Monday, July 16, 2018

Japanese Rains Kill Multiples Of Death Toll From Fukushima’s Bananas Radiation

There have been significant, severe, rains in Japan. Scores have lost their lives and some 2 million are being told to move, evacuate. All...

Saving 17,000 Paper Coffee Cups Costs £250,000 Pounds – Bargain, Eh?

A delightful little example of the flat out idiocy of parts of the environmental movement here. Varied gussets are getting twisted in the war...

Orangutans And Humans Have Been Cohabiting For 70,000 Years So Far...

An interesting point being made over on the scientific side. One that makes obvious sense once it's, erm, made. That orangutans have been coexisting...

Expect Greenpeace To Oppose Mandatory GMO Labelling Now

Varied of the environmental organisations have been shouting very loudly that genetically modified organisms must be banned. They've largely succeeded in the European Union...

The UN’s Erik Solheim Is Wrong – We Do Have Infinite...

One of the current passing fashions that mystifies is this demonisation of plastics. It's simply very difficult to understand how people arrive at the...

Flying Scotsman – A Steam Train – Sets Off Fire Alarm...

I think this is just delightful - but also rather informative about how things have changed for the better over the decades. The Flying...

Don’t Set Carbon Targets, Nor Pick Technologies, You Idiots. Set A...

The British government is trying to decide how to force us all into electric cars. That's the wrong decision to be making anyway, we...

Cute Statistic – So Remote The Closest Humans Are On The...

The Guardian tells us of Point Nemo, a place so remote that often enough the closest human beings are those on the International Space...

CFC-11 Ozone-Eating Rise Shows Our Planning Problem With Climate Change 2

Someone, somewhere, is making more CFC-11 than they should be - this illustrates neatly one of our major problems with climate change. Yes, it's...

Amazingly, Every Claim Here About The World Is Wrong

The Guardian treats us to a bit of worry waving from one of its Australian journalists. The world's going to hell in a handbasket...