, we are talking 30+ years now – I was part of a group visiting the Joint European Torus (JET) facility near Oxford, where the largest tokamak ever built resides. It’s … Continue reading

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GMO crops against climate change

I recently had a discussion flare up after 5 years on this blog, with a commenter rehashing his ideas about GMO, Monsanto and nuclear power. It quickly degenerated with baseless claims being tossed around and having spent too much time … Continue reading

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There’s no Mad Max scenario

With the ongoing 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26) I think it’s worth noting that in none of the IPCC scenarios or projections is there anything like a Mad Max scenario. In fact, the scientists are really talking about … Continue reading

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Learned helplessness

I a video by Anton Petrov regarding climate change, he said: […] one of the major issues i have with the governments and I guess a lot of scientific communities communicating the issue of CO₂ release right now, is that it … Continue reading

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The recovery of the Great Barrier Reef

Did you know that the Great Barrier Reef in Australia has recovered? Background: From 2016-2020, the mainstream media expressed extreme concern about the fate of the Great Barrier Reef–a huge, beautiful underwater landscape, formed by corals and brimming with life–portraying … Continue reading

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Energy and security

This is strictly a commercial project, nothing political in it” — every German official for 10 years. “The supply crisis would be resolved more quickly if bloc stopped treating Russia as ‘adversary’,” — Russian ambassador. — toomas hendrik ilves So, … Continue reading

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Reducing carbon footprint

Sometimes it’s like there’s an alternate dimension and you step in and out of it at random. We need to reduce our carbon footprint. If we are ever to stop the anthropogenic climate change, we need to get our net … Continue reading

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This is what straw-manning looks like

Bjørn Lomborg has for many years been portrayed as a so-called climate sceptic. It is a claim you can only honestly make if you rely entirely on other people calling him a climate sceptic and never, ever, read or hear … Continue reading

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And a few things more regarding the climate report

Yes, I should probably have made these points yesterday. Sorry, busy schedule. Today’s IPCC Working Group 1 report is a code red for humanity. The alarm bells are deafening, and the evidence is irrefutable: greenhouse‑gas emissions from fossil-fuel burning and … Continue reading

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A short note on the new climate report

It looks like big media is in a competition to make the most extreme headline based on the new IPCC report. Now, I haven’t had time to read it and probably wont for some time – I scanned the executive … Continue reading

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